In our league we have a $100 dollar free agent acquisition budget. On Tuesday nights our waivers go through at 11 p.m. and the players go to the highest bidder. Well last night our comissioner forgot to change the waiver time from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. so the waivers ran at 6 p.m. I added Brandon Jackson (Grant's injury) for $36 dollars. Our commisioner has dropped every waiver pick up because of the waivers running at 6 p.m. instead of 11 p.m., which is his fault for not changing it. 10 of our 12 teams put in bids below $36 dollars for Jackson. As for the two remaining owners, one said he doesn't know what he would have bid, the other guy normally doesn't pay attention all year. The commisioner says we are going to re-bid for the players on Thursday, here is my problem though. Everybody can get on a see how much my bid for Jackson was on the front page, therefore if we rebid I will now have to spend even more money to get him again (if I am lucky). The commisioner is justifying his decision to re-do the waivers by saying he was going to change his bid to higher than $36 later in the night (he coincidentally bid $36 too, but the tie went to me because I lost last week and he won, and tie goes to the worse record). I really don't like his reasoning because for all he knows me or anybody else could have raised their bid amount for Jackson. Anyways, I know this was long, but I need unbiased opinions on this. I am also going to set a link to this thread on my league's front page. Thanks.