Craig on 19 Jul 2003 20:39:01 -0000

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RE: [spoon-discuss] "effects related to proposal failure"

>>Your arm does not. Neither do failed proposals.

>"The Ruleset may be altered only as provided therein. Rules are revisable
objects." -r11

>"When a proposal fails, the following effects occur in order. ... Other
effects specifically related to proposal failure, such as Charm and
>Entropy adjustments, occur." -r15

>This would be an effect specifically related to proposal failure.  It is

By that logic, so is Wonko's win for having posted a sentence declaring
victory when a proposal fails. Or my win for having a piece of paper on my
desk reading 'Whenever a proposal passes or fails, the rule "No Win For You"
is deleted if it exists, and then I win.' Of course, you can't even prove
that the paper exists, but that doesn't matter. You'll just have to take my
word for it.

Or not; it doesn't matter whether you trust me or not, seeing as the failed
proposal has no effect either.

 -- Teucer

"Let's vote on how to vote on how to vote!"
 -Adam Raizen


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