No more gear
- We've lost way too much gear lately. If you've taken gear and not
reported on it, it's stealing it. There will not be any new gear calls
until we clear this up. This sort of thing threatens the life of BGT.
Moderators and Monitors, let's see what you can come up with. It may
come to publishing the personal information of the unreporting people to
see if someone can drop in on them and help them get their reports done
or pick up the gear.
The two OR requirement cured this the last time. The only thing I can
think of beyond that is to start requiring a deposit, returned upon our
acceptance of your final report. I hope it doesn't come to that but, if
it does, it just does.
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- We call the people who come to your door to sell you
something "solicitors", prostitutes are called, hookers, and I'm a
lady so I can't repeat what I've heard lawerys called! :)
Jamie in AZ
--- In BackpackGearTest@yahoogroups.com, "Michael Wheiler"
> Oh sure, pick on the lawyers again! Just remember, we have formerclients
> who can find out where you live!!! Actually, if I'm not mistaken,I think
> the term "solicitor" came over to this country from the legalsystem in
> England where they have solicitors and barristers (no connection tothat
> other age old profession).joke, "Lawyers,
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Shane" <shane@t...>
> To: <BackpackGearTest@yahoogroups.com>
> Sent: Tuesday, June 03, 2003 7:29 AM
> Subject: RE: [BackpackGearTest] Re: No more gear
> > > BTW we call them solicitors down here :-)
> > Around these parts 'solicitors' is a fancy word for prostitutes.
> > Of course, that reminds me of the punch line of a common
> > hookers, what's the difference?"
> > Shane