Brian D. wrote:Any of the other long timers wanna chime in with their contributions?
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Brian D. wrote:Who is scheduled to speak this year, and have they cancelled in the last few days? The Republican squishiness is pouring out in the executive and legislative branches since Sunday.
MyWifeSaidYes wrote:Is there truth in the story that OFCC refused to play the National Anthem at the PitP today?
And, if so, why?
[The sound guy] just didn't think opening our picnic with the national anthem and the pledge was appropriate because they didn't used to do it years ago.
He is a volunteer so no pymt. .
just didn't think opening our picnic with the national anthem and the pledge was appropriate
MyWifeSaidYes wrote:just didn't think opening our picnic with the national anthem and the pledge was appropriate
Did he say why? Was he afraid of offending someone (more so than armed citizens already do)?
Wasn't there a coordinator or director present that could have made the request?
MyWifeSaidYes wrote:It's great to have a volunteer sound guy. It's always been a hassle trying to find someone who can provide the equipment.
As a 'song request', I would understand if the sound guy didn't have it available. Instead, this seems like the person or people requesting the National Anthem were given a hard no.
I think it was a poor decision on the part of the sound guy.
A good decision would be to use the next 360-ish days to procure the services of a different volunteer with sound equipment.
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