Re: 174:2

From: Stephen Turner (
Date: Sun Jan 06 2002 - 02:20:49 PST

On Sun, 6 Jan 2002, Glenn Overby II wrote:

> Stephen Turner writes:
> >Has 174:2 been judged yet? Or did the judge maybe send the judgement only to
> >the author again?
> 174:2 has not been received by the judge!

Eh? It was definitely sent to the list. Here's a forward.

Stephen Turner, Cambridge, UK
"This is Henman's 8th Wimbledon, and he's only lost 7 matches." BBC, 2/Jul/01

Date: Fri, 4 Jan 2002 11:16:19 -0600
From: Jonathan Van Matre <>
To: Fantasy Rules Committee <>
Subject: Happy New Year, continued

Sebastian, Jenny's boyfriend, is unloading his blue electric cello from
the village's sole motorcar, an aging Ford van, behind the makeshift
stage that currently blocks off Fantasy's only street.  He hums a few
bars of "Auld Lang Syne" to himself as he thinks with pleasant
anticipation of kissing Jenny at midnight.

All fantasy rules will call attention to the tiny size of the village of
Fantasy by noting how few of something they have. (e.g. two lampposts,
one street, one motorcar)  In addition, each future fantasy rule will
indicate a set of exactly two people who plan to kiss each other
exclusively, at midnight, and midnight will not arrive until each
villager has a kissing partner.


Rule Date: 2002-01-04 17:15:02 GMT

Rule Date: 2002-01-06 10:21:16 GMT

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