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Re: GSBN:Re: GSBN - purpose and function
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- Subject: Re: GSBN:Re: GSBN - purpose and function
- From: Athena & Bill Steen absteen@...
- Date: Wed, 20 Nov 2002 02:27:17 -0700
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On Wednesday, November 20, 2002, at 09:06 AM, Mark Piepkorn wrote:
So far, I don't think anybody really knows. There was a lot of
discussion about it at first, and there have been some ideas from time
to time that probably defined aspects-in-potential mostly, but nothing
that seemed to speak to its actual functional existence.
On the surface of things, it's just a low-volume list full of
SB brainiacs and activists (myself notwithstanding) from around the
world who don't always have much to say to their peers. More covertly,
it's a powerful framework that might be much-needed and very useful in
some future, unforeseen situation.
Meantime, do what you will fearlessly (like usual; something
that of us - well, me anyway - appreciate about you).
Which makes we ask, who has a list of the members? I never thought
about it much pretty much assuming that it was pretty broad, but when I
asked our recent visitor/guest Bob Bolles about something that had
appeared there, he informed me that he wasn't on it. Now, not that
bbbBob Bolles is my bosom buddy or anything, but I got to thinking that
here is a guy with a tremendous amount of SB experience who is
continually looking into innovative ideas and the like and it seems a
shame he isn't a participant. I know he's a Republican, but that
shouldn't matter too much. For that matter, George Bush even called me
the other day before the election. However, I would think there would
be plenty of others that might have been missed. And is a vote really
necessary to include new people? Seems a little exclusive or limited
Athena & Bill Steen
The Canelo Project
HC1 Box 324
Canelo/Elgin, AZ 85611