[sac-forum] Re: October Newsletter

  • From: "Stanley A. Gorodenski" <stan_gorodenski@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: sac-forum@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 22 Oct 2003 09:39:22 -0800

As I mentioned before, this had been discussed before and there is no 
need to go into it again, at least not at this moment. If I cannot get 
my newsletter in the traditional manner for the reasons I want one, then 
I will join another club if I still have an interest in belonging to a 
local club. There are other clubs in the Valley. I already know of one 
individual who dropped out of SAC because that person hardly ever 
received their newsletter. Getting a newsletter in U.S. mail has been 
the traditional method of getting the newsletter to the member. One can 
argue, as you are doing, that it is too expensive, etc., but I do not 
think it is healthful for members to have a resentful attitude that 
their dues are subsidizing someone elses newsletter.

Jeff Hopkins wrote:

>>Since I am not computer challanged, your theory is wrong. I have certain
>>reasons for wanting a U.S. mail copy that I had discussed a year or two
>>on one of the SAC lists. I will not go into these now. However, since
>>you would like everyone to download newsletters, I welcome you to buy me
>>paper of the same color used for the newsletters, buy me a printer that
>>does duplex printing, and come to my place and take your time to print
>>my own personal copy of the newsletter.
>Why not just read it on the computer. That's what I do. Why should my 
>dues subsidize your copy of the Newsletter?

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