Saturday, May 08, 2010

Proposal: Horses

Self-killed. Failed by Kevan.

Adminned at 10 May 2010 04:44:24 UTC

Add a Dynastic Rule, entitled “I’ll take potpourri for $100, Alex”, with text as follows:

Article I: You are {standing in an open field} {west of a white house}, with a {boarded front door}.  There is a {small mailbox} here.
Article II: You may not {talk about Fight Club}.
Article III: The second person pronoun refers to each Blognomicer.

 

Comments

Klisz:

05-08-2010 20:44:54 UTC

for  Article I is epic.

Josh: HE/HIM

05-08-2010 20:54:24 UTC

for

digibomber:

05-08-2010 20:55:52 UTC

imperial

Ienpw III:

05-08-2010 21:02:49 UTC

for

scshunt:

05-08-2010 21:53:49 UTC

against

Galdyn:

05-09-2010 00:32:24 UTC

for

dbdougla:

05-09-2010 02:45:51 UTC

against

Darknight: HE/HIM

05-09-2010 03:04:02 UTC

imperial

Put:

05-09-2010 04:59:18 UTC

imperial

Qwazukee:

05-09-2010 05:05:23 UTC

against Because I haven’t checked to make sure there are no other “you"s in the ruleset.

Ienpw III:

05-09-2010 05:59:50 UTC

“Dice
  References to “YDICEX” refer to Y X-sided dice, rolled within the GNDT. To roll dice, post DICEX in the comments field of the GNDT, replacing X with the number of sides on the die you wish to roll.”
Only other “you”.

keecz:

05-09-2010 08:29:57 UTC

imperial

Kevan: HE/HIM

05-09-2010 09:30:37 UTC

against

Ienpw III:

05-09-2010 14:23:39 UTC

CoV against per Qwaz

SeerPenguin:

05-09-2010 16:28:01 UTC

for The Dice issue is irrelevant, especially considering the definition given in this rule still makes the Dice description make sense.

Ienpw III:

05-09-2010 17:24:42 UTC

“...replacing X with the number of sides on the dice [all blognomickers] wish to roll.”

Purplebeard:

05-09-2010 18:59:35 UTC

against

Galdyn:

05-09-2010 23:22:21 UTC

The standard english definition of “you” seems to make them work without changing anything.

“used to refer to the person or people that the speaker is”
~New Oxford American Dictionary
Because than “you” referes to each reader individually. At least the way I read it.

Klisz:

05-09-2010 23:25:45 UTC

against

Klisz:

05-09-2010 23:43:28 UTC

Galdyn: Article III redefines “you”, as it is the second person pronoun.

spikebrennan:

05-10-2010 11:31:30 UTC

against
s/k to move things along.