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Barrowed from the "Glitch":
22 Ways to Kill your Club or Things Not to do if you want to be a
Being a good member takes work. The club will benefit from the effort that you
put into it. With your help this can continue to be a great club.
- Don't attend meetings, but if you do, arrive
- Be sure to leave before the meeting is over
and make sure everyone hears you leave.
- Sit in the back so you can talk with other
members during the meeting.
- Never have anything to say at meetings; wait
until you get outside, then always be negative.
- After the meeting, find fault with club
officers and fellow members.
- Hold back your annual dues as long as
possible, or better yet, don't pay at all.
- Never accept an office or serve on a
- When everything else fails, abuse the club's
- At meetings, agree to everything, then go
home do nothing.
- Don't bother enlisting new members; let
others do it all.
- Don't tell the club how it's policy can help
you, but if it doesn't help you, tell everyone else its useless.
- Do nothing more than what's necessary, but
when other members roll up their sleeves and willingly use their ability to
help matters along, complain that the club is being run by a clique or
- Talk cooperation but never cooperate.
- Get all that the club has to give but
nothing in return.
- Threaten to leave the club if something
isn't the way you want.
- If you are asked to help, always say you
don't have the time.
- Leave the club because you don't like one of
the club officers.
- Never read any of the mailings or seek
information. You might find out what's going on.
- If appointed to a position never devote any
time to it, let some one else do it all.
- Overlook your own short comings and
concentrate on what they are not doing.
- Repeat all the unpleasant things about your
club to anyone who will listen.
- Always criticize club officers when ever the