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30 October 2012 - 09:45 PMMany years ago, when shit went down between me and the PBN community, who shared my WIFE'S personal information with Ed Reiker? Including her full legal name and her cell phone number?
Given how sketchy your memory is, most likely it was you.
It certainly wasn't me. I'm not sure I've ever even known your wife's name. I certainly can't recall it now. And hate to break it to you, but several years ago I didn't even know who you were. Now I just wish I didn't.
Back on topic, I'll assume your complete change of topic constitutes your acceptance that your previous allegations were complete crap.
30 October 2012 - 01:02 PMThe biggest issue I have with the current PSP Rules on the tiebreaker is that it isn't a point differential.
I'm not sure you understand the PSP rules.
The tie-breaker *IS* points differential (margin). In this case, however, all three teams had the SAME point differential, +6, so then the NEXT tie-breaker applies, which is total points scored. If that's the same, the tiebreaker after that is game time remaining in matches won.
30 October 2012 - 12:57 PMI see Mike is off in fantasy land again.
whew, much respect for them for speaking out. But knowing the history of the PSP / Chris Raehl, speaking out publicly about ANYTHING in regards to the PSP, especially criticism, is a deathwish
Are you new to paintball? There's people speaking out publicly about PSP all over the internet all the time. None of them are dead.
QuoteThey love to ban & punish ANYONE who speaks out publicly, off the field and on. Everything from Raehl threatening to perm ban your APPA ID,
People banned from APPA all fall into one of three categories:
- People who have assaulted other players/staff
- People who lie about or misrepresent their name/birthdate to play illegally.
That's it. There is not a single person banned from APPA for saying something, nor has there ever been.
Quoteto the PSP just banning your entire team all together
No one has ever been banned from PSP for saying something.
QuoteRule #1 about the PSP - If you play the PSP, you don't EVER speak out publicly about anything negative about the PSP.
Except, apparently, all the people in the past 10 years who have posted in the PSP forum. Probably THOUSANDS of them. Who haven't had a single bad thing happen.
Quotehe also was mad as hell when we asked if we could combine uno and UNL to make one team because we didn't have enough people and we are the same university, credits transfer over etc just split into two cities, and he was not going to have any of that. even though everyone we wanted to have on the team was going to be appa ranked D4 and D5
The NCPA no longer permits combined teams at all. The need for that has been replaced with the pick-up team system.
But, even under the old procedure, there's no way the NCPA would have allowed a UNL-UNO combined team. University of Nebraska-Lincoln has 25,000 students. UNO has 15,000 students. There is simply no reason either of those schools need to form a combined team with anyone. When someone from UNL called and asked about it, I did get a bit irked when they insisted they just HAD to combine with UNO to play because they couldn't find 5 paintball players out of a school of 25,000, even after I suggested they do some of the things all of the other schools in the NCPA do to attract players.
It's a college league. You play with the students at your school. If you just want to play paintball tournaments with your friends, there are plenty of other leagues for that.
LOL want some insider advice that was politely shared with me? This is how you get around the NCPA nonsense-
If playing college paintball with an illegal roster is so important to you that you'd risk getting kicked out of school over it, sure, give that a try. I mean, how could anyone possibly notice that the guys in front of them in line at team check-in aren't the guys on the field?
QuoteBut then again, when you're Chris Raehl and charging $60 per ID card annually to every tournament player in paintball, I guess the "money problems" of a struggling college student don't quite register in your head
I don't charge ID card fees at all. Some leagues do. None of them charge $60. PSP charges $50, although there's an extra $10 if you wait until the event to do it. Most other leagues charge $30 or less. APPA just provides the software that tracks everything (and at PSP we run their registration for them.)
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