Thanks to our friends over at United Paintball for the awesome MAO video. Warning, vid opens with a naughty word
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The Roster takes you inside the off-season assembly of a professional paintball team, and how that creation performs on the 2012 PSP and NPPL Professional Circuits.
Beginning with tryouts/camp in January, X-Factor looks at a field of more than 30 players to fill just 5 spots-4 on the development squad and one on the pro team.
EPISODE 2 Synopsis:
The field of 40 players has been reduced to only 15 as Day 2 begins, including the four players with pro experience. But three are on shaky ground.
After a brutal snap-shooting drill and a series of 3-on-3 matches, only 5 players will be invited to the next round!
The Roster is directed by veteran action sports filmmaker Dan Napoli, and narrated by the voice of the game, Matt Marshall.
This episode features the song “Spin Cycle” by Eyedea & Abilities, courtesy of Rhymesayers Entertainment.
Veteran FRENCH Team ‘TonTon’ (Tontons Flingueurs) get ready to step into the 2013 PSP Pro Arena to battle the worlds best teams.
Needless to say but Rand Paul was right on the money. All 13 hours of it.
Everyone knows the pros but what about those who will be pros? This series follows the San Jose Royalty who one day maybe on pro field.
And we’re off! The 2013 PSP season is upon us, with the first event hosted at Cousin’s Paintball in Dallas Texas. Episode one features practices and player commentary from Camp Pendleton [San Diego] and Capital Edge Paintball Park [Sacramento] against the Ironmen, Impact, San Diego Pirates, and Sacramento DMG. Both structured practices were great learning experiences for San Jose Royalty as they continue to prepare for the first PSP event of the year. Please join us in following San Jose Royalty throughout the 2013 PSP season as we cover their practices and events. Stay tuned for another episode of the last two weeks of preparation leading up to Dallas and coverage from the event itself.
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Tax inequality in the U.S? I’m betting you think the rich don’t pay enough?
PBRack highlights from NPPL Las Vegas 2012. A little late but good stuff. Solid editing.
I agree. It looks a little awkward with that back hose going back into the trigger frame. And somewhat “plasticy”. But if it preforms better than the Ego 11 and on par with the Geo 3 I can’t see it as a fail.
It looks like this is the year of reviving older designs.
CCM J12. Flowing design, looks a little odd but also quite cool. PBN Leaked Pics
PE Ego LV1. New, macroline less Ego. PBN Pics
JT Impulse. Looks like an 09 SP Impulse. PBN Pics
Empire Resurrection Autococker. Speaks for itself, it looks like a Sniper with a front block. PBN Pics
PSP World Cup 2012 Divisional footage. Filmed and edited by Social Paintball’s resident ginger, Amanda Evans.
New trailer from DerDer for their “The Reckoning Series”. This episode covers the struggle of the San Diego Dynasty through their 2012 season. You can download the full episode at derder.com
Some new training videos coming from the boys of Dynasty.
Here is a good at home drill that you can do to increase your core strength and your breakout speed. This will especially help players who shoot lanes off the break.
Earlier today, Ron Paul filed an international UDRP complaint against RonPaul.com and RonPaul.org with WIPO, a global governing body that is an agency of the United Nations. The complaint calls on the agency to confiscate the two domain names from the hands of his supporters without compensation and hand them over to Ron Paul.
Well, that’s one way to tarnish a legacy.
He spends a lifetime speaking out in favor of private property rights, speaking out in favor of free association and free markets, speaking out against the U.N., speaking out in favor of internet freedom… to only throw it away on such pettiness. What he’s doing - and how he’s doing it - is completely antithetical to what he’s always stood for.
Very disappointed, to say the least.
Nope. Not the case. I encourage you to watch this video.
And here is the data to back it up:
To be honest, though I was a little upset when I read the articles too. Classic defamation at it’s finest.