Discussion in 'Miami Marlins' started by Erick, Dec 14, 2013.
Well, two of your three categories don't really exist, but I'm well educated.
They weren't my categories. Guess I should have put quotation marks around them so I didn't confuse the "well educated" group.
You never hear the latter two terms combined in that fashion in the scientific and engineering community. Especially "theoretical analyst," which sounds like you were just throwing random s*** together.
Can't figure out what a well educated individual is missing here. They weren't my terms. Seems pretty simple to me.
Actually, they were. You misquoted ...'s post.
Can I be a financial architect?
You have to pass your introduction to quantum botany first.
Maybe you should say where you got them from because I haven't seen them in this thread. You never named your source so I assumed you made them up.
f***, herbal physics always gave me trouble in plant school.
Had to go back and look. Yep, you're right, I did misquote. Guess the morning coffee hadn't taken over yet.
But seems like everyone but one poster knew what was going on.
Herbal physics brings the lolz.
You sure are wrong about a lot of things, aren't you?
penguino care to drag this on for a few more pages? It's like I need to get you two a room together.
Penguino is right, as was mysticol who originally pointed out the misquote, which was really multiple misquotes.
But, that's OK, none of this really matters.
I'll take Jack anytime. A man with a plan to succeed. He knew what he needed to do and he did it whether the FO agreed or not. That's something that only someone with decades in the biz can carry off. Hell, he'd already been a GM. Trader Jack. Traded his own son-in-law. Why would he care what anybody thought? Don't like it? FU. Fire me.
And that's the end of that discussion.
Something that I don't see in Redmond's make-up, at least so far. Maybe 20 years from now, should he ever accomplish anything.
And to Jack's great credit, he could mangle a name at least as well as Casey or Yogi could.
Not really. It's just that I'm not allergic to admitting when I am. Kind fo a foreign thing to some well educated individuals around here.
All true enough. And I think you just agreed with me.
Then why aren't you admitting you're wrong?
Which is what I find so amusing. He's basically blaming me for his own stupidity.
LOL Thanks, man.
But, back to what
LOL Thanks, man. But it will most likely be ignored, or somehow changed so they aren't wrong. Whatever.
But back to what "..." and I were originally discussing........ I think it's more that I take exception to the way terms like "stupid" and "ignorant" (among others) are used. A little too freely, IMO. And I don't think having a degree in something makes that person more intelligent than another person. More informed on one topic, but not more intelligent by any means.