Monday, April 20, 2009

Paintball Stuff

It's Monday so I am once again harassing you with the by now familiar reminder that the weekly post is up at Baca's Blog over at the Big Bullet. You might want to check this one out as it deals with some further thoughts related to the past weekend's NCPA championships. It's called, 'The Future of Competitive Paintball'--so not really a big deal. And if you are a member of the PSTA or know a member of the PSTA give them a nudge and encourage them to take a look 'cus this is, near as best I can tell, one of the principle reasons the organization exists. And if it isn't maybe they ought to expand their vision. No doubt it won't be a shocking revelation--or at least it shouldn't be--but if it encourages some more dialogue or helps engender some action that would be a good thing.

By the way, don't let the PSTA website discourage you. I'm sure better is on the way and whoever is responsible for the music has been fired. They really are a professional trade organization. Right?

UPDATE: Oops. I just realized according to my brand new shiny schedule I was supposed to post that playing the game piece on the HB layout on Saturday. The dog ate it. Hey. (I'll get it done today sometime.)


Reiner Schafer said...

The PSTA is a professional trade organization and as such will always have their own agenda in their back pocket.

Part, if not most, of their agenda is to increase particiapation in paintball. But I have a feeling many of the individual memebers of the organization are scrambling these days to keep their own ship afloat, the flotilla is being neglected.

Hopefully they will keep doing good work and more of it.

Baca Loco said...

Dammit, Reiner, this was April's I'm-Not-Cynical-Day and you've gone and spoiled it. And don't say you didn't get the memo.