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Richvee

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  1. Shhhh. Don’t give Manfred any ideas. He’s got enough insane stuff on he table.
  2. If you have any free time, (I know many of us do), this little series is worth the watch.
  3. Watching the video, I thought safe, as he did not deviate more than 3 foot at the time of the attempted tag. However, reading the multiple choice answers, I thought it was obvious they wanted "d" as the correct answer.
  4. Richvee

    Zebra Web

    It's frustrating when technology seems to go backwards. My work schedule also varies week to week. At one time, the program we used for work, and my games , all on arbiter, automatically downloaded to my I-calendar. Both would update when changes happen. Now, our new work system isn't compatible with I-Calendar, (they claim it's better because they have their own app with more features. ) Now I'll have games on 2 sites with only one making it's way to my calendar. May as well go back to the pocket calendar and just write it all in there. Progress...LOL https://www.staples.com/2020-at-a-glance-dayminder-3-1-2-x-6-monthly-pocket-planner-black-sk53-00-20/product_24345816?cid=PS:GooglePLAs:24345816&ci_src=17588969&ci_sku=24345816&KPID=24345816&gclid=Cj0KCQjw7qn1BRDqARIsAKMbHDbaK3TFSvXubtXaIpgQx4GkoSC5-IZchSKByXSOWk6xZlIS6vnsTFcaAuFWEALw_wcB
  5. Difference in this situation is, I don't think the people on either side of the fence truly know any the "rules". That includes all of us, the politicians, and the "experts".
  6. Richvee

    Zebra Web

    Hopefully Zebra web can at least download my schedule to my I Phone calendar like arbiter, so at least my whole schedule is in one place.
  7. Richvee

    Zebra Web

    Here's my major concern...High school on zebra, college on Arbiter. Cross referencing, keeping track of last minute changed assignments, not accidentally double booking...Not to mention, I'm guessing, another account holding my fees?
  8. I don't think that's bad at all. Some did get to do some games. ( I didn't). We got our books, we get access to the great videos and rule interps on Arbiter. As for our State and high school goes, I wouldn't count on NJ giving us a red cent back for this year, or lowering costs for next year.
  9. You won’t get that passed until they can’t get a quorum. Right now the Dems wouldn’t go for it because now they almost have a majority in the Senate. Turn the numbers and the Republicans won’t vote for it. It’s a pitiful situation in Washington.
  10. This is what's really getting me down. It's been beautiful out. It's the first March I would have had more than 1 or 2 high school scrimmages in about 5 years.
  11. Unfortunately, we have to mandate common sense. I work as an optician, and we have been deemed essential so we're open, however, starting yesterday, we screen customers and only service emergencies...broken or no glasses, pickups of new orders. Basically, if you own a functioning pr of glasses, go home. Earlier this week, when we were still open for normal business, I was appalled at the number of families with children, WITH INFANTS in tow, older citizens, coming in to "shop". Thursday evening, I had a middle aged woman bring in her 80 yr old mother for replacement lenses in her own frame....No new Rx, nothing wrong with the current lenses, just a little scratched. Then, from across the room, a co worker, a good 30-50 feet away from us cleared his throat...The woman I was helping went into hysterics........"IS HE SICK?? WHAT IS HE DOING HERE????WHO"S THE MANAGER??< THIS IS OUTRAGEOUS" . Took every ounce of willpower I had not to tell her "You know what's outrageous? You here with your 80 year old mother for no good reason." There's no fixing stupid.
  12. I wish people and the press would use the correct terms. These aren’t “ lockdowns”. You’re free to go out, walk the dog, go buy food, etc. Avoid social contact. Very different. It’s not “ shelter in place” either. That’s in a case of nuclear war, active shooter, of such things where you would hunker down in an interior room until an “ all clear “ was given or escorted out by first responders. https://emergency.yale.edu/be-prepared/shelter-place
  13. I will be back out there ASAP. However, I think you make a valid point. I can see those who don’t absolutely love it say to themselves, “ hey, I really didn’t miss it”. Couple that with the lack of new umpires even more-so than usual since nothing is going on now, we may experience a real shortage if/ when we ever start up this year. Unfortunately at this point, I’m just hoping we’ll have one summer ball.
  14. Watching U1 run from A to foul territory to call the play at 1b was actually comical
  15. True. But in ‘79 they we’re running from outside to the inside and actually making the call on the run. Now they start outside to get in the wedge for the steal of second.
  16. So Im watching a Yankee game from ‘79 on YES and Im amazed at all the movements by all the umpires on plays and pitches. U1 actually taking most plays on the run running from A to foul territory behind the bag no matter where the throw is coming from. U2 turning with the throw to 2B then literally running towards the bag as the tag is being applied. Strike calls being made almost before the ball is in the glove. When did we figure out if slow down, and we’re not moving we can get a better look at the play?
  17. NJ high school is pretty much shut down until at least 4-1. Still have one scrimmage not canceled on 3-26. One conference I work in has cancelled through 4-9. Can someone explain to me why we can't play a baseball game outside on an open field with maybe 20-30 people watching, but we can still cram ourselves into a tin can like sardines and fly across the country breathing the same air for 3+ hours??
  18. Richvee

    5 Hole.....

    Again. Be careful with the wording.... This is not obstruction as F6 did provide access to part of second base, even though it was not the part of the base that R1 wanted or believed was most advantageous.
  19. I don’t follow your first paragraph. I simply quoted the rule which defines a legal feet first slide, and says nothing about defining a legal vs illegal head first slide. As for the interpretation of a legal head first slide , that sounds 100% logical.It's exactly what I said in my original response. I’ve never seen it. That sure doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist. Do know where I can find it?
  20. Richvee

    5 Hole.....

    Careful here. R1, a shot in the gap, R1 rounding 2nd on his way to 3rd, F6 straddling 2B is indeed OBS.
  21. Richvee

    5 Hole.....

    Oh so true. There’s a thread on FB right now where F2 is up the line and people are using these case plays to say “ no OBS”.
  22. That's interesting. I really don't see support for calling it an illegal slide in the NCAA rule book. I know this isn't a force play, but 8.4 force play slide rule says a runner must slide on the ground before the base. Then it goes on under exception (1) to say "on the ground means either a head first slide or a slide with one leg and buttock on the ground before the base." That pretty much says it doesn't matter what hits the ground first on a head first slide. I can't find any other references to illegal slides in the NCAA book. I could be missing it. ....
  23. Richvee

    Interference or not?

    Barring any contact, in that example, I would probably have nothing.
  24. Interesting. Love to see the play. Do you know for sure it was called an illegal slide, or did PU call INT for pulling the glove off/slapping at the ball?
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