## "Oldies But Goodies" Events

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pepperonipi wrote:
sciolyperson1 wrote:
chalker wrote:
Agreed. I'd provide them if we had them, but we don't. The whole thing was run by a different group than runs the main scoring, and they didn't provide us with the detailed results. I think someone is trying to dig up some notes, but no guarantee they'll find much.
Oh, also: what was the thought process on giving ONE shirt to the pair of competitors that won...? (https://photos.app.goo.gl/EqnySyZSs5X8o3cq9)
Just cut it down the middle, and each person gets half. Modern problems require modern solutions.
You're wrong. You're supposed to cut it down the flat side, smh. Just like, tape it on the front of your body (?) like a t-shirt with no back (?).
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### Re: "Oldies But Goodies" Events

pepperonipi wrote:
sciolyperson1 wrote:
chalker wrote:
Agreed. I'd provide them if we had them, but we don't. The whole thing was run by a different group than runs the main scoring, and they didn't provide us with the detailed results. I think someone is trying to dig up some notes, but no guarantee they'll find much.
Oh, also: what was the thought process on giving ONE shirt to the pair of competitors that won...? (https://photos.app.goo.gl/EqnySyZSs5X8o3cq9)
Just cut it down the middle, and each person gets half. Modern problems require modern solutions.
Actually, I would cut it down the sides so that both of you can hang up half of the shirt on your bedroom wall (if there was stuff on the back).
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### Re: "Oldies But Goodies" Events

pepperonipi wrote:
sciolyperson1 wrote:
Oh, also: what was the thought process on giving ONE shirt to the pair of competitors that won...? (https://photos.app.goo.gl/EqnySyZSs5X8o3cq9)
Just cut it down the middle, and each person gets half. Modern problems require modern solutions.
Actually, I would cut it down the sides so that both of you can hang up half of the shirt on your bedroom wall (if there was stuff on the back).
cut it in half sideways and one person gets a crop top and the other gets a tube top
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### Re: "Oldies But Goodies" Events

sciolyperson1 wrote:
Oh, also: what was the thought process on giving ONE shirt to the pair of competitors that won...? (https://photos.app.goo.gl/EqnySyZSs5X8o3cq9)
It's news to me that shirts were given out. Like I said, the national scoring team wasn't involved in those events at all, so we didn't even know there were prizes awarded.

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chalker wrote:
sciolyperson1 wrote:
Oh, also: what was the thought process on giving ONE shirt to the pair of competitors that won...? (https://photos.app.goo.gl/EqnySyZSs5X8o3cq9)
It's news to me that shirts were given out. Like I said, the national scoring team wasn't involved in those events at all, so we didn't even know there were prizes awarded.
They handed it to my coach at the coaches meeting I think.
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### Re: "Oldies But Goodies" Events

sciolyperson1 wrote:
chalker wrote:
sciolyperson1 wrote:
Oh, also: what was the thought process on giving ONE shirt to the pair of competitors that won...? (https://photos.app.goo.gl/EqnySyZSs5X8o3cq9)
It's news to me that shirts were given out. Like I said, the national scoring team wasn't involved in those events at all, so we didn't even know there were prizes awarded.
They handed it to my coach at the coaches meeting I think.
What is the problem with releasing the results, anyways? All of the tests should have been graded and put together to find the winner in the first place, right? Am I missing something?
Also, not really a concern, but why does the shirt not even mention What Are You Trying To Tell Me and instead Pictionary?
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isotelus wrote: What is the problem with releasing the results, anyways? All of the tests should have been graded and put together to find the winner in the first place, right? Am I missing something?
What you are missing is the same thing we are missing: those actual results. These events didn't go through the typical score counseling process, where we centrally collect and check the scores. As a result, there is confusion amongst various people as to what happened to the original raw tests as well as the corresponding results. There are some discussions underway, but so far nobody seems to have kept a copy of that stuff.

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chalker wrote:
isotelus wrote: What is the problem with releasing the results, anyways? All of the tests should have been graded and put together to find the winner in the first place, right? Am I missing something?
What you are missing is the same thing we are missing: those actual results. These events didn't go through the typical score counseling process, where we centrally collect and check the scores. As a result, there is confusion amongst various people as to what happened to the original raw tests as well as the corresponding results. There are some discussions underway, but so far nobody seems to have kept a copy of that stuff.
Okay, I understand better now. Thanks for clarifying.
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Thanks for everyone's patience! The rankings for Oldies but Goodies are posted:
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bearasauras wrote:Thanks for everyone's patience! The rankings for Oldies but Goodies are posted:
Thank you very much!
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