[Northkeep] application rejected ??
ld.blackmoon at cox.net
Fri May 18 14:08:12 PDT 2007
marc , you do have a way with words ,and i have always liked your directness
but believe it or not there was no political , politicly correct ( i've
never been acused of being politicly correct )
or even politicly savy( again not anything i've been acused of . ) reason
for my posting to the list ,
i posted to the list because i know everyone involved is on the list ,
and there fore i only have to write one e-mail , not several .
forgive me for not realizing that the selection process was of a secret
nature , and thus to only be discussed in private .
be safe, be happy, have fun
----- Original Message -----
From: "Marc Carlson" <marccarlson20 at hotmail.com>
To: <northkeep at lists.ansteorra.org>
Sent: Friday, May 18, 2007 1:51 PM
Subject: Re: [Northkeep] application rejected ??
> >From: "ld.blackmoon" <ld.blackmoon at cox.net>
> >i see from the saga that there is still no baronial missile marshal ,
> >several months .
> >i placed an application for that position almost a month ago , with the
> >baron , seneshal, northern >regional . does this mean that my application
> >has been rejected ??
> I'm not any of the people to whom this question was directed, so, since
> is the Internet, I think I'll put in a response. Particularly since I
> absolutely zero about this particular selection.
> I think if you ask around, you will find that more than a month is not out
> of the question for a delay between an application being made and a
> being announced. Certainly it can be less time, but I'm sure it has a lot
> to do with ALL the people involved in the process having the time to have
> time to think about it.
> In any case, I'm not sure that, if it were me wondering, if I'd ask about
> publically, on the list -- since that *could* be construed as an attempt
> pressure a decision through appealing to peer pressure. This is not to
> suggest that you shouldn't have done it, I'm just saying I wouldn't have
> done it this way, and why. Me, I'd have asked them privately - unless I
> felt I really needed the pressure of the gallary - but then I can be an
> asshole (for instance, this message could have just as well been sent
> privately, but if I'd done so, I wouldn't have had the audience, and I do
> love an audience).
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