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PostPosted: Fri Sep 16, 2011 7:54 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Two questions on the Pelican:

We have the Pelican Constitution posted up on our site, but I need to verify whether it has been altered.

1 -- Who wrote the Constitution? (I imagine a cabal of fattened viceroys sucking corncob pipes, addressing each other as thee and thou and taking the lordy Framers of the Constitution, when we all know they are just farmers)

2 -- Who rewrote the Constitution, and did the rewrite and amendment of the rules pass by the strict procedural mechanism as outlined very specifically in said document?

Since we are not allowed on the pier and to send pms may take more of my inherently croesusian time than I can afford to lend (at high interest, of course, no mental debt ceiling in THIS double house), I offer my questions to the rabid majority.

I appreciate, welcome, attend, and desire your responses.
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 16, 2011 8:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 16, 2011 8:12 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I might be able to provide some background after a meeting this morning.

I was not "aware" of any recently discussed changes. There might have been some changes discussed from last year that were put in BUT that hasn't crossed my desk so to speak.

Is there something specific of note or concern?
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 16, 2011 8:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Certainly there are a few specifics that result in a disalignment between the constitutional written word and its practice and implementation.

I am concerned because I wish for our team to possess as much knowledge about this event as the host team. If ignorance is our downfall it is only because it is more easily avoided than polio.
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 16, 2011 9:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here's last year's players meeting. Some changes have been made to the "Rules of Disc Golf" as they've changed since last year, but other than that there have been no changes to the Rules of the Pelican. What's the issue, Paul?

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2010 Pelican On-Line Players Meeting

2010 Pelican,
August 21, 2010
Ettyville Super Spin Disc Golf Course


General

This is the Players Meeting so please read and be familiar with it’s contents.

Be at your starting tee for your start time. The earliest start time will be 9 am sharp.

You are traveling in foursomes for the first three rounds.

We are playing Ettyville Super Spin Disc Golf Course, Ettyville, Ontario. This is a private course owned, managed, maintained and designed by John Pytel. Please be respectful of the land, the fauna and flora and especially the crops. Littering WILL NOT be tolerated. Biodegradable materials (banana peels, apple cores) can be returned to the Earth, but off the fairways (into the woods). Plastic bottles and cans can be left at the cooler stops, but it would be preferred if you bring them back home with you and recycle them accordingly.

Cooler stops are located around the course. Taking from the coolers is cool, but remember that these beverages are not donations to the tournament, and you need to pay for the stuff you consume. Payments are "hidden" from John in the form of "donations". Please be generous. John is.

All Rounds are Match Play Format.

First Round will be Ettyville Pro Tees--numbers 1-9. The first round is Best-Disc Doubles. You will travel in Foursomes (1 Montreal Doubles team vs. 1 Ottawa Doubles team).

Second Round will be Ettyville Pro Tee--numbers 10-18. The second round is Alternating-Shot Doubles. You will travel in Foursomes.

Third Round will be Ettyville AM (Mids) Tees--numbers 1-3, 10, 14-18. The third round is Best-Score Doubles. You will travel in Foursomes.

Fourth and Final Round will be Ettyville Shorts Tees numbers 1-18. The third round is Singles. You will travel in Twosomes.

If at the end of 9 holes - for Rounds 1-3 - there is a tie the match is halved. Each team will earn .5 points.
If at the end of the Fourth Round 18 holes there is a tie, the match is halved. Each team will earn .5 points.

You need only play the amount of holes needed to determine a winner.

After the First Round we will gather at the 10th Tee to go through the Captains draw and match and send you back out. We will start the 2nd round 10 minutes after the last group has finished and has a player at the 10th tee.
After the Second Round we will gather at the tee of #1.
After the Third Round we will gather at Tournament Central for LUNCH.
Please plan accordingly for your nutrition, as you’ll be playing 3 rounds of 9 before an official lunch break.


Holing Out
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803.13 Holing Out

A. A player who fails to play any hole or fails to hole out on any hole during the round may be disqualified, at the discretion of the director, using the following guidelines:
(1) Holes missed due to late arrival may be scored and penalized according to section 1.5 B of the Competition Manual.
(2) Inadvertently failing to hole out (as determined by a majority of the group or an official) shall result in 2 penalty throws being added to the number of throws plus penalty throws already taken on the hole. The hole shall then be considered completed.
(3) Intentionally failing to hole out (emergency, injury, plane flight, etc.) constitutes withdrawal from competition. The player shall be withdrawn from competition and officially listed as "Did Not Finish" on the scorecard and in the event results.

B. Disc Entrapment Devices: In order to hole out, the thrower must release the disc and it must come to rest supported by the chains and/or the inner cylinder (bottom and inside wall) of the tray. It may be additionally supported by the pole. A disc observed by two or more players of the group or an official to have entered the target below the top of the tray or above the bottom of the chain support is not holed out.

C. Object Targets: In order to hole out, the thrower must release the disc and it must strike the marked target area on the object as specified by the director.

Your opponent may also pick your disc up.

OB and Added Penalty Strokes

2m rule IS NOT in effect.

Crops are soybeans and OB - or SOB.

Hole # 5. OB left (long strip of grass separates 5 and 7 on the left)
Hole # 6. Water is OB.
Hole # 7. OB left (long strip of grass separates 5 and 7 on the left) OB ends as the small clump of trees as the end of the grass strip. You pass the trees perpendicular to the strip and OB ends.
Hole # 18. OB is long grass along the right side (parallel to the road). OB ditch/long grass in front of the green.

All soybean crops are OB. They can come into play on #1,2,3,4,5,7,8,10,17,18!!! The OB starts at the first line of soy bean crops.

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B. A player whose disc is considered out-of-bounds shall receive one penalty throw. The player may elect to play the next shot from:
(1) The previous lie as evidenced by the marker disc or, if the marker disc has been moved from an approximate lie, as agreed to by the majority of the group or an official;
or (2) A lie that is up to one meter away from and perpendicular to the point where the disc last crossed into out-of-bounds, as determined by a majority of the group or an official. This holds true even if the direction takes the lie closer to the hole;
or (3) Within the designated Drop Zone, if provided. These options may be limited by the tournament director as a special condition (see 804.01).

There are no Drop Zones provided.

The Rough
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803.05 Obstacles and Relief
A. Obstacles to a Stance or Throwing Motion: Players must choose a stance which results in the least movement of any part of any obstacle except as allowed for casual obstacles by 803.05 C. No relief is granted from park equipment (such as signs, trash cans, picnic tables, etc.) as they are considered part of the course. Once a legal stance is taken, a player may not move an obstacle (or hold it back or bend it) in order to make room for a throwing motion. It is legal for a player’s throwing motion to make incidental movement of an obstacle.

B. Obstacles Between the Lie and Hole: A player may not move, alter, bend, break, or hold back any part of any obstacle, including casual obstacles, between the lie and the hole, with one exception: A player may move obstacles between the lie and the hole that became a factor during the round, such as spectators, players’ equipment, open gates, or branches that fell during the round. Where it is not known if an obstacle has become a factor during a round, it shall not be moved. It is legal for a player’s throwing motion to make incidental movement of an obstacle.

C. Casual Obstacles: A player may obtain relief only from the following obstacles: casual water, loose leaves or debris, broken branches no longer connected to a tree, motor vehicles, harmful insects or animals, players’ equipment, spectators, or any item or area specifically designated by the director before the round. Obstacles may not be moved if any part of the obstacle is between the lie and the hole. The type of relief a player may obtain is based on the location of the obstacle and is limited as follows:
(1) Casual obstacles between the lie and the hole: A player may move obstacles which became a factor during the round as described by 803.05 B.
(2) Casual obstacles to stance or throwing motion: The player must first attempt to remove the obstacle unless a portion of the obstacle is also between the lie and the hole. If it is impractical to move the obstacle, or if a portion of the obstacle is also between the lie and the hole, the player’s lie may be relocated to the nearest lie which is no closer to the hole, is on the line of play, and is not more than five meters from the original lie, as agreed to by a majority of the group or an official (unless greater casual relief is announced by the director). Alternatively, the player may declare an unplayable lie and proceed in accordance with 803.06.
(3) Casual obstacles to a run-up: The player may move the obstacle provided no part of the obstacle is between the lie and the hole. No other relief is provided.

D. In situations where it is unclear if an object may be moved or other relief obtained, it shall be determined by a majority of the group or an official.

E. A player shall receive one penalty throw, without a warning, for violation of an obstacle or relief rule.

F. A player who purposely damages anything on the course shall receive two penalty throws, without a warning, if observed by two or more players of the group or an official. The player may also be disqualified from the tournament, in accordance with section 804.05 A (2).



Other Rules of Disc Golf

As we all know, most DG rules are enforced with "two or more players" needed to call anything. This may be impossible as when you are traveling in twosomes. So be honest and be fair and be aware of your actions. There will be at least two Marshals on the course - John Pytel, and Ben Svetkoff. They can be used to come to a decision if the card can't. Other golfers on the course that are not part of the Pelican competition are not marshals and opinions do not matter. Caddies and other “fans” are not marshals and cannot call fouls or back up a foul called.

Caddies
801.01 Courtesy
D. Players are responsible for the actions of their caddies.
Players shall receive warnings and penalties (where applicable) for the
actions of their caddies.

Lunch

John will be selling hot dogs and hamburgers between the third and final round. All proceeds will go back into the course.

Please plan accordingly for your nutrition, as you’ll be playing 3 rounds of 9 before an official lunch break.

And All the Other Stuff


Please respect the Parking Lot and “lawn road” when driving up to tournament central.

All cigarette butts must be taken home with you. Discarding of cigarette butts on the course will be considered littering and could result in disqualification from the tournament.

Please be discrete when around the home. Children are around, and not only John’s. Many of the Pytel boy’s friends are often over playing and hanging out.

There are no baskets close to tournament central so teams are encouraged to bring portables to warm-up.

Team shirts must be worn while playing.

Professionalism is encouraged.

Any questions or concerns can be directed to your team captain.


Please be familiar with the Pelican Rules:

Rules and Regulations for a Tournament
1. Overview
(a) The event shall be called The Pelican.
(b) The event shall be a contest between the Association Disc Golf du Montreal (ADGM) and
the Ottawa Disc Golf Club (ODGC), hereafter referred to as the organizations.
(c) The event shall be played at the Ettyville Super Spin Disc Golf Course, hereafter referred to as the host course, in the latter half of the fair weather disc golf season.
(d) The event shall be an annual event.
(e) The event shall be a one-day event.
(f) The event shall consists of four (3) rounds of nine (9) holes of doubles competitive play, and one (1) round of eighteen (1Cool holes of singles competitive play.
(g) The tournament director shall be the Course Manager of the host course, or their proxy.
(h) The tournament director shall not compete in the event.
(i) The rules of disc golf as determined by the PDGA shall govern all competitive play during the event.

2. Players
(a) There shall be two types of player: participating players and substitute players.
(b) Each player shall be an active member of their respective team's disc golf organization, participating regularly in events run by their organization through the year leading up to the event.
(c) No player shall be drafted by a team solely for the purpose of competing in the event.
(d) Where the eligibility of a player to participate in the event is disputed, the dispute shall be presented to the tournament director in the form of a protest no later than forty-eight (4Cool hours prior to the start of the event.

3. Teams
(a) Each team shall consist of eight (Cool participating players and up to two (2) substitute players.
(b) Each team shall be represented by a team captain.
(c) The team captain is not required to play in the event.
(d) A team roster shall be submitted to the tournament director no later than seven (7) days prior to the event and shall include the legal names of each participating player and substitute player, and shall clearly identify the team captain.
(e) On receipt of both team rosters, the tournament director shall provide a complete copy of both team rosters to both captains, and these shall be considered the official rosters.
(f) Any errors in, or omissions from the official rosters shall be identified within forty-eight (4Cool hours of its receipt, and may be resolved through a protest.

4. Team Captains
(a) Selection of team captains shall be the responsibility of the respective organization.
(b) The team captains shall represent their respective team, and shall be responsible for determining pairings and matches for each round of the event.

5. Substitute Players
(a) A substitute player is permitted to participate in the event if it is not possible for one (1) of the eight (Cool participating players to compete.
(b) A substitute player may take the place of any participating player prior to the start of any round of play during the course of the event.
(c) Once a substitute player has taken the place of a participating player, the participating player replaced by the substitute player shall be eliminated from any further competition for the duration of the event, and the substitute player shall be considered a participating player.

6. Pairing and Match Selection
(a) Prior to the start of each round, the team captains and tournament director shall assemble to determine the matches for the upcoming round.
(b) The tournament director shall facilitate the selection of competitors.
(c) The captains shall be identified as a first captain and a second captain.
(d) Where the match is to be contested by individual participating players, the selection of players shall take place in turns in the following order:
i. The first captain shall name the participating player on their team to compete in the first match.
ii. The second captain shall name the participating player on their team who will compete with the participating player named by the first captain.
iii. The second captain shall name the participating player on their team to compete in the second pairing.
iv. The first captain shall name the participating player on their team who will compete with the participating player named by the second captain to compete in the second pairing.
v. The sequence shall be repeated until all matches have been determined.
(e) Where the match is to be contested by teams of two participating players, the selection of players shall take place as it would for individual participating players, except the captains shall name pairings of two players with each turn.
(f) The first captain shall change with each round.
(g) The first captain of the first round shall be determined by a toss of a coin.
(h) Each team captain may bring one (1) witness with them to the assembly, but no other person may attend.

7. Rounds
All rounds are played according to a match play format.
(1). First Round
(a) The first round shall be of the scramble format, also known as best disc, where each player in a pairing of two tees off on each hole, and the players decide which shot was best. Every player then plays his/her second shot from the lie of where the best shot has come to rest, and the procedure is repeated until the hole is finished.
(b) Four (4) pairings from each team compete in four matches.
(2). Second Round
(a) The second round shall be of the foursome format, also known as alternating shot, where each pairing of two players throws only one shot at a time, and players alternate playing it. For example, if players A and B form a pairing, A tees off on the first hole, B will play the second shot, A the third, and so on until the hole is finished. On the second hole, B will tee off (regardless who played the last putt on the first hole), then A plays the second shot, and so on.
(b) Four (4) pairings from each team compete in four matches.
(3). Third Round
(a) The third round shall be of the four-disc format, also known as best score, where each player in a pairing of two players plays his/her own disc and for the pairing, the lower score on each hole is counted.
(b) Four (4) pairings from each team compete in four matches.
(4). Fourth Round
(a) The fourth round shall be of a match play format, where players compete one-on-one.
(b) Eight (Cool participating players compete in eight matches.

8. Points
(a) A total of one (1) point will be awarded for each match played in each round.
(b) The winning team will be awarded one (1) point for each match they win out-right.
(a) A match that ends "all square" shall see each team awarded one-half (½ ) point.

9. Determining a winner
The winning team shall be the team that accumulates more than half of the total points available to be won.

10. Tie breaker
(a) In the event of a tie following the completion of the final match of the final round, all participants in matches that ended "all square" in the final round will prepare to resume their match in a sudden death format, beginning on the hole determined by the tournament director. These shall be called tie breaker matches and shall be played as a continuation of the fourth round match.
(b) If no matches ended in a draw, the captains shall identify one player from their team to complete a sudden death tie breaker match played under the rules for the fourth round, and that determination shall be made to the tournament director and without knowledge of who the other team is selecting. The team winning this match wins the tie breaker.
(c) Only an odd number of matches shall be used to play the tie breaker. Following completion of the fourth round, if there are an even number of matches available to be contested as tie breaker matches, one of those matches shall be selected randomly by the tournament director and that match shall immediately end "all square". The tie breaker will then be determined by the remaining matches.

11. Protests
(a) The tournament director shall be the adjudicator of any dispute that arrises during the event and the decision of the tournament director shall be final.
(b) Any protest relating to the eligibility of a player shall be resolved within twenty-four (24) hours of receipt.
(c) The tournament director shall apply the principal of fairness and impartiality in coming to any judgment made necessary by a protest.
(d) There is no appeal for any decision made regarding a protest.

12. Rules Amendments and Modifications
(a) The rules of this event may only be modified through unanimous agreement of the ADGM, the ODGC, and Ettyville Super Spin.
(b) An application to modify the rules of the event shall be submitted in writing to each of the respective parties who shall review the amendment and indicate their support or objection to the amendment within fourteen (14) calendar days of receipt of the application.

13. Ownership and Rights
(a) The Pelican is the shared property of the ODGC and the ADGM, hereafter referred to as "the parties” and all rights to the name, logos, slogans, and other intellectual property associated with the event are shared exclusively by the ODGC and the ADGM. No other rights to intellectual property owned by the ADGM or the ODGC are implied.
(b) The ODGC and the ADGM hereby agree that no license to said intellectual property shall be granted to a third party without the permission of both the ODGC and the ADGM except where that license is granted for the purpose of producing goods associated with the running of the event. Said goods must be made in good taste, and are not meant to imply either implicitly or explicitly any reference whatsoever to the other party. Said goods are limited to clothing and equipment articles to be used by captains, players, substitute players, tournament directors, and volunteers during the event, and they shall not be produced for any commercial purpose

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 16, 2011 10:08 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

vinylfactory wrote:
Certainly there are a few specifics that result in a disalignment between the constitutional written word and its practice and implementation.

I am concerned because I wish for our team to possess as much knowledge about this event as the host team. If ignorance is our downfall it is only because it is more easily avoided than polio.


I excel at ignorance and bad grammer and spelling. How can I be of assistance?

I'll game up on the legalese of the documentation I have.
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 16, 2011 10:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

FYI - This was just posted on the ADGM by me.

The pressure gauge is reading high in these final days of Pelican preparations. Gut check times are a coming....

Some details/reminders:

1) Course is open for practice Saturday.
2) Falling colours is on Saturday at Camp Fortune and is the best value $15/$20 tournament out there.
3) Camping is available at Ettyville Saturday night (no charge)

In other words if you haven't made plans to come to Ottawa for this weekend you're missing out.

Coolers will be in effect. I'm not buying a whole bunch of liquids so please bring your favourites to enjoy as well.

Sliders are on. I've got a bunch of burgers in the freezer that I'll cook up for lunch.

I'll have coffee available Sunday morning. Maybe even some Ceasars as I remember a few morning Ceasars last year.

Any questions or comments just get a hold of me.

Best of luck and looking forward to seeing you guys/gals again.
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 16, 2011 10:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The only thing I haven't be able to confirm is "hot rod" Ben....

What say you Ben?

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 16, 2011 10:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

vinylfactory wrote:
Since we are not allowed on the pier


The only ODGC members that have access to the Pier are the ODGC Pelican team members. I assume this thread is used to discuss practicing, strategies etc. Allowing the opponent access to this site will never happen.

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12. Rules Amendments and Modifications
(a) The rules of this event may only be modified through unanimous agreement of the ADGM, the ODGC, and Ettyville Super Spin.


If there were any changes, the ADGM would have to approve them.

edit: clarified ODGC Pelican team members
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I will be there. I won't be able to pull of the mustache look however.
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Steve Rydell wrote:
I will be there. I won't be able to pull of the mustache look however.


But he has the outfit!
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Steve Rydell wrote:
I will be there. I won't be able to pull of the mustache look however.


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 16, 2011 11:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Okay, thank you for the replies.

Pytel, et. al.: The Pelican Constitution which was posted on the ADGM site was wrong at least in one instance, although I have not had the time to check the differences with the document as posted by pytel.

The first discrepancy which I was interested in was that in the Constitution which the ADGM has, the format lists 4 rounds of 9 holes, even though the common assumption was 18 holes. So, I was wondering why the discrepancy, and if this was an overlooked discrepancy, my next thought had been what other discrepancies might there be between teh constitutionally-provided clauses and those in common usage.

I assume that this change from 9 to 18 hole in the final round was suggested, vetted, and approved by the parties as stipulated in the Constitution.

And yes, Mike, I am aware of Article 12 and its due process. I was asking because I was fearing this particular clause might not have been fulfilled to its letter.

Seeing as how we have posted an older form of the Pelican Constitution, and further seeing as how we were not being provided clear direction on this urgent matter, I felt it necessary to contact the Host and the home team for proper clarification.

I shall study the two documents and see what further discrepancies arise. In the meantime I shall post this document on the adgm site so that our team may know properly the rules to the event into which we are somewhat blindly entering.
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vinylfactory wrote:
Okay, thank you for the replies.

Pytel, et. al.: The Pelican Constitution which was posted on the ADGM site was wrong at least in one instance, although I have not had the time to check the differences with the document as posted by pytel.

The first discrepancy which I was interested in was that in the Constitution which the ADGM has, the format lists 4 rounds of 9 holes, even though the common assumption was 18 holes. So, I was wondering why the discrepancy, and if this was an overlooked discrepancy, my next thought had been what other discrepancies might there be between teh constitutionally-provided clauses and those in common usage.

I assume that this change from 9 to 18 hole in the final round was suggested, vetted, and approved by the parties as stipulated in the Constitution.

And yes, Mike, I am aware of Article 12 and its due process. I was asking because I was fearing this particular clause might not have been fulfilled to its letter.

Seeing as how we have posted an older form of the Pelican Constitution, and further seeing as how we were not being provided clear direction on this urgent matter, I felt it necessary to contact the Host and the home team for proper clarification.

I shall study the two documents and see what further discrepancies arise. In the meantime I shall post this document on the adgm site so that our team may know properly the rules to the event into which we are somewhat blindly entering.


They may be working with the first run of this thing. It was 18 holes last year and the 2010 Players Meeting was sent to the ADGM Captain last year.
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 16, 2011 11:57 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I had sent the latest to Pat early this week.
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 16, 2011 12:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Jefrey A. Brother wrote:
They may be working with the first run of this thing. It was 18 holes last year and the 2010 Players Meeting was sent to the ADGM Captain last year.


I have confirmed that on August 20th, 2010, I sent the Players Meeting to Pat H., John P. and Paul Bourgeois. It's the same as the above, with the the Rules of DG updated.
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 16, 2011 12:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thank you BBP and Roxie.

We WERE reading the first draft, basing much of our knowledge only from this document.

Now that we all have the players' meeting notes we may all be ready and on the same page.

Thank you for levelling the playing field. The ODGC has enough advantages as it is without the need for us invoking the full disclosure clause. big grin
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 16, 2011 12:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

vinylfactory wrote:
Thank you BBP and Roxie.

We WERE reading the first draft, basing much of our knowledge only from this document.

Now that we all have the players' meeting notes we may all be ready and on the same page.

Thank you for levelling the playing field. The ODGC has enough advantages as it is without the need for us invoking the full disclosure clause. big grin


You make it seem like we were keeping this a secret?
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 16, 2011 1:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Not you guys, never. You post information in easy to find places. Love the stickies.

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 16, 2011 2:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Bee was just trying to sneak in The Pier for some intel.

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