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[ga-full] Re: [ga] GA Rules don't go far enough
On Wed, 16 Feb 2000, Joe Kelsey wrote:
> I never said anywhere that professionals were not allowed to be silly!
I understand now Joe. Your comments simply must be dismissed. One has to
be serious to accomplish any goals.
> > This is not a professional society. This is the last resort where people
> > come for some degree of representation - however rediculous it may be.
> Once again, you are putting your own goals in front of other people on
> this list. You are causing this list to become more ridiculous every
> day, but just because you have that goal does not make it the goal of
> the list.
This list is ridiculous without my assistance. My only contribution is to
expose the fraud here. And if that has caused laughter - then I certainly
take creidt in it.
> > This is an assembly of short sighted shame.
> This is not an assembly. It is a mailing list.
This is the General Assembly.
> > > By the way, if you do not believe that the DNSO is a professional
> > > society, then you have no business on this list.
> > This is not a professional society. once again - reference the bylaws.
> Please provide specific references to what part of the bylaws
> specifically states that this is *not* a professional society. I do not
> believe that you can provide facts since you have yet to cite a single
> verifiable fact in any posting you have ever made.
Legality by exclusion - how novel - the ol "not" argument. Why don't you
show me where it say's it is a professional association - and while your
at it - do we get any degrees if we graduate - or certification at the end
of our term here.
Have a good time Joe.
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