Elvira turns me on
- Aug 2, 2008
Thanks for stating the obvious.
English is a complex language for you isn't it. It isn't stating the obvious. What I stated was that he is better than the others and it will only be errors on his part, not the performance of others that determine his placing. This is the redundant connundrum, in that it appears obvious but it is actually not. Kai, for example, could do everything right and still not win, because Jay has a better package. For Kai to win, Jay would have to fuck something up.