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1528Re: Groups Transition Discussion

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  • David Roland
    Sep 18, 2007
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      Ian

      --- In Ayreton@yahoogroups.com, "auldefarte" <auldefarte@...> wrote:
      >
      > Apologies to the list:
      >
      > Wulf,
      >
      > Its really sad that I must respond to this, since I'm really
      getting
      > tired of having to defend or explain myself (and my very presence)
      to
      > you. In short: I'm back. Please find a way to get over it.
      >
      > I've already had a private e-mail exchange with with Merrill about
      > this, explaining that my comments on the Ayreton list were not
      meant
      > as a personal attack in any way, and received a pleasant response.
      > And had you read the actual posted comments, you'd see I also
      > indicated that I perceived no malice on Merrill's part in any way.
      >
      > Perhaps you might check with her before looking for fault where
      there
      > is none.
      >
      > -- Grimkirk
      >
      > --- In Ayreton@yahoogroups.com, "Tom Scrip" <tomscrip@> wrote:
      > >
      > > We all know that there are more people on the book's then show up
      > > for a TGS meeting. Most of them play with other groups in the
      area,
      > > Groups that have there own opinion about a Barony in this area
      and
      > > how it should be formed. IF they are putting in their two cents
      in
      > > the another group why do they have to put it in aging over here?
      (I
      > > know it's the Chicago way to vote early and offen)
      > >
      > > The suggestion that Nadezda is trying to hide a out come of a
      poll,
      > > vote, or a question brought forth to the group (or what ever you
      > > want to call it) When a simpel subtraction would tell you the
      > > answere (I may not know how to spell but I can count). Is a kin
      to
      > > questioning her honor. And besides me, I'm sure that there are a
      > > few our Brothers that would also stand to defend it.
      > >
      > > Aethelwulf of Dover
      >
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