Fucking would not play
Posted 25 September 2014 - 05:37 PM
That's actually supposed to be Rasputin's unit. He was the first slick gansta, told Queens and princesses and such that his tool had the power to take all their sins away and heal them from whatever, that's game. Got mega amounts of poontang, lot's of young ones even though they said he stunk like a mules asshole. He could drink more Vodka than 5 Russian motorpools, he was also damn hard to kill, I've tried to pattern my life after his.
"I'm older and fatter than any of you dipshits."
Posted 25 September 2014 - 06:00 PM
Just saying,.....the streets are dead to me.
Best post ever,
DR. Yellow Visor Guy said....
"Glocks work. They're like that somewhat thick chick. They're low maintenance, will always put out and generally perform better at it than you'd expect."
Posted 26 September 2014 - 07:55 AM
Let me clarify a couple of things for the masses.
1) Practiscore works great for local matches. It adds a little time on the registration at the beginning of the match, but more than makes up for that on getting the scores out when the match is complete.
2) Scoring a local match and scoring a major match are 2 totally different ball games. You could score a local match on a napkin in crayon and most people wouldn't care. There has to be a legal paper trail complete with time stamps and signatures for major match scoring, if not the scores have no integrity.
3) My issues with the program came from attempting to talk to Ken and getting no feedback and what seemed like no willingness to improve the system. From talking to Ken recently, he seems open to making the system work for what the RM corps needs. If he is willing to work on covering the concerns of the corps then I am more than happy to try to help make improvements.
Practiscore also works great for large matches---at least, it certainly has at the Great Plains Sectional and A3 for the past couple of years. Plus we've been using it at local matches for everything.
At A3, we simply had a paper summary page that came straight from the PS review summary page, which the competitor signed and kept a copy of----which meant that we had electronic scoring, a signed paper backup, the competitor had a copy, and it took no more time than simply reading the final totals to the competitor.
Simple, follows all rules, gives concrete backup, competitor has copy.
Don't understand the problem, from an RM perspective. What issues with scoring are there?
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Posted 26 September 2014 - 08:19 AM
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