Escamis and Bonifacio, along with Erick Jabel, took charge in the fourth quarter after Gozum fouled out with still left to play.With the three players taking charge, the Red Robins outscored the Junior Blazers, 24-14, to finally break the game open.Yes, and the problem with these ‘leagues’ is that they are asymmetrical (meaning that there is a higher probability of a female attracting any given statistical subset of ranked males, than the reverse), rendering a disproportionate scarcity of receptive females for lower ranked males.Which, means that females have shown to be more critical in judging male attractiveness than the reverse (meaning that they are *more* likely to find a receptive partner, regardless of their own relative attractiveness).The mating ‘leagues’ are symmetrical(as evidenced in studies, like the OK Cupid one that showed women are rating 80% of males below average – rendering a skew which hinders assumptions of pair-matching).If only 20% are above average how many of us are actually considered good looking?And this independent variable, the profiles physical attractiveness, is a limiting factor in mating success.
Of course, cases of the reverse dynamic are vanishingly rare (wherein lies the basis for many a male grievance).
LSGH threatened for the last time when Macoy Marcos drilled a triple that cut the deficit to five, 86-81, with still left.
Unfortunately for the Junior Blazers, they had no answer for Escamis, who knifed to the lane on back-to-back possessions for easy buckets.
"Siguro nga, mas gusto namin ngayon." "Mas malaki ang puso ng mga naglaro ngayon.
Pinapakita lang nila kung anong character meron ang isang champion team," he added.