CaliRed said:I'm thinking it's more like a "beat" list, if you know what I mean
One Pocket Ghost said:Bingo!...I think got it right Greg ...but unfortunately you did put a horrifying image in our minds...
PS, My apologies to Papie and Freddy for the hijacking of their hijacking...
conio clare, escojiste una palabra muy appropiadaClare said:Oh, so maybe I should call all of you "pajeros".. You know, you guys really did slaughter the Spanish language (in your other thread).
Clare < knows her Spanish dirty words and slang (uh, I DO live in S. Florida).
conozco la diferencia entre conio y conozcoClare said:Si, lll, pero "conio" ?????????????? If you are trying to say "I know" it is "conozco".
fred bentivegna said:For those who haven't read it yet, you may find it interesting. For those that don't care, there is always a re-perusal of Dennis's well-meaning hi-jack, with those big bootied cheer leaders.
fred bentivegna said:The next time anyone is shooting at a tough shot for the game ball, rather than have a geometric approximation of what is needed, you could always refer to a sight picture of a big ass to help you get through your dilemma. The big ass sight picture could include, either one of Dennis's cuties, or a photo of the Sand J.O. Who is the bigger ass is up for conjecture.
Notice how the creep never lets a sensible conversation develop, and how he immediately jumps on my posts. I think I am going to start doing the same thing to everything he posts. We'll get a look at how thick skinned he is.
NH Steve said:Great point, Vapros, I think that says it all.
I think mainly for banks I either consciously or unconsciously compare the shot I am looking at to a common shot I remember, and then I adjust from there, either consciously or unconsciously -- probably depending on if I am on a roll or not. I do often use my cue stick to help visualize the angle going into the first rail (relative to the cue ball). What I am looking at when I do that is just help seeing the cut angle into the rail, not a specific spot on the rail. Then I use memory and feel -- which I believe naturally takes into consideration english and speed. I know I bank best when I keep my bridge short and stay closer to the middle of the cue ball, i.e. not too much english -- unless of course it is a real english style bank where you need to load up.