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- February 13, 1953
- Ruskin,FL on LIL Manatee River
- Military History,Science,Geography,Military Plastic Modeling,Scenario Paintball
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13 July 2011 - 07:42 AMDear Brian:
I understand completely, and have seen some hints in a little of what I have been reading on SO forums.
I know your not thru completely with paintball, just making a shift in your priorites.
Keep in touch let me know where your gona be playing in the future.
What little powers I have are at your disposal, If I can help in anyway.
The old saying applies here: "When one door closes another opens"
06 May 2011 - 05:53 AMRandy Hayes will be lifted up for prayer, I will see that my whole church will be praying for him.
Thanks for the heads up...
23 March 2011 - 05:43 PMWednesday evening and I am bummed I thought my broken ribs might have healed a little better by now. NOT!
I told you Cookie I'd be there injured or not, but I can't and that's hurting worse than my injury.
I will however be praying for good weather safity for you all. Have a blast.
21 February 2011 - 12:55 PMBrian you and I are old school so to speak. We abide by the rules set down that everyone agreed at in the players meeting.
I refed the super 7 NPPL at Tampa Fl. In 2004. I was the chrono judge at the chronic field. I never had the problems your attested to from this past weekend collage tourn. I can't understand why no one today, mostley younger players don't realize the rules are there for there safity and enjoyment of the game. I have seen exactly what your polst talks about in PSP/NPPL tourn. Maybe not a blatent but there are always thoes who will play the game and not say a thing till they got home and then come unglued online. Makes no sense to me. I think if you have a complaint you need to voice it a the time of the event. If I were reffing I would have abided by the rules that were set down at the begining.
I couldn't agree with you more. I did the super 7 NPPL at tampa because I wanted to learn more about tournement speedball. I did, I did such a good job running the chrono on the chronic field that they wanted me to chrono on the main NPPL field for the finals. It was such fun and I learned a lot. But I don't think I will ever want to do it again. Reffing is a hard enough and thankless job no matter how much you get paid for it. Players need to voice there complaints at the event and no after the fact thats kind of a cowards way to do, not honorable at all.
19 February 2011 - 06:08 AMI'm moving to this area from Charlotte next week and would like to meet some players for same outlaw games. hit me up if you are interested.
Hey Reven911: Wow you lived in Charlotte SC, man you were in the new hot bed of PB. Bear Claw ect. Where are you moving too?
Fla. use to be the scenario capital of PB back in the days of "The Survival Zone" in Ocala run by Wayne Dollack. Not speaking about "Waynes World" The Survival Zone was waynes old field. Many memories of great scenario games long time gone. Hope you find what your looking for. Best wishes.