And causing a problem that is useless by not waiting on an answer. That tends to be the method operandus with some posts here and it is unfortunate.
Tim emailed at 15:58 my time, I responded at 16:08 my time with a question back to him for clarification. He immediately posted a clubs post instead of answering my question. The next email received from him was at 16:35 stating that he had lost all faith in all of Pogo leagues and will not participate.
Now, when responding to this email, I did not look to see what level of membership that Tim was, as some will always want to shout about, I also was not able to look at the help topic or the actual tourney to decipher what Tim meant in his email and is why I asked him. The nurses in the ICU are not taking too kindly to me sitting in the room on my laptop, but I told them I have work to do, so I am doing the best that I can, the fastest that I can.
Can't we just follow protocol and keep something that was a mistake most likely from becoming a sounding board for everyone to "speak their minds"? I am sure as a player maybe all of us have played a format wrong, or as a TD, we have made a mistake. Why does everyone have to tear apart other's mistakes and make it such a huge deal in clubs?
That is what makes the sour attitudes around Eliters in my opinion. You guys want to know where the players and TDs are? Well, maybe they got a sour taste.