C'mon Fred - that's one less week certain East Coasters have to prepare for the drive out. Any more delays and they might not make it.VW Derf said:I need to apologize to everyone waiting for the decision to be made for November 16th, but due to a number of factors I wasn't able to give the applications a fair work through in one week. Therefore I've delayed the decision by another week. Rest assured it will be decided by November 23rd, 2009.
I am probably not going anyway.........owr084 said:C'mon Fred - that's one less week certain East Coasters have to prepare for the drive out. Any more delays and they might not make it.
That's not part of our proposal, but I was thinking about that yesterday. Funny you should mention it.petea4 said:Which proposal has a stock AND modified show classes?
I disagree.tomo366 said:S & S is fine as it is........
The TD took 2nd. First place was a TDI. One problem was a lack of entries. There were only two of us even though there were several other A3s in attendance.oilhammer said:Does that matter? The winner of this year's A3 class was not even a TDI.
do any of these judges get paid? are they professionals in the field carrying some type of certification?petea4 said:I disagree.
2 weeks after TDIFEST 2009 was at H20i in Ocean City, Maryland. They did not have mute judges.
3 weeks after TDIFEST 2009 was at the Bugorama, and Clean/Elite VW show, in Las Vegas Nevada. No mute judges there either.
1st week of November in Dade City, Florida, for the BugJam. No mute judges either.
I get around, from coast to coast, and this phenomenon is only present at the TDIfest's i've attended. Totally weird.