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08 February 2008 - 04:55 PM
08 February 2008 - 01:26 PMI can only speak from the viewpoint of an "old dude", 35, played since '92. If it were all about winning, I would have picked up Competitive Sleeping, cuz that's pretty much what I do best.
But to address your issue, it's going to be on the player ultimately.
- You, as a commander, can find their strengths and guide them to use them for the mission at hand.
You can give positive reinforcement to positive behavior.
You can teach them how Scenario is played.
You can invite them to all of the team events on and off the field. (Which I think should be done anyway)
Allow the team to just gel, and most of the attitudes either mesh well, or people stand out, for good or bad.
But to truly change their attitude, that's an individuals choice.
Good question for this group. Keep up the good work, Commander.
08 February 2008 - 12:26 PMI was thinking, the camera man need some sort of vest the screams "Don't shoot me you fool! I'm the Media!" and still be able to carry his/her batteries, tapes, flash cards, lenses, and other equipment on the field safely. I was thinking about some sort of Media tactical Vest with hard pockets, and a clear pocket to hold his/her "press badge" and for those crazy camera guys (me) who are out at night trying to get shots; perhaps, have reflective material on the jacket with the words "MEDIA" written across the back (also in the reflective material). Maybe have chem-light attachment points too? You could go crazy and do some sort of MOLLE configuration to it.
When I'm out there, am wearing a bright orange hunting vest with no pockets. So, I really don't bring any other equipment out on the field for fear of it falling out of my pant pockets and being lost somewhere on the field. You also have worry about a stray ball flying at high speed ad smashing into a tape the you just finished recording on, breaking it.
OK, enough of my "Jibba-Jabba" but I'm sure other field photographers feel the same way.
I like this idea. While it wouldn't be very maintream, I figure someone from any field would like to have this kind of option for taking team photos or even to bring parents out on the field to see what's going on.
Good for the sport.
08 January 2008 - 06:37 PMSuperdad,
I've sent you a PM on this topic. Please reply. Thanks.
05 January 2008 - 09:59 AMYAY! So happy it wasn't a scam. I'll poll my guys and see what kind of bulk order I can place.
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