<VV> CORSA Problems

Jason Cesana jacesana1 at cox.net
Fri Apr 16 22:55:07 EDT 2010

OK folks this has gone on long enough with my mouth shut and I can't take it 
anymore.  We, the BOD, can't do everything. We (mostly Jamie) are at least 
trying to come up with ideas to keep YOUR club alive for the future. We have 
had little to no help from anyone outside the board. Except from people 
telling us how much we suck. I have asked in the past for positive ideas 
that we could implement to keep the ship afloat, and have had almost no 
responses. I don't want to go along with what Smitty just said but it is a 
sign at how aggravating the constant negatives can be. I don't want members 
to just go away but rather join in the effort to start a national membership 
drive. Bad mouthing everyone and everything about CORSA is not going to get 
people to join and it certainly is not a good first impression to new 
members to VV. We are all human and we make mistakes but sometimes it seems 
like everyone expects us to be robots and have no feelings and never make a 
judgment error. Just the opinion of one of those lousy Board of Directors.
Jason Cesana

From: "Smitty Smith" <vairologist at verizon.net>
Sent: Friday, April 16, 2010 10:36 PM
To: <virtualvairs at corvair.org>
Subject: <VV> CORSA Problems

> What is it with some of these people that they have to bad mouth CORSA. 
> They talk about how much better other clubs are.  They talk about how 
> abused they are by belonging and not getting any benefits.  They talk 
> about the board members and what a lousy job they are doing.  I'm not too 
> smart but I recognize the fact that constant negative bickering has an 
> eventual effect on people who might otherwise be content.  I have a 
> suggestion for the folks that are going to quit and the ones that will 
> never be satisfied with anything that is done.  QUIT.  Don't keep on 
> bellyaching and tearing away at what remains of the club.  It may not be 
> the best thing going but it is adequate for me and I get a lot of pleasure 
> traveling around and talking to like minded individuals and meeting new 
> ones.  And please when you decide to quit, just go away.  Far away. 
> Parting shots from small minded people are not an asset.  Finally if you 
> do quit, stay away.  If you don't want
> anything to do with me and my friends, have the courtesy to stay gone. 
> Don't come sucking back to VV pontificating on what you don't like about 
> CORSA.  Don't jack your jaws about what we should, would, or could do. 
> Nobody wants your opinion any more.  You are no longer a contributing 
> member of the organization so keep it buttoned.                  Smitty
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