But since I am omniscient do know what he really meant when he said the 116 Beyer was "about right".
I have to say I'm in awe.
Here we have a guy (HV) who despises the Beyer numbers, claims he doesn't use them, doesn't believe in how they're calculated or that they're ever right, has repeatedly demonstrated some serious ignorance about the things the BSF people do, and STILL he's qualified to tell us whether or not a specific number Beyer calculated is correct to within a few points, as well as what Jerry Brown really
meant when he said the number was "about right", corresponding to his own number.
Give the man a hand, ladies and gentlemen. That's a true "in the loop" "every day horse player" at work right there.