mark_harris at quickmail.sps.mot.com
Fri Jul 18 14:12:40 PDT 1997
>So, my question is, if the chiurgeon decided to keep some form of birth
>control in the box (and for my example, I'll say condoms), and this was
>a part of supplies used during a weekend, should the SCA be responsible
>for reimbursing that expense?
Within reason, I don't have a problem with this. But just as with band-aids
or first-aid cream, if the same person were to come ask for this item at
more than an occasional event, I would encourage them to buy their own
supply. I would rather my friends be safe but each individual has to
ultimately be responsible for themself.
And anyone taking advantage of the hospitality of the group must be
caring of the hospitality. Using the groups adhesive bandages to hold gear
together or using condoms provided by the group as balloons are both
reprehensible wastes of others money and hospitality.
Stefan li Rous
markh at risc.sps.mot.com
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