CO Side Event: The Jean-Baptiste Lully Memorial

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Looking for a teammate.
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Yeah, I'm nothing special at this level, but I'd like to play this.
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I'll throw my hat in the ring.
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Maybe.
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Field

Teams

1) Chris White and Mike Bentley
2) Auroni Gupta and Eric Mukherjee
3) Charles Hang and Mike Perovanovic
4) Rob Carson and Matt Bollinger
5) Ike Jose and David Garb
6) Rebecca Maxfield and Jonathan Magin

Free Agents/People Who Haven't Stated They're on a Team

Jerry Vinokurov
Dan Donohue
Mike Bentley
Aaron Rosenberg
Auroni Gupta
Mike Cheyne
Stephen
Bernadette Spencer
Andrew Hart
Sabrina Fritz
Evan (maybe)
Frank Firke
Chris
Eric Kwartler (may already have a partner)

Staffers

Carsten Gehring (probably)
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I'm a free agent for this.
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Free agent.
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Matt Bollinger and I are playing this together.
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I know some painting, and maybe will know some music by the time this happens.

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Playing with Magin assuming I can come (ie. find a team for the main event).
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Nicklausse/Muse wrote:Playing with Magin assuming I can come (ie. find a team for the main event). Still looking for someone who knows painting and other stuff.
Sorry, but I'm confused.
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Aaaand I reread and notice the "doubles" part. fail, self.
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Nicklausse/Muse wrote:Aaaand I reread and notice the "doubles" part. fail, self.
Ah. No worries.

As stated in the original post, we will possibly allow teams of three, but that's only once 18 teams/36 people are fulfilled. And, the addition of a third player won't result in a complete powerhouse being created. As in, we won't allow a team that already has two really strong players to add on a third strong player.
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Frank Firke wants to be YOUR teammate for this event! He knows visual arts fairly well and would enjoy a teammate who knows classical music and/or other aural arts stuff. Contact him at ffirke at gmail.com to team up with him today! He's a hot commodity!

Also, I'll probably staff this.
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Ike Jose and I are playing this together.
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I will certainly play this, would love a musically-inclined teammate.
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I'll play this, and I may have a teammate already.

EDIT: Chris Romero and I will be playing this together.
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Field

Teams

1) Chris White and Mike Bentley
2) Auroni Gupta and Eric Mukherjee
3) Charles Hang and Mike Perovanovic
4) Rob Carson and Matt Bollinger
5) Ike Jose and David Garb
6) Rebecca Maxfield and Jonathan Magin
7) Eric Kwartler and Chris Romero
8) Jerry Vinokurov and Kevin Koai
9) Richard Mason and John Lawrence
10) Mike Cheyne and Greg Paterson
11)
12)
13)
14)
15)
16)
17)
18)

Please note that after 18 teams of two are filled, we will arbitrarily make a few teams of 3, if need be. This will be done within reason and we will avoid adding third players to notably good teams already.

Free Agents/People Who Haven't Stated They're on a Team

Dan Donohue
Mike Bentley
Aaron Rosenberg
Auroni Gupta
Stephen
Bernadette Spencer
Andrew Hart
Sabrina Fritz
Evan (maybe)
Frank Firke
Chris
Matt Weiner
Roy Luo


Staffers

Carsten Gehring (probably)
Mike Laudermith
Nolan Winkler
Surya Sabhapathy
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Oh, I plan to play this and would like to hear from potential teammates.
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I'll play this. I'm pretty good at visual art but don't know shit about music
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Put me down as a maybe, as I do not know about my summer job situation yet. I consider myself to be pretty good on normal difficulty, but I still really don't know the harder stuff super well.

Also, I think this would be an appropriate time to announce that I am planning to write an all-opera side tournament, hopefully being ready sometime next winter. As of now, I'm planning for 7 rounds of 20 tossups each, no bonuses, with increasing difficulty as the rounds progress. If you have any questions, send them to me in a private message so that this thread doesn't get clogged up with non-CO things.
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Looks like I'm playing this with Kevin Koai.
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grapesmoker wrote:Looks like I'm playing this with Kevin Koai.
So has it been decided whether this is happening on Saturday or Sunday?
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Bentley Like Beckham wrote:
grapesmoker wrote:Looks like I'm playing this with Kevin Koai.
So has it been decided whether this is happening on Saturday or Sunday?
No, it hasn't. I'm really busy right now and don't really have the time to figure all of this out. Give me two weeks and after I've defended I will sort through this.
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Looks like John Lawrence and I are playing this together.
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I'm still looking for a teammate.
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I will very likely be able to staff this.
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I'll throw my 9% film knowledge into the mix; soliciting teammate.
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I can staff, I think.
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Still looking for a teammate--I know film and a handful of other things, especially if it's American. Also helpful if some musical theater creeps into the distribution.

EDIT: I'm now playing with Greg Peterson. Consider yourselves owned, musical theater questions!
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I'd like to write a bit for this.
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I'm still looking for a teammate myself!
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Sir Thopas wrote:I'd like to write a bit for this.
We thank you for your offer, but we'll respectfully decline. We feel that adding more writers would make things a little more hectic and disorganized. The same goes for others who also graciously offer to help write.
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I'm interested in playing and am seeking a teammate. I'm not great at arts in general, but I can get some solid buzzes on visual arts and jazz.
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Take me off the list. Unfortunately (or fortunately, whichever way you look at it) I am going to be out of the country that weekend.
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We thank you for your offer, but we'll respectfully decline
Dude, are you just turning down free questions from good writers? That's. . . innovative, I guess.
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Pilgrim wrote:I'm interested in playing and am seeking a teammate. I'm not great at arts in general, but I can get some solid buzzes on visual arts and jazz.
Want to team up?
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DumbJaques wrote:
We thank you for your offer, but we'll respectfully decline
Dude, are you just turning down free questions from good writers? That's. . . innovative, I guess.
We want the set to have a cohesive feel to it. There's a specific answer and clue space that Abid, Lloyd, and I have worked out and I think deviating from it would ultimately hurt the tournament more than help it. The fact that Guy is a good writer is tangential at most. Moreover we're writing questions at a pace that ensures we will be done with ample excess time, so if our decision is... innovative, I don't think it's unreasonable.
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tetragrammatology wrote:
Pilgrim wrote:I'm interested in playing and am seeking a teammate. I'm not great at arts in general, but I can get some solid buzzes on visual arts and jazz.
Want to team up?
I sure would.
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We want the set to have a cohesive feel to it. There's a specific answer and clue space that Abid, Lloyd, and I have worked out and I think deviating from it would ultimately hurt the tournament more than help it. The fact that Guy is a good writer is tangential at most. Moreover we're writing questions at a pace that ensures we will be done with ample excess time, so if our decision is... innovative, I don't think it's unreasonable.
While I assuredly will end up benefiting from this policy and the implied plethora of questions rewarding firsthand familiarity with the architectural highlights of Mantua's brothels, there's really nothing anyone in any situation ever could say to convince me that turning down good writers offering to write 5 questions or whatever is a net positive. At least sign them on and then turn over their soul-contracts to needy editors (like me!) - think of it as a write-off.
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DumbJaques wrote: architectural highlights of Mantua's brothels
Wrong city, right idea.
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Would you like to play together, Andrew?
EDIT: Scratch that; it looks like I'm playing with Chris Ray. Sorry Andrew, I posted this before checking my email box (fail on my part).
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Andy Kravis and I will be playing this together.
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I will be playing this with Ikshu Neithalath.
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I'm tentatively interested in playing this.
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Field

Teams

1) Chris White and Mike Bentley
2) Auroni Gupta and Eric Mukherjee
3) Charles Hang and Mike Perovanovic
4) Rob Carson and Matt Bollinger
5) Ike Jose and David Garb
6) Rebecca Maxfield and Jonathan Magin
7) Eric Kwartler and Chris Romero
8) Jerry Vinokurov and Kevin Koai
9) Richard Mason and John Lawrence
10) Mike Cheyne and Greg Paterson
11) Sabrina Fritz and Ikshu Neithalath
12) Bernadette Spencer and Trevor Davis
13) Aaron Rosenberg and Chris Ray
14) Scot Putzig and Andy Kravis
15) Seth Teitler and Selene Koo
16)
17)
18)

Please note that after 18 teams of two are filled, we will arbitrarily make a few teams of 3, if need be. This will be done within reason and we will avoid adding third players to notably good teams already.

Free Agents/People Who Haven't Stated They're on a Team

Dan Donohue
Auroni Gupta
Stephen
Andrew Hart
Evan (maybe)
Frank Firke
Chris
Matt Weiner
Ray Luo
Gautam Kandlikar

Staffers

Carsten Gehring (probably)
Mike Laudermith
Nolan Winkler
Surya Sabhapathy

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Spots are filling up, guys. Sign up, because I do believe we're capping this at 18 teams.

EDIT: We might be able to do a little more than 18.
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I want to play this and am looking for a teammate who knows something about music.
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I also wish to play this.
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I agreed to play this with someone on IRC, I think it was Andrew Hart.
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vcuEvan wrote:I agreed to play this with someone on IRC, I think it was Andrew Hart.
It was.
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