Lookeehere raised this the other day, and the situation with cowboykitty made me think all the more that the concept of "sponsors" in case of emergencies might be a good idea. Example: I have home addresses for two members, phone number for one, and direct e-mail addresses for about a dozen; three people have my home address (one has even been here), two or three have my phone number, and maybe a dozen have my e-mail. So, in case of emergency, members of DS can get in touch direct with me or my family. Think it's a good idea for us all to have one or two people here that we trust have our emergency contact info, just in case?
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