He was nominated and should be voted on. Adam hasn't been to the Nats before
so he is eligible.
Mike(Change the DTN rules now and there will be Anarchy)B. 99cm
Randy Chase wrote:
> Adam Popp wrote:
> > Since nobody responded to my email last week regarding wether I was
> > actually nominated for the DTN award or not, I'm going to send my
> > Nationals entry form in this week anyways. It would have been great not
> > haveing to spend a dime to run at this years nationals, but it looks
> > like that's not going to happen.
> Hi Adam, the purpose of the DTN was not to save you money. :-) It was
> designed to send a deserving person, who would OTHERWISE not go.
> Oh and by the way, I thought team.net
> > was suppose to be helpful, none of you told me told me how to look at
> > the team.net archives, when I asked politely, and nobody told me who
> > nominated me if anybody did, so what's going on?
> People delete stuff. Per your post of last week:
> > Hello Team.netters! As the DTN nominations started to come up on the
> > list recently, I read a couple of them, but I didn't read all of them
> > and deleted most of the DTN nominations emails.
> Just like you, not everyone reads everything, and stuff gets lost in the
> shuffle, specially when a large thread is being posted to a lot, and
> people are deleting digests and posts.
> > It doesn't really bather me much, since everybody else pays for their
> > nationals entries except for one. I just would of liked to be that one
> > who doesn't have to pay. I defentely have the dough to pay for it, so
> > I'm not worried about it.
> There you go. You are DQed IMHO.
> Also, you asked about the results of ASP/BSP. I did post them. And I
> posted the link to the SCCA.ORG when it was up. Maybe you deleted my
> posts? :-)
> Randy Chase "ask not what team.net can do for you, ask what you can do
> for team.net, THEN..you deserve to be DTN)
> P.S. Send in your DTN donations!!!!