I talked to him and he will have to get a new computer, they have is IPO are what ever it is, flagged.
Tell him that he can call his Internet service provider and usually for a small fee theu will give you a different IP. It cost like $5 with Insight cable.
One run games are determined by chance. A team's winning percentage strongly correlates to its record in blowouts, not its record in one run games. Simply explained, good teams are good because they blow out the opposition regularly. Bad teams are bad because they get blown out regularly. One run games are coin flips.
Dusty's problem last year was that the Reds players weren't very good.
The main difference between 2010 and 2011 was the strength of the schedule. Trade KC, Oak, Sea for NYY, TB, and Bal interleague and the NL Central was awful in 2010. Cleveland was much improved in 2011. That, and the health of Rolen, explain the difference in offense between 2010 and 2011.
One of the true prophets of our time.
I agree with you RR. I always enjoy his posts.
Computer connected directly to the modem
Get to a command prompt. (START, run, cmd). Type "ipconfig /release" (without the quotes). Shut down computer. Turn off computer. Turn off all ethernet hubs/switches. Turn off cable/DSL modem. Leave off overnight. Turn everything back on.
Network with Router
Log into the router's admin console. (Often http://192.168.1.1/) Release the IP address. (Method varies by router manufacturer) Turn off router, ethernet hubs/switches, and the cable/DSL modem. Leave off overnight. Turn everything back on.
If you are using a cable/DSL modem and a router, you may wish to connect your computer directly to the cable/DSL modem. Please note that this could significantly impact your system security. This allows your ISP's DHCP to issue you a new (hopefully changed) IP address based of the (hardware) MAC address of your computer's ethernet card.
If all the above has not worked to change your IP address and you have a router, check and see if there is a "Clone MAC Address" option. Using it should change your IP address; however, you'll only be able to do it once (in most cases).
These will not work in all cases. If all else fails contact your internet service provider (ISP) and ask them if they are able to change your IP address or how long your connection needs to be off for your IP address to change.
It seems to be common sense but, if you care to gain wisdom on the subject, here is a paper based on a statistical sampling of MLB from 1900 - 2002, (2032 team seasons total).
The 2003 Tigers were 43 - 119 and had an above .500 record in one run games.
Apparently you didn't read the article. Record in one run games correlates only slightly to overall winning %. The greater the run differential of the win, the stronger the correlation. The article has graphs which are fairly conclusive based upon 2032 team seasons in 100 years of MLB.
If you think about it, it is really just common sense.