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thank you, sir.   that was my point to start with.  there wasn't a "right" way. by the way, since i have your attention, do you think this statement is a "dubious factual assertion"? or it's just a matter of fact? "Anyone who argues against Trout is a big dummy head and that's all there is to it."
dude. please. relax. i'm not here to get into any nasty arguments with you.  it's the holidays. cheer up.  seriously, if you have a problem with "dubious factual assertion" then you'd have a problem with the world. if it's logic and discussion, i'm sure you can easily see why some voted for cabrera and others trout?  look you don't have to agree with me but i don't think i need to write an essay to defend my position either. let's just move on.  do you really need to win...
 look man. i didn't go to law school. and this is not my graduation thesis either.  it's supposed to be fun. and perhaps you should leave any residual court house mentality at the court house too. whatever you say on this website should be like a stop sign in los angeles - it just doesn't matter.  god knows we're here talking about baseball because we aren't allowed to vote for the MVP...
the context of my statement (but who cares about context when you want to make an argument) was that there was a conspiracy that trout didn't win any MVP's (see the previous post). I was simply trying to point out there was no conspiracy about trout not winning an MVP (he did win one). in 2013 the votes could have gone either way.  i really don't want to get into any senseless and endless arguments about who should have won the award. if you really insist reading into what...
the last bid was 450. i'm happy to submit 435 if it beats that...
can someone share about his/her experience with the tanner goods pop-up sale at the ACE hotel? 
possibly.  that was the last number you publicly stated at the end of all auctions and you said you hoped to reach 15k in a few days (assuming from other sources). 
it's mostly a perception and presentation.  BG has far fewer locations. is more spiffy (and perhaps more pretentious).  products wise, the flagship stores for BG, Saks and NM are similar...   edit: " Bergdorf Goodman and Neiman Marcus are sister stores, both owned by the Neiman Marcus Group. Many people are baffled as to why Neiman Marcus doesn’t have an outpost in New York City—but that’s because they’re basically the same store! They have been affiliated since 1972."  
if my chart-checking is correct, we got $14134 from the auction last year, not including donations from other sources. 
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