Then I figured I'm pretty big into stats, so why not look into that? Again, that's not really new or innovative, and the Mockingbird does such a better job at it than I would anyways. Still, that would figure in.
Then I got into an argument over the internet on why the business model of the Yankees is doomed to fail sooner rather than later, and I had my answer: the economics of baseball. Or, well, a combination of the three items: the economics of baseball, the Toronto Blue Jays, and the competitive advantage of superior stats.
But economics is boring, and complicated, and lame!
Ba-pschh, where did you go to school, idiot? Okay, factor in condescending as well. When I started taking economics I was struck by how much it is overwhelming common sense. I'm going to try to avoid complicated terminology and concepts, explaining as well as I can. I don't know, it could be interesting. Or it could flop, which seems more likely than not, but I'm trying to be optimistic here.
Oh and as for content, I doubt I'll be as delightfully foul as the Drunks, but I reserve the right to drop the occasional fuck or shit (hee-hee, drop a shit) if it'll add to the point (which it often does).
Until next time,