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 Post subject: Re: MIRA MESA INVITATIONAL BAND REVIEW and FIELD TOURNAMENT
PostPosted: Tue Oct 27, 2015 2:56 pm 
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Ayala will be there! :D


To come down to their turf (more or less) and take them on in SCSBOA is quite bold.


Me: That's not actually what they're doing. Reasons.

uci_guy wrote:
Ayala doesn't need to waste it's time with scsboa bands, we're national contenders ... lol

(edited in a line about Ayala being the band to beat in CA)

I'm sure there are lots of people at Ayala who respect their competition no matter what circuit


Me: That's not what I said at all. Clarification of reasons.

wjs05 wrote:
YOU are the one taking everything out of context.


Um... What? Why are you emphasizing the word "YOU" here? I haven't accused anyone of taking anything out of context.

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The entire point to the Ayala vs Mt.carmel "thing" is that as marching band fans, its exciting to see two powerhouses compete for the thrill of it. It's a win-win for everyone.


Sure, why not. I get it.

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Get over yourself.


I'm a little teapot, short and stout. Here is my handle, here is my spout. When I get all steamed up, hear me shout! Tip me over and pour me out.

Better?


Hahahahaha! I have to admit. I laughed out loud at that one. PSM, whoever you are, thanks for clarifying. The show will be a great display of talent, for sure. Didn't mean to talk it up TOO much. I can get into Master of Ceremonies mode rather quick. :wink:


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 27, 2015 4:48 pm 
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airons0678 wrote:

Hahahahaha! I have to admit. I laughed out loud at that one. PSM, whoever you are, thanks for clarifying. The show will be a great display of talent, for sure. Didn't mean to talk it up TOO much. I can get into Master of Ceremonies mode rather quick. :wink:


I know, right? It can be pretty easy to get caught up in the competitiveness of it all. Then again, if I thought the judging at these events was reliable - and it's not at all reliable, in fact it's almost always terrible - I might take results more seriously.

I just want to make sure my kids have interesting shows to work on and are prepared to have killer performances.


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PSM wrote:
Let's go back:

airons0678 wrote:
Hostrauser wrote:
Ayala will be there! :D


To come down to their turf (more or less) and take them on in SCSBOA is quite bold.


Me: That's not actually what they're doing. Reasons.

uci_guy wrote:
Ayala doesn't need to waste it's time with scsboa bands, we're national contenders ... lol

(edited in a line about Ayala being the band to beat in CA)

I'm sure there are lots of people at Ayala who respect their competition no matter what circuit


Me: That's not what I said at all. Clarification of reasons.

wjs05 wrote:
YOU are the one taking everything out of context.


Um... What? Why are you emphasizing the word "YOU" here? I haven't accused anyone of taking anything out of context.

wjs05 wrote:
The entire point to the Ayala vs Mt.carmel "thing" is that as marching band fans, its exciting to see two powerhouses compete for the thrill of it. It's a win-win for everyone.


Sure, why not. I get it.

wjs05 wrote:
Get over yourself.


I'm a little teapot, short and stout. Here is my handle, here is my spout. When I get all steamed up, hear me shout! Tip me over and pour me out.

Better?


LMAO. Yes. Thank you. :bow:


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 Post subject: Re: MIRA MESA INVITATIONAL BAND REVIEW and FIELD TOURNAMENT
PostPosted: Tue Oct 27, 2015 9:11 pm 
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uci_guy wrote:
Ayala doesn't need to waste it's time with scsboa bands, we're national contenders ... lol

Ayala is definitely the band to beat in CA
I'm sure there are lots of people at Ayala who respect their competition no matter what circuit


I want to clarify that although I don't know who uci_guy is or originally said it, this is not a quote from a person currently affiliated with my program and absolutely does not reflect what we are about. Everyone in the program respects our competition or they are no longer part of it. We are all looking forward to a great day of positive competition and sportsmanship and great commentary from the panel.

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 Post subject: Re: MIRA MESA INVITATIONAL BAND REVIEW and FIELD TOURNAMENT
PostPosted: Tue Oct 27, 2015 10:26 pm 
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Mark Stone wrote:
uci_guy wrote:
Ayala doesn't need to waste it's time with scsboa bands, we're national contenders ... lol

Ayala is definitely the band to beat in CA
I'm sure there are lots of people at Ayala who respect their competition no matter what circuit


I want to clarify that although I don't know who uci_guy is or originally said it, this is not a quote from a person currently affiliated with my program and absolutely does not reflect what we are about. Everyone in the program respects our competition or they are no longer part of it. We are all looking forward to a great day of positive competition and sportsmanship and great commentary from the panel.


Hello, Mr. Stone. First off, great show! Your kids, parents, staff work very hard, and never have they been disrespectful (that I know).

As for uci_guy, I think he (I assume "he") changed his original post to imply more sarcasm with the "Ayala doesn't need to waste it's time with scsboa bands, we're national contenders" post, as a direct response to PSM. It doesn't look like it phrased the way it is now, but before you definitely knew uci_guy was not affiliated with Ayala. And I don't think it was a direct shot at your program, really--mainly a remark about how PSM came across, which has been cleared up (I hope!). Anyways, no "Rumble in San Diego" (ha ha!). Just great, classy competing, as always.


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thank you airons0678, that is correct.

i do hope ayala does well at nationals. 2007s road not taken is one of my favorites.

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Mark, sorry if I caused any trouble.


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No worries...I just wanted to clarify as I know how these things blow up sometimes.

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Mark Stone wrote:
No worries...I just wanted to clarify as I know how these things blow up sometimes.


Heh. Yeah, they do boil over every now and again.


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Interesting. I don't remember the last time a powerhouse band took a fairly long trip to perform in a different circuit. It does remind me of when Etiwanda used to attend Arcadia, but that was a SCSBOA band going to a SCSBOA event.


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horns2thebachs wrote:
Interesting. I don't remember the last time a powerhouse band took a fairly long trip to perform in a different circuit. It does remind me of when Etiwanda used to attend Arcadia, but that was a SCSBOA band going to a SCSBOA event.


I can't remember what year, and what circuit, but I remember Mission Viejo went down to San Diego and ended up competing with Rancho Bernardo. Also, Arcadia has competed in WBA (against James Logan) up in Union City a few times. It's rare, but it happens.

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airons0678 wrote:
I can't remember what year, and what circuit, but I remember Mission Viejo went down to San Diego and ended up competing with Rancho Bernardo.

It was the Poway Invitational in 2012, and actually, that was the one year Rancho Bernardo did not attend.

CLASS 6A
85.49 Mission Viejo
84.23 San Marcos (San Marcos)
Auxiliary
73.5 Mission Viejo
69.5 Mt. Carmel
Percussion
83.0 San Marcos
80.5 Mt. Carmel

SWEEPSTAKES
Auxiliary - 83.0 San Marcos
Percussion - 87.0 Mission Viejo
Visual - 89.0 San Marcos
G.E. - 177 San Marcos
Music - 84.25 Mission Viejo
BAND - 85.55 Mt. Carmel


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Hostrauser wrote:
airons0678 wrote:
I can't remember what year, and what circuit, but I remember Mission Viejo went down to San Diego and ended up competing with Rancho Bernardo.

It was the Poway Invitational in 2012, and actually, that was the one year Rancho Bernardo did not attend.

CLASS 6A
85.49 Mission Viejo
84.23 San Marcos (San Marcos)
Auxiliary
73.5 Mission Viejo
69.5 Mt. Carmel
Percussion
83.0 San Marcos
80.5 Mt. Carmel

SWEEPSTAKES
Auxiliary - 83.0 San Marcos
Percussion - 87.0 Mission Viejo
Visual - 89.0 San Marcos
G.E. - 177 San Marcos
Music - 84.25 Mission Viejo
BAND - 85.55 Mt. Carmel


Thanks. But didn't RB host a WBA show one year? I think MV may have participated, but RB didn't compete.

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airons0678 wrote:
Thanks. But didn't RB host a WBA show one year? I think MV may have participated, but RB didn't compete.

Yes, RB's home show was part of the WBA circuit for the first two years (2009 & 2010) and Mission Viejo was at both. But since it was WBA, Mission Viejo wasn't traveling to go out of circuit.

RB's show was then independently judged for several years, and changed again this year to be (and going forward, I assume will be) SCSBOA-judged.


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Hostrauser wrote:
airons0678 wrote:
I can't remember what year, and what circuit, but I remember Mission Viejo went down to San Diego and ended up competing with Rancho Bernardo.

It was the Poway Invitational in 2012, and actually, that was the one year Rancho Bernardo did not attend.

CLASS 6A
85.49 Mission Viejo
84.23 San Marcos (San Marcos)
Auxiliary
73.5 Mission Viejo
69.5 Mt. Carmel
Percussion
83.0 San Marcos
80.5 Mt. Carmel

SWEEPSTAKES
Auxiliary - 83.0 San Marcos
Percussion - 87.0 Mission Viejo
Visual - 89.0 San Marcos
G.E. - 177 San Marcos
Music - 84.25 Mission Viejo
BAND - 85.55 Mt. Carmel


Ah, yes. This year has some notable absences of regulars in years past
(RB, El Dorado, Vista, San Marcos) that are... quite unfortunate, to say the least


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