Rainbow Wolfe on Wed, 8 Jun 2005 14:16:07 -0500 (CDT)

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Re: [s-d] Re: [s-b] [auto] Wonko votes

Well my intention wasn't to solely win, so the proposal itself winning still 
makes the same point. It also amuses me much more that the proposal wins.

- RW

On 6/7/05, Alex Truelsen <dichotomousmind@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >
> > Proposal 108/0: What A Silly Proposal [WASP] : Against
> > Well done. I believe the intent was that this would pass easily,
> > ostensibly making a statement about the unimportance of Wins while in 
> fact
> > making RW the only Winner. This would happen because "I declare I have 
> won,
> > secondly I declare everyone else to have won." only half works, since
> > players can declare themselves to have won but cannot declare others to 
> have
> > done the same.
> >
> > However, to work properly the proposal would have to say "The player 
> named
> > Rainbow Wolfe declares emself to have won"; as it's currently phrased, 
> it
> > either indicates that the proposal itself wins, or that Peter (being the
> > Minister who implements the proposal) wins. I think the former 
> definition is
> > a more reasonable interpretation of the prop, and so it seems that this
> > proposal is about to become the first victor of B Nomic since the 
> resetting
> > of the game.
> Is that going to have to be tracked on the Roster? Can a proposal be an
> External Force? Can External Forces be proposals? What happens if a player
> is a proposal and fails? Pardon me, I have to go do something stupid 
> because
> it amuses me.
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