Charles Schaefer on Mon, 11 Feb 2008 13:33:13 -0700 (MST)

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Re: [s-b] [s-d] New Contract

2008/2/11, ihope ihope127@xxxxxxxxx:

"As a Game Action any Player may voluntarily become bound to a
Contract unless the text of that contract would prohibit such an
action. A Player may not become bound by a contract by any other
means." If a Contract could just add parties to itself, then I'd
submit a proposal to make myself a dictator and force everybody to
vote FOR it via a Contract.
2008/2/11, Geoffrey Spear <geoffspear@xxxxxxxxx>:

When someone ceases to be a party to a contract, the contract can't
impose any further obligations on them, including forcibly making them
a party to it. (From Rule 4E70: "A Player may not become bound by a
contract by any other means.")

When a player joins the contract for this first time (voluntarily), they
consent to this infinite sequence of leaving and rejoining.

(By the way, why does it say that it may be amended by agreement of
> all players?)

For no apparent reason.

I submit the following consultation:

"At the time of submission of this consultation, is the player named Charles
a party to the contract titled "Win By Paradox"?


>From Rule 4E70: "As a Game Action a Player may create a Game Document known
as a Contract. Upon doing so that player becomes bound by that Contract."

Ever since first becoming bound by the contract, I have been caught in an
infinite loop.

I recommend an answer of PARADOX and an oracularity abolishing this
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