The Orienteering Awards Committee would like your input for who you think should be the Orienteering Award winners. There are four categories: Orienteer of the Year, Junior of the Year, Comet of the Year (a person who wasn’t on the radar screen and now is putting in great orienteering performances), and the Team of the Year.
Nominations were solicited from the Orienteering USA membership and these nominations are now presented to you. Please vote for your preference. Information about the nominees is given with the names. The results of the poll will assist the Orienteering Awards Committee in making their decision. Please, only one vote per person, but we would like as many members to vote as possible.
In order to vote:
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Orienteering Awards Committee Chair
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And to be clear, this is the Orienteering USA Annual Awards for 2015. Voting is limited to Orienteering USA members. Please submit your vote by 11:59PM Eastern Time, December 23rd.
So I can neither be an astronaut nor vote in the OUSA awards. How discriminatory your country is.
Nor can you stand for President
Can I at least salute him?
Yes, but if you use your middle finger they'll probably deport you.
Nah, they'll just assume you're a Republican...
Why can't you be an astronaut
? Too short?
(You could certainly join OUSA, by the way.)
Is it bad that I was expecting to see an article about an Australian space program which is completely reliant upon scaffolding... and kiwi scaffolders.
I'll have to link you to my log
where the original article came from.
There are plenty of astronauts who aren't American. We have an International Space Station! Non-Americans have been going up for over 30 years
I assume I can vote for an astronaut in the Comet of the Year award?
Voting for the Orienteering Awards ends Wednesday night at 11:59 PM Eastern time. Still time, though, to get your vote in.
Could you vote for astronauts as a team?
I'm sure tRicky would be in the running for 'Comment of the Year Award', if only through sheer frequency of contributions.
I vote to send Tooms into space.