Tuesday, September 1, 2015

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The information contained on this blog site may be hazardous to your status with the DTA


Disclosure Statement

This blog is for recreational and entertainment purposes only.  The views and opinions expressed on this blog are entirely subjective and are not deemed to be construed as factual information.  Information that is posted on this blog is strictly “hearsay” and may or may not be accurate and or factual information.  Accordingly, such information should not be construed as facts nor be used in any manner to assess judgement upon one’s character, ability, or integrity regarding the game of tennis.

The authors of this blog do not attest to nor confirm the validity of any information that may be posted by said “Users”.  “Users” being defined as any person posting on this blog as anonymous (also referred to as Anon), or those whom may post under any user name.  Blog authors and administrators cannot, nor do not confirm said User being whom they may claim to be.  In essence, all Users, whether logged into Google Blogger or not, cannot be verified and thus should be considered as an anonymous source.

This blog has no affiliation to any other third party, including, but not limited to, The Dallas Tennis Association (DTA), The United States Tennis Association (USTA), the USTA Texas Section,  The Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP), the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), National Association of Comedians (NAC), etc., etc., etc.

Authors and administrators of this blog are not paid personnel, and strictly contribute their time and effort in providing entertaining information to the Dallas tennis society. 

By using this blog, you acknowledge the above disclosures, and consent to keeping the Dallas tennis community fun and recreational.

Yours truly,

CF

20 comments:

  1. Anything you write can and will be used against you by the DTA!

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  2. Funny that something I created 8 years ago because I was bored at my job has created such fun. He He. Some good reads lately, I am almost tempted to post again but alas I don't get to hang out on a computer that much anymore but love the contributors work.

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  3. Cary - to your point, I actually went back to old blog posts when you started this thing back in 2007. The same things were being commented on back then that they are today....Houston beating Dallas at Sectionals, people tanking, people playing out of level, stacked tri-level teams, year end ratings, etc. etc. It is actually quite entertaining to go back and read this and see nothing has changed.

    A huge thank you should be given to you for creating it, and a huge thank you to the original contributors like Corey, and yes, Klamecki as well, and to our current contributor Murray. I see you were inspired by Houston's blog and it has been dead for over a year now. I'm glad to see Dallas's blog still alive and think it is a unique thing to the Dallas tennis community.

    That being said, I was quite surprised when I read comments about DTA taking actions based on information or posts that were made by certain individuals on this blog. We all know what is said on here gets elaborated and inflated, and I can't imagine that comments made on this blog were actually used as a reference to make judgment on one's character that resulted in disciplinary actions. If that truly is the case, Klamecki should have been banned for life!

    For those who were effected, I hope you feel more comfortable providing insights given our blog "disclosures" and keep us informed.

    And again, Cary - thanks to you for creating. I hope you do come back and become a contributor again. It is your baby.

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  4. DTA is a bunch of petty, pathetic PC wimps, good job DTA making yourself even more hated and pathetic then you already were.
    Hope the pay is good enough, because the service sucks

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  5. DTA screwed Spring Park.. PERIOD!!!

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  6. Shouldn't this blog be affiliated with Alcoholics Anonymous? Seems like lots of members of both around here.

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  7. It's a shame..
    The DTA is a shady, closed door, members only organization.
    The association should be out there growing the sport and spreading good will, not trying to be the Dallas Tennis Illuminati.

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    1. at least there's an intelligence test to join the illuminati

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  8. Radio silence? nothing but crickets out there.......was it something I said?

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    1. Fear of DTA reprisal.

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    2. Mixed is over so all the women got off the blog

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  9. still waiting for the alan at springpark explanation that he promised us... now that is radio silence...

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    1. He knows he is guilty and he is hiding.

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  10. I wouldn't come back here and post my explanation either, after the ridiculous name calling directed at him and others. "I'll come on here and explain, and it will be my last blog post...."

    *drops mic, walks off*

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  11. LE is big time cheater and DTA does nothing.

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    1. Yes he a cheat and DTA does nothing unless its Mike Kelly..

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    2. Seriously, what is your issue with Le? It is unreal how much you whine all the time. You need your man card revoked.

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  12. Fall predictions in 4.5?

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  13. Tanking, then more tanking, then rainouts and then sub par championships.

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