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#453180 - 09/02/00 02:09 PM Re: What can Organized Readers do for you?
TooLateTheHero Offline
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Not to spoil anyones fun here, but is it just me, or is everyone just saying THE SAME THING OVER and OVER? If possible, I think it would be best if everyone could just excercise their will power a bit and not write any more replies? This topic has like 127 posts! On this one guy! RICK's gone, the end.
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#453181 - 09/02/00 03:46 PM Re: What can Organized Readers do for you?
Greg Offline
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Howard, thanks for correcting my misunderstading. I just read this old post at tcj.com from Aug 25th:

"Howard-- My apologies! I have to be in Toronto in the morning but I promise to email you. Can you refresh my mind on what specifically you're interested in? I'll gladly readress the ORCA tax status thing for you or anybody here."

So, you've had the info for about a week - any estimate of when we'll all finally be able to see these questions answered? Personally, here's what I'm looking forward to:

1 -- seeing that one question answered, of whether or not donations to ORCA, not to the Salvation Army, but TO ORCA are tax deductible.
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RICK:
"Donations to ORCA ARE TAX DEDUCTABLE! At present, all donations are being underwritten by the Salvation Army."

"You should be aware that I never claimed that ORCA was an accredited 501(C) corporation. All I stated was, 'That donations to ORCA were TAX DEDUCTABLE.'"
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2 -- if that answer turns out to be no, to read a follow up about why no one, and it could have been anyone from the organization, came forward and simply corrected the error, for several weeks.
3 -- getting the mystery solved of why RICK offered, repeatedly, for anyone to email him for these answers and then this was NOT done, instead changing his tune, deciding to communicate through you via what he calls your "expose."
4 -- seeing if the story will go into detail about RICK on Comicon, and what some in the comics world (creators, journalists, etc.) have gone on record and given as their opinion of his representation of ORCA (Scott Shaw and Rick Veitch in particlular).
5 -- seeing if you'll be talking to other people who make up ORCA, and asking them about their 'take' on RICK, and all of this.

[edited a couple times, actually.]

[This message has been edited by Greg (edited 09-02-2000).]

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#453182 - 09/02/00 05:31 PM Re: What can Organized Readers do for you?
jack Offline
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>>You should be aware that I never claimed that ORCA was an accredited 501(C) corporation. All I stated was, 'That donations to ORCA were TAX DEDUCTABLE<<

Where the hell did he post that?

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#453183 - 09/02/00 05:40 PM Re: What can Organized Readers do for you?
Greg Offline
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TCJ, to Donovan.

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#453184 - 09/02/00 05:53 PM Re: What can Organized Readers do for you?
jack Offline
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I'll try again, WHERE??? post the link to the thread in other words please.

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#453185 - 09/02/00 06:03 PM Re: What can Organized Readers do for you?
Greg Offline
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#453186 - 09/02/00 06:20 PM Re: What can Organized Readers do for you?
MarciaA Offline
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Registered: 08/23/99
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Funny, that Greg. I can still see this quote from Rick upthread
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Karon: ORCA is registered as a not-for-profit.


Still not sure who he's registered *with* then :-)

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#453187 - 09/02/00 06:24 PM Re: What can Organized Readers do for you?
Greg Offline
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if it's alright with Marcia, Howard, I'd like to make that...

"Item That I Know I'D Like to See Addressed, Number 6."

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#453188 - 09/02/00 06:27 PM Re: What can Organized Readers do for you?
jack Offline
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Looks like Donovan is included in the suit now too. [img]http://209.198.111.165/ubb/smile.gif[/img]

I missed that one, thanky Greg.

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#453189 - 09/02/00 06:30 PM Re: What can Organized Readers do for you?
Greg Offline
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maybe RICK was referring to not-for-profit vs. non-profit? I don't know the ins and outs of all that myself.

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