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Re: Convention

At 10:08 AM 6/29/99 -0400, you wrote:
>indianabob wrote:
>> to do that u need a by-law change, 2/3 votes at an annual meeting.   write
>> and propose lets see what the members want  indianabob
>I think it's very likely that this will happen.  The only problem is that
>the people who attend the convention and already have the opportunity to vote
>will be allowed to determine if they want to let the rest of us have a
say.  I
>would bet that if the issue were decided by the entire membership it would be
>changed in a minute.  What is it that you feel makes the people at the
>convention more qualified to make these decisions than the membership at
>Would you feel the same way if they told you that you couldn't vote based on
>where you happened to be on a certain day?  Can anyone who does not attend
>conventions find a justification for the present system, or is it just the
>attendees who like it the way it is?
>To sign-off this list, send email to majordomo@mallorn.com with the
>i wasnt there when the by-laws were accepted, but, being the by-laws we
have to abide by them.  I think we need some change, what im not sure,  too
complicated for me, I dont have enought time to spend on my place and
hybridizing. Indianabob

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