Baseball’s biggest chess match is between the hitter and the pitcher. Each pitch generates a new set of possible outcomes. A batter gets on base almost 94% of the time if the pitcher gets them to a 3-0 count. Meanwhile, they get on base only 17% of the time if they have a 0-2 or… Continue reading What Comes Next? In Baseball.
Showers make me wet. A towel is no defense for the amount of dampness I experience. Ok, Tommy Lee Jones might not care, but I do. I hate spending time scrubbing myself after my shower with a towel that feels like a lamb who died for my sins. Then, one night after watching a video… Continue reading Why Am I So Damp?
2020 was an interesting year for me financially. I overpaid my taxes because I figured it was better to be safe than trigger reasons for an audit and cause unnecessary pain. The amount I overpaid was significant because I forgot that I was getting credit for the alternative minimum tax I had already paid in… Continue reading Rant About Taxes
Why don’t we take the most advanced technology we have and use it to play the simplest game in existence? What if you let kids enjoy technology while scratching their most basic itch? Virtual Reality Hide & Seek Imagine a world where kids, and adults, can play hide and seek with their friends anywhere in… Continue reading A Tale as Old as Time
Creating streaks has defined me for the last few years. However, you cannot continuously add things to your daily routine. I decided to evaluate the amount of time it took to do my streaks and the joy they were giving me. In my most recent post, I noted that I had reduced my running from… Continue reading Killing Streaks