bpark56 at comcast.net
Wed Mar 23 20:17:48 CET 2016
Agreed, but I still see laws like this as impractical, unrealistic, and difficult to administer fairly and consistently. I think I’d rather see the basic principle be, “You screwed up, you suffer!” Then everyone gets treated equally over time.
> On Mar 23, 2016, at 8:08 PM, Steve Willner <swillner at nhcc.net> wrote:
> On 2016-03-23 2:44 PM, Robert Park wrote:
>> My sense, which I suspect is at least as good as your 20% example, it
>> that that number for club directors in the US is likely to be
>> vanishingly small.
> The 20% was completely made up; it could be zero to >90% for various
> pairs I know.
> I agree with your last comment but would delete the word "club."
> As to estimating the percentage in a particular instance, it will always
> be difficult, but a competent Director's estimate is likely to be better
> than random or simply assuming zero. Ideally Directors will consult on
> any judgment ruling, of which this is surely one. Nobody said directing
> is easy.
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