Carolle M. Cox
hpockets at verizon.net
Fri Nov 11 14:39:35 PST 2005
Ouch. Mr. Crandall Fleam, sir, it does look like that, doesn't it?
Ah, well. When a volunteer is ordered to do something s/he has two choices.
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Subject: [Ansteorra-chirurgeon] comment
I read the letter(s) from the Ombudsman for the Churgeonate.
And I want to make sure I understand the background of that BOD member.
A Doctorate in Nursing? And specialized in obstectrics?
She also admits not to being involved with the Chirurgeonate. Does that mean
that she had not taken the training that we (as Chirurgeons) have taken? I
do not mean Basic First Aid, CPR, AED, O2, etc. I am sure that she is well
qualified in those. I mean RATT team, armour extraction, how to handle heat
prostration in a person dealing with hypothermia, during a tornado (just
ask), and the many other SCA specific items that we as Chirurgeons deal with
on a regular basis. And as not being involved, she has not gain personal
knowledge of how the Chirurgeonate works. It that how I read it? If I am
wrong, please correct my misunderstanding.
If I am correct, the letters also state that the changes are a given, and
not a suggestion. And we are being ordered to cooperate.
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