About a year ago, I was requested by an organizer to write a comprehensive description and set of rules for a fledgling competition. This took a considerable amount of my time as it had to be quite specific and precise, leaving very little "wriggle room" for protest by a competitor.
When I submitted what I considered to be pretty good stuff to the organizer, he (being a rather arrogant high school teacher, btw), loftily dismissed them as "unworkable". I was a bit annoyed at the time, but soon forgot about it.
To my surprise, this asshole now has a website for this (now successful and flourishing) competition, and lo and behold, guess what he's published as the Competition's Description and Rules (2 pages worth)??
Yep, my work....word for friggin' word.
He has indicated that this is a "revised" edition....his "revision" was to put triple spacing between the numbered paragraphs instead of double spacing.
Yeah...I'm pretty pissed off at this arrogant prick who is obviously presenting my work as his intellectual property.
Any suggestions apart from planting this SOB on the nose?