[size=18]>TAKE THE LAST TWO DIGITS OF THE YEAR THAT YOU WERE BORN.

TAKE HOW OLD YOU WILL BE AT THE END OF THIS YEAR.

ADD THEM BOTH TOGETHER.

THE ANSWER IS ALWAYS 111[/size]

( I have no idea what this has to do with pitching.)

Coach B.

[size=18]>TAKE THE LAST TWO DIGITS OF THE YEAR THAT YOU WERE BORN.

TAKE HOW OLD YOU WILL BE AT THE END OF THIS YEAR.

ADD THEM BOTH TOGETHER.

THE ANSWER IS ALWAYS 111[/size]

( I have no idea what this has to do with pitching.)

Coach B.

That’s neat Coach Baker!

Who cares what it has to do with pitching,

it’s an off-topic dugout thread.

How did you come up with that?

A very close friend of mine e-mails me some of this stuff. He’s a blind Vet(legally blind) and a chapter president ( I think) so while comminicating back and forth with Vets like himself, he gets this stuff. then passes it on to me.

Here’s a sample:

look at this picture of good ole Albert… then, step back from your computer, ohhh… about ten feet. Watch Albert turn into Marilyn Monroe, right before your eyes!

Coach B.

That picture of Albert Einstein is pretty neat.

[quote=“Coach Baker”][size=18]>TAKE THE LAST TWO DIGITS OF THE YEAR THAT YOU WERE BORN.

TAKE HOW OLD YOU WILL BE AT THE END OF THIS YEAR.

ADD THEM BOTH TOGETHER.

THE ANSWER IS ALWAYS 111[/size]

Coach B.[/quote]

Only works if you were born in the 1900s (or before) and are still living in the 2000s,

unless I’m mistaken.

Actually, if the person was born in the 2000s, the answer comes out to 11.

Say somebody born in 2002,

last two digits: 02.

How old he/she would be at the end of 2011: 9.

2 + 9 = 11

Next year, the answer will come out to 112 (I think).

yep.

Short and to the point.