Joined: Oct 29, 2002
Location: Chandler, Arizona
Fri Apr 02, 2004 3:47 am
Thanks for pointing out the err in my ways
consider yourself duly educated
Mmm, I don't see why with at least a good 80% of us being online that they either can't have a database on here that we can access our current account info, balance, warriors, etc (which would be a lot of work and probably won't happen) or that there could be some type of mass email that sends the info the month previous with the generic letter regarding the tourney/prizes. Those that don't keep the email up will lose out unless they call, and those that don't provide the email will get it regular snail mail with the arena.
even if the arena runs once or twice in between, you deserve to lose if you can't keep up with one or two lousy fe.
then again, it's easy to make suggestions for what other people should do -- it's up to RSI to bell their own cat.
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Street_Legal ArchMaster Poster
Joined: Jul 29, 2002
Location: The Big D (etroit) area
Fri Apr 02, 2004 10:27 am
-- it's up to RSI to bell their own cat.
Great point and well put, I have 2 cats and even though one is 14 years old you'd think differently if you EVER tried to put anything around his neck.
I think there are too many issues in the past with "hacker-types" who messed with peoples emailed strategies that would prevent a database from being formed. Fear of a repeat only with even more vital information. Though I believe that those who still play now are above that and prefer the competition to the "I must win at all costs" mindset. Except that dastardly Jiles in tourneys J/K
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Flagg Advanced Master Poster
Joined: Jun 23, 2002
Location: Clarksville, TN
Fri Apr 02, 2004 11:18 am
Mmm, I don't see why with at least a good 80% of us being online that they either can't have a database on here that we can access our current account info, balance, warriors, etc (which would be a lot of work and probably won't happen) [/quote]
Holy cow! That's one of the most ingenious things somebody has ever thought of for this game! RSI should most definetly consider this!
Somebody with more influence than me (Jiles, cough *RSI Minion*, cough j/k J) oughta bring it up to Lee!
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Cosmo Expert Poster
Joined: Apr 30, 2003
Sat Apr 03, 2004 5:18 am
Well, Squid salad sounds interesting. I think T'loi and I will have to check that out. *Evil Grin* As far as all the mini information, I have to agree with Dwayne 100 percent (that maybe another post, but oh well). With the exception of the Fresheman + classes I don't need mini's. It's called managing.
LHI Site Admin
Joined: Jun 20, 2002
Sun Apr 04, 2004 12:58 pm
Everything I do is totally "legal"... I think anyways Now, if I could get my hands on everyone elses's strats.. wow! *wink*
I'm not so sure that Memphis is better than B-more. I'd still go Nashville, Atlanta, New Orleans, or Birmingham over Memphis anyday of the week. And as far as sushi goes, I'm not sure if anyone knows who this is, but if I'm not mistaken, Masahara Morimoto of Iron Chef fame opened his own place up in Philly after he left the super-resturaunt Nobu in NYC. And I'm sure that they have spectacular sushi there as well. I just wish I could remember the name of that damn place. And regarding the minis, I think they offer something worth while for some managers. I like them to remind me of warriors I might have lost overviews for. I never use them to keep up with FE. They certainly have their place though, and I would love to see them sent out earlier.
Sylvester Master Poster
Joined: Apr 13, 2003
Sat Apr 10, 2004 10:48 pm
I've been to Memphis, albeit a long time ago, but it didn't seem that bad to me. Baltimore was emotionally scaring for me. Cosmo Frothingslosh and I decided to walk to a liquor store to avoid paying the jacked up hotel prices. We were told the store wasn't more than a block from the hotel. As soon as we crossed the street things became spooky. Rap music sounding, it was like we stepped into the set for that 80's movie "Breakin'". Then this little black guy (couldn't have been more than 5ft tall) named Hercules started falling us after we left the liquor store. He came up behind us and started telling us that his boys were planning on "Rolling Us" but if we gave him a beer it'd be cool. Still he followed BSing and begging. I'm a 6'4" 250lbs former college linebacker so normally I'm not easily intimidated, but I can't remember a time where I was more "concerned" with the situation. Then Cosmo, with a stroke of brilliant negociating prowess, said "Listen man, if we give you another beer, a cigarette, and a dollar will you leave us alone?" Herc nodded agreement and went away. We stayed in the hotel the rest of the face... So yeah, Baltimore ranks pretty low in my book.
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