Daniel Lepage on 30 Jul 2003 22:37:45 -0000

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Re: [spoon-discuss] Re: [Spoon-business] NWEEK 46 BALLOT

On Wednesday, July 30, 2003, at 06:26  PM, SkArcher wrote:

30/07/2003 23:20:56, Daniel Lepage <dplepage@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

On Wednesday, July 30, 2003, at 12:46  AM, Baron von Skippy wrote:

Proposal 1589/1: Setting Stuff on Fire For Fun and Profit (Baron von

No. And for Unbridled Hostility towards Anything McGee, I kick the
Baron in the Ass. Anything found the hole, and didn't even seriously
exploit it; this is a pure ripoff of Anything's scam. I especially
disagree with the proposed titles - if anyone deserves to be "Lord of
the Failure Scam", it's Mr. McGee.

-Apologies to Mr. McGee, but it is because e did /not/ seriously
exploit this scam that e doesn't get a "Lord" title. And your Kick is
unjustified - not granting someone respect is not hostility. And how
many times have you ripped someone off? I remember having about 600
points at one point, up until someone - probably you - pulled a scam
that destroyed them. That's hostile if this is, wouldn't you say?-

By 'Rip someone off' I do not mean 'cause someone to lose points'. I
mean that e found a perfectly good scam and you grabbed it. I'll
concede that since e didn't exploit it, e probably shouldn't get a
'lord' title; but I definitely don't think that anyone else should get
one. 'Lord' should be reserved for people who did something clever and
got a Win from it; all you did was take Anything McGee's cleverness and
try to get a Win from it. Which is perhaps knightworthy, but certainly
not lordworthy.

What cleverness? What McGee did was to make a statement in a prop that he edidn't even realise was going to be so large. e did it by mistake

Not exactly by mistake, if I read eir msgs correctly; e just didn't realize the full implications of it. That doesn't change the fact that nobody else did anything particularly clever either.


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