January 29, 2014
To: Co-commodores of the Ocala Beer & Rafting Society:
There have been some inquiries by members of the OBRS about where the Gavel has been and what must be done if the Gavel is not passed onto another worthy recipient. First we must understand that the Gavel represents your desire to have fun and getting caught making a nautical judgment error or public miscue.
If during a time period of one full moon cycle the recipient of the Gavel does not find a suitable and worthy Co-commodore to award the Gavel, the current holder of the Gavel will provide multiple containers of the nectar of the Gods to fellow Co-commodores to help facilitate the necessary acts needed to pass along this most some esteemed award. Failure to facilitate the passing of the Gavel may result in keel hauling of the current holder of the Gavel and should be avoided at all costs.
This is only a recommendation because there is only one rule . . . “there are no rules” . . . to avoid disputes and bureaucracy. If additional guidance is needed visit T.H.E. Admiral in Yachtstown, Nebraska where all would be made clear to them.
Yours in Corinthian revelry and licentiousness,
For T.H.E Admiral (BC)
Beer & Rafting Society