Posted by bad_luck on 9/3/2013 1:02:00 PM (view original):
See? We can agree on some things.
next semester, things will be different. the curriculum and my degree goals, will coincide, as i will finally be enrolled in an english prose lab. therein, i intend to maximize the skill of typing, texting, and sending the "no-brainer" to the "no-brainer", to be received by the "no-brainer".
since the baseball world must now use defensive metrics to determine the 2013 mvp, since it shines glaring lights and 4-eyed nerd lenses on amoebas of baseball offense, to which must be added since all other simple numbers are negligible because dumb "no-brainer" sportswriters use them as "no-brainers", then we can agree on what follows, as my "no-brainer" keyboard suffers needless wear-and-tear.
claiming that "no-brainer" defensive metrics is YOUR tool here in the made-up mvp collision of trout/cabrera, u also simultaneously agree with me that u have the superior edge in declaring that earned run average is a "no-brainer" as far as being useless to determining a cy young award. that poor defensive plays from trout could not possibly be in something as simple as earned run average.
we agree that u cannot see the most common resemblance of E = MCsquared, and the E.R.A. in baseball numbers.
physics and baseball do not mix, unless the answer is simple. trouts play is sufficiently demonstrated AT THE END OF ANY SEASON, by the simplicity of the fielding percentage, and the earned run averages of those team-mates. on the mound. thus proving einstein's equation of proof, as simply as possible.
einstein and "no-brainers" are not oxymoronic. ignoring the rule that says every action that u cause will have an equal but OPPOSITE reaction. the "no-brainer" is that the word EQUAL comes first, then the word OPPOSITE.
"no-brainer" oxymoronics can be defensive metrics, BASICALLY being equivalents of the simple equation that explains how batters go 0-7. we agree that u cannot agree on how to understand the simple earned run average and how it is used to more refinely sharpen offensive numbers, from a defensive standpoint.
your microscope needs a different hamster to power your journey. that is a "no-brainer" we can agree to. next semester, though, u are "toast."
9/3/2013 2:14 PM (edited)