Originally Posted by Steve B.
Let me explain ignoramus. I'll go S-L-O-W so you understand it... for me to draft It means I can select another player who's better than Reyes if you pick him. (Reyes). Understand now?
Oh, I understood what you meant when you first typed it. Unfortunately for you, that doesn't change the fact that using the words more
together in pretty much any circumstance is incorrect. What you SHOULD have said, if you had more than half a grasp of the English language, is: "Pick him, please... A better player will then become available for me" or "Pick him, please... It leaves a superior player for me to draft..." Or something along those lines. Go ahead, ask your editor (whom I am beginning to suspect is both immensely talented AND patient). I'm sure he'll back me up. Oh and as a side note, there are exactly two players "better" than Reyes in the only category that really matters - points. For arguing with me, and yet again, being proven incorrect... you get to wear the dunce cap. Of course, you should probably be ashamed of yourself, since you've now had your grammar corrected by a 26 year old forklift driver who makes less than $25k a year, almost didn't graduate from High School, and has yet to finish the two year community college degree he's been unofficially working on for five years. How dumb do you feel now?