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Felix Estridge

There has been quite a bit of feedback on the Oath proxy pages and their reference still to 2010.  They have been updated for anyone who still wants to sign it by proxy for placement into the Oath Book once it is removed from storage inside the time capsule in 2035.  Those files now replace the old ones here.

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Frankk1037

Thank you for your work on this. 

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Santa Timothy SC

Thank you so much for these ...I downloaded the originals with the 2010 dates and thought that I would not be able to sign until 2035 when the time capsule will be opened for a year and then rededicated ... God willing I will still be around in 2035!

I look forward to attending the opening of the time capsule and re-dedication if I am able to ...

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Rob Thompson

HI

Where can I find the pdf of this please or am I too late?

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Felix Estridge
1 hour ago, Rob Thompson said:

HI

Where can I find the pdf of this please or am I too late?

Thanks

Scroll up to the top of this page and in my post there, a link on the word "here" at the end is where to find it.

And you are not too late

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Rob Thompson
3 minutes ago, Felix Estridge said:

Scroll up to the top of this page and in my post there, a link on the word "here" at the end is where to find it.

And you are not too late

Many thanks Felix

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Rosyth Santa Claus

Not sure who it was that responded to my wife with an email return address back in September but thank you . All signed and emailed back. 

I know the copyright States that it cant be used/displayed on social media which is a shame as I only use my Facebook page , would there ever be any thing that could be use on them that won't conflict with copyright.  

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Felix Estridge
3 hours ago, Rosyth Santa Claus said:

I know the copyright States that it cant be used/displayed on social media which is a shame as I only use my Facebook page , would there ever be any thing that could be use on them that won't conflict with copyright.

No, sir.  Under the current design of the Terms & Conditions of every single social media platform, whatever you post becomes their property to use as they see fit.  The Oath stands for something that cannot be misused, so we would never until that changes. And I don't see that ever changing.

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Rosyth Santa Claus
8 hours ago, Felix Estridge said:

No, sir.  Under the current design of the Terms & Conditions of every single social media platform, whatever you post becomes their property to use as they see fit.  The Oath stands for something that cannot be misused, so we would never until that changes. And I don't see that ever changing.

Totally understandable and I definitely agree with that now knowing the full background. Thank you so much 

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