[s-cars] Scott J's no-nonsense with the RMC -- II
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Fri Feb 13 10:59:44 PST 2009
Well put Peter... Me, I'm a document and stats guy. Excluding private
posts, Scar list posts and BMW forums, it would appear our busy dentist, has
quite a record well documenting he *is busy* ... Posting!. Over 50 posts on
Audiworld since the day after the absencia Eventmaster missed his own Event on
Jan 11. Since our fair dentist joined Audiworld in Sept 2000, he has
averaged over 1 post *every single day* since!
For this year, add in self proclaimed 4 day trip to ski end of January, and
another coming up at the end of this month, it sure appears there is plenty
of 'down' time to contemplate these issues, or certainly make good on Peter
Coulter's offer to 'talk' over beers. Wyte's 2+ posts a day average for the
last month, and the questions are clear and unanswered.
Mr. Wyte, your statement below isn't supported by your actions, and there is
no time-line or firm commitment to it. "...The BOD is talking about sitting
down with all the members.." Better idea, try responding to the simple and
larger questions first, then, if you feel the need to talk to the members you
won't be caught up in the "I'll get back to you" issues requiring
documentation. Then pick a date and a time and place, and announce it well in advance,
so your members *can* sit down with you and the Board. Just your needing to
return the HPRaceway funds per ACNA National Board Directive is enough to
demand a membership/Board meeting - as that appears to be a violation of ACNA
Bylaw 12.4 - Grounds for Revocation of Chapter. Since you are on the RMC BOD,
maybe you can explain why a Secretary of State search in Colorado shows no
Audi Car Club North America Rocky Mountain Chapter, Inc..... Per the first
page of your Chapter bylaws, that's the DBA of the Chapter!?
Lets not forget you made a public offer on AW, and Peter Coulter accepted.
Your public offer
Peter Coulters first acceptance of that offer
His reminder more simply put?
I might suggest you make the time, or take the time before you take your
'next' ski trip. I give everyone the benefit they are 'busy', in your case,
claiming it vs your post count, vacation schedule and recent timing on
Audiworld, doesn't pass muster.
This is your fire, don't spread oil on it, stand up and face the questions.
Making National do it on your
behalf, is not avoiding the "appearances of impropriety". You and the RMC
Board need to address these issues immediately, and on behalf of the chapter
members you have been elected to represent!
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From: Peter Schulz <pcschulz at comcast.net>
To: docwyte at comcast.net
Cc: s-car-list at audifans.com
Fri, 13 Feb 2009 7:35 am
Subject: Re: [s-cars] Scott J's nonsense with the RMC
Glad to see that you have your priorities in order.
Perhaps time for reflection and to make the decision that you are
spread to thin to effectively represent your chapter?
" When I'm done taking care of my private practice, patients, family,
service to my country, and duties on the RMC board, I'll set a time
to talk with the membership"
This is an overarching issue with much of the ACNA - there seems to
be a general loss of the understanding that they are ELECTED and
REPRESENT the membership...
i.e. its not about YOU it's about THEM.
If you don't have time to represent the interests of your chapter, as
opposed to your own agenda, then DON'T.
I came to that conclusion two years ago myself and that's why I
didn't seek re election as a director in my ACNA chapter.
This type of continued activity at the chapter and national level is
exactly what prevents alot of very experienced, passionate, caring
(ACNA or the quattro club didn't keep me as a sustained Audi owner,.
the online communities did) people from joining the ACNA, is
undermining the overall club mission, and will ultimately be it's undoing.
and unlike your supporters on AW, I'll actually use my name in responding...
At 02:04 AM 2/13/2009 +0000, _docwyte at comcast.net_
(mailto:docwyte at comcast.net) wrote:
>It appears that since I've been ignoring Scott's jibes and assaults
>to my personal email account and AudiWorld that he has to come on
>this list to crow about his "success".
>Scott, I'm ignoring you on purpose. Your claims are baseless and
>don't demand my attention. I have better things to do with my time
>than waste it on you.
>Surprisingly, I do have a life outside of defending myself from your
>attacks. When I'm done taking care of my private practice, patients,
>family, service to my country, and duties on the RMC board, I'll set
>a time to talk with the membership. The RMC BoD has been talking
>about sitting down with all the members as we did last November to
>answer questions. Not to worry, RMC will come out rosy.
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