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Wednesday, September 07, 2005

Hurricane donations in the Writs!

So I guess now that I am not SBA I can critique? Actually I am dong it because this hurricane thing has just gotten to me and I think we can do more, more, more. Many of you USD peeps may have missed that the SBA is doing a drive for Katrina. In fact I missed it too, because they have chosen to couple it with the same table that they are selling t-shirts from and the flyer for the donations also contains the words t-shirt sale etc and is filled with so much damn writing that I have noticed peeps just pass over it and I even heard one SBA member state “I just passed it because there was so much writing”. I think this is something that we need to separate away from the t-shirt (flea market looking table) and allow peeps to come up to the table w/o feeling that at the same time they are making a donation they are being pressured to purchase a t-shirt.

By the way just because I posted here does not mean I will not directly mention it to an SBA member and try to get that resolved – I know Tiff reads this, so should I immediately forget to mention it to someone at least I know through this medium someone with authority will see this.

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