well hello sir did not know you join the NSCG whats up dude. Good to see you on the web. Hey we are having a meeting on Nov. 6 at my house in the woodlands at 730 do you believe that this is something that you would be interested in attending. Hot me back.
Dude! Good luck this comming weekend in Corpus. That event looks stacked with talent. Hey, go to the club page and hook up with the North Side Chain Gang man. We could use the experience there. Hope to see ya soon.
If you're referring to the Stahlin situation, apparently he petitioned for Am Status. He's registered with the PDGA as an Amateur. Apparently it doesn't matter if he successfully cashed for over 600 over those 14 months or so as an Open player, won an event, etc. *shrug*
I guess I'll just spend the rest of this year as an Open player, accepting cash, ask for my Am Status back and then go play AmNationals again next year. Yay. *eye roll* I wonder if he's eligible for rookie of the year in 2009 again. Ha.
I asked the question 'Did she let anyone know she had moved up" and this was the response I got back, as I don't post on the PDGA website anymore could you cut / paist this to that thread.
Well my roomate went too, and was around her a lil more since he played ams and said that's one of the reasons why she is upset. She did tell them before, right when the first round cards where sent out she said to them, "yay! I'm with you guys now, there's no other girls so I moved up to advanced". I know her main motivation for moving up was to play with the other girls, and so she'd have some competition. There was no need for her to keep it to herself, she wasn't trying to hide anything.
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Delete Comment At 3:29am on April 18th, 2008, Blazek said…
Um I don't know, But I don't see what she had to say. She didn't know that she wasn't moved up on the score cards at the time so I don't see why she felt the need to say hey I'm playing advanced since no one asked her and she thought everything was squared away. Plain and simple she didn't know that anything wrong happened until afterwards and she signed up for advanced before the tourney started. It's just one big fiasco now, and I feel bad for her. She moved up so she could play with the other girls and not the juniors. The whole thing kinda sucks for all of them, I just hope they figure out what they need to and move on.
I guess you are right. Everyone says that I should play tournaments even if i am not good yet. But i am a super competitive person and i dont like to feel under equipped..lol. It makes me mad at myself. Thats why i did roller derby first. If i was mad, i could just shove some girl over the rails....lol