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Re: Need to join a Mountaineering Club, which?

Postby boleslav » Tue Feb 03, 2009 1:58 pm

are you pulling my leg or you really made such card yourself :)

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Re: Need to join a Mountaineering Club, which?

Postby Matt » Tue Feb 03, 2009 2:10 pm

boleslav wrote:are you pulling my leg or you really made such card yourself :)


It does say, "Member since 2000"
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Re: Need to join a Mountaineering Club, which?

Postby CO Native » Tue Feb 03, 2009 2:12 pm

No, I've never printed one. I use that company for other ID badges. It takes only a few minutes to put one together. Clearly I didn't put much effort into that one, and all I did was view the preview.
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Re: Need to join a Mountaineering Club, which?

Postby boleslav » Tue Feb 03, 2009 2:25 pm

one look at CoNative's profile tells he's a member since 2004, not 2000, therefore my question on pulling leg

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Re: Need to join a Mountaineering Club, which?

Postby CO Native » Tue Feb 03, 2009 2:30 pm

I don't actually know when I started, but it was before 2004. That date is when Bill started using PHPBB forum software instead of the old one.
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Re: Need to join a Mountaineering Club, which?

Postby boleslav » Sat Feb 14, 2009 9:52 am

found this one :
http://www.alaskanalpineclub.org/

just like their motto very much:

Club membership: You are a member if you say you are. We do not waste time or money
with organizational processes that serve only organizational processes and flatter organization
leaders. We represent individual responsibility and individual freedom from illogical government
restrictions designed to usurp individual responsibility and punish people for not kowtowing to the
pitiable sorts in government. We rag the government chaps who are so completely ignorant of the
human phenomenon that they perceive they somehow hold a brain design superior to other humans,
and think they must function as parents of other adults. Consider the The Club page to ascertain if
you wish to be an Alaskan Alpine Club member, anywhere in the world. We live free, have fun and
laugh a lot, best done by people who meet their responsibilities.

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