Earlier this month--it's still May--VFTD posted a different 'Another Cynical VFTD Game' which practically begged you lazy slackers to send in positive stories of your paintball experiences. Knowing full well, of course, that you wouldn't bother. (I wonder how many of you advocating bringing a friend or friends to play paintball as an easy and positive way to contribute personally to saving paintball ever bothered to do that either. Yeah, that's what I thought.) Two, count 'em, two of you (no, not you) sorta made an effort to send in a positive paintball story. And only one was legit if largely inscrutable despite the fact it was nominally written in English. The other was a thinly veiled raehl attempt to cheer lead the NCPA. (I only mention it here because despite raehl's involvement I'm a big fan of the NCPA and a strong believer in its potential to proliferate competitive paintball.) (Okay, fine. He's really done a pretty good job. Happy?) Anyway, as far as taking an opportunity to put out positive paintball stories y'all suck.
The game this time is to send VFTD stories of paintball gone wrong--preferably with you as the victim. It can be a cautionary tale, a comic anecdote or a rage-filled remembrance of how paintball once screwed you over. It's the darkside's turn to be drawn out into the light of day and displayed for all to see. So pretty much the exact opposite of positive paintball stories. As before you can post them up in comments or send them to Baca's email (link on the sidebar.)
You and I both know how this is gonna turn out. VFTD is gonna receives lots more negative stories because you (yes, you) can't help yourself. Last time it didn't matter that I mocked y'all in advance for not doing what I knew you wouldn't do--even that didn't motivate anyone--and this time around you won't be able to resist sending something in even though you know it makes all y'all (yes, you) look bad.
The way I look at it if you're determined to be lazy slackers and faithless bastards I at least should be entertained in the process--and I thank you.