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Comment from: Paul W [Visitor]
Seems to me the problem is motivational. It could be easily solved by chucking the player with the highest score in a nearby volcano at the end of the tournament. That would not only lower scores but greatly increase viewership as well.

Might make it harder to find players though ;-)
01/08/06 @ 16:46
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Not a bad idea. Hearkens back to the days of sacrificing virgins and all. Sort of reactionary, though, and might not do a lot for tourism. Email Tim Finchem, though, just in case.
01/08/06 @ 17:59
Comment from: Sam [Visitor]
First comment sounds funny :-) Especially about volcanoes.
09/07/06 @ 04:14

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