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Re: yes or no

To: "James H. Nazarian" <>, mgs List <>
Subject: Re: yes or no
From: Albert F Jones <>
Date: Wed, 01 Dec 1999 14:22:49 -0600
Hello Jim,

        Perhaps you haven't seen the list that we keep of this sort of thing at

        Listers were asked what they would like to offer in the way of help, and
all the info is provided with the suppliers agreement.

        If you would like to add your name to this list, let me know, and I'll 
you added .................... and anyone else who would also care to

Elizabeth Jones
Comfort,m TX

At 02:56 PM 12/1/99 -0500, James H. Nazarian wrote:
>Good Morning Mg List,
>A few days ago I was completing the membership application to join the
>BMW Motorcycle Owners of
>America. One of the interesting features they offer to members is a
>publication they call the BMW MOA
>Anonymous book. The purpose of this publication is to offer members a
>resource for a bit of help should a
>breakdown occur while traveling. The information they publish includes
>the following:
>Membership number
>Location of town (i.e. 290 miles southeast of New York City)
>Phone Number(s)
>A list of codes describing assistance you can offer a stranded MG driver
>    C=camping or tent space
>    B=sheltered bedroll space
>    D=distance in miles willing to travel to help
>    WS=space to work on MG
>    T=trailer available
>    P=spare parts available
>Unexpected breakdowns occur, and can become terrifically expensive and
>quite scary if you're alone. It
>has happened to every MG I've had personal contact with. I think it is
>one of the reasons we like to drive to
>events in a caravan. Very often the part needed to get home is a $10
>part that everyone has a spare of . . .
>at home. I thought the BMW MOA idea would be of great benefit to MG
>drivers too.
>I think it is okay to dispense with printing full names, but I wouldn't
>object either way. In lieu of a
>membership number we could just print the first name. . .
>This would be really easy for us to do:
>I prepare a form and send it to the list
>we each type our own listing info; e-mail it back to me (or anyone else
>who is willing to do the task); the
>info is copied and pasted from the e-mail to the book listing, organized
>by State, and locale
>finally I e-mail the complete book back to each entrant to print if he
>or she wishes.
>If you are interested in this being done, e-mail a message with the word
>Yes, (or the word No if you don't
>want it done) in the subject field, and send it to the following
>James H. Nazarian <>

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