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Baltimore Spring 2010

Will you attend this competition?


  • Total voters
    30
  • Poll closed .

Tyson

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I am always nervous giving my opinions about an issue like this, but here is what I dislike about letting Shane get away with this:

http://www.worldcubeassociation.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=808

Here is a competitor who cheated, but later admitted cheating, confessed, and took the time to write an apology. It seems awful that someone else who did not do such an honorable thing would get to act as if nothing happened.

I would just like to say that with regard to the forum entry above, although I certainly don't approve of the cheating, I really appreciate the fact that the competitor both admitted it and apologized. A good example I wish others would follow.
There is no evidence to actually act unfortunately. Things will be done.
 
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