Joel Uckelman on 29 Mar 2003 15:02:00 -0000

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Re: [eia] NOT On to the Reinforcement Phase!

Thus spake "Everett E. Proctor":
> >     Could you please explain your reasoning for this recommendation?
> Easily, because:
> "I *wish* we were playing in the sort of gentlemanly game
> where a spirit of generosity prevailed and players allowed each other to go
> back and fix obvious mistakes.  But unfortunately that's not what this group
> seems to prefer.  "
> Also, more seriously,  if I keep on saying that X's orders won't affect
> what I do, so I'll send mine out in advance, and then at some future
> month I suddenly declare that I do need to wait for X's orders, I may be
> revealing more than I want to.
> -Everett

I had thought about that, but it occurred to me that no one would be able 
to tell the difference between a) my delay because I want to see what 
someone does, and b) my delay because I'm too busy to move right then.


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