that's unfortunate, but at least the interest is there on both sides
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|1 week 1 day ago||I am also no criminal law||
I am also no criminal law expert, but if girlfriend's testimony was a big part of the case, and now girlfriend changes her story, the prosecution will have to argue that she was telling the truth right after the incident but is lying now. It would definitely make it harder to prove the case, which could allow her to effectively "drop" the case.
|5 weeks 4 days ago||Unfortunately, this will be a||
Unfortunately, this will be a badge of honor for some employers. I live in Oklahoma and have heard the n word in professional settings multiple times.
|6 weeks 1 day ago||Powderpuff||
|6 weeks 1 day ago||This thread is not pointless||
This thread is not pointless at all. Hopefully this thread alerts the coaches to this issue. Both you and your friend have some life lessons to learn.
Punishing your friend makes for a good teaching point for years to come on protecting confidential information. It also teaches a lesson on carefully selecting who you can actually trust.
|7 weeks 5 days ago||Word on the street from an||
Word on the street from an anonymous internet poster who knows somebody who knows somebody is that Under Armor will be making a run at the M contract, but expects Adidas to ultimately offer more money. This anonymous internet poster made it very clear to the Under Armor person of interest that he viewed Under Armor as superior and thought the collective fanbase did as well.
|15 weeks 1 day ago||Am I crazy or does he say he||
Am I crazy or does he say he isnt using a source (other than his own brain) in the first 2 lines of the post?
|16 weeks 3 days ago||This is not the same thing||
This is not the same thing
|16 weeks 6 days ago||Oh no he didn't /snapsnap||
Oh no he didn't /snapsnap
|16 weeks 6 days ago||In before delete||
In before delete
|18 weeks 2 days ago||Rule #2: All bad news is a||
Rule #2: All bad news is a smokescreen.
|18 weeks 5 days ago||If true, Carr's||
If true, Carr's comments regarding Harbaugh also occuring on 12/4 make for some interesting theories. For example, Harbaugh needed everyone pulling in the same direction if he were to come. Another theory is that Hackett's plan was make runs at Harbaugh from as many angles as possible, with Carr rallying support of former players who hold his opinion in high regard.
|19 weeks 15 hours ago||Agree. This should not be on||
Agree. This should not be on this board.
|19 weeks 18 hours ago||Disclaimer: anonymous||
Disclaimer: anonymous internet poster blah blah.
|24 weeks 3 days ago||He would start reading blogs,||
He would start reading blogs, which may include this one. Nobody wants that.
|35 weeks 5 days ago||Good point. A bunch of D||
Good point. A bunch of D lineman and a WR probably running screens "jumped out." Hopefully not an indication of where the OL is, but this is likely evidence the OL may still be struggling. As noted above, Glasgow could also be included in the DL category depending on which Glasgow he is talking about.
|35 weeks 5 days ago||That Brandon Graham guy was||
That Brandon Graham guy was pretty good.
|40 weeks 2 days ago||frech Pass?||
|41 weeks 1 day ago||Why cant we breach this shit||
Why cant we breach this shit contract again? Makes me want to start a clothing company if this is the competition.
|50 weeks 2 days ago||I bet you will be surprised.||
I bet you will be surprised. Stay tuned.
|1 year 2 weeks ago||Same here. I will add that I||
Same here. I will add that I hope he asks her what car she wants and refuses to buy that one under any circumstance.
|1 year 3 weeks ago||Exactly. I was trying to be||
Exactly. I was trying to be gentle because people are sensitive about baseball and it is blasphemy to say something like that in some circles. The "bad guys" will always stay in front of the law in this one, in large part because the law is not interested in catching the "bad guys" as much as they want people to think they did. The law profits off PEDs too. I would bet more profit was made off Barry Bonds and Mark McGwire than was made on all teams that played in the 1910s combined.
|1 year 3 weeks ago||I get the impression from||
I get the impression from people in my life who are currently (and another recently) trying to break into the bigs that steroids aren't so much out of the game as they are out of the public media. But then again, maybe I am a random internet poster who made that up. And if I didn't make that up, maybe they were lying to me or it was constrained within the teams they were on.
|1 year 3 weeks ago||The reason I eat Little||
The reason I eat Little Caesars more I should.
|1 year 3 weeks ago||Would imagine it is hard to||
Would imagine it is hard to turn down cash for better odds, especially somone in Scherzer's situation:
- Cash you can see, hold, spend, and use to blow lines off strippers. Odds are abstract and have subjective components.
- You and I understand measuring the odds as the outset to calculate and evaluate the best decision, regardless of result that in fact occurs. Most people don't. Examples of bad results that make your less cash decision look bad in hindsight include, but are not limited to: (1) Talking less cash and still not winning; (2) Team doesn't spend the cash you save them; (3) Team spends cash you save them on D-Train; (4) Team would have won the World Series anyway; (5) and the best one, team trades you and beats your new team in the World Series in part because of the cash they saved on you.
- There is always "I was the best pitcher in the AL last year why am I susposed to take less cash and player X is not. Why don't you ask him to improve our odds because he's not doing it with his play, as I am."
- Another point would be this whole thing assumes the tigers are operating within a budget-like thing where taking less cash is even a relevant consideration in calculating odds. This also assumes the reports are true regarding the negotiation.
|1 year 3 weeks ago||Would like to see the||
Would like to see the empirical evidence for "we know that there are a lot of kids with 34 ACT scores and high class rank that are rejected by the University of Illinois and wind up going to places like Kansas and Indiana . . ." Lol please.
|1 year 3 weeks ago||Lol trying to give him the||
Lol trying to give him the benefit of the doubt
|1 year 3 weeks ago||Co-Sign, especially the impossible to judge part. Both are on sh||
Co-Sign, especially the impossible to judge part.
Both are on shitty teams, Burke plays more on his so we know more about him (but could argue KCP can't get minutes on a shitty team so we know more about him aka he's bad, etc.), though not the full picture because those minutes are alongside shitty players.
That is essentially what I meant subjectively with my comment above. Add the word "happens" to the end and you get what was actually in my head when I was writing it, meaning that if Burke is an all star and KCP flames out people will still defend the pick. Was trying to point out people defend irrational things (for example, I bet you can find someone who will argue Hitler had a net positive impact on society or whaterver) and didn't intend to infer this particular opinion was irrational, even though the comment can be read as such.
|1 year 3 weeks ago||For anyone who doesn't want||
For anyone who doesn't want to look this up, the season numbers for the above stats are 38.2-34.8-91.6. A non-exhaustive list of other relevant stats are 5.1 APG, 1.8 TO/G (2.83 ratio), 1.5 FTA/G.
Advanced: 12.9 PER, 47.7 TS%, 44.9 eFG%, 5.6 REB%, 28.9 AST%, .9 STL%, 12.1 TO%, 22.1 USG%, 101 ORtg, 114 Drtg, .9 OWS, .1 DWS, 1.0 WS, .027 WS/48.
For KCP, 39.1-30.5-77.6, with .7 APG, .4 TO/G (1.75 ratio), .7 FTA/G.
Advanced: 8.7 PER, 47.8 TS%, 45.5 eFG%, 5.1 REB%, 5.2 AST%, 2.4 STL%, 6.2 TO%, 13.4 USG%, 104 ORtg, 110 DRtg, .6 OWS, .9 DWS, 1.4 WS, .051 WS/48
Without joining the argument and recognizing this is 1 small paragraph in your otherwise valid argument, but because this bothers me for whatever reason, I still think the skill of the rookie class as a whole is irrelevant when comparing who should be drafted as between these 2 players. To include the skill of everyone else within an argument about Burke vs. KCP, I feel like you have to be essentially arguing "why hold the draft everyone from the Piston's pick down had a value of 0, Burke and KCP are within that group of 0 value players, thus KCP was not a worse pick, he had the exact same value, 0." I think I'm inclined to disagree with that extrapolated agrument but whatever I just say that in hopes of limiting the discussion to the relative values of KCP vs. Burke.
Outside of relative player values, you have to think Dumars is at least looking at the fact that Pistons rank last in % of arena capacity sold per game and thinking what that number would look like if he drafted Burke. Would imagine merchandise sales show a similar league rank. There may be people going to games specifically to see KCP, but I would be very surprised if that numbr is higher than people going to games specifically to see Burke.
|1 year 3 weeks ago||Agree.||
|1 year 3 weeks ago||People have defended opinions||
People have defended opinions worse than this in spite of all facts to the contrary. Some will take it to the grave no matter what.