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About Molto

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  • Birthday 03/06/1982

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    Bridgeport, Chicago, Illinois

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  1. QUOTE (southsider2k5 @ Mar 6, 2011 -> 09:11 AM) Happy Birthday to the reason we are all here! Oh yeah, and the rest of you guys too... And don't you ever forget it, Mike Thanks to all, though I have no idea who the rest of you are... been a while. I will now go away and hide for a year.
  2. QUOTE (Balta1701 @ Aug 27, 2010 -> 02:14 PM) seriously...what else could be done? I really believe it all starts at 10-11 years old, when kids are being pushed and lurred onto travel teams. It seems like a great idea at the time, but when your starting your pitching career at 10, by the time you are 22, you already have 12 years of toll on an arm that only developed maybe half-way through that span. Mechanics play a role, but I think it's more about how much an arm can take, because regardless of how you throw a baseball, it's hard. Not to make a small example be the start and end of my theory, but look at Mark Buehrle. Didn't start pitching heavily till high school. An arm is like a car, miles are miles.
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    I am engaged...yes thats right

    I was thinking of ... "so you know, you're marrying a guy that in the very recent past shoved ice cream sandwiches down his pants in the middle of the night. Good luck with that."
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    I am engaged...yes thats right

    More importantly, I have to give a freaking speech as the best man for this guy. Could use some help.
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    The Droid

    QUOTE (Steve9347 @ Nov 9, 2009 -> 12:37 PM) I'm shocked people continue to purchase iPhones, considering the God-awful call and 3G reception. My buddy's iPhone is basically a crappy handheld video game for about 25% of the time. I bought the iPhone and have had little problems with the reception. It works in my basement fine, and NO phone works in my basement. Like all phones and providers, it varies person to person.
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    White Sox 2009: Jayson Nix

    QUOTE (Ozzie Ball @ Oct 24, 2009 -> 06:14 AM) Not really because at worst we'd have a defensive specialist at a very weak offensive position. Everyone always complains about how we don't play any defense and then when we do get a great defender who is also at least as good offensively as the next best option, you all just want to cast him aside. Makes sense to me too. Defensive specialist? Nix may be slightly better than Getz, but that doesn't make him anywhere near the defensive ability of Uribe or Anderson. And just as easily as you can talk about fans always complaining about the poor defense, you can also bring up fans complaining about all-or-nothing swings, which is what Nix is all about. Goes both ways.
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    Fall of '09 television thread

    QUOTE (kjshoe04 @ Sep 28, 2009 -> 10:49 AM) I say thumbs up. It was a bit cheesy but I really am interested in where it's going. I liked it, but I thought the acting was poor, especially the lead guy. It's interesting enough to keep watching though.
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    It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia season 5 THREAD

    QUOTE (3E8 @ Sep 19, 2009 -> 03:58 PM) I know I'm the only person who's favorite character is Mac, but he's just so f***ing funny. I love how he went super-extreme 'bad cop' with his Vic Vinegar persona You aren't alone, but I think I'm partial to him because he's also the creator of the show.
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    Video Game Catch-All Thread

    QUOTE (T R U @ Sep 6, 2009 -> 10:45 PM) You can only change the depth on formations while in the act of selecting the play. I think its done with the stick, but when you are on the formation there should be an option somewhere on how to flip people around or use the backup etc. I believe that's the only way it can be done. Ugh, that sucks.
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    Video Game Catch-All Thread

    I just bought Madden, and it's pretty good, but one thing I can't figure out for those who have it ... how do you edit a playbook? I'm not talking creating plays, but having it so that certain players are only in certain sets/formations? I haven't been able to find out how to do it, but I'm assuming it has to be somewhere. If not, that's just retarded. Any help?
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    White Sox/Yankees

    Not a big fan of stacking your lineup with righties against lefties, especially tough ones that have been around a while. Sabathia may like to face lefties more, but facing righties 8 of 9 times through a lineup can become pretty easy.
  12. The Linebrink hatred is simple: it's always easiest to blame one guy then blame 10, because if it's one player, it's a quick fix... unfortunately, it isn't. We would be very happy fans if Linebrink was this team's only problem. This team is .500 and has a payroll close to $100 million ... their failures don't fall on a relief pitcher.
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    White Sox Weekend: Officially Un-Rootable

    QUOTE (DukeNukeEm @ Aug 25, 2009 -> 03:38 PM) So if the Sox made the playoffs you would root against them because a team with a record worse than ours didn't make it? What? 1. Never said I'd root against them, just that the baseball fan in me would make it hard to root for them. I think baseball is too long of a season for a team to make the playoffs because of the luck of the division they are in. 2. Just because the Sox don't deserve to make the playoffs, doesn't mean the Tigers do deserve to make it. If both teams continue to play the way they're playing, neither would be worthy of making the playoffs, but one would be lucky enough because they played in such a weak division.
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    Baseball rule interpretation

    QUOTE (southsider2k5 @ Aug 25, 2009 -> 08:28 AM) Like I said, the runner was tagged out trying to return to second base because he had not properly tagged up. He was not forced out at second on the throw direct to the base. I don't know if that makes a difference or not. We had this come up last night in softball and the umpire gave the team the run. I argued it was a force out type play, and that the run couldn't have scored until the runner from second became a "legal" base runner. Because he hadn't tagged up properly, the runner from third was moot. Then again this ump also blew a infield fly rule because he said it was too close to the foul territory... I'm pretty sure the run still shouldn't count because the runner wasn't out trying to advance. I wouldn't be surprised though if the rule was different based on if the runner was tagged or not.
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    Baseball rule interpretation

    QUOTE (WSoxMatt @ Aug 25, 2009 -> 08:22 AM) run would not count since one runner did not tag up properly...obviously a different story if the runner is trying to advance ^^^^ The situation with Quentin was different since he was in a rundown. The play described doesn't involve a rundown.