About a year ago, in the salad days of my eager cub-scribe-y-ness, I wrote a little article about the 2005 National Professional Paintball Leaguer tournament. It wasn't anything exciting; just a wee bit o' sump'n sump'n about what a professional paintball tournament might look like to someone from the outside of the game. You know, the whole gun and ammo sales, the kids using their nifty war lingo, the casualty count, the lack of any normal social skills . . . stuff like that. And flattered as I might have been over the prospect of attending the tournament last year, it held no cigar to the overflowing love the 'ballers showed me on the Planet LAPCO blog. Blog admin Colin T posted my article first [Mon., April 4, 2005, 1:08 p.m. Subject: "Happiness Is a Warm Paintball Gun"]. The ensuing hour and eight minutes went a little... More >>>