Jeremy Cook on Thu, 6 Jan 2005 21:15:09 -0600 (CST)

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Re: [s-d] Re: The arrest

On Thu, Jan 06, 2005 at 06:28:58PM -0500, Peter Cooper Jr. wrote:
> Dan Schmidt <tiber264@xxxxxxxxx> writes:
> > First, I'm not a elegable judge because I'm hiding
> > under a Rock.
> Well, you weren't selected as a judge. bd has it. (I assume that
> you're not e, but I could be wrong on that, too.)
> > Second, Hjallti would get 1 nweek of Jail time if the
> > CFI fails because of the last paragraph r1907/0
> > section B.
> That looks correct to me. That makes eir actions subsequent to the
> arrest (including the P-Go move, Board move, and drawing a card)
> illegal, *if* the CFI fails, if I understand the game correctly (which
> I think I'm starting to do).
> Now, should there be someone telling us what cards we're drawing and
> updating the Wiki board state? Hjallti updated the wiki emself. I
> can't find anything in the rules preventing someone other than a
> Minister from updating a Public Display, and r1905 says that players
> are obligated to under certain circumstances. But, what prevents me
> from (for example) changing my score on the Roster and hoping that
> nobody notices?

It's the appropriate Minister's responsibility to notice when e
declares the display up-to-date. 10 days after such a
declaration, it stands as valid and may no longer be CFId (the

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