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Old July 19th, 2006, 11:09   #10
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Join Date: Feb 2006
Location: North York/NOTL
Thing is, these scheduling conflicts can stop new players from trying out a variety of fields. Not everyone has gotten themselves involved in the airsoft politics, and simply want to get out and play as much as possible, meet new people, and all that fun stuff. It's those new players that hurt the most from these scheduling conflicts. They're not the grisled grumps that won't go because so and so is there, and are willing to try new stuff. So unless you like having the same players at every game, then at least give this some thought. Planning the schedule, or at least discussing it, isn't such a bad idea, so long as it's done objectively and in a friendly manner.
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