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 Post subject: Re: By-law Changes???
PostPosted: Fri Dec 22, 2017 9:36 am 
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John Henry wrote:
Guys,

I am a director, and most of you know I often disagree with things the EC and other leadership do.

These changes were quite mundane. Simply house keeping.

I will gladly email the Track Changes version to any of you who wants it. For those unfamiliar, Track Changes is a Word format that shows deletions in Red, and additions in Blue. So it makes it easy to see exactly what is being changed from the old version.

If you want the copy, post your email address on this thread. Don't PM it to me, as I am having issues with my PM every other day.

Thanks.
John,

Why don't you just post up a copy (picture) of that 'Track Changes' document on here? I'm not a big fan of posting my email address on an open forum. Just saying.



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 Post subject: Re: By-law Changes???
PostPosted: Fri Dec 22, 2017 9:42 am 
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Because it is several pages, and would either be too small to actually read, or be very sloppy.


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 Post subject: Re: By-law Changes???
PostPosted: Fri Dec 22, 2017 10:24 am 
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John, why don't you send a copy to Showme, so he can go thru it word for word. Maybe he will find something to report back to us.


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 Post subject: Re: By-law Changes???
PostPosted: Tue Jan 23, 2018 1:10 am 
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Last fall, the Association updated its bylaws to comply with recent changes to Texas corporate law. Continuing with that process, other corporate documents were due to be updated, including an updated Conflict of Interest document to be signed annually.

http://nsca.nssa-nsca.org/2018/01/22/op ... embership/


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 Post subject: Re: By-law Changes???
PostPosted: Tue Jan 23, 2018 1:13 am 
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This is supposedly the Conflict of Interest document -

CONFLICTS OF INTEREST, CONFIDENTIALITY AND NON-DISCLOSURE AGREEMENT

​This Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure Agreement (this “Agreement”), effective as of the date of signing, is by and between the undersigned (the “Recipient”) and the National Skeet Shooting Association (the “NSSA”).

​WHEREAS, the Recipient is an officer, director, committee member, delegate, volunteer leader, employee, or other agent (an “Agent”) of NSSA and/or the NSSA’s division, the National Sporting Clay Association (the “NSCA”); and

​WHEREAS, as a result of Recipient’s role as an Agent of NSSA and/or NSCA, Recipient may be exposed to confidential and proprietary information of NSSA and NSCA, and NSSA desires to protect all such information as set forth herein.

​NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants and promises contained in this Agreement, the parties hereby agree as follows:

1. Confidential Material. For the purposes of this Agreement, “Confidential Material” means any documents or information of NSSA and/or NSCA, including but not limited to trade secrets, proprietary information, business strategies, accounts (including potential accounts), sponsor lists, member lists, marketing and advertising practices, financial data, employee and staffing information, customer data or personally identifiable information, and any other confidential business practices or potential confidential business practices of NSSA and NSCA. Except that no information shall be considered to be Confidential Materialwhich: (a) was in the public domain prior to being furnished to Recipient; (b) is disclosed to Recipient by a third party who, to Recipient's knowledge, did not unlawfully acquire or receive such information on a confidential basis from the Company; or (c) after being furnished to Recipient entered the public domain through no act or failure to act on the part of Recipient.

2. Nondisclosure of Confidential Material. Recipient hereby agrees to keep the Confidential Material confidential and tonot disclose the Confidential Material to anyone other than persons who have a need to review such information in connection with their position as an employee, officer, director, committee member, delegate, volunteer leader or other agent of NSSA and/or NSCA, or with the prior written consent of NSSA. Recipient will protect and safeguard the confidentiality of all such Confidential Material with at least the same degree of care as the Recipient would protect its own Confidential Material, but in no event with less than a commercially reasonable degree of care. NSSA retains its entire right, title, and interest in and to all Confidential Material, and no disclosure of Confidential Material hereunder will be construed as a license, assignment, or other transfer of any such right, title, and interest to Recipient or any other person.

3. Use of Confidential Material. Recipient recognizes and acknowledges the competitive value and confidential nature of the Confidential Material and the damage that could result to NSSA if any information contained therein is disclosed to a third party. The Confidential Material will be used by Recipient solely for the purpose of carrying out Recipient’s responsibilities and duties as an Agent of NSSA and/or NSCA and for no other purpose. Recipient further agrees to reimburse, indemnify and hold harmless NSSA, its affiliates and their respective representatives from any damage, loss or expense incurred as a result of any breach of this Agreement by Recipient, including without limitation, in connection with the handling or use of the Confidential Material by Recipient contrary to the terms of this Agreement.

4. Required Disclosure. If Recipient is requested or required by any governmental authority to disclose Confidential Material, Recipient shall provide NSSA with prompt written notice of the request or demand, so that NSSA may seek an appropriate protective order, and Recipient shall cooperate with the NSSA’s efforts with respect thereto. In the event that such protective order or other remedy is not obtained, Recipient may disclose the requested or required Confidential Material; provided, however, that Recipient will disclose only that portion of the Confidential Materialthat is legally required to be disclosed and Recipient will use its best efforts to ensure that all Confidential Materialso disclosed will be accorded confidential treatment.

5. Return of Confidential Material. Upon the termination of the Recipient’s position as an Agent of NSSA and/or NSCA, or upon request by NSSA, Recipient will promptly delete all Confidential Material furnished by NSSA from any computer and backup storage system in which the Confidential Material has been stored and will turn over to NSSA (i) all documents and other materials (including without limitation all copies or reproductions of such documents or materials, backup copies, and other forms of electronic storage media) which constitute, contain or are derived from such Confidential Material, and (ii) all other documents, notes, and other materials connected with or arising out of Recipient’s consideration of the Confidential Material, and no copy thereof will be retained by Recipient. Notwithstanding the return, deletion or destruction of the Confidential Material, the Recipient will continue to be bound by all obligations of confidentiality and other obligations under this Agreement.

6. Conflicts of Interest. Given Recipient’s position with the NSSA and/or NSCA, Recipient is expected to adhere to the highest ethical and professional standards in performing Recipient’s duties. Consistent with such standards, is Recipient’s responsibility to avoid actual, potential, or the appearance of conflicts between personal interests and those of the NSSA and/or NSCA. Conflicts of interest include, without limitation:
(a)​Recipients having, directly or indirectly, through business, investment or family:
​(i)​an ownership or investment interest in any entity with which the NSSA, or the NSSA through its division the NSCA, has a transaction or arrangement;
​(ii)​a compensation arrangement with the NSSA, or the NSSA through its division the NSCA, or with any entity or individual with which the NSSA, or the NSSA through its division the NSCA, has a transaction or arrangement; or
​(iii)​a potential ownership or investment interest in, or compensation arrangement with, any entity or individual with which the NSSA, or the NSSA through its division the NSCA, is negotiating a transaction or arrangement.;
(b)​Recipient’s, directly or indirectly, whether on behalf of Recipient or on behalf of any other person, firm, entity or organization, engaging or participating in, or otherwise supporting or financing, any business or organization that competes with the NSSA or the NSSA’s division, the NSCA;
(c)​Recipient’s, directly or indirectly inducing or attempting to induce, on behalf of Recipient or any other person, firm, entity or organization, any current or perspective club, supplier, member or sponsor of the NSSA or the NSSA’s division, the NSCA, to cease doing business in whole or in part with the NSSA or the NSSA’s division, the NSCA, or soliciting the business of any such current or perspective club, supplier, member or sponsor, for a purpose which is competitive with the NSSA or the NSSA’s division, NSCA; and
(d)​Recipient’s directly or indirectly interfering with the contractual arrangements, between the NSSA or the NSSA’s division, the NSCA, or any of its employees, consultants, agents or contractors, or soliciting, recruiting, hiring, or assisting others in recruiting or hiring, or discussing employment or contractual arrangements with any employees, consultants, agents or contractors of the NSSA or the NSSA’s division, the NSCA.
In connection with any actual or possible conflict of interest, Recipient must disclose the existence of Recipient’sfinancial interest, if any, and all material facts regarding such conflict of interest to the NSSA’s Executive Committee. After an opportunity for disclosure of the actual or possible conflict of interest and all material facts, and after any discussion with the Recipient, the NSSA’s Executive Committee (other than the Recipient, if recipient is a member of the NSSA’s Executive Committee) shalldetermine whether a conflict of interest exists. If the NSSA’s Executive Committee has reasonable cause to believe that the Recipient has failed to disclose or has engaged in an actual or possible conflict of interest, it shall inform the Recipient of the basis for such belief and afford the Recipient an opportunity to explain the foregoing. If, after such opportunity and making such further investigation as may be warranted in the circumstances, the NSSA’s Executive Committee determines that the Recipienthas in fact failed to disclose or engaged in an actual or possible conflict of interest, it shall take appropriate disciplinary and corrective action, including, but not limited to, removing the Recipient from Recipient’s position with the NSSA and/or NSCA and revoking such Recipient’s membership in the NSSA and/or NSCA.

7. Equitable and Other Relief. Recipient acknowledges and agrees that NSSA would be damaged irreparably if any provision of this Agreement were not performed in accordance with its specific terms or was otherwise breached. Accordingly, NSSA will be entitled to equitable relief, including, without limitation, an injunction or injunctions to prevent breaches of the provisions of this Agreement and to enforce specifically this Agreement and its provisions in any action or proceeding instituted in any state or federal court located in Bexar County, Texas, in addition to any other remedy to which NSSA may be entitled, at law or in equity. If the NSSA’s Executive Committee reasonably believes the Recipient has breached this Agreement, then the NSSA’s Executive Committee shall have the right to immediately remove the Recipient from Recipient’s position with the NSSA and/or NSCA and revoke such Recipient’s membership in the NSSA and/or NSCA. Except as expressly provided herein, the rights, obligations and remedies created by this Agreement are cumulative and in addition to any other rights, obligations or remedies otherwise available at law or in equity, and nothing herein will be considered an election of remedies.

8. Notices. Except as set forth elsewhere herein, any notice or demand to be given or served in connection herewith shall be deemed to be sufficiently given or served for all purposes by being sent as registered or certified mail, return receipt requested, postage prepaid, in the case of the NSSA, addressed to:

The National Skeet Shooting Association
Attn: Michael Hampton, Executive Director

5931 Roft Road

San Antonio, Texas 78253

With a copy to:



Dykema Cox Smith

Attn: Jeffrey C. Gifford

112 E. Pecan Street, Suite 1800

San Antonio, Texas 78205


And in the case of the Recipient, to the address set forth in the NSSA’s records for such Recipient.

9. Term; Governing Law. This Agreement will remain in effect for five (5) years from the last date on which NSSA makes any disclosure of Confidential Material to Recipient. This Agreement will be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Texas, without giving effect to any choice of law principles.

10. Entire Agreement. This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement and understanding of the parties with respect to the subject matter hereof and supersedes all prior understandings, agreements or representations by or among the parties, written or oral, to the extent they relate in any way to the subject matter hereof.

11. Assignment. Recipient may not assign any of its rights under this Agreement or delegate any of its performance obligations hereunder without the prior written approval of NSSA.

12. Counterparts; Electronic Delivery. This Agreement may be executed in two or more counterparts, each of which will be deemed an original but all of which together will constitute one and the same instrument. Delivery of a facsimile copy of an executed signature page, or delivery via email of a PDF or other electronic copy of an executed signature page to this Agreement shall be as effective as manual delivery of a manually executed counterpart of this Agreement.
[Signature Page Follows]

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4842-9084-8345.4

​IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this Agreement as of the date set forth below.

Date:​​RECIPIENT:

​​By: ​​​​​​​Name: ​​​​​​​Title: ​​​​​

​​NATIONAL SKEET SHOOTING ​​​ASSOCIATION

​​By: ​​​​​​​Name: ​​​​​​​Title: ​​​​​​​

[SIGNATURE PAGE TO CONFIDENTIALITY AND NONDISCLOSURE AGREEMENT]


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 Post subject: Re: By-law Changes???
PostPosted: Tue Jan 23, 2018 1:16 am 
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Which led to this mess -

January 22, 2018

This past weekend, the Association held its annual winter executive meetings in San Antonio. For the past 10 years, these meetings have brought together several of the key joint committees of the Association (Finance and Long Range Planning), the NSSA Executive Committee, the NSCA Advisory Council and the NSCA Executive Council, as well as the joint NSSA/NSCA Steering Committee.

Recent events transpired which interrupted the normal schedule of this year’s meeting, and we feel it is very important that our Directors, Delegates and members are correctly informed about what occurred in the event they hear rumors or second-hand reports.

Last fall, the Association updated its bylaws to comply with recent changes to Texas corporate law. Continuing with that process, other corporate documents were due to be updated, including an updated Conflict of Interest document to be signed annually. This document was recently prepared by our attorneys for all individuals serving in leadership and elected governance positions. Shortly before Christmas, while this document work was nearing completion, we were made aware that several individuals in key NSCA-elected leadership positions on the Advisory Council and the Executive Council were conducting subversive activities. They were beginning an effort to create a new sporting clays organization to directly compete against NSCA for its membership and NSCA member clubs. Clearly, this is a conflict of interest for people holding leadership positions within our own governing bodies and cannot occur without appropriate action being taken.

Historically, all attendees at the winter meetings have been required to sign a Conflict of Interest (COI) Form prior to the beginning of these meetings. When the information about the subversive activities became clear, the NSSA Officers, on behalf of all NSSA-NSCA members, realized their obligation to protect the assets and Intellectual Property (IP) for the future of the Association. Given the impending meeting schedule and our intention to present plans and materials that have been developed at significant cost in member funds, immediate action was required to certify that those in attendance were supportive of the Association, did not have intentions to damage the future of NSCA, and would not share confidential Intellectual Property with a competitive organization.

With input from our legal counsel, the COI form was updated to a combined Conflict of Interest/Confidentiality/Non-Disclosure form, with expanded scope necessary to protect all assets rather than asking everyone to sign multiple documents. A notice was sent with the new form to all who were to attend this year’s meetings. Due to the tight schedule, a two-day turnaround was required for their signature; however, several individuals who indicated they would sign if they had time to complete their personal legal review were given several more days, and they subsequently signed. Everyone who was invited to the winter meetings from the committees listed above was required to sign the updated form to participate. Refusal to sign meant that those individuals could not be authorized to receive the materials for the meetings, nor be allowed access to meetings where key topics about the Association’s business and confidential future plans were to be discussed.

All NSSA and NSCA staff signed the document, as well as NSSA Executive Committee and other appointed committee members. Two of the recently-elected NSCA Advisory Council members tendered their resignations prior to the meetings rather than sign the forms. Twenty of the 45 members of the Advisory Council did sign the form, and 17 of them attended the meetings. While, unfortunately, the number of NSCA Advisory Council members who attended did not meet the requirement for a quorum to allow the Advisory Council or Executive Council to vote or conduct official business, those in attendance did meet with the NSCA Director, as well as the Executive Director and the NSSA officers; they were presented the confidential plans and materials as intended, and they had productive discussions on topics outlined on their agenda. We should also note that, in advance of their planned travel, the NSCA Executive Council members were invited to a closed meeting with the two of us to discuss this situation further prior to the beginning of the scheduled meeting; however, none of them accepted that invitation.

We’d like to make one other important clarification. It is being reported that NSSA has “taken away all control of the NSCA Marketing funds from NSCA.” That statement is unequivocally false. NSSA has never denied any NSCA request for property or capital improvements, nor any proposal for their marketing resources. NSSA has only required accounting controls and accountability/deliverables for the release of approved funds, which is an independent audit requirement and demonstrates good stewardship of our members’ funds.

The future of the NSCA is important to the Association and to all our members. We want to assure every Association member that the NSCA is still intact and will continue, regardless of the actions of a few individuals. NSSA will use all means available to protect its NSSA/NSCA membership and its assets.

We want to thank the NSCA Advisory Council members who did attend last weekend. They will be working closely with us in the very near future to determine the correct course of action and to address the status of the Advisory Council and Executive Council members who did not sign and did not attend. Processes for filling vacancies/resignations exist and will be followed.

If you have any questions, please contact either of us for further information. Thank you for your support of our Association and our shotgun sports!

Sincerely,

John Haugh, NSSA President
[email protected]
(216) 533-4203

Michael Hampton Jr., Executive Director
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 Post subject: Re: By-law Changes???
PostPosted: Tue Jan 23, 2018 1:22 am 
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Which raised this question -

Did the NSSA Board of Directors vote to adopt the revised Conflict of Interest document?


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 Post subject: Re: By-law Changes???
PostPosted: Tue Jan 23, 2018 4:39 pm 
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ShowMe wrote:
Which raised this question -

Did the NSSA Board of Directors vote to adopt the revised Conflict of Interest document?


You have to pass it to find out what is in it.

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 Post subject: By-law Changes???
PostPosted: Tue Jan 23, 2018 10:29 pm 
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This isn’t the federal, state or local government we’re talking about guys. It’s a organization revolving around a hobby we enjoy. I agree with transparency but at the end of the day it doesn’t effect my personal life. I don’t know why some think conspiracy or even care to do the research that’s being done. This isn’t limited to this one post or person either


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 Post subject: Re: By-law Changes???
PostPosted: Tue Jan 23, 2018 10:53 pm 
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Well said!^


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 Post subject: Re: By-law Changes???
PostPosted: Tue Jul 17, 2018 9:59 pm 
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ShowMe wrote:
D McMillen wrote:
Only the Officers and Directors know the changes as of now.


What's the big secret?

Why didn't they disclose the proposed changes to the membership BEFORE the vote?


There were several announcements of proposed changes through out the year last year, a lot of discussion at last years Directors meeting so I believe they accomplished what you desire. With such a large organization there are simply going to be communications that some members miss and we must all have faith in the leadership we elect to do the job. For the most part the changes all evolved around satisfying changes in the State of Texas laws. The "ShowMe" state as elections coming up if you want to be involved with the decision making....


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 Post subject: Re: By-law Changes???
PostPosted: Tue Jul 17, 2018 10:11 pm 
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DeanRapp wrote:
ShowMe wrote:
D McMillen wrote:
Only the Officers and Directors know the changes as of now.


What's the big secret?

Why didn't they disclose the proposed changes to the membership BEFORE the vote?


There were several announcements of proposed changes through out the year last year


Where?


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 Post subject: Re: By-law Changes???
PostPosted: Thu Jul 19, 2018 8:10 am 
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I do not believe the concern is necessary with any proposed changes specifically, it is with the fact that the proposed changes are not made readily available to rank and file members so if they don't agree with what is proposed they can express their opinion to their directors


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 19, 2018 2:58 pm 
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Aurore9 wrote:
I do not believe the concern is necessary with any proposed changes specifically, it is with the fact that the proposed changes are not made readily available to rank and file members


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 Post subject: Re: By-law Changes???
PostPosted: Thu Jul 19, 2018 6:24 pm 
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CONFLICTS OF INTEREST, CONFIDENTIALITY AND NON-DISCLOSURE AGREEMENT

They are Non-Profit, what is there to hide? Well, other then IRS stuff and compensation packages for the higher ups.

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 Post subject: Re: By-law Changes???
PostPosted: Tue Jan 29, 2019 10:34 pm 
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dubob wrote:
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Hey Rooster,

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So much for "Keep It Friendly...Might Apply to YOU" This place is getting more and more like that "other" site. If you don't agree with the clique you are nothin'.
It was a metaphor Jim. It conveys my opinion that arguing with that individual is a total waste of time. I haven't belonged to a 'clique' since my early twenties. That individual has produced negative statement after negative statement after negative statement about the NSSA on these forums for several years now. He has continuously questioned the leadership of the organization ad infinitum. Most of it has been nothing but sour grapes.

As to the issue in question, the NSSA has been making housekeeping changes to the by-laws without notifying the membership for as long as I've been a member (joined in 1986). It has never been a big deal that the membership got all bent out of shape over in those 30 plus years. Now, all of a sudden, one member thinks we should be totally outraged over it. That is absolutely absurd, IMHO. I don't recall ever seeing a positive comment about the NSSA on this site from that one member. I marked him as a foe a long time ago and don't ever read his posts unless they are quoted by others. Like SX1, he isn't worth the effort or time to debate on here. So I expressed that thought with a metaphor to Rooster. I don't see it as being friendly or unfriendly; just an expressed opinion. You are welcome to see it any way that suits you. No disrespect intended towards you at all. Merry Christmas to you and I hope you enjoy this holiday season to the fullest.
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Thank you and now if you can just identify him as I'm the current MSSA President.....having to deal with the negative comments on a daily basis....


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 Post subject: Re: By-law Changes???
PostPosted: Wed Feb 27, 2019 9:56 pm 
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DeanRapp wrote:
It was a metaphor Jim. It conveys my opinion that arguing with that individual is a total waste of time. I haven't belonged to a 'clique' since my early twenties. That individual has produced negative statement after negative statement after negative statement about the NSSA on these forums for several years now. He has continuously questioned the leadership of the organization ad infinitum. Most of it has been nothing but sour grapes.

As to the issue in question, the NSSA has been making housekeeping changes to the by-laws without notifying the membership for as long as I've been a member (joined in 1986). It has never been a big deal that the membership got all bent out of shape over in those 30 plus years. Now, all of a sudden, one member thinks we should be totally outraged over it. That is absolutely absurd, IMHO. I don't recall ever seeing a positive comment about the NSSA on this site from that one member. I marked him as a foe a long time ago and don't ever read his posts unless they are quoted by others. Like SX1, he isn't worth the effort or time to debate on here. So I expressed that thought with a metaphor to Rooster. I don't see it as being friendly or unfriendly; just an expressed opinion. You are welcome to see it any way that suits you. No disrespect intended towards you at all. Merry Christmas to you and I hope you enjoy this holiday season to the fullest.
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Thank you and now if you can just identify him as I'm the current MSSA President.....having to deal with the negative comments on a daily basis....[/quote]Don't have a clue who 'ShowMe' is in real life. Don't care either. He's on my ignore list for the reasons I listed above. There are 8 states whose name begins with 'M', so I don't have a clue which state you represent either. Good luck in your search for ShowMe's real identity. I don't need to know who he is if you find out.

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 Post subject: Re: By-law Changes???
PostPosted: Fri Mar 15, 2019 7:03 pm 
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DeanRapp wrote:



Thank you and now if you can just identify him as I'm the current MSSA President.....having to deal with the negative comments on a daily basis....


Dean - he lives in the East from what I've seen. He's not a Missourian

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 Post subject: Re: By-law Changes???
PostPosted: Sat Mar 16, 2019 6:22 am 
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Showme has all the skeet credibility you could want. He has a sterling record in the game, shot 4x4's at State Shoots, run toe to toe with the World's Best and carried spectacularly high HOA's for years. He is a better shot than any of you people. Ever. In his day he was world-class.

On this issue he laid his complaint out clearly and in detail. He was patient when you ridiculed him. It's not his fault that you do not get it. You fault him for being an "I" dotter and a "T" crosser.

I say y'all get over it.


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 Post subject: Re: By-law Changes???
PostPosted: Sun Mar 17, 2019 8:59 am 
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Jason Johnson wrote:
It is my understanding that these changes would be considered basic housekeeping.


I wouldn't consider those changes as "basic housekeeper".




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