membership with mirth manufacturing concern is available in the following four categories:
Class A Members
You're an individual sentient being, and you've earned the right to vote.  You have a salary cap that is half that of a non-voting individual, proof of your philanthropic nature and respect for the philosophy that the concern was founded on.  You're elegible to be on the board of directors and you'll be invited to all the important meetings.

Class B Members
You're an individual sentient being, likely someone who values money greatly because your salary cap is twice that of a voting individual.  You can still contribute quality feedback, ideas, and of course everything else you're great at, to the concern, and the concern in turn will respect your contributions by paying for it.

Class C Members
You're a business and you've earned the right to vote.  Maybe it's because you've invested greatly into the resources of mirth manufacturing concern, even if it is self-serving, providing extra resources so that we can make commercial videos or manufacture some widget for yourself or your shareholders.  Maybe it's because you're business is directly in line with the philosophy that the concern was founded on and you're willing to give other members a good deal on your products/services.  Likely it's some combination of things that make the board of directors think you're great enough to warrant a vote, and an invitation to all the important meetings.


Class D Members
You're a business and you want to be affiliated with the concern.  Maybe it's because we have some mutually beneficial project where we need your resources, or you need ours.  Maybe it's because you're willing to give other members a deal on your products/services.  Likely it's some combination of things that warrants some mutual respect, but for whatever reason you don't represent a vote in our corporate affairs.
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membership with mirth manufacturing concern is assessed on a case-by-case basis.
All memberships are subject to the following maintenance clause, included on the back of your membership certificate:

Membership in mirth manufacturing concern (the concern) shall be maintained on the basis of service relating to the member’s area of expertise volunteered to the concern for not less than twelve hours annually, and service not directly relating to the member’s area of expertise volunteered to the concern for not less than twelve hours annually, or the equivalent in other resources as determined by the authorizing director(s).
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