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I think we can accept now that the month isn’t going to end well. The person with the highest number of medals has an outstanding 3, and let me make this clear, it wasn’t his fault. Let me lay bare some statistics:

  • There were 12 posts (13 as of this one). This is the lowest amount since September 2011, when the site was still under construction. Considering some of the posts were just 1 liners, we’ve barely broken 10.
  • There wasn’t one ACPTR related post put on the ACP site, despite Superoo and Slider being on it.
  • There were three successful events.
  • There was only 1 out of 4 scheduled staff reviews posted.
  • Slider, ACPTR Leader, posted 0 times.
  • Between them, the co-leaders posted once.
  • Despite having numerous staff leave throughout the month, there were no staff hiring posts (despite being promised them by Slider a week ago)
  • Despite this, the amount of hits was similar to last month and so was the amount of cadets. The ACP retained decent sizes.

So yeah, happy days. To put it purely and simply, this hasn’t been a good month. Here are some individual staff reviews.

Cpwarriorful and Maxy: You two have been OK, keep it up.

Matt and Nintendo: Little to nothing from you, improve and show you want to be full staff members.

Epicorange and Levandovski: Not nearly enough for co-leaders. When leaders are inactive, you’re meant to step in, and you didn’t.

Superoo: If you want my opinion, then I think you’re doing too many projects. You’ve got the (already redundant) Asian Divsision, your candidacy for president of CP, your ACP site jobs, and your half-joking half-serious Nochos army. And then ACPTR on the side. If you want ACPTR to be something you can do, and properly, then you need to downsize.

Slider: I’ve had next to nothing from you, and if you don’t get active soon, then you know what will happen. I’ve heard you’ve had school/PC issues but in the end this isn’t enough of an excuse for the leader not to do anything.

Happy “graduation” day.

-Twingy, ACPTR Superintendent

6 Responses

  1. Staff step it up, to see barely anyone posting and scheduling events is terrible, you all signed up to this job meaning that you were excited about this so how about you show it and be ACTIVE.

  2. Good post. The staff can’t be as ‘busy’ as they claim to be because they are always lazing about on ACP chat, so good post.

  3. I came to the event but not many people show up. I asked Super if I could schedule events but he said He would.

  4. That is very very bad.

  5. I got no medals at all 😦 what can I do to earn them?

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