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As a result of Leo's and my findings, I motion that one of the items to go on the big meeting agenda is a Census Committee." Ralph: "Well, I'll be a son of a bitch! You've got about a dozen irons in the fire, Ralph, and I think we'd all agree you've kept them turning nicely--" Larry: "Boy, I'll say." Glen: "--but even if we've only been getting four loners a day, that still adds up to almost thirty a week.And my guess is we're getting more like twelve or fourteen. and go back to your room." "You asked me to sit down! CHAPTER 54 Excerpts from the Minutes of the Permanent Free Zone Committee Meeting August 19, 1990 This meeting was held at the apartment of Stu Redman and Fran Goldsmith. From then until now she had never touched one of these triangular spiders made of pressed fiberboard. Somewhere the dark man was abroad in the night, and she spoke two words like an incantation to all the black spirits that had ever been-- incantation and invitation: "Tell me." And beneath her fingers, the planchette began to write.That would allow the time necessary to work with Tom, he added.Nick said that, with the exception of Tom Cullen, who will be told when to come back by means of a posthypnotic suggestion, the other two must be told to come back when their own discretion advises them to, but that the weather could become a factor--there can be heavy snow in the mountains by the first week of October.
To recap, the committee has decided to ask Judge Farris, Tom Cullen, and Dayna Jurgens to go." Fran: "Well, if Glen's right, it means we're going to need to hire a bigger hall for the next meeting. If there are going to be eight hundred people here by the twenty-fifth, we'll never cram them all into Chautauqua Auditorium." Ralph: "Jesus, I never thought of that. Stu then moved that we hold the meeting on August 25 in Munzinger Auditorium at C. Anyhow, after we went out to the Chautauqua Auditorium, Leo and I went over to Charlie Impening's house. The house is empty, Charlie's things are gone, and so is Charlie's BSA." Some uproar from the committee, also profanity which, while colorful, does not have any place in this record. I'm asking you if you want to allow a brain-drain to go on, in light of our Adversary." Fran: "I still hate it. " Glen: "Do you want him to know our strength of numbers? Stu then motioned that we table the whole idea of locking people up for contrary views. Glen: "You better get used to the idea that you're going to have to deal with this sooner or later, and probably sooner.I told you guys I wasn't cut out for this work." Stu: "Relax, Ralph, you're doing fine." Sue: "So where are we going to hold the goddam meeting? U., which had a bigger capacity--probably over a thousand. Glen: "Before we move on, I'd like to point out that there's another good reason to have a Census Committee, one that's a little more serious than knowing how much dip and how many bags of chips to bring to the party. Ralph then asked what good it would do for us to know who is leaving. Charlie Impening spilling his guts to Flagg is bad enough. we're elected indefinitely, did any of you think of that?They don't just run up to one of us and announce themselves, you know, and with Mother Abagail gone, there's no one place where you can count on them going after they arrive." Fran Goldsmith then seconded Glen's motion that the committee put a Census Committee on the agenda for the meeting on August 25, said committee to be responsible for keeping a roll of every Free Zone member. don't we have enough other things to worry about without hacking around with a bunch of diddly-shit bureaucracy? What other key pieces of information do we have, Glen?Larry: "I'm all for that if there's some good, practical reason for doing it. " Fran: "I can see one valid reason right now, Larry." Larry: "What's that? " It was voted 7-0 to put the Census Committee on the agenda of the next public meeting. Maybe it's just paranoia, but I could swear that there have been faces I've gotten used to seeing that just aren't around anymore. You're putting me in the position of having to advocate repression, and I think that's very unfair. How wonderful for us." Glen: "Fran, are you prepared to take the chance that someone may leave here with a key piece of information in his pocket? For the most part, aren't we just wandering around without a clue? " Fran said she'd rather have it that way than start locking people up because they didn't like the way we were running things.
Glen: "We don't have any way of accurately estimating how many standees and sittees we had, but my memory of the gathering is fairly clear and I'd have to say that one hundred would be a terribly conservative estimate.