There’s a 97% Chance This Weblog Won’t Die Tonight

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As noted elsewhere and previously, the present site will expire — for reasons simultaneously various and sundry — this site will expire with the last pitch of the World Series. What the win-probability graph from Game Six suggests, however — the most recent version of which is pictured above — is that the last pitch of the World Series likely won’t occur tonight.

The author’s condolences to all present.

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Carson Cistulli has published a book of aphorisms called Spirited Ejaculations of a New Enthusiast.

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let’s hope for a never ending 2014 world series

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Yes. It goes to extra innings and remains tied going into the 32nd. Both bullpens are empty and have used several position players in relief. The benches are empty and Bud Selig steps in and declares it a tie, claiming player safety, but in reality, Bud Selig is secretly…
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Well Beered Englishman!!!!

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