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    Wisconsin Carry, Inc Annual Meeting

    The 2011 Wisconsin Carry, Inc. Annual member meeting will be held on Sunday
    March 27th at:

    The Dry Bean
    5264 Verona Road
    Fitchburg, WI 53711-4419
    (608) 274-2326

    The meeting will take place form 2pm to 4pm.

    This is an opportunity to meet the WCI board of directors and officers, hear
    updates and information regarding our latest actions, status of lawsuits, etc as
    well as share your thoughts with WCI leadership and network with fellow members.

    Soft drinks and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided courtesy of WCI. Food
    is available to order off of The Dry Bean menu.

    This is an open-carry event. Open-Carry encouraged, but not required. We will
    ask that anyone who carries voluntarily choose not to consume alcohol.

    So that I may prepare the venue host staff of likely attendance, please rsvp to:
    icuoc2@gmail.com IF you plan to attend. If you do not plan to attend, no need
    to rsvp. RSVP is not required. Feel free to show up the day of. I just want to
    get a good idea of attendance as a courtesy to the establishment so they can
    plan staffing levels.

    Other inquiries can be directed to my email: nik@wisconsincarry.org I do my
    best to respond in a timely manner to all emails, but due to volume, that is
    sometimes not possible.

    Carry On!

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    Now you are talking

    Confirmed schedule.

    I'm in.
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    I'm there.
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    Do we get to tour the Capital after the meeting? Maybe there will be some protestors left. Maybe.

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    As a suggestion for the next meeting, maybe we could have it somewhere close to the middle of the state? Portage or something so driving time is a bit more spread out for us up 'nort?

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    Quote Originally Posted by anmut View Post
    As a suggestion for the next meeting, maybe we could have it somewhere close to the middle of the state? Portage or something so driving time is a bit more spread out for us up 'nort?

    We use Madison because it is the most central location to the bulk of our membership. Lacrosse, Green Bay, Wausau, Kenosha, Racine, all about 2.25 hours away. Madison obviously dead center and milwaukee 1 hour away.

    Though we have members in every single county of the state, the bulk of the membership is concentrated around the most populated cities.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wisconsin Carry, Inc. - Chairman View Post
    We use Madison because it is the most central location to the bulk of our membership. Lacrosse, Green Bay, Wausau, Kenosha, Racine, all about 2.25 hours away. Madison obviously dead center and milwaukee 1 hour away.

    Though we have members in every single county of the state, the bulk of the membership is concentrated around the most populated cities.
    Oh I am so protesting your meeting then! I'm going to unionize WCI and bring smelly hippies to drum circle your a55es right out of there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by anmut View Post
    Oh I am so protesting your meeting then! I'm going to unionize WCI and bring smelly hippies to drum circle your a55es right out of there!
    I'm with you! Down with the man! Not driving far for a meeting is definitely a RIGHT!



    And after we get the WCI union going (with bargaining rights for sure), were gonna hook up with this fine lad that's going to unionize Noodles and Company because their dictatorship requires them to show up on time .



    Last edited by Jason in WI; 03-02-2011 at 08:46 PM.

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    if we unionize, will we negotiate contracts with the cops, and get union contract books to carry? If so, i'd like to 'grieve' Madison.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McX View Post
    if we unionize, will we negotiate contracts with the cops, and get union contract books to carry? If so, i'd like to 'grieve' Madison.
    I bet "fair share", "layoff" and "personal leave" "professional improvement" will take on entirely new meanings. I'd be willing to work on that. I have the experience.

    To Chief Wray "I've had my fair share of your ****. Layoff, will ya? Leave my person alone. Your attitude is in dire need of some professional improvement."

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    ok but how much are we gonna make union dues? and can we get the taxpayers to pay them for us?

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    Quote Originally Posted by phred View Post
    I bet "fair share", "layoff" and "personal leave" "professional improvement" will take on entirely new meanings. I'd be willing to work on that. I have the experience.

    To Chief Wray "I've had my fair share of your ****. Layoff, will ya? Leave my person alone. Your attitude is in dire need of some professional improvement."
    Right on green one! i carry my union steward on my hip!

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    I'm thinking I will be able to make this one. So long as we don't get hit with another blizzard. :-p

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    I'm a firm maybe.

    The Dry Bean I worked there when I was 15.

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    Not too far from my domicile at all. Assuming I'm clear with the social director, I'm in...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mlutz View Post
    So long as we don't get hit with another blizzard. :-p
    Don't even joke......
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    Quote Originally Posted by XDFDE45 View Post
    Don't even joke......
    Just sayin' lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mlutz View Post
    Just trollin' lol.
    fixed that for you

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    Would love to be there, but I doubt I can swing it unless I find a job and a pile of $ before then.
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    With gas prices the way they are is anyone considering a car pool to the meeting. I am in S.E. WI.. Racine, Kenosha, Delavan area and would consider a car pool. I have a Suzuki Sidekick Sport... Small SUV, 4 cly., 5 speed manual (cheap on gas)... 4 door hard top. Not to big but would get there and back no problem... or I would also consider chipping in for gas in somebody else's car..

    The Suzuki can be driven in 2 wheel (rear) drive, or 4 wheel drive in the weather gets bad...

    Outdoorsman.
    Last edited by Outdoorsman1; 03-11-2011 at 04:55 PM. Reason: to add info...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wisconsin Carry, Inc. - Chairman View Post
    We use Madison because it is the most central location to the bulk of our membership. Lacrosse, Green Bay, Wausau, Kenosha, Racine, all about 2.25 hours away. Madison obviously dead center and milwaukee 1 hour away.

    Though we have members in every single county of the state, the bulk of the membership is concentrated around the most populated cities.
    I'd vote for Madison soley based on the current political climate, But Wisconsin Dells in the conference/meeting capital of the state for a good logistical reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Outdoorsman1 View Post
    With gas prices the way they are is anyone considering a car pool to the meeting. I am in S.E. WI.. Racine, Kenosha, Delavan area and would consider a car pool. I have a Suzuki Sidekick Sport... Small SUV, 4 cly., 5 speed manual (cheap on gas)... 4 door hard top. Not to big but would get there and back no problem... or I would also consider chipping in for gas in somebody else's car..

    The Suzuki can be driven in 2 wheel (rear) drive, or 4 wheel drive in the weather gets bad...

    Outdoorsman.
    Normally I'd be up for that, and my car gets excellent mileage, but right now I can't even swing that.
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    Wisconsin Carry INC sticker idea:

    Full size for rear window application that just says "... Shall Not Be Infringed." Then in smaller letters the WCI web address.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anmut View Post
    Wisconsin Carry INC sticker idea:

    Full size for rear window application that just says "... Shall Not Be Infringed." Then in smaller letters the WCI web address.
    http://www.wisconsincarry.org/secure...erchandise.php

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    Im planning on making the trip... been holed-up in the house too long
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