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ACRO E-mail Archive Thread: WAC freestyle and unknown programs


Thread: WAC freestyle and unknown programs

Message: WAC freestyle and unknown programs

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From: Rick Ermer <ermer at>

Date: Wed, 14 Aug 1996 12:48:42 UTC



> Rick Ermer wrote:
> > 
> > Larry,
> > 
> >    Do you know if spectators will be able to obtain copies of the competitor's free and unknown sequences before they are flown?  
> >  It makes it a lot easier to follow.
> > 
> > Rick
> I imagine the Free might be a possibility.  The Unknown is kept under 
> wraps until it's delivered to the pilots, so WAC management would have 
> to figure out how to distribute it to the public after it's out, but 
> before flown.
> I'll pass your note along to WAC management.  You are right, it would be 
> good, if the crowd can read aresti.  What percent of the crowd can do 
> that?   Perhaps a digitized copy on the jumbo-tron?
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   You might also pass along that I'd  be willing to pay a few bucks for copies of the known, free and unknowns.  Perhaps as some form of program supplement.

   I imagine only IAC types would be interested; any good copy center shoud be able to turn out a few hundred copies quickly.  The only real problem is with the freestyles; everyone's got a unique one.
Copies of the known with a verbal description might be of interest to the general public.

   I'm posting this to the list to see if anyone else is interested.



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