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Re: murder, inc

In Reply to: murder, inc posted by Mick Gray on July 24, 2003 at 23:58:29:

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on July 25, 2003 at 09:19:50

I haven't been to the field or anything. As a third-party though, I have to state a few things which are obvious in the posts.
1> Rueben, while you may have a point regarding the ethics of allowing a field sponsored team to participate in such a small tournament, your "cause" probably would have a little more dignity if you simply stated what you found was wrong and just left it at that. After Murder Inc responded to your post, you shouldn't have started arguing, it is CHILDISH.

2> Murder Inc, I understand that someone posting a complaint on a public message board about your business can do some damage to you, however, your posts clearly demostrated that as far as a "professional" business, Murder Inc does not know how to approach an issue like this in a business-like manner. The threat you made to Rueben asking him to come to your field so you can really show him what you think of him was an immature response, and you damaged your own reputation. Not many people want to do business and play at a field where the owner will make a threat like that. Overall, you should have just said something along the lines that you are sorry he feels that way, but that there was no unfair treatment of your fields sponsored team. Your handling of this matter on the public message boards was also extremely childish, and unprofessional.

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