blatant disregard for facts
Ugh, okay? So since I misspelled your name, I must also be guilty of including serious factual errors in the DAFT set! Right.
Really? Wow. If you noticed, I clearly stated that I would not be surprised if there were minor grammatical errors. See Fred's post if you need more evidence for why your understanding of this issue is flawed.
Secondly, there have been repeated requests for the establishment of a private discussion forum. Why don't you email Fred and ask for this to be established? Surely, I thought when deciding not to email you, that a forum wherein members of the community can put ours heads together and collectively critique the set on which you worked so hard would be far more productive and rewarding for you, no?"
Honestly, I had no idea private forums were now allowed for high school sets. If this is true, Fred can by all means create one. E-mail simply is the fastest way to reach me, besides a phone call, which is obviously an absurd communication option.
Trygve Meade (who, if I remember corrrectly, produced some of the best questions in this set along with George, Kirun, and Idrees...sorry if I forgot someone)
I'll just say this: Kirun would agree with me that his questions were inadequate, given he admitted that he wrote them within a span of 5 minutes. I did everything I could to salvage them and make them at least pyramidal when editing. But thanks for clearly showing your bias! Also, for the record, Dan Humphrey had the exact opposite critique of the tournament after their mirror.
Finally, pointing out a few major issues via email is fine, yes, but I am not going to, in effect, fix your set for you when I could be spending my time writing questions for producers of quality sets.
So if there are actually major issues, e-mail them. I'm in no way ever expecting you, or Jonah, to edit anyone else's set. But I guess you're entitled to your exaggerated claims.