Putting foot in mouth
V. Allan Endel
endel at tarleton.edu
Thu Feb 27 14:47:20 PST 1997
At 12:47 PM 2/27/97 -0600, you wrote:
>I'm sorry, but I feel officers should have an USmail address posted, be
>it their home address, a volunteer's address or a PO Box. Official
>channels are still official channels. We have to communicate through
I totally agree. Have those with objections considered what they will do if the
guidelines (when they do come down) state that officers must have some form
of net-publishable address?
If on the other hand, you pack and run off in quiet,
>don't tell them what your doing and why, etc., they have cause to think
>you are up to no good.
Not that they won't find cause anyway if they want to, but this just makes
it easier for them.
>I'm sorry, but common sense isn't very common. Common sense tells me
>that if I am in fear for my life, not to publish my address/phone number
>*anywhere*, even in a limited circulation. Common sense tells me that
>officers of a group need to have their information published for people
>to contact them. Common sense tells me that growth within a group is
>good, and stagnation is bad.
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