Our team has come upon a great dilemma. Without clear answers this would have detrimental effects to our robotics career. We need answers fast as to whether the use of fresh produce and poultry products would be considered legal non-functional decorations. The only concern we have is this ruling of R12:
Because most vegetables are nondurable and do not perform effectively under duress, you may want to consider special mounting options for your decorative produce, since according to < G5 > your robot must stay together, and the weak produce will likely come apart during matches. Although you do not intend for the produce to come apart and separate from the robot(which would result in a minor violation), you did choose decorations that you know are prone to breakage, so you may receive a penalty for that.
In my oponion, I would not lettuce, the forum members, discuss the leekality of such rules. We have bean known to be pickle in the past, and to be frank, some people don’t carrot all. Sorry if I threw off the good chives here, but corn we be serious? Some of the things you people say just kale me.
You should document in your notebook the decision making process of the robot component— brainstorming possible mounting methods, different fresh produce options, using a decision making process to come to a conclusion that the chosen execution was optimal.