Duxburian wrote:To be blunt, the Trettels tend to just show up with little advance notice, or they text us for the first time when they are already at a park. Scott didn't have their numbers, I had both, but I thought the date and time they were coming was settled. The night rounds ended up going very late, around 3 AM, and we went to bed around 5 AM, so the morning start was very delayed. I wasn't even awake when Andrew texted me (took over 2 hours to wake up from extreme low calorie intake), and they'd already left by the time I responded. This is the kind of change in plans that makes texting just-in-time not the greatest idea.
We need to do a better job collectively exchanging contact info before a war and making sure everyone is on the same page well before they arrive.
HBWW wrote:At 5am after a night war, thinking of tomorrow's timing and updating this thread was pretty much the last thing on our minds, and providing individual updates via PM is not going to happen, period. (Hence why I told CDMT to stick to this thread.) We many other ongoing tasks. Meals have to be figured out, blasters have to be filled, loaners accounted for, footage copied and exchanged, and backup plans agreed on. There's too much going on to be 100% focused on a few people who might or might not be able to make the games.
marauder wrote:You have to explain things in terms that kids will understand, like videogames^ That's how I got Sam to stop using piston pumpers
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