Thursday, February 03, 2005

Bart Diaz on conspiracy

We are lucky indeed to have in our membership a man of such hawk-eyed vision and deep insight as Spies Knuckles.Without him we would have fallen prey to two diabolical conspiracies hatched by the SAMAA Management Committee.
The first of these was The Great New Constitution Scandal. Spies identified a loophole that would have given the committee unfettered access to the members' funds and perpetual seats on the committee. This loophole was so subtle that I was unable to find it even after a careful scrutiny of the document. However Spies saw it and blew the whistle. We shall be forever in his debt.
The second, even more sinister conspiracy, is The Sixty Megahertz Frequency Affair. Here, without notice and at the stroke of a pen, the committee has replaced sixteen spots on the 60MHz band with 52 on the 35MHz one. A fiendish blow against the importers and suppliers of the original 60 MHz equipment. What would we do without him?
Word on the grapevine is that Spies is so annoyed that he is planning a break-away group of flyers who will continue to operate on 60 MHz. Good luck to you Spies and all your kind.

Bart Diaz ( member 30108)

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