Re: [messengers] Markus Cook Award 2010 - Call for nominations

Date: 22 Sep 2010 00:55:09 +0200
From: sinya <sinya@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>


luv ya Luk!

Sinya

On Wed, Sep 22, 2010 at 12:20 AM, luk keller <lukbrokenheart@xxxxxxxxxxx>wrote:

>
>
> first
> Commandante Zero...The old man certainly deserves that trophy but if you
> wanna honour his work you should rather try to make sure his medical smoking
> supplies keep running smoothly than handing him a trophy. He's as broke as
> it gets after making this beautiful CMWC happen. Probably the trophy should
> be filled with supply.
>
> second
> I'd like to nominate Sinya, Lacko, Buppa and Nicos from Budapest. I know
> this throphy should whenever possible go to a single person. I just couldn't
> figure out who of 'em would be the one who deserves the MCA the most as the
> always operate as a team.
> First of all I think they deserve this trophy because this team (and of
> course many more hungarian helpers) provided us with two of the most
> outstanding CMCs (CMWC2001 and ECMC2010). There wasn't anybody bidding for
> the 2010 edition of the ECMC at the open forum in Berlin. Some crazy
> Hungarians put in a semi-serious bid for Budapest. I remember how Sinya and
> Lacko tried to fight it. Who's stupid enough to do this twice? they asked.
> But once we had talked them into it they took on the task and they didn't
> just do an alright job but did it another time with so much passion for the
> tiny details. I wouldn't mind having a CMC in Budapest every fucking year.
> Second: i think those guys do a lot to spread the messenger business as
> well as the use of bicycles in general. This team (or at least some of them)
> managed to open up and support courier companies in countries resp cities
> where there hasn't been messenger business before...such as Rome and
> Bratislava. They're as well part of the organization of the critical masses
> in Budapest with up to one hundred thousand participants!!!!
> Third: their appearance always adds good mellowness to whatever event,
> needed or not.
> Forth: Can't believe none of those bums made it to Panajachel.
>
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