Re: Ship Uniforms
Jack Durish (email@example.com)
Mon, 09 Jun 1997 19:59:01 -0700
Phipps, Victor wrote:
> >Wait, didn't we go through this exact same thread a couple of
> months >ago??
> >I recall that it ended in a stalemate (I think it was also
> instigated by
> >another City of Roses person).
> >If you want to take a survey, take a survey. But don't
> criticize the way
> >other ships work. We like our independance. :)
> To all,
> I was unaware of a past major discussion on this topic. The
> person that started the last debat was an officer of The City Of Roses.
> This one was started by the crew of The City Of Roses. Communication
> between the two is very slow in comming on past discussions on this net
> I will attempt not to allow my crew to be misinformed and start another
> discusion on a topic long since dead.
> As for the survey I appreciat the responses and thank everyone
> that has responded up to this time. As for criticizing other ships about
> there uniform policy I was unaware of such an attempt and amtrully sorry
> if I have afended anyone. I respect all your independence that is what
> makes ships diffrent and would not wish to intrude on that ground. I
> ment to make a broad statement on ship uniforms as to not criticize
> ships that don't wear the same uniform as my ship. I believe that each
> ships uniform is a sign of how that ship sees themselfs.
> Sorry for any disturbance that I may have coused some of you.
> SSS 601
> Boatswains' Mate
> Victor Phipps
Thanks for asking about uniforms. I was feeling lonely today and
delighted to find my mailbox full. Nothing stirs up so much sentiment as
a good old discussion about Sea Scout uniforms.
Later, dudes and dudettes
SSS 935 - Buccaneers