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About rmm155

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    Cadets, Crown
  • Your Favorite All Time Corps Performance (Any)
    SCV 89, Cadets 11
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  1. Cadets 2018

    Pretty much this. I don't doubt that GH has contributed an immense amount to the Cadets and DCI as a whole. However, he can't (and shouldn't) do it all. There are some areas that are not his strengths. He needs to let other people take on those loads. Yes, it is somewhat ridiculous to have (or have to have) these conversations. On the other hand, if one is looking at the long term stability of an organization, there are alarming red flags out there - both fiscally and reputation wise.
  2. Cadets 2018

    Well, it's collapsing under its own weight currently. If, in the event of a significant structural alignment, one would think there would be more than enough people with skills and expertise willing to step in to fill the gaps. Enough past Cadets wind up in prominent positions elsewhere.
  3. I'd guess PR, but ... just a guess, as the comment was completely random.
  4. Cadets 2017

    Board of Directors Michael Kehoss, Minneapolis, MN | Chairman David Satterfield, Morgantown, WV | Vice Chairman Tim Smith, Pittsburgh, PA | Treasurer Brian Setzer, Nashville, TN | Secretary Dirk Bernold, Rochester, NY Michael Chernow, Manalapan, NJ Dr. Edward DiCarlo, New York, NY Roger Floreska, Baldwin, NY Howard Hoffman, Kendall Park, NJ Dr. Ray King, Augusta, GA Abbie Lampe, Orlando, FL Donald Staffin, Bridgewater, NJ
  5. Cadets 2017

    They could at least reduce the amount of fabric around the arms, so the "look" is uniform, but it's not so cluttered.
  6. Cadets 2017

    Those are straight off of Facebook ... I'm sure the other social media sites have more (twitter, snapwhatever).
  7. Olympics closing ceremony

    So, which corps is doing Super Mario?
  8. Staff merri-go-round

    They aged out 65 last year, per a GH post yesterday. 40 this year.
  9. Cadets 2016

    Contextually, Poppycock's response to your (I believe, I can't go back a screen to cross-check) reference to the Cadet's work ethic was "BD works hard too" (all roughly paraphrased). Therefore, yes, so while not stated explicitly, there is the implication that someone works harder than the other. Which, obviously isn't true - but given those two statements, I gave the following assessment that both corps can work exceptionally hard, but there's more room for Cadets improvement via low-hanging fruit, therefore the equally hard work would (should?) get more score oomph to the Cadets. Maybe I connected the dots in ways that neither poster intended via the responses, but that's how it read from the non-involved observer. Go Cadets.
  10. Cadets 2016

    Yes, but the Cadets have (randomly assigned numbers) 20 things that have a lot of room to clean. BD has (again, randomly assigned, I'm not into the whole judging things) 10 things that have small increments of room to clean. Ounce of ounce, Cadets right now have more "oomph" to get by cleaning than the BD at this point. Obviously, the BD work their tails off and aren't eating frozen grapes and bon-bons at this point in the season.
  11. Cadets 2016

    I believe I heard there are two more costume changes for the guard.
  12. Cadets 2016

    Well, the colors originally were pink and ... black ;) So, how about that hornline? Corps should remain beholden to their color history regardless of show design, concept or effect. Or not. Penn State's colors should be pink and yellow. Or not.