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Re: AIS: Membeship

Indeed a noble goal. However, the original point was new members who are
in for a year or three and then out. For some of the un-obsessive (you almost
need to have some obsession with a particular plant/plants to join an organization
focused on one plant) they dont have the warm fuzzy feeling yet. These are the
that broadening content is aimed at....they need some help getting that obsession
kick-started so they are willing to stick around to eventually cherish our
and work to build and maintain it. If they view it as a wallflower, it may get
pitched into
the compost heap.

John Bruce

Dorothy S said:
> It also entitles you to the satisfaction of knowing you are helping  support
> the organization that provides/enables everything you listed  in the first
> paragraph.

Anner replied:
> Innkeeper! Send a pint of your best to the redhead in the  corner!

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