- Apr 2, 2007I would like to thank Bojei, for giving me a very fair & honest explanation.
> Snip< After 6 months or so they were dropped out of the rotation
> because they weren't participating in the rotation. >End snip
> This might be a silly question from someone incredibly new to your area
> but.... wouldn?t this be the point of having a rotation?
> I would imagine that a benefit of a rotating practice would give those
> who couldn?t travel an opportunity at least once a month to fight,
> while giving those who can travel, an opportunity to fight different
> people. If you had everyone who fought who could travel, did travel,
> well then you could just have a permanent site, where everyone would
> travel to...But since not everyone could travel, they could go when
> they could. In my opinion, The emphasis shouldn?t be as much on "well
> they didn?t show up when it was in a different area" as much as getting
> as much people to show up, as often as possible.
> I hope no one takes any offense, as I really don?t have an opinion one
> way or another, as I am so incredibly new. I just want to make sure I
> understand why the things they are, the way they are.
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