I have a better solution for you.
The problem is, you can /intend/ your swing to deliver either maximum
power, or best accuracy. But not both. How many times have you wound up,
then clubbed the ground 8" behind the ball with a wild swing? Plenty
embarrassing, yeah. So you make sure to actually hit the ball on your
next attempt, and you're a little timid.
What's needed isn't more power, but a way to accurately apply all of the
power that you're capable of unleashing.
We're going to use an inertial guidance system.
Place the club head right up against the ball, right where you want it
to make contact. Now, push a button, wait for the LED indicator to glow
steady, and your club is initialized. That's it. No explosives, no
drama, just wail on the ball with all you've got and the system commands
the club head to return to *exactly* the position where it was
And I have a better one for you,
Lets just go to blunderbuss golf, You cram it down the barrel after
you add your black powder charge, aim and fire.
Where ever it lands, you pick it up, and repeat.
Going to make putting REAL interesting.
[Of course you probably think you need to place the charge on the back
of the stock.]
Real interesting putting. You'll have to fire up, of course, so the ball
can drop into the hole. You should use an inertial guidance system. The
spinning ball can be steered with a gyroscope.
Nobody has said what STP means. I'll guess Standard Tenperature and
And someday I'll laugh at the excessive size of that thing.
Confirmed stupid. You copy data *once* to a cheap hard drive, and think
that you have your junk backed up for posterity. You claim that I don't
know anything about electronics when I tell you that those itty-bitty
magnetic blips fade away, especially as they become ittier and bittier
on huge single platter disks and they're not repeatedly rewritten.
You apparently responded to something that Gunner wrote. You may not
know that he is probably brain damaged. He has had, according to him,
at least one stroke fairly recently and his behavior suggests other
brain insults as well. Treating him as if he has gross mental deficits
may be going too far. But then again maybe, maybe not.
LOL, you can't do this.
Let's make a fraction with the numbers, okay?
Start your Windows Calculator.
Enter 51, then divide by(/), and enter 44.
That's 55/44, a fraction. Still okay?
Now, click the equal sign (=).
What's the answer? Is it bigger than 1? How much bigger than 1 is it?
Depends on the size of the numbers. And that's why your simpleminded
subtraction exercise (which does bring your abilities to their limits
anyway) is idiotic.
.07% might mean 1 person in one population, and 100 people in another.
For shitty little Taft, it's 6 people.
Grinning, laughing idiot...
Taft's population, 9-thousand-whatever, can be rounded off to 10,000 and
this will be very accurate, and easy enough for even a Tafty to understand.
.44% is 44 violent crimes by my source.
.51% is 51 violent crimes by your source.
That .07% difference that you think is laughable is 7 additional violent
"Which seem to show up" is worthless. You don't even know what your
source has for stats, it's garbled nonsense. And I had to point that out
to you, you were to stupid to see it.
.is actually 23,000
Nowhere close. Your source and mine show the same 9K population.
My best effort is above. All done trying, time to give up. You can't
grasp easy math.
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