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      Today, I submitted a proposal entitled 'Judicial Jocularity Act'.

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Caller:                        twg

Judge:                         Cuddle Beam
Judgement:                     TRUE

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History:

Called by twg:                                    14 Feb 2020 18:41:58
Assigned to Cuddle Beam:                          19 Feb 2020 15:22:49
Judged TRUE by Cuddle Beam:                       19 Feb 2020 21:40:47

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Caller's Evidence:

I wrote:
> I submit the following proposal:
>
> Title: π’₯π“Šπ’Ήπ’Ύπ’Έπ’Ύπ’Άπ“ π’₯π‘œπ’Έπ“Šπ“π’Άπ“‡π’Ύπ“‰π“Ž π’œπ’Έπ“‰
> Adoption index: 1.7
> Chamber: Justice
> Author: twg
> Co-authors:
>
> Amend Rule 591, "Delivering Judgement", by replacing each occurrence of
> "DISMISS" with "Β―\(ツ)/Β―".
>
> [Very few CFJs get judged DISMISS at the moment; I figure the generation
> of mirth outweighs the slight inconvenience of having to copy-and-paste
> it from the ruleset occasionally.]


Caller's Arguments:

I don't think "title" is ever explicitly defined in the rules. Is the
exact sequence of Unicode characters important? Or is it just the
English-language words made up of those characters? If I included
invisible Unicode characters in a proposal title, so that it looked like
plain ASCII but wasn't, would the answer be any different?

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Judge Cuddle Beam's Arguments:

The title in question is "π’₯π“Šπ’Ήπ’Ύπ’Έπ’Ύπ’Άπ“ π’₯π‘œπ’Έπ“Šπ“π’Άπ“‡π’Ύπ“‰π“Ž π’œπ’Έπ“‰".

We've had other languages and special symbols interpreted before (CFJ 
3536, 3544) provided that it is understandable. CFJ 3530 provides a limit 
to how obscure the symbols and language used can be before it is no longer
reasonably understandable and dismissed for purposes of play.

I don't find this overly obscure, because it's fairly easily readable.

This is normal English, but in a cool font. It says "Judicial Jocularity
Act".

"Judicial Jocularity Act" and "π’₯π“Šπ’Ήπ’Ύπ’Έπ’Ύπ’Άπ“ π’₯π‘œπ’Έπ“Šπ“π’Άπ“‡π’Ύπ“‰π“Ž π’œπ’Έπ“‰" are the same 
thing but written in different fonts, and the font used is not relevant 
for differences between titles (as long as it is reasonably 
understandable).

I judge TRUE

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