Jake Eakle on Wed, 3 Nov 2004 01:10:04 -0600 (CST)

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[s-d] Re: [s-b] A CFI

Yay I'm so excited my first judge-appointment! Yay!

But seriously, I'm really not sure yet how i'm gonna go on this one. It'll
take some research, i think. I'ma wait til tomorrow when i'm not ubertired.


On 11/2/04 9:04 PM, "Daniel Lepage" <dpl33@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> I CFI (using wiki syntax now so I don't have to do it over again later):
> {{
> Created on 3-11-2004.[[BR]]
> Plaintiff: ["Wonko"]
> Defendant: ["Zarpint"]
>   Statement:: Because of Rule 1904, Societies must pay the Maintenance
> Tax under r1901 in the same manner that Players do.
>   Plaintiff's Analysis:: Rule 1904 states that "r1901 and r1902 look at
> any r578 thing as if it were a r14 thing." R578 is the rule called
> 'societies'; thus a society is the most likely object to be referred to
> as a 'r578' thing. Likewise, r14 is called 'players', and so 'a r14
> thing' should be interpreted as 'a player'. Thus, r1901, which governs
> the Maintenance Tax, must treat societies like players.
> }}
> BTW, Araltaln got 15 points for a Void Prop. I forgot to mention that
> in the Voting Results.

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