[SCA-AE] (no subject)
jbastian at stny.rr.com
Wed Feb 24 21:05:34 EST 2010
I am sorry that you feel undervalued. You do not, however, know the
complete scope of Renee's position. I do not know everything she does. I do
know that she was invaluable to me as Kingdom Seneschale, as I am sure she
is to the Society Seneschale and Board of Directors. I am getting extremely
tired of emails & posts in various locations besmirching her and her work.
Do you like the fact that you can sign your waiver online? Do you think it
is important for the BOD to have meetings that are open to the public and
available to the populace by rotating through the Kingdoms? I know that she
contributes in both of these issues - which if not important to you are
certainly important to me.
Baroness Margerite de la Marche
----- Original Message -----
From: "kathy kemmish" <ladykathrynmcluing at gmail.com>
To: <discussion at aethelmearc.org>
Sent: Wednesday, February 24, 2010 6:41 PM
Subject: Re: [SCA-AE] (no subject)
> As a (proud?) worker for the WV State Guberment, I have one thing to say
> about the workers at the Miltipas Office:
> Can I have her job?
> Because right now, I have a gross annual income of just over $20K for
> the job of a "Customer Service Representative". The job includes
> signing, making copies, and filing birth and death certificates, and
> answering phones and explaining why a birth/death certificate is not yet
> available. On top of that, there is the fun task of dealing Paternity
> cases, where Baby-mommy isn't married to Baby-daddy, and might actually be
> married to Not-Quite-Ex-Hubbie.
> So... why am I supposed to sympathize for someone with a Clerical
> who's making "only" $41K/year? Move the office to WV, and I'll GLADLY
> trade my job for that $41K.
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