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Re: dillon wins

In Reply to: posted by on July 24, 2005 at 17:46:53:

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on July 27, 2005 at 22:17:09

Sorry Dillion, but you have come the closest so far. I asked for five fully functional paintball teams that were part of the Florida Alliance. And by that I mean if a team has say ten to fifteen players attending six or eight games a year then, and they have one or two players attending two or three games a year now, that is not fully functional. Also, if a team of ten who know each other very well, all the faults and qualities, and knows each players abilities, that is a funtional team. If that same team opens their own field, throws a free tee shirt at everyone that comes to play on the weekend, ends up with eighty or ninty players, but none of the players know each other or the abilities of the other players, that team is probably not functional. TYhe washer and dryer is still up for grabs.

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