Saturday, July 30, 2011

SoSG Streaking Proposition Post: Semi-Finals

Really tight window here for the final four in the semi-final round. Here's the proposition for tonight's game (Saturday, July 30); slight change in that you have to answer TRUE or FALSE:

At least one of two possible outcomes will happen: Chad Billingsley will record a win tonight OR Billingsley will walk four or more batters.

Cast your votes here. As usual, any votes made after 7:00 PM PT are invalid. Good luck!

14 comments:

Spank said...

true

Mr. Customer said...

True

Mr. LA Sports Czar said...

That seems unfair to people who get saddled with false. True has an either-or scenario, whereas false must have both situations fail to come to fruition.

Mr. LA Sports Czar said...

Well, it's all moot if Josh and Neeebs don't comment soon.

Mr. LA Sports Czar said...

Automatic bids for both Spank and Mr. C in the finals.

Dusty Baker said...

Wait! That's weird - there's a clear, common understanding of the game play in tonight's proposition.


(whoooooooa)

(wobbles, rights himself)

Dusty Baker said...

Wait, there are automatic bids? I thought one had to to at least comment in the thread.

Otherwise, after Josh commented last night, I wouldn't have even thought I needed to comment in that thread at all. Which of course would have then changed the run of play.

Mr. LA Sports Czar said...

What I mean is that because Josh and Neeebs failed to comment, Spank and Mr. C automatically win, and therefore advance to the finals.

Dusty Baker said...

(cries)

(dry humps Marla)

Josh S. said...

LULZ

Whoops!

Josh S. said...
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Josh S. said...

I'm bummed I forgot, but if Spank wasn't in the finals of a streaking game, it would be clear there's something wrong with the universe.

Central Valley Fan said...

Sax are you sure your not a lawyer for the McCourts? The rules tonight had so many crazy scenarios!

Steve Sax said...

i actually had an idea for the last proposition to be this crazy multi-dimensional proposition, but after my quarter-final round fiasco, I decided to keep it more "up the middle".

With a slight twist.