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  1. 3 points

    Worst Possible Playbook

    Back then I was actually running the run 4 reverse but the one in run 3 is a better play, especially with the rest of the motion runs in there. But it sucks having to go without the standard run 3; worth it if you have a fast wr (63+) and a slower RB (44 or maybe even 50). Getting yards / scoring TDs with the reverse is great for laughs! I had a blast gaining Sam Graddy in WTF Retro by racking up the rushing yards.
  2. 2 points

    Random Thoughts

    so the "march for science"....have some random thoughts....1st my quick background - I have BS and MS in electrical engineering. I have had more math and applied physics classes than anyone I know. I make a living being a scientist, working with radiography stuff. I will say that I know only the basics of biology, basically cells and chemistry, and some radiation stuff. but I have not memorized tons of shit (nomenclature) regarding biology. anyways, here goes: biology (science) says life begins at conception. biology (science) says what gender a person is. these two things are facts, scientifically verifiable and undisputed. however, current culture says we are supposed to IGNORE SCIENCE on these points, right? for these two things, regarding life and gender, our personal BELIEFS trump science. however, things that science is unable to prove or verify, things like the beginnings of the universe and/or life (evolution) - and possibly its end ("climate change") are supposed to not be questioned and taken as some kind of fact. how can a country like ours be so hypocritical regarding science? we are supposed to ignore scientific facts on one hand, and on the other hand, we are supposed to take some leap of faith regarding scientific theories and hypothesis. I hope this does not get too political, but I am talking about science, culture, and hypocrisy.
  3. 2 points

    Chicago Tecmo meetup

    We might have to do NBA jam too at these.
  4. 1 point

    HSTL S40 Draft Format Ideas

    1 round team draft. Draft order by last three seasons win/loss record.
  5. 1 point

    Random Thoughts

    First of all, I have a ton of respect for the profession that you chose to go into and the amount of schooling you had to go through to get where you are now. Such a useful field, and so much math and sciences involved. I don't think that I could ever do that (nor do i have the funds to do all of that either....) Secondly, my Ethics teacher (who is awesome, and I think that you'd like him a lot) actually took what you said a step further, and said that life simply "continues" after conception. He also gave a really good breakdown of why abortion could be considered unethical too, if you're interested in hearing about that too. Thirdly, I guess I'm not the only person who has noticed this hypocrisy. Of course, this cuts both ways too. I do believe that climate change is happening in some form, because I believe that the evidence supports it. Of course, I'm not sure that the evidence says that people actually have anything to do with it and that there's anything that people could do to stop it. For all we know, the cause of climate change could just be natural processes. Anyways, the point is, from what I've seen, people who deny climate change usually (and this isn't directed at you) don't bring up facts to support their arguments. Rather, they talk about what they believe and such.