On Thu, Mar 23, 2000 at 04:46:36PM +0000, Thomas Bridge wrote:
> Could people please remember that the current constitution was drawn up
> to provide a framework within which ILUG could act as a legal entity
> (specifically required by the feeling of some members that there should
> be some accountability for the money we inherited from the IUUG which is
> currently sitting in a bank account belonging to an individual is
> uncomfortable with the fact that the money is in his account).
This sentence made me smile. Couldn't help thinking of Father Ted's
immortal words: "Dougal, that money was just *resting* in my account."
Picture, if you will, Sysadmin Ted sent to a small island off the west
coast to tend a small flock of old computers, his only companions
Dougal the MCSE and Jack the very, very old sysadmin from the days
of punched cards who keeps shouting such slogans as "deck", "cards" and
Sorry, couldn't resist,
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