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Stu kills another thread by throwing in opinions on a fact thread and debating facts on the opinion threads.  What a way to beg attention.

His certainly must be a lonely life not thinking with the mainstream or usual fringe, and playing the victim with such comments this off season as "all DCP posters vs. Stu.". What was the old saying? "Empty barrels make the most noise."

Congratulations to Spirit on the new hires. Best of everything to the brass line and those given the opportunity.

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3 hours ago, LabMaster said:

So go ahead and do what you want then.  Since you justify anything you post when ever it makes starts or continues an argument or ignores and OP request to stay on track.  And yes it is trolling but you can color it any way you wish if it makes you happy.

Welcome to the wonderful fun of online discussion forums, where the accusers are as much at fault as the accused.  

They always have and always will be a free-for-all.  Just let it go.  

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9 hours ago, oldbandguy said:

A very strong Bluecoats team adds a couple of great folks...

http://bluecoats.com/2017/10/raiford-kusmierczak-join-2018-bluecoats-staff/

I was wondering why Kusmierczak wasn't listed among Phantom Regiment's staff. It appeared she was doing a good job (and Bluecoats thought so as well).

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On 9/11/2017 at 9:23 PM, Cadevilina Crown said:

ajZbbKt.png Bluecoats

Michael Raiford and Lindsay Kusmierczak to the Bluecoats design and instructional teams.  Michael will serve on the design team in the role of Scenic Designer & Lindsay Kusmierczak will be the Colorguard Caption Head! 

 

MnSpD3w.png Phantom Regiment

  • Brad Toth replaces Christian Carichner as the Brass Caption Head.
  • Tim Newburn will be the corps' new Visual Coordinator.
  • Ralph Stewart replaces Mark Moreno as the Visual Designer.
  • Stephanie Chavez replaces Lindsay Kusmierczak as the Color Guard Caption Head.
  • All other design team members and caption heads are intact.

Sources:

 

cvwotD4.png Spirit of Atlanta

  • Matt Jordan replaces Tonya Mashburn as the Front Ensemble Arranger and Coordinator.
  • Eric Brown is OUT as percussion caption head
  • Chance Livar replaces Jen Karp as the Color Guard Designer.
  • Roman Montoya will be the corps' new Movement Specialist.
  • All other design team members are intact.
  • Jeff Nelson will be the corps' new Executive Director.

Sources:

 

 

A little update for you @Cadevilina Crown

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18 hours ago, Stu said:

DCI, the only Major League where the fan focus is on the coaches and not the players. DCI, the only youth competitive organization where the fan focus is on the adults not the youth.

Personally, I think there is more focus on the coaches in college football and basketball than the individual players, at least head coaches. 

 

 

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16 hours ago, Stu said:

It is exactly the same with percussion performers.  Many will choose to audition based on who is on staff not what corps they are with.

Just like top-level athlete/students often attend a college because of a the coaches and their philosophies.

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7 hours ago, kdaddy said:

I was wondering why Kusmierczak wasn't listed among Phantom Regiment's staff. It appeared she was doing a good job (and Bluecoats thought so as well).

I thought it was interesting that she stayed as long as she did after everyone else jumped ship. 

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20 hours ago, Stu said:

In Major Leagues the 'primary' fan focus is is on the players, and a secondary focus is on the coaching staff.  Even at that most fans can name a plethora of players but only a few coaches.  In DCI die-hard fans focus 'exclusively' on the names of the adult staff and have no interest in focusing on the names of the youth performers (see this thread and many others like this thread, as well as ask fans in the stands to name names, as support for my contention).

How many players can you actually name on Alabama’s football team? Ohio State’s? 

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