Enough is Enough

MJS

There is only so much ineptitude that we can take before we start to lose it completely. Once again USARPS is up to their old tricks and demonstrating that while they are good at selling programs to big beer companies, they completely fall short when it comes to actually executing them with any level of competency. We were floored beyond belief when we read the following article from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Quoted here is the relevent section:

The Manitowoc tournament had 50 players, divided into three brackets of 16 and, curiously, one bracket of two. Organizers resolved the uneven bracket with a "bye" round but then were stuck with a three-person final round for a two-player game. As the Bud Light representatives scratched their heads, someone in the crowd – a local reporter – suggested a round-robin playoff.

Once again, we will remind our faithful readers that The World RPS Society graciously offered to run the officiaing for their program, but the USARPS refused our offer.

 

MJS

There is only so much ineptitude that we can take before we start to lose it completely. Once again USARPS is up to their old tricks and demonstrating that while they are good at selling programs to big beer companies, they completely fall short when it comes to actually executing them with any level of competency. We were floored beyond belief when we read the following article from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Quoted here is the relevent section:

The Manitowoc tournament had 50 players, divided into three brackets of 16 and, curiously, one bracket of two. Organizers resolved the uneven bracket with a "bye" round but then were stuck with a three-person final round for a two-player game. As the Bud Light representatives scratched their heads, someone in the crowd – a local reporter – suggested a round-robin playoff.

Once again, we will remind our faithful readers that The World RPS Society graciously offered to run the officiaing for their program, but the USARPS refused our offer.

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