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  1. HumbleP1e

    Blair, please contact me at your leisure. Thank you

    Good thread. Lol. I had a thread deleted. I was curious as to if I had done something wrong or if someone else's post got it erased.
  2. HumbleP1e

    Blair, please contact me at your leisure. Thank you

    Nm
  3. HumbleP1e

    Exhibit A: Why you don't sign a 32 year old pitcher to a 7-year, $250 Million Deal

    Yeah. Ok. Probably true here. Using those unthinkable examples seemed over the top. Peace.
  4. HumbleP1e

    Exhibit A: Why you don't sign a 32 year old pitcher to a 7-year, $250 Million Deal

    This thinking is why the Patriots are STILL (20 years later) the most dominant franchise in professional sports. They do not do what you say. At all. The Oakland A's "revolutionized" sport by matching value to cost. Everything you said has the verb "was" not "is" whether execs or you...
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    Movies that are excellent illustrations of patience

    Can't believe I missed this... Good pull.
  6. HumbleP1e

    Slam Diego

    Fifth game out of 6 with one... Good. Grief.
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    Exhibit A: Why you don't sign a 32 year old pitcher to a 7-year, $250 Million Deal

    This post is idiotic and insulting. Good. Freaking. Grief. Who would say such crap? Cleveland, Oakland, Tampa Bay, Atlanta, Milwaukee, St. Louis, and Minnesota (at least) are viable winners almost every year, having a shot at titles as much as Washington. Remember, the Nats are eternal...
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    Movies that are excellent illustrations of patience

    Almost no one I know has seen this excellent film. Great story.
  9. HumbleP1e

    How can 2020 get any worse?

    You live in a cave wallpapered with your own photos and mirrors, yes?:D
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    The Lumberyard CLOSES THE DOORS

    FCOL Pic?
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    Movies that are excellent illustrations of patience

    I feel like there's some obvious story a la The Count of Monte Cristo where a character has to spend their whole life almost before achieving their goal or quest. And, they learn patience as they proceed.
  12. HumbleP1e

    Movies that are excellent illustrations of patience

    Maybe there aren't many.
  13. HumbleP1e

    Exhibit A: Why you don't sign a 32 year old pitcher to a 7-year, $250 Million Deal

    He had a dominant run. Can be great. No question. But, this will be one of the worst contracts around in a few years, no matter the logic for or against.
  14. HumbleP1e

    Exhibit A: Why you don't sign a 32 year old pitcher to a 7-year, $250 Million Deal

    You have reviewed his injury history?
  15. HumbleP1e

    Exhibit A: Why you don't sign a 32 year old pitcher to a 7-year, $250 Million Deal

    That's ancient thinking: pay a player for WHAT THEY HAVE DONE instead of what they can do. He was already paid for being an all-timer in the Nats franchise arc. That is no reason to pay him for being a constant IL casualty for many years. Without question, in 4-5 years, they will be lamenting...
  16. HumbleP1e

    Movies that are excellent illustrations of patience

    What are some "worth the wait" character arc films you treasure? Want to illustrate patience in a presentation and just drawing a blank... Thanks in advance for any help.
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    Exhibit A: Why you don't sign a 32 year old pitcher to a 7-year, $250 Million Deal

    Nats' Strasburg to have season-ending surgery https://www.espn.com/mlb/story/_/id/29717349/washington-nationals-pitcher-stephen-strasburg-season-ending-surgery via @ESPN App http://espn.com/app
  18. HumbleP1e

    Trump and the Christian Voter

    Uh...I think that was my point... people decide their entire political stance on one issue, poorly informed or conceived as it may be.