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John Posada wrote:
> Or, like me, I live on the New Jersey shore, over two hours from NYC, and
> I'm President of the NYMetro chapter. When we have a monthly meeting, I get
> home about midnight.
I don't want to blindside the conversation or anyone, but I saw that you
were posting about STC, so I dropped in to see if you were posting
another blurb about speakers and topics at STC/NYMetro, as I've noted on
the list from you, not recently, but in the past.
Not to get prickly, but you may have noticed that I have occasionally
said, on this list, words to the effect that I wish STC would fold up
their tents and steal silently into the night, for the good of the
At this point, if you're still reading, I just want to say that if some
(loosely) local STC group presented leading topics and speakers, such as
you've mentioned for your NYMetro group, even >I< would drive two hours
to attend, checkbook in hand when I reach for the meeting room door. The
last time I wrote STC a check must have been well over a decade ago.
I'd drive further than that if the group also stayed awake to monitor
and report on legislation and industry initiatives affecting us.
Regards to you for at least talking the kind of professional
organization I can appreciate.
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