If you were a partof this debacle, the documents at right will be a blast from the past. Those are scans of the founding charter of the 91st street chapter of the Quality Donut Alliance (QDA). The QDA was set up as a means to get more really good donuts at work, especially donuts from Falls House of Cakes - the ultimate donut shop, in my opinion. And at first it worked. The early members brought in tasty donuts to share with other QDA members. Leftovers were shared at large. But many people joined rather than wait for whatever was left. Unfortunately, those late-comers didn't have the same committment to quality donuts that the original group did. Eventually, people started bringing in crappy stuff instead of quality donuts. I seem to recall some home made brownies appearing. Then, the bitching began. The rules against brining in crap were noted in the charter they'd signed. Still, they bitched. And not to me, but to management. Yes, this glorious experiment in donut ascendancy brought pretty much nothing but hassles. I offer the document for your perusal. If you start a local branch, please let me know! I wish you much donut luck!
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