============================== CFJ 2262 ==============================
Warrigal submitted exactly one proposal in the quoted message
Called by ais523: 09 Nov 2008 21:43:50 GMT
Assigned to root: 11 Nov 2008 05:12:29 GMT
Judged TRUE by root: 13 Nov 2008 02:44:58 GMT
Rule 106 says, in part:
A player submits a proposal by publishing it with a clear
indication that it is intended to become a proposal
The first doesn't appear to have the clear intention required; the second
one does, so I suspect TRUE. As a result, I'm not entering the first one
into the PNP for the time being.
> This is a proposal, and it will remain a proposal after I publish it,
> but it will not become a proposal, whether or not I say it will,
> because it can't become what it already is: "Repeal Rule 639, 107,
> 683, 208, 2196, 955, 106, or 1950."
> This is more of a proposal than the above, because I'm intending for
> it to become a proposal, even though it already is a proposal, and its
> adoption index is 3, and its title is "Hey Jude": "Make it better."
Gratuitous Arguments by Machiavelli:
I believe this submits the entire quoted message as evidence, not just
the quoted portion of it.
Gratuitous Evidence by Machiavelli:
On Sun, Nov 9, 2008 at 4:06 PM, Alexander Smith wrote:
> who dares Warrigal to come up with a proposal even worse, genociding
> a letter just doesn't cut it any more
This is a proposal, and it will remain a proposal after I publish it,
but it will not become a proposal, whether or not I say it will,
because it can't become what it already is: "Repeal Rule 639, 107,
683, 208, 2196, 955, 106, or 1950."
This is more of a proposal than the above, because I'm intending for
it to become a proposal, even though it already is a proposal, and its
adoption index is 3, and its title is "Hey Jude": "Make it better."
The latter proposal, which is the one that I'm actually submitting, is
guaranteed* to pass, as everyone* can agree that it will make the game
* Not really.
Judge root's Arguments:
The caller's arguments appear to be correct. I judge TRUE.