Let me handle this one:
I think that I have a brother-in-law named Madison. Are we related? I surely hope that you do not post, just for the sake of increasing your total implemented onto your displayed profile.
Madison does not post for the sake of posting. He posts because he has something thoughtful and insightful to say, as he has 17, 827 times. To even accuse of that idea shows that your knowledge of the Cafe' is limited, and should not be implemented into arguments and discussions unless you have the full extent of the facts.
Charles_Canton wrote: As you can see, some of the posts that I have made are lengthy, and I should be credited 4-5 posts with one of my posts HERE. I hope that you post like JDD at Sandboxplus, and type a few keystrokes within your microscopic post and then move-on into your next one-liner thread.
First of all, these recent posts that you create make no sense. First of all, there are many people here who write much more than you, and there is no complaint as to whatever their supposed "post count" may be. Madison's posts are usually marginally long, if not longer, and have more knowledge within them then any of the jabber I've heard from you about Sandbox.
As one of the most extraordinary phsychologists would say,
"Gettttttttttttttttttttttttt a Life!"
This is just idiotic. No comment.
Charles_Canton wrote:The SBX Baseball is a fantastic site, because like Derek mentioned, there are NO dead teams, and if an owner is out-of-control with his/her mannerism, the SBX commissoiner can kick him/her out of the league. This is the only that game that I have seen, where you could start pitchers, but you have not start them, because you are only allowed so many games and innings played for a season. This is brain-food that should be tasted at the CAFE.
First of all, you can lock owners on Yahoo!, therefore keeping a 12-team competition, even without an owner. Because of this, it is still a 1-in-12 chance to win a league, which is harder than if you can kick out members. Who's to say an unruly commissioner will kick out all the good teams so he can win?
As for the final statement, in Rotisserie baseball on Yahoo! and almost anywhere else you play Fantasy Baseball, there is a maximim innings limit and maximum games played limit. Your so-called "Brain Food" has been tasted.