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11 hours ago, pjag said:

What is the rule to handle a committee member who criticizes another member during a meeting?

 

9 hours ago, Hieu H. Huynh said:

See RONR 11th ed., p. 501, ll. 14-26.

You're confident pjag has a copy of the 11th edition of RONR?  :)

pjag, do you have a copy of it?

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5 minutes ago, Richard Brown said:

 

You're confident pjag has a copy of the 11th edition of RONR?  :)

pjag, do you have a copy of it?

Can't we assume that anyone posting in the Advanced Discussion Forum would at least have a copy of the book?  :)

 

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Just now, Daniel H. Honemann said:

Can't we assume that anyone posting in the Advanced Discussion Forum would at least have a copy of the book?  :)

 

Based on a lot of the questions I've seen posted here, many of which get moved to the general discussion forum, I would say that we should not be making such an assumption unless it is a regular poster. :wacko:

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On 8/23/2017 at 9:09 AM, Daniel H. Honemann said:

Can't we assume that anyone posting in the Advanced Discussion Forum would at least have a copy of the book?  :)

Yer such a pollyanna!

You think you know how to pronounce "pjag", just 'cause you spent part of the previous millennium (or however parliamentarians and other college graduates spelled it in the Millenium Edition * ) in Korea and got fluent in the language, huh?!??

(I'll help.  Listen, pjag:  Keepo' ingfa udu.

(That's Klingon for "Nine-year-old boy, take your bath now."  I figure to get to common ground with common sentiments.  It's why I voted for Donald Trump last November.)

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*No, George, I'm not gonna let it go, it's a running gag.  Or a funny-always, as Heinlein characterised the quality in "The Moon Is A Harsh Mistress," 1966; or maybe it's just my OCD.

 

Edited by Gary c Tesser
Inserted technically improper spaces around the asterisk, because in this sans-serif font it's easiy overlooked; and I advise the same to others. And we should encourage using the metric system, after all, we're parliamentarians (and aspiring parliament)

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