- Sep 24, 2022
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This is so beyond a lack of logic that it doesn't deserve a response.This is checkmark risk assessment at it's finest. You know there's a risk, and you just put in a CYA clause so you don't get sued or fined.
The fact you have a procedure to deal with an event doesn't mean you're protected from it. It's like insurance. My insurance company doesn't do anything to prevent my car from crashing. I still have to drive my car safely if I don't want to crash. My insurance company is just there so that if I do get into an accident, I don't also go into bankruptcy.
The risks go up because the allowed contact goes up. If I were to have an airsoft league that starts using metal BB guns when you hit 5 years experience, which would you say is the reason the league is more dangerous? Is it because my opponents have 5 years of experience, or because we upgraded from plastic to metal BBs?
I have no reason to CYA. I could not care less whether you compete or not. Not my rules, not my writing.
If me or you want to compete, we are bound by those rules, just like everyone else. I am not the one trying (or is it crying) to get the bar lowered. Goodness knows, it has lowered enough the last few years.
No one in WT TKD is doing something outside the rules (metal BB's, really?). No one is expecting someone who is not experienced enough or prepared enough to compete. That would be on the competitor. Much more the opposite because it is a huge waste of tournament time. Why is that so hard to understand? Are you sure you are in the right sport? Maybe checkers is more your speed.