That's why he's always talking about baseball.
Actually, as someone who can actually read a bit of Japanese, I probably should have checked before making that comment.
Now that I have done so I can confirm that these Japanese "rules" do in fact say what he claims they do. Blimey.
Hat eating time.
Yeah, fair dos. As above, I've acknowledged that.
Sledger is clearly an anime loving ****. Bet he goes to cosplays and ****. Worst ****.
an interesting turn of events indeed
"He uses statistics as a drunken man uses lamp-posts.. . For support rather than illumination. " - Andrew Lang (1844-1912)
Lokomotiv, can you please confirm if the famous 4 balls in baseball was correct too or was that an error in a Japanese book too? If correct, do you have any video footage of it?
Yes, I can confirm this is a real one, taken from the High School Baseball national competition this year.
And I want to see an exhibition Cricket game in which Baseball bats are used.
And as for balls, I think that the Japan-born gum-ball would be good for amateurs and children, because there would be no necessity for guards .
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