[MR] Gaming Guild and funding
davewendelken at earthlink.net
Wed Apr 23 08:13:57 PDT 2003
Thanks for the clarification to my example!
I'm sad to say that your clarification was the best possible illustration of the reason one should avoid making direct use of SCA money whenever possible, unless one has a great tolerance for wading through this type of situation. (Lord knows, I don't!)
For the purposes of argument (and perhaps to encourage flexibility of thinking on these matters), let's consider the following scenario:
If the autocrat planned to throw the chess sets away or give them away as prizes, the autocrat could purchase them as they would no longer be considered durable goods from an accounting standpoint?
And said prize could be given to "the group that organizes the best chess tournament" at the event?
> Just one clarification about your comments on the
>autocrat buying game boards...
>> Non-SCA money example:
>> Let's say that the autocrat isn't cooperative or the
>> money just isn't in the event or group budget. What
>> can we do?
>A game board, as a durable good, could not be
>purchased as an event expense, but would rather, as
>you suggest early be bought from a groups general
>funds, as would loaner clothes, armour etc.
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