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JC17393 01-06-2020 07:24 AM

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Originally Posted by Chains Bailey (Post 3534216)
Remind me who is on this board?

I feel like there is an interesting dichotomy going on if my memory serves me correctly.

All volunteer members of committees can be found here.

Dcinmd 01-06-2020 09:47 AM

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Originally Posted by JC17393 (Post 3534266)
All volunteer members of committees can be found here.

It is interesting that the Discipline Committee is the only one that is not fully listed out with members. Maybe it is a committee of two? I can't see a lot of people volunteering for this committee.

_MTL_ 01-06-2020 10:54 AM

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Originally Posted by Dcinmd (Post 3534290)
It is interesting that the Discipline Committee is the only one that is not fully listed out with members. Maybe it is a committee of two? I can't see a lot of people volunteering for this committee.

The PDGA keeps the members of our committee private. The only name published is mine, as chair. We have 8 members.

We recently had a vacancy and I had about 50 applications to join. There is absolutely interest in being on this committee.

DiscFifty 01-06-2020 11:02 AM

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Originally Posted by _MTL_ (Post 3534318)
The PDGA keeps the members of our committee private.

Why? My membership should allow 100% transparency on chairs, members, etc.

JC17393 01-06-2020 11:05 AM

Considering the nature of what the disciplinary committee does, it's probably prudent that the members aren't publicly known. Seems like they, of all the committees, are apt to come under the most scrutiny from people with a personal grudge (as opposed to a philosophical disagreement). Don't really want people making disciplinary decisions based on concerns over personal backlash as opposed to on the merits of the case.

biscoe 01-06-2020 11:19 AM

Definitely disagree with the PDGA keeping members of ANY committee a secret.

BionicRib 01-06-2020 11:57 AM

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Originally Posted by biscoe (Post 3534332)
Definitely disagree with the PDGA keeping members of ANY committee a secret.

Atleast we know they are not volunteering for recognition

robdeforge 01-06-2020 11:59 AM

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Originally Posted by EarthRocker (Post 3532892)
Agreed, sir. I don't say it doesn't matter, only that I don't look for it. I would be horrified to learn that I foot-faulted myself. I do think about it when I'm throwing, and welcome any calls on it if I screw up.

I just like taking the occasional contrarian position in here. It hones my thoughts and gives me solid typing practice. :thmbup:

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Originally Posted by EarthRocker (Post 3532883)
because that inch or so doesn't give any real advantage

So you DID say it doesn't matter...

Jugular 01-06-2020 01:11 PM

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Originally Posted by robdeforge (Post 3534355)
So you DID say it doesn't matter...

Note the condition 'real' in real advantage. Suggesting that he's aware there might be an advantage but that it is small enough to not bother him.

EarthRocker 01-06-2020 01:23 PM

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Originally Posted by Jugular (Post 3534398)
Note the condition 'real' in real advantage. Suggesting that he's aware there might be an advantage but that it is small enough to not bother him.

Thank you for that, Jugular.

I should try to remember that in the current climate, both in here and in the world generally, we aren't allowed the luxury of vague defenses of our stupid opinions.

Freely stipulated: I don't always achieve the level of precision with language that I'm going for. I blame television. And Hilary, of course, because everything is her fault. :\


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