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Date Posted: 14:53:38 08/22/17 Tue
Author: RMP
Subject: Not sure there really are "easier" regions as much anymore. We are from the southern region where some people consider to be an "easier" win. My daughter did not get either of her prelim wins in our region, but one in the mid-Atlantic and one in mid-America. I think it really depends on the feis and who is there.
In reply to: Planning 's message, "Will DD be considered less if she gets her 1sts for OC at feises in an "easier" region than our home region?" on 11:48:51 08/22/17 Tue

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  • This may seem like an odd post, but in reality, it's absolutely true that peers will and do make comments about kids who compete out of region and what their motives are. -- sad but true, 15:19:34 08/22/17 Tue
  • Those attitudes can be laid directly at the feet of the parents who run their mouths and negatively gossip around their children. Apple's don't fall far (NT) -- From the tree, 16:41:01 08/22/17 Tue

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