I'm bored. Check that. Actually I'm lazy. I have a list of stuff needs doing and I'm desperately (in a very laconic sorta way) doing my best to avoid tackling that list. Which reminds me, the NPPL's DC Open is coming up this weekend including their All*Star bash. (Question: How is voting for a NPPL All*Star like voting for politicians? Answer: The security of the secret ballot is suspect and you always end up with somebody you didn't want. Or is that just me?) By the numbers this year's DC may set an attendance record despite weak numbers in D2 and the general failure of the NPPL's Race 2 variant. On the other hand D1 has been (relatively) packed this year and I suspect it may have something to do with the perception there are no dominant teams and (besides the Pros) only D1 plays 7-man Race 2. The season standings are a jumble and this weekend's event will help sort out the teams in the hunt for the series title that will be won (or lost) in Vegas in October.
Didja notice the NPPL did some "interviews" recently they posted on their website? It's so cute that they're trying to be just like PBAccess. If only they had a webcast.
Surprise surprise there are reports out that Impact will be playing PSP World Cup. (At least Bart is convinced they'll be there.) If true you can expect XSV to get their chance too and if that were to happen odds are the PSP would accept a third team to balance the divisions given that almost any change in the number of teams is likely to push the event to four days anyway.
Have I mentioned the MS lately? No? Good. The Millennium Series is the Mike Tyson of major league tournament paintball. Let that sink in slowly. You'll get it in a minute or three.