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<< >Donna's columns are good work, but unless every contributor is paid
>in cash or in kind, then there should be no compelling reason for EN
>so for her.If the publication cannot afford to pay for articles, so be
Who is talking cash? If Donna has a website with her ad on it...does it
*really* cost AERC anything to post her website at the end of an article?
Or simply a line that says, "A list of DSS's clinics is available at
www....?" I find it very hard to believe that one tiny line is
inflicting financial harm on AERC. I think it's the principle of it
that's getting them, not the cost.
I am a VERY frugal person. I appreciate the board's tight fistedness
with our money. I agree with it, and I appreciate them. But, when I can
get something for nothing I do it! I count a tiny ad as getting it for
nothing. I wouldn't even resent (much) Donna getting a little blurp, and
myself not getting one. I have not agreed to provide them with a MONTHLY
column. That's a commitment and commmitment's a bummer. It's like when
they're trying to get somebody to volunteer to coach a little league
team. A dozen parents will say, "I'm willing to help out, but I can't
commit to be the HEAD coach". I'm one of those people. Donna seems to
be the parent who took the bat bag home with her.
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