Hey Rick, I know you do not have any shirts big enough to fit around my
well endowed beer-belly but do you think you could send me one anyway?
Maybe someday I will accidentally lose enough weight to fit into one of
Rick Harnish wrote:
I have another 35 shirts in Bluffton, IN. I can help fulfill the need if
you run out Mac. I should thank Frank Crawford from Washington State for
his donation of shirts and time. I believe he said his daughter has a
Tshirt Shop. The designed, printed and shipped the shirts. I have attached
a picture of the Tshirts.
OnlyInternet Broadband & Wireless, Inc.
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Sent: Monday, October 03, 2005 9:50 AM
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Subject: Re: [Camp-shagnasty] T-shirts are in
WISPA ordered some T-shirts for us that were here (N. Louisiana) and
They say "WISPA" "Building Emergency Communications" on the front and
on the right sleeve they say "Hurricane Katrina Relief Team 2005"
Please send [EMAIL PROTECTED] you size and mailing addy and we will
get yours shipped out to you. The sizes available are XL, L & Medium and
I think there are 60 of them all total. First come first served on sizes
and I can think of a few of US that would stretch a medium sized T-shirt
to the point of disgrace :-) and/or even shameful for public display!
Again I want to thank all of you for your kindness and hard work. I am
at home and will be working on my network this week as I await some more
gear to come in to get a few more backhaul links in. Any of you ready
for another round down there? If you havent been to Bay St. Louis,
Diamondhead, Waveland or Pearlington - - - - - - you aint seen a thing.
I need some help for this weekend or first part of next week. I need a
couple climbers as well as a few installers. I need some help re-vamping
the network in South Mississippi as the original plan does have its
faults. I have Steve Milton in Seattle who is the Cisco gate keeper and
he has done an outstanding job. He is just a phone call away with any
changes we need. I think if I can get MCI to give us a full Class C we
would be in good shape there and then we could just assign public IPs to
all routers on the network. The ATAs have given us fits with NAT and I
think that we now have Aaron supplying us with the Linksys - 2 port ATA
and firewall routers that will enable us to build a highly reliable and
redundant backhaul and AP scenario. (THANKS Aaron)
Maximum Access, LLC.
www.radioresponse.org (Katrina relief efforts)
318-728-8600 - Rayville
318-376-2562 - cell
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