59329Re: The Job Listing - for men only
- Oct 2, 2005interesting defense, but does this actually sound "respectful of
their talents and abilities" to YOU, shelley?:
"If that eliminates the fair sex, oh well. I won't apply for a
server's position at Hooters."
it's 2005, for crying out loud. women also work as teachers, cleaning
ladies, and prostitutes! get with the program, shelley.
--- In email@example.com, Shelley Herman <saherman@p...> wrote:
> > From: "judi" <crowj9@h...>
> > Date: Sun, 02 Oct 2005 05:36:41 -0000
> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Subject: [bbshop] Re: The Job Listing - for men only
> > You ARE kidding, right?
> > not at all concerned,
> > judi smith
> I have had personal and professional relationship with SAI and
> for over forty years. I respect the talents and abilities of those
> greatly. Their dedication to preserving four part harmony is
> some members of BHS, or so it often seems to me. My #2 all time
> quartet (after the Sidewinders) is a SAI gold medal quartet. My
> in a medalist chorus for many years, so I am very familiar with
> ladies can contribute to our hobby.
> However, For THIS SUBJECT ONLY, I am defining a Barbershopper as a
> I feel that in BHS, or any organization of this type, leadership
> held by active, participating members. Others, regardless of
> have the talent and ability, but they are not members of the
> with the dedication that a long time member has.
> We recently were party to a mistake made within our own
organization, and I
> have seen the same sort of mistake made in two other organizations
> to where "outsiders" were hired with similar results.
> The D of M & E should come from within the very talented ranks of
> as all of the previous ones have.
> Shelley Herman
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