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What learned from all the WTCs


Cheyenne Ranger, 48747L

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I faithfully read all the WTC threads and must admit I seem to learn (or remember) something from everyone.

 

I was working on stages for our match on the 23rd and for the stage with 8 KDs I was sure to put "shotgun shells may be staged on any or all shelves" ( there are 4 of them.)

 

This way I can head off potential 'discussions' ahead of time.

 

 cheyenne

 

 

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49 minutes ago, Ramblin Gambler said:

3 misses and a P.

 

Wait, what was the question? 

I think that answer was a round over the berm.:)

 

I enjoy reading the reasoning for that persons answer. Many are quite interesting.

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3 hours ago, Ramblin Gambler said:

3 misses and a P.

 

Wait, what was the question? 

no...

 

I'm sure it was icing the puck

 

(lived in NJ for 2 years as a kid and never did understand that call)

 

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3 hours ago, Cheyenne Ranger, 48747L said:

no...

 

I'm sure it was icing the puck

 

(lived in NJ for 2 years as a kid and never did understand that call)

 

 

EVERY Canadian knows the answer to that one!:rolleyes:

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What I learn from them is it's harder than you think to make the right call period. Even when sitting in the chair relaxed and with plenty of time to think many experienced shooters still make the wrong calls in the threads and PW has to rescue us........lol. So remember that when the RO has .3 seconds to assist you in the heat of battle. 

 

Remember that the next time you get upset at the RO. Or better yet don't get upset take the timer and run the next 10 shooters. Strive for perfection but understand we are all human. 

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16 hours ago, Cheyenne Ranger, 48747L said:

no...

 

I'm sure it was icing the puck

 

(lived in NJ for 2 years as a kid and never did understand that call)

 

 

You're right what was I thinking.  3 Ps and a miss!

 

I hope Icing the puck is one of the opening lines tomorrow.  If I make to the shoot, I bet it will be. 

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what I've learned is to not "think" I know the answer, but rather, look it up. follow the flow chart. don't assume anything.  

 

I follow most of the WTC threads because oddball things do happen.

 

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21 hours ago, Cheyenne Ranger, 48747L said:

I faithfully read all the WTC threads and must admit I seem to learn (or remember) something from everyone.

 

I was working on stages for our match on the 23rd and for the stage with 8 KDs I was sure to put "shotgun shells may be staged on any or all shelves" ( there are 4 of them.)

 

This way I can head off potential 'discussions' ahead of time.

 

 cheyenne

 

 

I hate to bust your bubble, but you did not specify before or after the beep!  Somebody will ask. ;)

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When I became a TG in 2004, I decided that I should read the Wire for the WTC threads. Since it was stated that TGs should have a refresher every two years, I have done that. I still don't get things right every time. So, I always carry the booklets to every match I attend.

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I learned some Folk over Think things .....

Some can't read ,,,,

Some don't Know their Hat from a Hole ,,,,, But are willing to learn ...

Some just like ta Stir the Pot ....

Some don't seem to want to consider the other side of things .....

 

Then ther's them that's always Right ......

In their own Mind ....

 

And some likes Dogs and Others Cats ....

 

Jabez Cowboy

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