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  1. Not only is he not play eight-dimensional chess, he's not even playing one-dimensional checkers. He's playing rock-paper-scissors, and everyone knows he always chooses rock.
  2. If you believe in wRC+, he was. He was even better at 37.
  3. That's what the sign-stealing scandal will do as well, I think. We'll be looking at great teams, or teams that have dominated for a long time such as the current Dodgers or the Braves of the late 1990s and 2000s, and wondering, did benefit from technological cheating as well? Some people here will say, no, I don't think so, or no, there's no evidence to support that, or something along those lines. And that's fine, everyone is free to conclude what they want about it. But I believe a lot of fans will begin to wonder, when they hadn't even thought about it before.
  4. I don't believe they are. Criminal convictions can be obtained based on circumstantial evidence, although it must be adequate to meet established standards of proof.
  5. Not unlike Nixon sabotaging the Paris Peace Talks so the Democrats would not get credit for ending the war in Vietnam.
  6. D.C. sues Trump's inaugural committee for 'exorbitant' spending at Trump hotel Washington, D.C.'s attorney general filed a lawsuit against President Trump's inaugural committee on Wednesday, seeking to recover $1 million in nonprofit funds it spent at Trump's own hotel. "An independent investigation by my office has revealed that the Inaugural Committee made exorbitant and unlawful payments to the Trump hotel to rent event space for inaugural activity," Attorney General Karl Racine, a Democrat, told reporters. "This came as a result of coordination between Inaugural Committee Deputy Chairman Rick Gates, Trump International Hotel Management, and members of the Trump family." Kimberly Benza, a spokeswoman for Trump Hotels, dismissed the lawsuit as "intentionally misleading and riddled with inaccuracies," saying the inaugural committee paid "what anyone else would have been charged for an unprecedented event of this enormous magnitude." [The Hill]
  7. Trump removing environmental protections for streams, wetlands In a victory for fossil fuel producers and real estate developers, the Trump administration on Thursday will remove an Obama-era regulation that protected 60 percent of the country's waterways. Under President Trump's new rule, landowners will be able to dump pollutants, including fertilizers and pesticides, into waterways and destroy wetlands for construction projects, The New York Times reported Wednesday. Trump called the regulation — which he likely encountered as a real estate developer and golf course owner — "horrible" and "destructive," and repealed it in September. The Trump administration has eliminated or weakened dozens of environmental regulations and laws, including those that protect endangered species and combat pollution. [The New York Times]
  8. OK, so it's suspicious, not circumstantial evidence. Big difference. That's what I thought, too.
  9. So, speaking as a litigator yourself, or at least as someone who is litigator-adjacent, are you confirming that the mere circumstance of Verlander's elevating his performance at his age makes it evident that he is using? Is it technically correct to allege such as circumstantially evident?
  10. What's the nature of the criticism here?
  11. Concur. I'm paid up and I don't see ads.
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