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Annual Delegates Meeting, Expect Nothing and You'll Not FeelDisappointed.



 
 
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Old August 7th 03, 08:15 PM
Edward Bonaventure
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Default Annual Delegates Meeting, Expect Nothing and You'll Not FeelDisappointed.

On 2 Aug 2003 at 12:47:16 -0500, Bruce Draney scribbled:
-It's just about time for that annual exercise in futility and stu-
-pidity, the USCF Board of Delegates meetings ...
[snip, snip, snip]
-... There is also Fred Forever who feels that he paid his $50.00
-30 years ago and no one has the right to expect him to shore up
-an organization that he is a Life Member of.

Correction: 30 years ago life dues were $200, not $50.

The Consumer Price Index today is about four times what it was
in 1973, so making that commitment of $200 in 1973 dollars was
roughly like shelling out $800 in today's money.
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