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Re: Judges

Croftway@aol.com wrote:
> Judges:
> I'm going to throw in my opinion on this - I love a good argument!
> Firstly, any judge who has his/her opinion changed by seeing a photo of a
> variety in a book or calendar is, in my opinion, not fit to be an accredited
> judge. 

If you will accept a rewording from "has his/her opinion changed" to
"changes the way she/he votes" I would certainly agree.

> Any evidence of any judge being diverted from their true path by this
> should be made known to the relevant authorities and that judge should be
> struck off!

Not easily done, but a good goal.

Gerry--novice judge

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