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Matt last won the day on August 5

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  1. Improper footwork on pitch

    I had one of them about 8 years ago.
  2. Kneeling for National Anthem

    That's precisely what institutional racism is...issues within the system that disproportionately cause a negative effect on minorities. These are inertial, not necessarily deliberate.
  3. Just to clarify...you didn't turn if you got this call, did you?
  4. Home plate collision Q

    Do you mean "might not" instead of "may not?"
  5. Should I have or Shouldn't I have???

    From what I'm seeing, this is IFF. IFF has nothing to do with whether a fielder attempted to field a fly ball; just what a fielder with ordinary effort could have done. I do think you called this too early, but the call itself was not incorrect.
  6. http://science.howstuffworks.com/science-vs-myth/everyday-myths/light-colored-clothes-in-hot-weather.htm?utm_campaign=sf&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_medium=social#mkcpgn=rssnws1
  7. Vinyl wrapping CP

    Looks like a nice shelf layout. I have a few of those designed and had one started in my last house.
  8. UI Followed by BI

    Yes. That's why I mentioned that's what actually occurred, and asked what would happen if both occurred.
  9. UI Followed by BI

    This happened to me today with a "catcher" (converted OF) with a throwing motion similar to a javelin thrower. 0 out, R1 steals, batter foul-tips it and comes across the plate. After I signal foul tip and begin my strike motion, F2's throwing hand comes up and glances off my right hand, sending the ball somewhere into the next state. In my case, it was UI that caused the ball to enter low-earth orbit, and not the batter in front of him. However, if the UI didn't impact it to that point, and the batter ends up with the ball in his ear, how would we rule? My initial analysis is that on UI, we return the runner unless the throw retires him. On BI, we return the runner and call the batter out unless the throw retires the runner. Thus, if we had both, we would either have the runner retired on the throw, or we enforce the BI (as the penalty would also encompass the UI outcome.) I'm just not sure.
  10. Vinyl wrapping CP

    You know me not...
  11. West Vest Accessories

    The frame is being saved, and the logos are spoken for. I did find a pair of GD patent leather plate shoes that have never been used, as well...I wonder what else will come out of those boxes over the weekend. I'm still amazed at the timing of this. They were at the back of my storage unit, which I cleared out on Sunday with the move to my new house. This is almost as big of a coincidence as to when I got a new phone number, and within six hours, before I had a chance to send it out, my cousin from 1000 miles away drunk-dialed the wrong number...and got me.
  12. Darrin Sealey Resigns

    For those of you that know me IRL, you know this is a huge pet peeve of mine, and it's caused, ironically, by veterans who have a complex about waving their service in others' faces and the recent swing towards hero worship. As a nation, we had such a collective guilt towards the treatment of Vietnam veterans that we've overcompensated to the point where veterans are put on a pedestal and are not to be judged. Because of that, there's a subset of veterans (often wearing the "dysfunctional" label as a badge of honor) that feel entitled to special treatment because of their service (the guys that go around thinking they can violate HOA rules because they're being patriotic, the ones that complain when a business doesn't have a military discount, thinking that their political opinion matters more, etc.) Because of that aforementioned collective guilt, people take that at face value and give them what they want. This creates an atmosphere ripe for fraudulent claims and exploitation of false service because of our fear of calling veterans out. It's almost always a situation that goes untouched until the dysfunctional veteran or false veteran comes in contact with a veteran who doesn't have to have that pressure of being unquestioning. Rant over.

    Umm, no. They still have to run the bases legally.
  14. That's one way to put it. I won't add my choice of words.