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StlSluggers wrote:jlm53089 wrote:Dan Lambskin wrote:He's crazy
Fixedbigh0rt wrote:This guy is a nut.
As someone who has personally - and naturally - overcome the ravages of depression, I can say without a doubt that you guys have no idea what you're talking about.
I wish I could convey the effects of depression to you, but I don't have the talent. The best description I ever heard of a truly gripping depression is in the Dave Matthews' song:
She feels like kicking out all the windows
And setting fire to this life,
She could change everything about her
using colors bold and bright
But all the colors mixed together to grey
I almost cry every time I hear that part of the song. He's dead-on there. You could take the most drastic steps, and in the end, life would still seem utterly meaningless, empty, and void. Looking back, I feel like I was dead for 10 years.
RocketsDWM wrote:Reading through a couple of posts, I see that some people just cant deal with sensitive issues such as this. Its really a shame.
It was nice to see some of the responses and interesting when those dissenters quieted down.
I too am rooting for Greinke. Hopefully he makes the club.
Zack Greinke fanned six in four scoreless innings Wednesday in a win over the Rockies.
Greinke allowed three doubles and a single, but he spaced them out well and he walked no one. He has a 4.00 ERA and an 11/0 K/BB ratio this spring. Maybe it won't win him a rotation spot out of spring training, but he's not going to stay in Triple-A for long if he begins the year there. Even the Royals' No. 2 starter, Odalis Perez, is no sure thing to still be in the rotation by mid-May.
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