No surprise this came about then...
TSN was a terrible idea. The leadership was horrific. The membership requirements were to loose. The geographical logistics were ridiculous. It was bound to fail.
It could have continued to work and was working. None of these issues were of any consequence except for the membership consumption that went well beyond any scope of the imagination. As far as leadership goes it was top notch......the only drawbacks were personality conflicts and whether someone is mature enough to discuss/work issues out, not manipulate individuals painfully, methodically and slowly to ultimately get what one wants. geographical logistics had the least to do with what happened. Each geographical area could sustain themselves just as they could before any merge as their own entity. What really happened behind the so called walls is only for you to speculate and holds no words of truth or insight into the matter.
That is not "top notch" leadership. That is terrible leadership.personality conflicts and whether someone is mature enough to discuss/work issues out, not manipulate individuals painfully, methodically and slowly to ultimately get what one wants.
christshippie said:Leadership (as a whole) was terrible, I was one of the MANY leaders for a short time so I know.
As a whole though while we were all very active the leadership in TSN was a joy to be a part of and I still consider many of the leaders and players in Schizo to be m8's.