cdcarter wrote:totally send me a mirror
cornfused wrote:I'd love to get a mirror of the Delta Burke or some other tournament so I can run it up here in Appleton, Billy. I'll send you an email as soon as I get out for the summer (next week.)
ReinsteinD wrote:As far as what we are looking for:
Depending on when U of I hosts the NAQT Qualifier, there is interest in a tournament for strong Illinois teams on either 1/31 or 2/14.
cdcarter wrote:No Name Tournament, which has already been announced once, is a HS set that will be played in November (and maybe late october at one site). We are lining up sites all over, but if you are interested in mirroring, totally send me a mirror, and we can talk. Mirrors would require a small per team fee, that would get smaller if you write good packets by the end of August for me. We are still looking for a science editor. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
dtaylor4 wrote:Why not a delayed mirror of the Harvard tournament?
SIVster716 wrote:Does anyone know what regular season PACE-format (not just PACE-affiliated) tournaments are running this year? Auburn and a perhaps a couple other Illinois teams would be interested in at least pursuing the possibility.
Carangoides ciliarius wrote:Please make the packets of equal difficulty this year. Please do not use 2-line pointless (yet interesting) quotes in your tossups and bonuses. Shorten the length of your questions, in general.
You will have a great set that i hope we get to play on.
jonah wrote:What about digressions into political tirades? How about the policy of personally insulting people who tell you your set isn't perfect?
The Granny wrote:Do you promise to not put razor blades in your set like you did last year, Sandy?!!??11;/
Cheynem wrote:Last year the University of Minnesota playtested and helped copy edit/offer feedback to the Dunbar set and to Georgia's set. We would be more than happy to do this again for any other HS tournament set.
By this, I mean we're not going to write questions or edit this. We have enough on our plate as a team. But we're willing to provide another set of eyes to catch typos, egregious clue placement, point out bad ideas (or good ideas!), etc.
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