No Petition for CHAOS

Posted by nick237.

Engineer on team #237, sie h2o bots, from Watertown high school ct and sieman co.

Posted on 10/9/2000 8:16 PM MST

After reading all the messages from every one about the petition for CHAOS ’ mostly from CHAOS
members ’ I feel we should respect their wishes and leave well enough alone. I have come to the
conclusion that CHAOS team members are survivors and one way or another we shall see them at the
regional in NE.
My intentions were honerable and I would have felt and done the same for any team in the same situation.
CHAOS has their reasons for asking all to stay out of their business and we should respect that.
Good luck to Team 131 and remember you have friends who respect your intentions.
The Petition will not be sent by me as promissed today.
Nick Reynolds

Posted by Mike Kulibaba.   [PICTURE: SAME | NEW | HELP]

Other on team #88, TJ², from Bridgewater-Raynham Regional and Depuy, a Johnson and Johnson Company.

Posted on 10/9/2000 10:20 PM MST

In Reply to: No Petition for CHAOS posted by nick237 on 10/9/2000 8:16 PM MST:

I’m not a betting man but if I did I would bet that Choas will get into the NE regional, and if they don’t they should come down to New Jersey from March 15-17, I promise they won’t be sorry. I hope you guys get to NE

Kuli Team 88

Posted by Andy Grady.

Other on team in limbo from in limbo sponsored by in limbo.

Posted on 10/9/2000 10:49 PM MST

In Reply to: Re: No Petition for CHAOS posted by Mike Kulibaba on 10/9/2000 10:20 PM MST:

I will be traveling to Jersey to scout the competition and I for one would love to see CHAOS there if they cant get into NE. Hell I might just be willing to offer some strategic assistance to them if they wanted it and were willing to go to Jersey =) (hint hint) What better way to enjoy spring break eh? Of course if Chaos can’t make it to Jersey I guess we are gonna have to start the bidding (strategy crews don’t come cheap these days)
All kidding aside I think that Jersey is an excelent competition, and would be a great challenge for one of the toughest vets in New England.

good luck,
Andy Grady