LANGJ at mail.syntron.com
Tue Jul 18 08:55:05 PDT 1995
I feel compelled to take exception to the observation that the
delay in the TI suggests that the corporation (or any part of it)
The TI is one of the few remaining vestiges of the "good old
days," when the SCA was managed entirely by volunteer labor.
My first membership application was submitted in October of 1972.
It was finally processed in July of 1973 (there were may who
wondered how we got such rapid service). We wanted to join
earlier, but were not able to find any place to send money
(Stargate was founded and run for several months by people who
were not members of the SCA. We were told to contact the barony
in Houston for information).
The TI has been "delayed" before. You will get the four issues of
the TI that your membership has entitled you to receive. It might
take a little while, but they'll get there.
If, on the other hand, you are willing to pay another $20 per year
so that the Corporation can hire a full time staff, we would get
it out on time.
I remember the "good old days" well. I would not willingly go
back to them.
Jim Langley |
Senior Hardware Engineer | We promise prompt service. . . .
Syntron Product Development | No matter how long it takes!
Syntron Inc. |
langj at mail.syntron.com |
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