PRIVILEGED and CONFIDENTIAL property of the University of Oregon Foundation

General Washington famously refused to accept a salary from the Continental Congress for his service. It’s less well known that he meticulously submitted every conceivable expense for reimbursement. While his war-time records are public, the UO Foundation claims that theirs are subject to a higher degree of privilege:

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4 Responses to PRIVILEGED and CONFIDENTIAL property of the University of Oregon Foundation

  1. Dog says:

    Further proof of the incredible nickle and dime attitude around this place. Who cares about 79 cents – what does 79 cents buy you
    any way, not even a single Taco.

    Your readers will bail you out bill, when the foundation wants you arrested over 79 cents – hell will bring tacos ….

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