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Re: NCUA :: Launched at collegiateultimate.com [message #6015 is a reply to message #5632] Tue, 11 November 2008 14:06 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Akira
Messages: 17
Registered: October 2008
Junior Member
> 3) Tulsa, OK.  The UPA got duped due to delegation and insufficient
> oversight of a rogue RC.  You all are getting duped flat out.

Umm... really? You or someone care to unpack that a little?
Re: NCUA :: Launched at collegiateultimate.com [message #6024 is a reply to message #6015] Tue, 11 November 2008 14:48 Go to previous messageGo to next message
eddiegelfen
Messages: 43
Registered: September 2008
Member
On Nov 11, 5:06 pm, Akira <a-yamaguch...@alumni.uchicago.edu> wrote:
> > 3) Tulsa, OK. The UPA got duped due to delegation and insufficient
> > oversight of a rogue RC. You all are getting duped flat out.
>
> Umm... really? You or someone care to unpack that a little?

This was really a flippant point, but referring to the scandal a
couple years ago. RC failed to notify teams of final deadline for
bids to host Regionals and then selected Tulsa. Tulsa promised a
really amazing tournament/facilities and failed to deliver. RC
dropped the ball. That's what all the rumbling on RSD seemed to
suggest, anyway. Feel free to correct, if you have better info.
Re: NCUA :: Launched at collegiateultimate.com [message #6082 is a reply to message #5999] Wed, 12 November 2008 06:04 Go to previous messageGo to next message
matty j
Messages: 250
Registered: October 2008
Senior Member
On Nov 11, 3:41 pm, Finch <ShippensburgScapego...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Nov 11, 2:57 pm, allanfieldhouse <allan...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > Wow,http://www.collegiateultimate.com/isa blatant ripoff ofhttp://www.barackobama.com/index.php
>
> > Switch back and forth between the two pages.  Buttons, page divisions,
> > etc are all exactly the same.
>
> > "This web page helped propel Obama to victory, maybe it'll work for
> > NCUA/Confrence1 too."
>
> This is actually kind of interesting:
>
> The style sheet used in the NCUA site is nearly identical to that used
> for the Barak Obama site:
> NCUA:http://www.collegiateultimate.com/css/ncua.css
> Obama:http://www.barackobama.com/css/globalv3.css
>
> They actually have the same "author" in the stylesheets:
> /* CSS
> Author: Scott Thomas
> Created: 12-15-07
> Author: Walker Hamilton
> Modified: 08-10-07
> */
>
> From NCUA:
> /* CSS
> Author: Matt Sewell
> Created: 12-15-07
> Author: Walker Hamilton
> Modified: 08-10-07
> */

pretty smart IMHO

MJ
Re: NCUA :: Launched at collegiateultimate.com [message #6083 is a reply to message #5971] Wed, 12 November 2008 06:05 Go to previous messageGo to next message
matty j
Messages: 250
Registered: October 2008
Senior Member
On Nov 11, 1:39 pm, Mimmo <michaelalfan...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Nov 11, 10:15 am, BJ <ut.bj...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > On Nov 11, 2:53 am, Mimmo <michaelalfan...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > On Nov 8, 11:10 pm, mtwil...@gmail.com wrote:
>
> > > > I hate Florida.
>
> > > The state?
>
> > > It's nice there...warm weather, sandy beaches, beautiful women...
>
> > you like em gray and wrinkly, that's cool with me.
>
> There aren't THAT many old people...

especially since the alumni Hall of Fame event concluded and we all
went home.

MJ
Re: NCUA :: Launched at collegiateultimate.com [message #6090 is a reply to message #6082] Wed, 12 November 2008 06:37 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Jeff
Messages: 338
Registered: September 2008
Senior Member
or yet another example of taking something which represents the work
of thousands of people with noble aspirations and bending it to ones
personal profit

On Nov 12, 9:04�am, matty j <maplerowf...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Nov 11, 3:41�pm, Finch <ShippensburgScapego...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
> > On Nov 11, 2:57�pm, allanfieldhouse <allan...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > Wow,http://www.collegiateultimate.com/isablatant ripoff ofhttp://www.barackobama.com/index.php
>
> > > Switch back and forth between the two pages. �Buttons, page divisions,
> > > etc are all exactly the same.
>
> > > "This web page helped propel Obama to victory, maybe it'll work for
> > > NCUA/Confrence1 too."
>
> > This is actually kind of interesting:
>
> > The style sheet used in the NCUA site is nearly identical to that used
> > for the Barak Obama site:
> > NCUA:http://www.collegiateultimate.com/css/ncua.css
> > Obama:http://www.barackobama.com/css/globalv3.css
>
> > They actually have the same "author" in the stylesheets:
> > /* CSS
> > Author: Scott Thomas
> > Created: 12-15-07
> > Author: Walker Hamilton
> > Modified: 08-10-07
> > */
>
> > From NCUA:
> > /* CSS
> > Author: Matt Sewell
> > Created: 12-15-07
> > Author: Walker Hamilton
> > Modified: 08-10-07
> > */
>
> pretty smart IMHO
>
> MJ- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -
Re: NCUA :: Launched at collegiateultimate.com [message #6096 is a reply to message #6090] Wed, 12 November 2008 07:53 Go to previous messageGo to next message
matty j
Messages: 250
Registered: October 2008
Senior Member
On Nov 12, 9:37 am, Jeff <Jffr...@gmail.com> wrote:
> or yet another example of taking something which represents the work
> of thousands of people with noble aspirations and bending it to ones
> personal profit
>
> On Nov 12, 9:04 am, matty j <maplerowf...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
> > On Nov 11, 3:41 pm, Finch <ShippensburgScapego...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > On Nov 11, 2:57 pm, allanfieldhouse <allan...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > > Wow,http://www.collegiateultimate.com/isablatantripoff ofhttp://www..barackobama.com/index.php
>
> > > > Switch back and forth between the two pages. Buttons, page divisions,
> > > > etc are all exactly the same.
>
> > > > "This web page helped propel Obama to victory, maybe it'll work for
> > > > NCUA/Confrence1 too."
>
> > > This is actually kind of interesting:
>
> > > The style sheet used in the NCUA site is nearly identical to that used
> > > for the Barak Obama site:
> > > NCUA:http://www.collegiateultimate.com/css/ncua.css
> > > Obama:http://www.barackobama.com/css/globalv3.css
>
> > > They actually have the same "author" in the stylesheets:
> > > /* CSS
> > > Author: Scott Thomas
> > > Created: 12-15-07
> > > Author: Walker Hamilton
> > > Modified: 08-10-07
> > > */
>
> > > From NCUA:
> > > /* CSS
> > > Author: Matt Sewell
> > > Created: 12-15-07
> > > Author: Walker Hamilton
> > > Modified: 08-10-07
> > > */
>
> > pretty smart IMHO
>
> > MJ- Hide quoted text -
>
> > - Show quoted text -- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -

get a grip!!
running a business and making a profit is not evil.
using a web design template is not evil.
don't know if it's infringes on any trademarks and has legal issues,
but in my business it would be considered smarter than hiring a web
designer and starting from scratch.

MJ

MJ
Re: NCUA :: Launched at collegiateultimate.com [message #6107 is a reply to message #6096] Wed, 12 November 2008 08:29 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Jeff
Messages: 338
Registered: September 2008
Senior Member
not against a profit, actually think of the profit that could be had
if Cultimate were to create a college Mixed division. There are
enough B and C teams around the country to fill all their
tournaments. The UPA would have worked with them on that with little
or not thought at all. A smart business person would look to provide
a niche market instead of wasting a lot of time and energy on taking
on an existing franchise. The UPA would grow, Cultimate would profit
due to lowering per player cost.

On Nov 12, 10:53�am, matty j <maplerowf...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Nov 12, 9:37�am, Jeff <Jffr...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
> > or yet another example of taking something which represents the work
> > of thousands of people with noble aspirations and bending it to ones
> > personal profit
>
> > On Nov 12, 9:04 am, matty j <maplerowf...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > On Nov 11, 3:41 pm, Finch <ShippensburgScapego...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > > On Nov 11, 2:57 pm, allanfieldhouse <allan...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > > > Wow,http://www.collegiateultimate.com/isablatantripoffofhttp ://www.barackobama.com/index.php
>
> > > > > Switch back and forth between the two pages. Buttons, page divisions,
> > > > > etc are all exactly the same.
>
> > > > > "This web page helped propel Obama to victory, maybe it'll work for
> > > > > NCUA/Confrence1 too."
>
> > > > This is actually kind of interesting:
>
> > > > The style sheet used in the NCUA site is nearly identical to that used
> > > > for the Barak Obama site:
> > > > NCUA:http://www.collegiateultimate.com/css/ncua.css
> > > > Obama:http://www.barackobama.com/css/globalv3.css
>
> > > > They actually have the same "author" in the stylesheets:
> > > > /* CSS
> > > > Author: Scott Thomas
> > > > Created: 12-15-07
> > > > Author: Walker Hamilton
> > > > Modified: 08-10-07
> > > > */
>
> > > > From NCUA:
> > > > /* CSS
> > > > Author: Matt Sewell
> > > > Created: 12-15-07
> > > > Author: Walker Hamilton
> > > > Modified: 08-10-07
> > > > */
>
> > > pretty smart IMHO
>
> > > MJ- Hide quoted text -
>
> > > - Show quoted text -- Hide quoted text -
>
> > - Show quoted text -
>
> get a grip!!
> running a business and making a profit is not evil.
> using a web design template is not evil.
> don't know if it's infringes on any trademarks and has legal issues,
> but in my business it would be considered smarter than hiring a web
> designer and starting from scratch.
>
> MJ
>
> MJ- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -
Re: NCUA :: Launched at collegiateultimate.com [message #6123 is a reply to message #6107] Wed, 12 November 2008 09:38 Go to previous messageGo to next message
matty j
Messages: 250
Registered: October 2008
Senior Member
On Nov 12, 11:29 am, Jeff <Jffr...@gmail.com> wrote:
> not against a profit, actually think of the profit that could be had
> if Cultimate were to create a college Mixed division.  There are
> enough B and C teams around the country to fill all their
> tournaments.  The UPA would have worked with them on that with little
> or not thought at all.  A smart business person would look to provide
> a niche market instead of wasting a lot of time and energy on taking
> on an existing franchise.  The UPA would grow, Cultimate would profit
> due to lowering per player cost.
>
> On Nov 12, 10:53 am, matty j <maplerowf...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
> > On Nov 12, 9:37 am, Jeff <Jffr...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > or yet another example of taking something which represents the work
> > > of thousands of people with noble aspirations and bending it to ones
> > > personal profit
>
> > > On Nov 12, 9:04 am, matty j <maplerowf...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > > On Nov 11, 3:41 pm, Finch <ShippensburgScapego...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > > > On Nov 11, 2:57 pm, allanfieldhouse <allan...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > > > > Wow,http://www.collegiateultimate.com/isablatantripoffofhttp ://www.barack...
>
> > > > > > Switch back and forth between the two pages. Buttons, page divisions,
> > > > > > etc are all exactly the same.
>
> > > > > > "This web page helped propel Obama to victory, maybe it'll work for
> > > > > > NCUA/Confrence1 too."
>
> > > > > This is actually kind of interesting:
>
> > > > > The style sheet used in the NCUA site is nearly identical to that used
> > > > > for the Barak Obama site:
> > > > > NCUA:http://www.collegiateultimate.com/css/ncua.css
> > > > > Obama:http://www.barackobama.com/css/globalv3.css
>
> > > > > They actually have the same "author" in the stylesheets:
> > > > > /* CSS
> > > > > Author: Scott Thomas
> > > > > Created: 12-15-07
> > > > > Author: Walker Hamilton
> > > > > Modified: 08-10-07
> > > > > */
>
> > > > > From NCUA:
> > > > > /* CSS
> > > > > Author: Matt Sewell
> > > > > Created: 12-15-07
> > > > > Author: Walker Hamilton
> > > > > Modified: 08-10-07
> > > > > */
>
> > > > pretty smart IMHO
>
> > > > MJ- Hide quoted text -
>
> > > > - Show quoted text -- Hide quoted text -
>
> > > - Show quoted text -
>
> > get a grip!!
> > running a business and making a profit is not evil.
> > using a web design template is not evil.
> > don't know if it's infringes on any trademarks and has legal issues,
> > but in my business it would be considered smarter than hiring a web
> > designer and starting from scratch.
>
> > MJ
>
> > MJ- Hide quoted text -
>
> > - Show quoted text -- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -

That's a great idea that has never been kicked around by the UPA,
Wonder why?

MJ
Re: NCUA :: Launched at collegiateultimate.com [message #6125 is a reply to message #6107] Wed, 12 November 2008 10:05 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Nami
Messages: 7
Registered: October 2008
Junior Member
>> if Cultimate were to create a college Mixed division.

Please, it barely makes sense to most school organizations that people
can play a sport with a flat plastic disc and teh fact that people
want it to rise to NCAA status one day. Competitive Mixed?
Competitive Mixed?!? Oxymoron really, it would be a detriment to
college development.

Mixed has 2 purposes: 1) To play in the series with low practice
attendance or 2) An alternative to Masters when the time comes.
Re: NCUA :: Launched at collegiateultimate.com [message #6128 is a reply to message #6008] Wed, 12 November 2008 10:14 Go to previous messageGo to next message
walker
Messages: 1
Registered: November 2008
Junior Member
Correct. I _was_ an Obama for America employee. The design, style, and
code are all proprietary and belong to the Obama for America
organization. I was not and have never been affiliated with NCUA, nor
do I know any individual named Matt Sewell.

On Nov 11, 3:40 pm, Sam Tobin-Hochstadt <sam...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Nov 11, 3:41 pm, Finch <ShippensburgScapego...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
> > On Nov 11, 2:57 pm, allanfieldhouse <allan...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > Wow,http://www.collegiateultimate.com/isablatant ripoff ofhttp://www.barackobama.com/index.php
>
> > > Switch back and forth between the two pages.  Buttons, page divisions,
> > > etc are all exactly the same.
>
> > > "This web page helped propelObamato victory, maybe it'll work for
> > > NCUA/Confrence1 too."
>
> > This is actually kind of interesting:
>
> > The style sheet used in the NCUA site is nearly identical to that used
> > for the BarakObamasite:
> > NCUA:http://www.collegiateultimate.com/css/ncua.css
> >Obama:http://www.barackobama.com/css/globalv3.css
>
> > They actually have the same "author" in the stylesheets:
> > /* CSS
> > Author: Scott Thomas
> > Created: 12-15-07
> > Author:WalkerHamilton
> > Modified: 08-10-07
> > */
>
> > From NCUA:
> > /* CSS
> > Author: Matt Sewell
> > Created: 12-15-07
> > Author:WalkerHamilton
> > Modified: 08-10-07
> > */
>
> And if you look on the web forWalkerHamilton, it looks pretty clear
> that he's anObamaemployee, not someone who worked for the NCUA.
>
> sam th
Re: NCUA :: Launched at collegiateultimate.com [message #6131 is a reply to message #6123] Wed, 12 November 2008 10:38 Go to previous messageGo to next message
matty j
Messages: 250
Registered: October 2008
Senior Member
On Nov 12, 12:38 pm, matty j <maplerowf...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Nov 12, 11:29 am, Jeff <Jffr...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
> > not against a profit, actually think of the profit that could be had
> > if Cultimate were to create a college Mixed division.  There are
> > enough B and C teams around the country to fill all their
> > tournaments.  The UPA would have worked with them on that with little
> > or not thought at all.  A smart business person would look to provide
> > a niche market instead of wasting a lot of time and energy on taking
> > on an existing franchise.  The UPA would grow, Cultimate would profit
> > due to lowering per player cost.
>
> > On Nov 12, 10:53 am, matty j <maplerowf...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > On Nov 12, 9:37 am, Jeff <Jffr...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > > or yet another example of taking something which represents the work
> > > > of thousands of people with noble aspirations and bending it to ones
> > > > personal profit
>
> > > > On Nov 12, 9:04 am, matty j <maplerowf...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > > > On Nov 11, 3:41 pm, Finch <ShippensburgScapego...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > > > > On Nov 11, 2:57 pm, allanfieldhouse <allan...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > > > > > Wow,http://www.collegiateultimate.com/isablatantripoffofhttp ://www.barack...
>
> > > > > > > Switch back and forth between the two pages. Buttons, page divisions,
> > > > > > > etc are all exactly the same.
>
> > > > > > > "This web page helped propel Obama to victory, maybe it'll work for
> > > > > > > NCUA/Confrence1 too."
>
> > > > > > This is actually kind of interesting:
>
> > > > > > The style sheet used in the NCUA site is nearly identical to that used
> > > > > > for the Barak Obama site:
> > > > > > NCUA:http://www.collegiateultimate.com/css/ncua.css
> > > > > > Obama:http://www.barackobama.com/css/globalv3.css
>
> > > > > > They actually have the same "author" in the stylesheets:
> > > > > > /* CSS
> > > > > > Author: Scott Thomas
> > > > > > Created: 12-15-07
> > > > > > Author: Walker Hamilton
> > > > > > Modified: 08-10-07
> > > > > > */
>
> > > > > > From NCUA:
> > > > > > /* CSS
> > > > > > Author: Matt Sewell
> > > > > > Created: 12-15-07
> > > > > > Author: Walker Hamilton
> > > > > > Modified: 08-10-07
> > > > > > */
>
> > > > > pretty smart IMHO
>
> > > > > MJ- Hide quoted text -
>
> > > > > - Show quoted text -- Hide quoted text -
>
> > > > - Show quoted text -
>
> > > get a grip!!
> > > running a business and making a profit is not evil.
> > > using a web design template is not evil.
> > > don't know if it's infringes on any trademarks and has legal issues,
> > > but in my business it would be considered smarter than hiring a web
> > > designer and starting from scratch.
>
> > > MJ
>
> > > MJ- Hide quoted text -
>
> > > - Show quoted text -- Hide quoted text -
>
> > - Show quoted text -
>
> That's a great idea that has never been kicked around by the UPA,
> Wonder why?
>
> MJ- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -

sorry should have said never been kicked around PUBLICLY by the UPA.
they may have kicked THE IDEA around in Board meetings or other
strategery sessions.
it sounds like an interesting idea to pursue.

MJ
Re: NCUA :: Launched at collegiateultimate.com [message #6134 is a reply to message #6096] Wed, 12 November 2008 11:40 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Alan Hoyle
Messages: 51
Registered: September 2008
Member
On Wed, 12 Nov 2008 10:53:34, matty j wrote:

> get a grip!!
> running a business and making a profit is not evil.
> using a web design template is not evil.
> don't know if it's infringes on any trademarks and has legal issues,
> but in my business it would be considered smarter than hiring a web
> designer and starting from scratch.

Neither of those things are evil, and I personally believe that modern
copyright laws are almost hopelessly outdated and should be changed,
but they're still the law of the land....

This may be copyright infringement, not for the "look and feel" of the
site but for "creating a derivitive work of a copyrighted work without
permission." If it is, copyright owners can almost certainly send a
DMCA takedown notice and/or sue for infringement if they so choose,
and the BarackObama.com site specifically says:

"Copyright (c) 2007 Barack Obama. All rights reserved."

I would suggest the folks at http://www.collegiateultimate.com/ may
wish to change their CSS page ASAP.

-alan

--
Alan Hoyle - alanh@unc.edu - http://www.alanhoyle.com/
Re: NCUA :: Launched at collegiateultimate.com [message #6168 is a reply to message #6134] Wed, 12 November 2008 15:04 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Jeff
Messages: 338
Registered: September 2008
Senior Member
hope that does not affect their 501(c)(3) application

On Nov 12, 2:40�pm, Alan Hoyle <al...@unc.edu> wrote:
> On Wed, 12 Nov 2008 10:53:34, matty j wrote:
> > get a grip!!
> > running a business and making a profit is not evil.
> > using a web design template is not evil.
> > don't know if it's infringes on any trademarks and has legal issues,
> > but in my business it would be considered smarter than hiring a web
> > designer and starting from scratch.
>
> Neither of those things are evil, and I personally believe that modern
> copyright laws are almost hopelessly outdated and should be changed,
> but they're still the law of the land....
>
> This may be copyright infringement, not for the "look and feel" of the
> site but for "creating a derivitive work of a copyrighted work without
> permission." �If it is, copyright owners can almost certainly send a
> DMCA takedown notice and/or sue for infringement if they so choose,
> and the BarackObama.com site specifically says:
>
> � �"Copyright (c) 2007 Barack Obama. All rights reserved."
>
> I would suggest the folks athttp://www.collegiateultimate.com/may
> wish to change their CSS page ASAP.
>
> -alan
>
> --
> � Alan Hoyle �- �al...@unc.edu �- �http://www.alanhoyle.com/
Re: NCUA :: Launched at collegiateultimate.com [message #6203 is a reply to message #5657] Wed, 12 November 2008 19:25 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Adam Dyer
Messages: 54
Registered: October 2008
Member
DLK,

That would be CRAIG T. NELSON, also of Turner and Hooch fame.
Your summons are in the mail.

On Nov 8, 2:13 pm, DLK <DLKarlin...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm most worried about Kurt Dahlenberg, the coach of Florida being on
> the Advisory board.
>
> Why you ask?
>
> Well...
>
> Setting: UNLV fields, Cultimate's Trouble in Vegas 2008
>
> Situation: While Florida plays UBC on the first day Brodie Smith
> defends himself during a drawn out  argument with a UBC player who
> accuses him of making a  "Brodie call" that led to a turn and a break
> for Florida.
>
> Act 1, Scene 1:
>
> Coach Dahlenberg: Kurt, go get Brodie, he is whining like a girl again
> and he won't listen.
>
> Kurt Gibson: Brodie! Shut the hell up and get on the line.
>
> End scene
>
> So, in my humble opinion, the biggest issue that faces college
> ultimate has to be:
> If Coach (Oh man, I miss Greg T. Nelson) Dahlenberg can't even handle
> a C1 player on his own team, how is he going to handle them all?
>
> (Ok, ok, I'm not really worried about him, but I thought that was a
> funny story. So sue me.)
> (Don't do that.)
Re: NCUA :: Launched at collegiateultimate.com [message #6205 is a reply to message #6134] Wed, 12 November 2008 19:43 Go to previous messageGo to next message
appleshampoo
Messages: 27
Registered: October 2008
Location: Seattle, WA
Junior Member
Sweet, http://www.collegiateultimate.com/ now returning a "403
Forbidden" response code.

On Nov 12, 11:40 am, Alan Hoyle <al...@unc.edu> wrote:
> On Wed, 12 Nov 2008 10:53:34, matty j wrote:
> > get a grip!!
> > running a business and making a profit is not evil.
> > using a web design template is not evil.
> > don't know if it's infringes on any trademarks and has legal issues,
> > but in my business it would be considered smarter than hiring a web
> > designer and starting from scratch.
>
> Neither of those things are evil, and I personally believe that modern
> copyright laws are almost hopelessly outdated and should be changed,
> but they're still the law of the land....
>
> This may be copyright infringement, not for the "look and feel" of the
> site but for "creating a derivitive work of a copyrighted work without
> permission." If it is, copyright owners can almost certainly send a
> DMCA takedown notice and/or sue for infringement if they so choose,
> and the BarackObama.com site specifically says:
>
> "Copyright (c) 2007 Barack Obama. All rights reserved."
>
> I would suggest the folks athttp://www.collegiateultimate.com/may
> wish to change their CSS page ASAP.
>
> -alan
>
> --
> Alan Hoyle - al...@unc.edu - http://www.alanhoyle.com/
Re: NCUA :: Launched at collegiateultimate.com [message #6268 is a reply to message #5865] Thu, 13 November 2008 08:15 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Abbie
Messages: 7
Registered: October 2008
Junior Member
> Awesome logic. In case you, or anyone reading your post, didn't
> notice, you just compared the sum of four years of annual dues and a
> per player tournament fee to alifetimeUPAmembership.
>
> NCUA annual dues = $25 ($700 will get you 28 years of NCUAmembership)
>
> Please continue to enjoy making stupid arguments.

No, you're right. Please do direct me to the website where I can give
NCUA my credit card number.
Re: NCUA :: Launched at collegiateultimate.com [message #6279 is a reply to message #6268] Thu, 13 November 2008 09:00 Go to previous messageGo to next message
McB
Messages: 65
Registered: September 2008
Member
On Nov 13, 11:15 am, Abbie <abigailemer...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Awesome logic. In case you, or anyone reading your post, didn't
> > notice,  you just compared the sum of four years of annual dues and a
> > per player tournament fee to alifetimeUPAmembership.
>
> > NCUA annual dues = $25 ($700 will get you 28 years of NCUAmembership)
>
> > Please continue to enjoy making stupid arguments.
>
> No, you're right. Please do direct me to the website where I can give
> NCUA my credit card number.

Once again, brilliant argument. I didn't say you should join NCUA (or
that you shouldn't.) Only that you did some really shitty and
misleading math.
Re: NCUA :: Launched at collegiateultimate.com [message #6668 is a reply to message #6134] Mon, 17 November 2008 10:28 Go to previous message
Alan Hoyle
Messages: 51
Registered: September 2008
Member
On Wed, 12 Nov 2008 14:40:14, Alan Hoyle wrote:

> I would suggest the folks at http://www.collegiateultimate.com/ may
> wish to change their CSS page ASAP.

Interestingly, there are others who have used a CSS page layout
similar to Obama, but I'm not sure if this one is indepentently
developed or an infringing derivitive work.

http://www.nytimes.com/2008/11/15/world/middleeast/15bibi.ht ml

-alan

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