I can't seem to escape that "geek" comment, can I?
We've had a huge response by the Reuters article. Thanks for being kind enough to provide the link for us. Doing some searches on Google also brought up a number of other sites that have picked up on the sport. The more obscure one has been Breakup Girl on Oxygen -
It is odd she got Dave's name wrong. I sent his name and contact info via e-mail. Perhaps they can do some kind of correction. I'll let her know of the error.
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Pretty good aritlce overall, but you'd think they'd verify the spelling of people's names...
"Oregon resident Dave Balmer..."
or maybe this was intentional to keep his anonymity :)
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