[DML] Re: DOA, and car club politics.
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[DML] Re: DOA, and car club politics.

The way I see it,

BOTTOM line is the Bottom Line on the DML membership,they see the 
membership count on the DML (at this moment at 2135) And I am  sure 
their shrinking Membership count....If they had 2135 members at even 
the Minimum $90.00 per year membership per year...That would come out 
to a shocking total of $ 192,150.00...Now,I know there are costs to 
running a club, BUT... I have to say what in Heck does a car club do 
with that kind of money....Even if you take for any shows and 
magazines,it would not even come close to using a third of that...

They tried to stop Espey from forming this site, and failed,they 
stopped others from forming a national club,and won,they tried to 
come on the DML in the past with promises of change and failed(to get 
any reasonable new members)Then they came back with offers of a free 
offer of appox 12.5 years of back issues of DW and that failed to get 
reasonable new memberships,Now out of the blue comes this "new 
strategy" replace the board members,with DML MEMBERS...HOW 
Brilliant!!!...The old saying if you cannot beat them down, become 
part of them...then beat them down.

That will build ...CON..fidence to get people to join alright!!

Until Mr.B and his clan are proven beyond a doubt that they no longer 
have anything to do with the DOA..it will be business as usual.Get 
the new members $90.00 fee in any way possible,no matter what it 
takes,to make people believe in the DOA and join.

P.S. On a side note:

If you leave the Yahoo group wide open...there is no need to "join" 
The site COULD be setup from any DOA restrictions,IF THEY SO 
CHOOSE..again if it is left open and free to use, Just read and type 
in your questions,rather then get a mixmaster of DOA postings on the 

I do not mind reading  the postings about the DOA...but at some point 
in time I do hope the Moderator has sense to choke this thing off!! 
it has to STOP...otherwise the DML might as well change it's name 
from the DML to the DOA. 

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Kevin Abato" <delorean@...> wrote:
> That would only further the concept of causing a rift in the 
community by opening their own yahoo group and giving what 
they 'might' call a following based on who joins just to get info.  
> The topic is relevant to the Delorean community as a whole, and 
should not be moved OFF the DML to a separate forum owned and 
operated by the DOA (subject to their rules, interpretations, and 
> Kevin Abato
> VIN# 16680
> www.grenexmedia.com 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: "cbl1739" <cbl302@...>
> Date: Fri, 20 Jun 2008 20:45:52 
> To:dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [DML] Re: DOA, and car club politics.
> Or he can just startup HIS OWN Yahoo Groups,and leave it open for 
> to read and see and ask questions.
> It only takes a few minutes to startup a Yahoo groups site...Rather 
> than use the DML bandwidth.And it will be all grouped together onto 
> one site,rather than mixed in with other unrelated postings on the 
> DML.
> Claude
> See what happens when no one is looking....
> http://tinyurl.com/57hqnu

[very long quote trimmed, ironically, by moderator]


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