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''2007-09-06 15:12:33'' [[nbsp]] Craig: "What's the link between Students for Life and [WWW]The Leadership Institute?"
Me: What authority did they have to do this, as Craig asked above: what's the link?

What authority or say does the Leadership Institute have to do with this national organization? Making a facebook group doesn't mean anything. --["Users/EdWins"]
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''2007-09-06 15:26:38'' [[nbsp]] I am going to wait this out a few days and give you zip as far as information. You can make fools out of yourselves if you wish, but your collective behavior is really telling as to your researching skills and you ability to grab a hold of anything that might question what I do. So go ahead and make as many assumptions as you want. By September 13th, all of this will be settled one way or another. --["Users/SteveOstrowski"]

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2007-09-05 23:08:47   What does the "Donations" in the table mean? "Donations: name of group" has very little meaning that I can see. I'd assume it means you can donate to it, but that applies to pretty much any group. Heck, you can even donate to employees of businesses (Steve Martin in My Blue Heaven springs to mind). —JabberWokky


2007-09-05 23:11:29   What's the link between Students for Life and [WWW]The Leadership Institute? Also, Steve, if you wish to defend yourself, I think you should state (1) what the accomplishments of SFL have been since you took over, and (2) how large your membership base is. —CraigBrozinsky


2007-09-05 23:22:52   What do you mean, Students for Life at UCD 1 or Students for Life at UCD 2?

Since Students for Life at UCD (2) is just steve, then you have a direct link.

It is difficult to separate the different Steve-only organizations in their mission(s) and links to other organizations, I doubt he can separate them himself. —KarlMogel


2007-09-05 23:36:48   One ignorant and uninformed comment does not make reality. The only one who truly knows what is going on is myself and the Leadership Institute. Because you have don't have access to either source any edit you make will be false. The question is not whether you know anything, because you don't, the question is what proof to you demand? —SteveOstrowski


2007-09-05 23:38:20   lack of source does not make it false. So Steve, you are calling Gabe a Liar? Show us the checkbook and the official documents of Students For Life. You should have them as president.

You do not make reality, either.

Also, Steve, since you are so very concerned with following wikipedia guidelines, can you tell us what a [wikipedia]Conflict of Interest is? —KarlMogel


2007-09-05 23:43:56   I am not an orthodox Wikipedia editor although I have some limited NPOV tendencies. As for Gabe, he is uninformed because I have kept him in the dark, that is not his fault. —SteveOstrowski


2007-09-05 23:47:57   According to Gabe, you did not go through SFL's proper channels to become President. There is no registered student organization called SFL@UCD or any variant thereof. Gabe says he has the freaking official documents and bank account info! You have already agreed that he has this stuff, and agreed that you started a 'second' club with the same name. —KarlMogel


2007-09-05 23:49:40   I don't follow their bylaws and this account was never revealed to me until this summer, effectively no spending or donations entered that account, and the account is almost entirely of Gabe's own money. —SteveOstrowski


2007-09-05 23:55:05   Then why resist the attempts to tell everyone what happened to SFL on the wiki, eh? Since you are not a defacto student organization, and your "organization" has done and continues to do nothing as of late, I question its relevance on the wiki. Therefore, the only meaningful content that should really be on the SFL wiki page is info about the actual club, and a footnote about your lame power-grab. Nay, a comma. —KarlMogel


2007-09-06 09:56:14   The Official Organization has a facebook group, created in 2005. Steves facebook group was created by the dude at the Leadership Institute. I dont see what the heck they have to do with this organization. They said "hey, that group looks inactive...lets make a facebook group. Congratulations, you're now Mr. President! Yay Official?" What authority did they have to do this, as Craig asked above: what's the link? —EdWins


2007-09-06 14:04:08   Do you guys who know little to nothing about SFL think these edits will stand to scrutiny? Soon there will be a SPAC group under my command and Gabe will be gone from Davis for a very long time. All it takes is an email document from the Leadership Institute to debunk everything that has happened yesterday. Your edits are made out of ignorance, uninformed information, and you will all look quite foolish in the end because I am the source for information on this group, that is how I designed it, and that is how it will always be. My editing style is what is the truth, not based on the community's theory as to what the truth is based on one uninformed comment. This page will be reverted back upon our group comming back from the summer and if you ban me I will simply have to train them as to how the Davis Wiki works for me. —SteveOstrowski


2007-09-06 14:08:09   The above comment added laughter to my stressful day. —JamesSchwab


2007-09-06 15:12:33   Craig: "What's the link between Students for Life and [WWW]The Leadership Institute?" Me: What authority did they have to do this, as Craig asked above: what's the link?

What authority or say does the Leadership Institute have to do with this national organization? Making a facebook group doesn't mean anything. —EdWins


2007-09-06 15:26:38   I am going to wait this out a few days and give you zip as far as information. You can make fools out of yourselves if you wish, but your collective behavior is really telling as to your researching skills and you ability to grab a hold of anything that might question what I do. So go ahead and make as many assumptions as you want. By September 13th, all of this will be settled one way or another. —SteveOstrowski

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