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Why not? She's a public figure, and the order was a matter of public
record.

Just curious if anyone has done this yet.

I know from living in Philadelphia that two very large tournaments are
held here.

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On Oct 30, 11:03*pm, RayGordon wrote:

I know from living in Philadelphia that two very large tournaments are
held here.


But not because you've played in any.

Whoops.
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On Oct 30, 11:30*pm, Matt Nemmers wrote:
On Oct 30, 11:03*pm, RayGordon wrote:

I know from living in Philadelphia that two very large tournaments are
held here.


But not because you've played in any.

Whoops.



What's Double-D's rating these days?

Let's see, I'm 1900 now, 2000 peak. That's from all of four years of
tournament play.

Ya know, if this case moves to Texas....


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If you think people should trespass in a private space to pursue their
own ends, then you are welcome to advocate loitering and trespass.


The "private space" at a hotel for a chess tournament would consist of
the conference rooms, not the general areas of the hotel.

Are you playing devil's advocate, or against the concept on other
grounds?
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On Oct 31, 12:00*am, RayGordon wrote:
Let's see, I'm 1900 now, 2000 peak. *That's from all of four years of
tournament play.


And almost two DECADES old.

His strenth OTB -- since he's TOO SCARED to play for real -- has
undoubtedly waned tremendously.

Ya know, if this case moves to Texas....


I hope it does! BRING IT ON, PUSSY! You've been talking **** to me
for well over five years.

You gonna bark all day, little doggie?


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On Oct 31, 7:33*pm, RayGordon wrote:
If you think people should trespass in a private space to pursue their
own ends, then you are welcome to advocate loitering and trespass.


The "private space" at a hotel for a chess tournament would consist of
the conference rooms, not the general areas of the hotel.

Are you playing devil's advocate, or against the concept on other
grounds?


So, after the hotel determines that you are not the responsibility of
the chess organizers, that you are there on your own account, it would
be the hotel management who asks you to leave their premises, just as
if you were passing out handbills in favor of Mummia.

David Ames

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On Oct 31, 7:33 pm, RayGordon wrote:
If you think people should trespass in a private space to pursue their
own ends, then you are welcome to advocate loitering and trespass.


The "private space" at a hotel for a chess tournament would consist of
the conference rooms, not the general areas of the hotel.

Are you playing devil's advocate, or against the concept on other
grounds?


So, after the hotel determines that you are not the responsibility of
the chess organizers, that you are there on your own account, it would
be the hotel management who asks you to leave their premises, just as
if you were passing out handbills in favor of Mummia.


He's made these kinds of threats before, threatening to disrupt book
signings for people he doesn't like. It's just his way of blowing off and
getting more attention. The fact is that he is afraid that he would quickly
be arrested for tresspassing and removed from the premisis. He's right,
that's exactly what would happen.


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