My First Post…

Well, for all of you who don’t know me, my name is TyloV5, and I’m a master general in the ACP.   Now, the title of this post is self explainatory.  It’s my first post on the ACP site (my speech about retirement doesn’t count, because even though I wrote it, Shab posted it).  And I just want to say some stuff.

I’m a contributor on the site so I can post who the graduates for the ACPTR are every month.  This way it’s easier for the leaders to find-out who needs to get promos and to what rank due to their performance in the ACPTR.  That’s all for that…

Next, if you are in the Delta Division, check the site.  There are two important posts for you to read!

If you see someone called “Dobby” on chat, it is me.  And if you happen to be a certain “Mr. Smurf” (maxthepen), I will steal your socks.  Okay, enough of that…

Well, that’s all I can think of.  Oh, and read the posts below this one.  They’re all pretty important.

Pie!  (I couldn’t think of any catch-phrase worth putting here, so this will do)

TyloV5

Adding A New Server

Ktman: HUGE Practice Battle coming soon!  Stay tuned for more info!

The soldiers of ACP decided to claim a new server off Club Penguin. So ACP hereby declares the brand new server  “Dry Ice”  to be sovereign ACP land.  This is mostly in name only as it is a safe chat LOL.  Any other army that wishes to share it, we will gladly do so.  So let the new server party begin, using safe chat. Boy recruiting is going to be tough there : /

Dryvit.

A Message From Our New Senate V.P.

Posted on July 27, 2009 by Dr Nono Jr

As the new VP, I may run things a bit differently. Meetings will still be every 2 weeks, and the next elections will remain, as scheduled, this December. I don’t know how meetings were run in the past, but I’d assume they’re different from my idea. I emphasize the word “idea” because we’ll just try this and see how it works before permanently implementing it. Here’s my idea for the meeting structure:

1. Open Discussion

For a minute or two, the senators discuss whatever they need to in order to prepare for the meeting.

2. Presentation

The meeting is called to order. The senators take turns presenting bills.

3. Discussion

Once a bill has been presented, take a few minutes to discuss it.

4. Voting

Once discussion is over, the bill is voted upon. Majority rules, so if more than half of the senators approve of the bill, it’s passed. Go back to step 2 and repeat until all bills have been voted upon.

5. Brainstorming

Once all the bills have either been passed or shot down, brainstorming begins. It lasts as long as it needs to. The senators discuss how to solve problems the ACP is currently dealing with.

6. Press Release

Once brainstorming is done, the meeting is over. I make a post on the ACP site summarizing the meeting and what was decided.

Hope this works. Rock on!

-!<~Dr Nono Jr~>!-

ACP Vice President