Solving the mystery of the AIM Incorporation supporters' list
Original post made by Oxymo Ron, another community, on Apr 13, 2008
It is quite simple to explain that one can be listed by AIM as supporting incorporation, but does not support the AIM incorporation proposal.
A joyous oxymoron.
In fact, all you have go do is say you support incorporation in any form and AIM will put you on the list. You need not be a resident within the boundaries of AIM's Town of Alamo. In fact, you need not have any interest in supporting the incorporation of the Town of Alamo.
All that is necessary is to ask to be put on the list. There is no test, no review, no qualifications, and no limitations.
I support incorporation and now all you have to do is guess what I mean by that.
One HAL of a Pal
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