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Old 09-25-2010, 05:20 AM   #15
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We take chances in life, no matter what we do. It is difficult to imagine some one trying to sue all the members of a loose organization spread across many states and multiple countries. It is a risk I am willing to accept. I am not a lawyer, but do live next door to one.
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Old 09-25-2010, 09:25 AM   #16
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I would like to change my number to US-1... Could that be my number?
I know there is no restrictions on what number we can get for TAC, however I though the "US" designation was thought of for those in the military that have no "home" state. I know there are no rules etc..... BUT, that doesn't mean there shouldn't be respect. I know I am sounding like some old, narrow minded individual who should probably find a more regimented type club.....

But I am not, I really like the idea of just getting together a the drop of a hat. I understand how difficult it is dealing with all these diverse personalities in a large group. I don't think we need mission statements, incorporation, lawyers and other stuff.

I like the idea of no rules..... But I also like the idea of setting aside a designation, for those who want it, who because of there service to our country, have no real home, or state and get moved with little notice 6-12 times (or more) in a twenty year period.

I know I am sounding like some other club trying to reserve special numbers for a special group... And I am having a internal debate about that. But most of these folks never own a house during there time of service. Just moving from one state to another. Occasionally moving over seas. Just a Rob used his to live in while he was recalled to active duty in another state so he wouldn't have to up root his family. Fully timing out of necessity, not desire. There is a difference.

Okay, I am done. I just thought I would bring the point up. I don't want to start any battles, or hard feelings or other stuff, we are members after all to have fun with out all the rules hanging over us..... I would also prefer to have this type of discussion over coffee and breakfast than online. Or better yet adult beverages and burgers, but it is still a little early for that (I am not opposed to drinking before 5 o'clock, but try not to eat burgers before 11am )

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Old 09-25-2010, 02:51 PM   #17
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I know there is no restrictions on what number we can get for TAC, however I though the "US" designation was thought of for those in the military that have no "home" state.
I'm not sure where you heard of this "rule"? First I have heard of it. AFAIK, everybody is free to have whatever TAC number they wish to have... no numbers are "reserved" for any particular person or class of people.
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Old 09-25-2010, 03:59 PM   #18
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WXBOUY, I actually asked for USA-1 in a private email to Rob. I was looking at US as USA not US ARMY. Funny thing about US... When I was 3 my Father came home from from flying helicopters in Vietnam. I lived in 14 states and a foreign country during my 20 years as a dependent of a carrier military man. I know exactly what you mean about not having a permanent home.
So US is great for US Army designation if someone wants it to be. I think that is a real fine thing. USA-1 is my number because being a military brat gave me serious itchy foot. I want the whole country to be my home.
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Old 09-25-2010, 07:37 PM   #19
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My mistake! I thought in some thread somewhere rob had said something about doing the us thing for members of the military......

Well back to my glass of cabernet and not posting rule! Seems the only time I get up the gumption to open my mouth, I end up with my foot in it!
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Old 09-25-2010, 07:58 PM   #20
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Don't know if this will work since I am using an iPad... But I knew I read that somewhere. Post 78 in new club TAC thread. It wasn't Rob who posted it, it was someone who posted a conversation they had with Rob about military members being known as US # Like the full timers since they are basically vagabonds. So I was wrong in the fact that it was reserved for military, but it was used to "designate" full timers and military.

Okay, back to the important stuff like drinking!

And I still want to do coffee and breakfast sausage!
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Old 09-25-2010, 08:14 PM   #21
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Sweet , Can I change my number from MN-3 to Mn-69
Dare I ask why you want to be "69" instead of "3"?

You can plead the 5th, I think I get the reason.
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Old 09-26-2010, 07:33 PM   #22
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I really dont understand Why those two people want OUT. The one individual from ohio has never even attended at TAC gathering,so how can he judge whether he wants to be with us or not.
Im JUST NOT UNDERSTANDING
O WELL Im old I guess
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Old 09-26-2010, 07:45 PM   #23
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Rodger, Some of this has to do with the elephant in the room called club organization. Some, like yourself, want zero organization and others want incorporation and liability insurance. It is very difficult to find a middle ground where everyone is happy. Hopefully we will find a way to make the majority happy.

Are you going to PennWood this weekend? Hope to finally meet face to face, we have been trying for years now.
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NO Sorry Frank
We cannot go to Pennwood. Because of some pretty large bills that have reared their ugly head and of course have to be paid. So pleasure trips are out the the question. Fixed income is a pain in da butt sometimes. I think we are done for the yr. We have had a bad yr with only being able to go out 3 times.
Hope to see ya next yr.
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Old 10-02-2010, 10:32 AM   #25
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Hi Roger and Mary Lou,
We are sorry not to be able to see you again. Hope we can see you while we are at Wright Patt AFB this coming weekend.
Frank,
Great breakfast! It was nice to see you on duty in the "kitchen" again.
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Old 10-03-2010, 10:48 AM   #26
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Lou and Larry
Right now not looking good for next weekend either. Considering a crate for the boy but they are kinda pricey to get one big enough too fit him in. Takes and Extra Large ya know. He has grown some since ya see him.
Not ruling it out but its not lookin good now.
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Old 10-03-2010, 04:18 PM   #27
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what is the TAC membership in Georgia?
We have about 50-70 members in our free GA Airstream Campers club. Some are WBCCI also.
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Old 10-03-2010, 05:34 PM   #28
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what is the TAC membership in Georgia?
At present, I count 11 TAC members from GA.
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