Ahhh, some light is shed. Its remarkable how what I think of Ryan's little
declaration is not what it was meant to say, oh well...
> As for TFM, we
> are yet to hear anything negative from anybody who has bought one. It is
> still useful and will be as long as there are 1st years. Besides, if you
> don't want the book you can join for just $7, which also gets you an
> account on the ProgSoc machine.
You should realise that I whole-heartedly agree with the concept of TFM, and I
think that the persons involved in its creation have done a splendid job. I
only said that not much had been with members funds so far that members can see.
>What else do you want? We are yet to do
> a BBQ, but if you really want one...
I didn't say I wanted a rotten barbeque, it was only a sample entertainment
device. I don't think a barbeque is compatible with the spirit of progsoc.
> > So Ryan thinks the drivel,(oops), discussion that constitutes progsoc mail is
> > worth keeping for all eternity. What a strange interpretation of archiving.
> No, he thinks the things people are volunteering for and the suggestions
> they are making should be saved so they don't just disappear into the
> ether along with the ill-informed criticism that gets posted.
You mean you don' trust the kindly souls (or their memories) who offer their