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Re: yes or no

To: Albert F Jones <>
Subject: Re: yes or no
From: James Nazarian Jr <James.Nazarian@Colorado.EDU>
Date: Wed, 1 Dec 1999 20:14:02 -0700 (MST)
Put me down.  James Nazarian Home-303.546-9658, Cell-303.898.6939 In
Boulder Colorado.

James Nazarian
'71 B roadster
'71 BGT rust free and burnt orange
'74 BGT going by-by soon
'63 Buick 215 

On Wed, 1 Dec 1999, Albert F Jones wrote:

> 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
> contribute.
> 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
> >State
> >Town
> >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
> >address:
> >
> >James H. Nazarian <>
> >
> >Jim
> >
> >
> >

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