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Re: dec. player appreciation game

In Reply to: dec. player appreciation game posted by on June 16, 2004 at 20:44:44:

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Posted by:
"dave from The Coalition"

on June 17, 2004 at 07:02:15

too bad its not just about being freinds --- these are competing business -- the long term affects to us as the player can great a larger impact that we might imagine -- in the northeat part of the country paint is reguarly a 100.00 as case -- the same crappy paint we pay 65 to 75 a case at a game for

if the market gets created where no one makes money-- we all lose -- if producers work together - dont schedule on top of each other - everyone makes money and we as the player win due to the varity of options that become available

the question i have asked has really not be answered by nocor
is what 68 paintball posted true?
and if so what are the reasons behind it?

we can all quess but untill nocor speaks we dont know the true facts

ps on hellfire last couple games doc from hellfire was at doc staged in our campsite -- we consider the team of hellfire to be counted amgonst freinds - doc and the kids with are good players and great guys hope to see them again soon

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