firstname.lastname@example.org and others.
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McKetsy @ OSA pic01736.pcx) (Embedded image moved to file: pic26500.pcx) 10/26/99 01:41:16
PM (Embedded image moved to file: pic09603.pcx) What is this stuff, huh?
Probably OSA logo or somesuch.
Mr. Paul Dickens, (Note misspelling of name; was my email read as
The Ontario Soccer Association sympathies with your situation. However, our policies
require a fee of $250.00 be submitted in order to file an appeal. No exceptions to this
policy are permitted. (Apart from failing spellcheck test, one wonders why
only those with money can appeal. The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, 15. (1)
states "Every individual is equal before and under the law . . . without
discrimination . . . . ")
Therefore, we require the appeal fee be submitted before we can move forward on your
If we do not receive the appeal fee at the provincial office, by certified cheque or
money order, by Monday November1, 1999 your appeal will be ruled out of order.
Yours in Soccer, (Oh, come on, sarcasm is beneath you. If you can't, with
all the evidence accept that something is rotten in this borough, then maybe there are
skeletons in the big T?)
This was my begging letter. I'm not proud,
I know there are many in my position in this wonderful, compassionate country whose MPs
have just upped their inflation proof pensions.
Paul Dickins <email@example.com> on 10/26/1999 12:15:06 AM
To: Bruce Henderson/OSA@OSA, Stephen McKetsy/OSA@OSA
Subject: Appeal: EODSA Case #:99-67
Following up on my earlier email statement re advising you of my finances, now that the
internet connection is back this evening.
I would like to summarise my financial circumstances, regarding the $250 cost of appeal.
a) No income since October 1997.
b) No UI, since had run out, during work as Owner Operator in 1996-7
c) No welfare, since wife has earnings, but we have a child so that limits her time at
d) Cost of moving to Ottawa from BC was exorbitant, apart from the damage to my health
from driving a U-Haul across the country in late December last year.
e) Only money has come from my father, to help us out, plus the referee earnings of the
summer. By the way, they haven't sent me the cheque for September to date. Probably their
usual snafu. Or sour grapes. (It's in the mail, see EODSA needs my help)
f) All my savings dissipated, all my investments gone. High level of debt to service.
I trust this enables you to come to a decision. Please contact me if you need
I would welcome an opportunity to put my case forwards wrt the obvious problems present
in the capital city.
---usual address and http info----
- Subject: Re: Appeal: EODSA Case #:99-67
- Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 13:41:16 -0400
- From: Stephen McKetsy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: Paul Dickins