Jimmy Kaplowitz on Fri, 1 Dec 2006 19:22:42 -0700 (MST)

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Re: [s-d] [s-b] Triller Votes

On Fri, Dec 01, 2006 at 05:28:14PM -0800, Mark Walsh wrote:
> Near the beginning of nday 9, 11/27/06 1600 PST, I received a ballot.
> By my reckoning, I got my vote in 12 1/2 minutes early.
> Nday 12 ended 12/1/06 1600 PST (I think).
> But I could be wrong.

Hm, I did count several times just to be sure, but I see now that I
miscalculated despite those attempts. My apologies on that regard.

> BTW, I missed the headline stating that 
> Mountain Standard Time vaporized.

What's this about? Peter's mails and mine were in -0500, i.e. EST, and
yours were in -0800, i.e. PST. I used the proper offset when comparing
EST and PST times in my email. Clearly MST exists, but I don't see how
that is relevant.

> > It would be good if, sometime after the current nday ends in 2
> > real-world minutes, The Administrator could give updates on
> > spoon-business for what happened on nweek 112 nday 12 and nweek 113 nday
> > 1, including how all the proposals got resolved.
> >
> > - Jimmy
> I agree with this last, but until some of us start coding up
> some automation, we'll just have to live with it.

Wow, both you and all players were thinking my comment was meant as a
complaint. It wasn't. I think Peter's doing a fine job as The
Administrator so far. My comment was just a reminder since I know
everyone can get busy with other things and forget a game or two for a
few days, and also because the current state of the game is probably
quite different than what has been recognized so far due to proposals

- Jimmy
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