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Thursday, 11 June 2009
Some Assembly Required
Topic: Out of Flyover Land
There are few things that can send a chill down the back of a man,

A man who is a father and husband, that is,

As the sight of this dreaded phrase.

Some Assembly Required


In the Cartography of the Family Landscape

It is the indication of Tera Incognito

Quite similar to the areas on Ancient Maps inscribed with

"Here be Monsters"

It is the signal that you face a gauntlet, which if not traversed successfully will result in the wrathful glares of wives and mothers, the teary eyes of toddlers and

The knowledge that Daddy has RUINED Christmas or a Birthday, whichever the case may be.

But be of Good Cheer Fathers and Husbands, for there IS Hope.

There is a simple Binary, Two Step Program of Recovery, which will enable you to sail through those troubled waters and emerge on the other side victorious and the Family Hero, instead of the Family Villain

They are

1) READ the Directions!

  and what is more Important
2) FOLLOW the Directions!

These two Rules will carry you in good stead all the Days of your Life and in any Trials you may encounter.

The correct assembly of a County Central Committee has some characteristics in common with the ordeal of putting together the annual Christmas or Birthday gifts.

We started off with Central Committee 2007 it was to some extent complex, but not unduly.

It had a 4 part Executive Board much like the current model and a Central Committee Body composed of various and sundry Sub-Committees, a single Meeting Location and County Party Office.

Now Central Committee 209 Build A was much streamlined,

It had the same 4 part Executive Board, but an attempt was made to run that as a Stand Alone system.  The single Meeting Location was replaced by a menu of options and the County Party Office was eliminated for the sake of steam lining.

There were some problem that arose.  The isolated Central Committee Body and the Standalone Executive Board developed a VERY severe feedback problem resembling the situation that arises when a microphone is placed too close to a speaker.

A very high pitched angry sounding squeal arose and the functionality seemed to be lacking.

That to do?

I suggest the same thing the Wise Husband and Father decides when he realizes that Tab A will NOT fit into Slot A because Tab B seems to be already inserted.

That is take the device apart spread out the constituents and READ the Directions!

In the case of assembling County Central Committees, the directions we need to concern ourselves with are :

the Constitution of the Linn County Central Committee and the By-Laws of the Linn County Central Committee.

The above links are to PDF files, if you do not have a PDF viewer a simple Freeware PDF viewer can be obtained HERE

 I would suggest we all read these directions,  I will submit my interpretation in a later post.

Posted by ky/kentuckydan at 6:34 AM CDT
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