CFJ 3453: There is a rule called "Trust Tokens".
CFJ 3452: The text of Rule 1728/33 contains exactly 14 paragraphs.
CFJ 3451: Proposals 7773 and 7774 will have no effect if passed
CFJ 3450: Quazie is a player.
CFJ 3449: I possess the patent title "Head of the Agoran Ceremonial Mint".
CFJ 3425: If the rules state that a person CAN perform an action, but do not explicitly state how, then e CAN perform it by announcement.
CFJ 3424: There is ambiguity in a rule change specification of the form "Create the following Rule, AI=2, Moving Goalposts { text text text }".
CFJ 3423: The above-quoted statement is true.
CFJ 3422: omd is known as oddly marked derriere.
CFJ 3421: omd is known as offense most dire.
CFJ 3420: With the above-quoted message, Henri fulfilled eir obligation under Rule 2201 to deny, publish a revision, or initiate a CFJ in response to G.'s above-quoted CoE.
CFJ 3419: If Rule 1789 were repealed, the obligation on the Registrar to note the method of deregistration of players deregistered by Writ of FAGE would remain.
CFJ 3418: Midnight Monday is defined as 24:00.
CFJ 3417: Scshunt, the Promotor, for violating Rule 1607 (Distribution) for violating Rule 2143 (Official Reports and Duties), and for committing the Class-2 Crime of Tardiness, deserves to be awarded a punishment no less severe than a Yellow Card.
CFJ 3416: omd's recent Apology has a signature, and thus did not violate rule 2428.
CFJ 3415: Henri has a Red Card.
CFJ 3414: In the above quoted message, Henri intended, for each mentioned player, to, without objection, deregister em.
CFJ 3413: Rule 2426 (Cards) exists.
CFJ 3412: A player CANNOT die.
CFJ 3411: Dying while a player is a regulated action.
CFJ 3410: The most recent document published by the Registrar purporting to be eir report does not contain all information required by the rules to be included in a Registrar's report.
CFJ 3409: CFJ 3408 is assigned to omd.
CFJ 3408: The Assessor, scshunt, failed to end the voting period for proposals 7641-7642 in 7 days, thereby violating Rules 107 and 2143. Scshunt has therefore committed the Class-2 Crime of Tardiness.
CFJ 3407: omd assigned CFJ 3406 using a process that, over time, would allow all interested players have a reasonably equal opportunity to judge
CFJ 3406: whether that is a CFJ
CFJ 3388: omd changed eir posture in the above message.
CFJ 3387: Teucer CAN destroy the promise entitled "I've had the time of my life" by announcement.
CFJ 3386: Providing an audio version of the ruleset is a reasonable way to allow vision-impaired persons to play.
CFJ 3386a
CFJ 3385: I am a player.
CFJ 3384: The above-quoted resolution failed because the voting limits of nonplayers and quorum were both stated incorrectly.
CFJ 3383: Fool violated Rule 101 by failing to treat Agora right good forever, by purporting to deregister all other players and subsequently lock them out of the game.
CFJ 3383a
CFJ 3382: I am a player.
CFJ 3381: I am a player.
CFJ 3380: G.'s votes in the recent General Election were submitted before the voting period ended.
CFJ 3379: I transferred 1 Yak to omd within 1 second of 17 Jul 2013 15:50:42 +0000.
CFJ 3378: I have transferred exactly 1 Yak to omd in the past 24 hours.
CFJ 3377: If ais523 immediately replies to that intent with 'I support and do so', I become a member of the same alliance as ais523.
CFJ 3376: Immediately after this message is published, it will be ILLEGAL to cash the promise cited in evidence.
CFJ 3375: Immediately after this message is published, it will be IMPOSSIBLE to cash the promise cited in evidence.
CFJ 3374: If such an agreement existed, would judging that the agreement is effective violate Rule 101?
CFJ 3373: Would paying omd to not post on the public forums as part of a legally binding agreement between myself and omd cause a violation of Rule 101?
CFJ 3372: Announcing in Agora-Business the creation of a promise that, upon being cashed, causes the player cashing said promise to break a rule, does not cause the creator of said promise to violate R2394, nor does it cause the creator of said promise to violate R2394 upon the cashing of said promise.
CFJ 3371: The term 'player' is incorrect.
CFJ 3370: In the quoted message, scshunt spent a VC.
CFJ 3369: This is a frivolous CFJ.
CFJ 3368: This is a frivolous CFJ.
CFJ 3367: I violated the rule enacted by Proposal 7490 by discussing my vote on Proposal 7491 when listing all votes in its resolution.
CFJ 3366: I am an elder.
CFJ 3365: scshunt has violated Rule 2143 (Official Reports and Duties) by failing to publish the holder of each office, etc. last week.
CFJ 3365a
CFJ 3364: The judgement of CFJ 3334 was appropriate.
CFJ 3363: Did Machiavelli successfully attempt to to take an action in the quoted message?
CFJ 3362: A party can be a nomic.
CFJ 3361: It is POSSIBLE for Roujo to, at this time, support and resolve the quoted intent.
CFJ 3360: scshunt's Victory Announcement of 3 Jul was correct.
CFJ 3359: scshunt's Victory Announcement of 30 Jun was correct.
CFJ 3358: It is LEGAL for the Clerk of the Courts to award Yaks to Walker without additional awards or transfers in the same message.
CFJ 3357: Machiavelli violated Rule 1504 by failing to pay this fine.
CFJ 3355: ais523 violated Rule 2170 by selecting a confusing nickname by selecting the nickname "woggle" on an Agoran forum in the quoted message.
CFJ 3354: Ambassador Abuse is a nomic.
CFJ 3353: Ambassador Abuse is an agreement.
CFJ 3352: Fool has commited the Class-1 Crime of Naughtiness (violating Rule 2356) when he sent the quoted message.
CFJ 3351: monkey purple dishwasher
CFJ 3350: The answer to the question 'is YES ever a valid judgment to a CfJ that is not in the form of a question?' is yes.
CFJ 3349: This is another CFJ.
CFJ 3348: This is a CFJ.
CFJ 3347: If a player is required to make an officer's report, but also holds the Office of Governmental Waste, resigning the office of Governmental Waste is a reasonable way (as per R1504d) to avoid breaking Rule 2395.
CFJ 3346: scshunt violated R2395 (Government Waste) by publishing the IADoP Report on or about 23-Jun-13.
CFJ 3345: Only sentient artificial intelligence systems are second-class persons.
CFJ 3344: Michael Norrish CAN form a government by announcement.
CFJ 3343: It is generally possible for a party to send messages.
CFJ 3343a
CFJ 3342: In the quoted text, G. objected to a dependent action.
CFJ 3341: If the rules contained the statement "The Assessor CAN revive Benjamin Franklin by announcement", and this statement were not overridden by another rule, then it would be POSSIBLE for the Assessor to revive Benjamin Franklin by announcement.
CFJ 3340: If the rules contained the statement "The Assessor CAN revive Benjamin Franklin by announcement", and this statement were not overridden by another rule, and a CFJ were called on the statement "The Assessor CAN revive Benjamin Franklin by announcement", then TRUE would be an appropriate judgement for that CFJ, and FALSE would be an inappropriate judgement for that CFJ.
CFJ 3339: If the rules contained the statement "It is LEGAL to shout 'CREAMPUFF' if and only if it is ILLEGAL to shout 'CREAMPUFF'", and this contradiction were not resolved, overridden, or otherwise mitigated by another rule, and a CFJ were called on the statement "It is LEGAL to shout 'CREAMPUFF' if and only if it is ILLEGAL to shout 'CREAMPUFF'", then TRUE would be an appropriate judgement for that CFJ, and FALSE would be an inappropriate judgement for that CFJ.
CFJ 3338: Murphy violated Rule 2403 (Judicial Fees) by failing to award the Standard Case Fee to omd as soon as possible after omd judged CFJ 3322.
CFJ 3337: scshunt is an eligible voter on the decision to adopt Proposal 7436.
CFJ 3336: The Assessor violated Rule 208 by failing to resolve Proposals 7437-7452 (two distributions' worth) in a timely fashion after the end of their voting periods.
CFJ 3335: G. failed to report on Ribbons last week and in doing so violated Rule 2143.
CFJ 3334: It was POSSIBLE for me to destroy '!!!' when I attempted to do so immediately before the initiation of this case.
CFJ 3333: Rule 649 contains the phrase "As soon as possible after a patent title is awarded or revoked".
CFJ 3332: This message successfully initiated a criminal CfJ.
CFJ 3331: Bucky committed the class-3 crime of Naughtiness (violating Rule 2356) when he sent the message whose body was "I taunt the police, specifying 3." on June 22nd, 2013.
CFJ 3330: Having a salary withheld for failure to complete an officer's duty in a month constitutes a penalty as per R101(vi).
CFJ 3329: scshunt has failed to submit an IADoP's report for this week, and in doing so has violated Rule 2143.
CFJ 3329a
CFJ 3328: In the quoted message, G. paid a cost to cash a promise.
CFJ 3327: It was POSSIBLE for me to cash 'ZipZop Series G-002' when I attempted to do so.
CFJ 3326: It was excessively ambiguous
CFJ 3325: Wes CAN cash The Unexpected Cashing 5.
CFJ 3324: Wes CAN transfer the DOA promise to emself.
CFJ 3323: Murphy violated Rule 2143 by failing to submit the mentioned reports last week.
CFJ 3322: The message quoted in evidence is equivalent to an announcement of intent to register.
CFJ 3321: omd violated Rule 2143 by failing to report on Adoption Index and Chamber last week.
CFJ 3320: woggle violated Rule 2143 by failing to report the Short Logical Ruleset last week.
CFJ 3320a
CFJ 3319: G. violated Rule 2143 by failing to report on Ribbons and Trading Cards last week.
CFJ 3318: Murphy violated Rule 2143 by failing to report on the PVN and on Virtue last week.
CFJ 3318a
CFJ 3317: djanatyn is a Player.
CFJ 3316: Machiavelli, by publishing the statement cited in Evidence, has violated Rule 2170 (Who am I?) by making a public statement intended to mislead others as to the identity of its publisher.
CFJ 3315: An agreement exists between a first-class person known as djanatyn and the player Machiavelli, that taken on its own would allow Machiavelli to act on behalf of djanatyn, to register em.
CFJ 3314: It is POSSIBLE for Horton woggle to destroy a promise titled ODY-1 without objection.
CFJ 3313: It is POSSIBLE to take from the Tree and cash a promise titled ODY-1 by announcement.
CFJ 3312: A promise titled ODY-1 exists.
CFJ 3311: Murphy violated Rule 2143 by failing to publish a VVLOP report in the previous week.
CFJ 3310: Machiavelli violated Rule 2143 by failing to publish the IADoP's report last week.
CFJ 3309: Proposal 7386 failed to fully take effect because it attempted to modify a substantial aspect of Proposal 7411
CFJ 3308: scshunt objects to the Ambassador-at-Large's latest intention regarding Psychose Nomic.
CFJ 3307: A proposal titled 'Nerf VCs' and authored by omd was distributed within the past seven days.
CFJ 3306: scshunt satisfies the Victory Condition of Junta due to Rule 2380
CFJ 3305: Rule 2361 has been informed of CFJ 3301.
CFJ 3304: The office of Registrar is Postulated.
CFJ 3303: The office of Registrar is Postulated.
CFJ 3302: scshunt CAN, by announcement, cause a proposal to take effect.
CFJ 3301: Rule 2361 has violated Rule 101 by failing to treat Agora right good forever.
CFJ 3300: Rule 2361 is a Slave Golem.
CFJ 3300a
CFJ 3299: It is possible for Rule 2380 to change the text of a proposal.
CFJ 3298: The term "fortnight" in Rule 2143 refers to a span of two Agoran Weeks.
CFJ 3297: Rule 2386 has been repealed.
CFJ 3296: At the time that I judged CFJ 3293 IRRELEVANT, the judgement of IRRELEVANT was appropriate.
CFJ 3295: I CAN nominate Tweedledee in the Herald election
CFJ 3294: With 1.5 Agoran consent, I CAN destroy the judicial panel composed of Agora and woggle.
CFJ 3293: With 1.5 Agoran consent, I CAN destroy the Lost and Found Department.
CFJ 3292: The Cayman Islands (a Slave Golem recently in the possession of G.) exists.
CFJ 3291: When Pavitra published eir 16-Jan-13 Victory Announcement, e satisfied the Victory Condition of Belligerence.
CFJ 3290: there exists a Slave Golem that is a unit.
CFJ 3289: A Rule titled "The Dictionary" exists.
CFJ 3288: I own multiple Machiavelli trading cards.
CFJ 3287: The Promise quoted above can be cashed.
CFJ 3285: I own a Max Schutz card.
CFJ 3284: Yally is active.
CFJ 3283: agora-business is a public forum.
CFJ 3282: Proposal 7174 was enacted.
CFJ 3282a
CFJ 3281: Murphy violated the power 2 Rule 1868 by failing to assign, as soon as possible, a judge to the above cases.
CFJ 3280: In this message, I caused (possibly indirectly) the repeal of rule 2380 and, at the time, it included the word 'omd'. [My scam failed, and omd's succeeded]
CFJ 3279: There is a rule with ID number 2382. [My scam succeeded, as did omd's, but my follow-up repeal failed.]
CFJ 3278: In this message, I caused (possibly indirectly) the repeal of rule 2382 and, at the time, it included the word 'omd'. [My scam succeeded, as did omd's, as did my repeal]
CFJ 3277: There is a rule with ID number 2384. [My scam succeeded]
CFJ 3276: I have cashed the promise titled "Agoran Bank of scshunt"
CFJ 3275: A rule titled "Win by Junta" was enacted in the last 48 hours.
CFJ 3274: In the above quoted message of 17th September 2012 at 15:28, Arkady became active.
CFJ 3273: scshunt's voting limit on the decision to adopt Proposal 7310 is 6.
CFJ 3272: In the below-quoted message, Arkady spent a ruble.
CFJ 3271: At least one of these decisions was not required to be resolved (R208) because the corresponding proposal was never in the Proposal Pool at the beginning of a week, so a requirement was never created to distribute it (R1607), and the decision was therefore not resolved by deputisation.
CFJ 3270: In the above-quoted message omd spent or destroyed 2 rubles.
CFJ 3269: scshunt violated Rule 2143 by failing to publish the Promotor's report in the week Mon 27 Aug - Sun 02 Sep.
CFJ 3268: I have published an ATC report.
CFJ 3267: FKA443144 violated Rule 2143 by publishing an IADoP's report indicating that the office of ATC was empty when it was held by FKA443144.
CFJ 3264: I have already called a CFJ in this message. (Plaz)
CFJ 3263: I have already called a CFJ in this message. (Bar)
CFJ 3262: I have already called a CFJ in this message. (Foo)
CFJ 3261: The bench needs a rotation.
CFJ 3260: CFJ 3257 is about the possibility or legality of a rule-defined action.
CFJ 3259: I can cash a promise named A Million Bucks.
CFJ 3258: The message in which this CFJ was initiated is the Ambassador-At-Large's Weekly Report.
CFJ 3257: Agora could unlock B Nomic by enacting a rule with Power > 1.1 stating that B Nomic is not in a state of emergency, other rules (in either nomic) to the contrary notwithstanding.
CFJ 3256: In the last few minutes, G. transferred exactly one ruble to ais523.
CFJ 3255: ais523 CAN destroy a ruble.
CFJ 3254: ais523 CAN destroy a ruble.
CFJ 3253: WoodsPam called a CFJ in the quoted message.
CFJ 3252: I have cast a vote in the current Promotor election.
CFJ 3251: omd violated rule 478 by prohibiting me from participating in all the fora.
CFJ 3250: ais523 violated the rule "The Ambassador-At-Large" (which I haven't numbered yet) by using a power granted to Agora's ambassadors other than as allowed by the rules.
CFJ 3249: I CAN destroy a promise with the text "CREAMPUFF!".
CFJ 3248: In the last few minutes, G. transferred exactly one ruble to ais523.
CFJ 3247: ais523 CAN destroy a ruble.
CFJ 3246: ais523 CAN destroy a ruble.
CFJ 3245: CfJ 3212 is a turtle
CFJ 3244: It would be ILLEGAL for a player to publish a message whose body consisted solely of the text "I intend, without objection, to ratify the statement of CFJ 3240.".
CFJ 3243: omd initiated a CFJ in the above-quoted message.
CFJ 3242: 🎩❓
CFJ 3241: I have cast a vote on proposal 7261.
CFJ 3240: The statement "Ozymandias has won the game." and this one have the same truth value.
CFJ 3239: omd violated Rule 2143 by failing to distribute by the end of Sun. 24 June proposals in the proposal pool that were in there at the beginning of Mon. 18 June.
CFJ 3238: Phlogistique registered in the message quoted in evidence.
CFJ 3237: The above-quoted message created a CFJ.
CFJ 3235: In the above quoted Census, FKA441344 created a Slave Golem.
CFJ 3234: ehird is capable of evoking the power of UNDEAD.
CFJ 3233: Henri Bouchard is a player.
CFJ 3232: ais523 violated Rule 2158 by failing to assign judgement to case 3218 ASAP after it was assigned to em.
CFJ 3231: On or about Tue, 19 Jun 2012 00:43:19 -0400, scshunt transferred a ruble to Machiavelli.
CFJ 3230: omd violated Rule 2143 by failing to publish the promotor's weekly report in the week Mon. 11 - Sun. 17.
CFJ 3229: scshunt violated Rule 2158 by failing to assign judgement to case 3218 ASAP after it was assigned to em.
CFJ 3228: omd violated Rule 2158 by failing to assign judgement to case 3215 ASAP after it was assigned to em.
CFJ 3227: Someone committed the crime of Not Doing Your Own Dirty Work when Scapegoat taunted the police.
CFJ 3226: I violated Rule 2143 by publishing inaccurate information in the quoted report.
CFJ 3225: As [whatever Tanner's name is this month] didn't actually do anything, this is ineffective.
CFJ 3224: Yes e did.
CFJ 3223: Sun, 27 May 2012 14:14:46 +0100
CFJ 3222: There exist CFJs with ID numbers 3217 and 3218, and they are assigned to ais523.
CFJ 3221: I created more than one CFJ with the above text.
CFJ 3220: It is illegal for a player to announce intent to use Ratification Without Objection to ratify a document whose contents are identical to this sentence, without also specifying a reason for ratifying it.
CFJ 3219: GUILTY (regardless of the sentence) is never an appropriate judgment on a criminal case where the defendant is a Slave Golem.
CFJ 3218: Earlier in this message, FKA441344 submitted a proposal without paying a cost.
CFJ 3217: Earlier in this message, FKA441344 violated Rule 2365 by submitting a proposal without paying the cost.
CFJ 3216: Rule 2350 contains the text "A proposal is a type of entity"
CFJ 3215: Rule 2350 contains the text "which places the proposal in the Proposal Pool".
CFJ 3214: Creating a proposal adds it to the Proposal Pool.
CFJ 3213: Proposals generally take effect before the decision to adopt them is resolved.
CFJ 3212: It is illegal for a player to announce intent to use Ratification Without Objection to ratify a document whose contents are identical to this sentence, without also specifying a reason for ratifying it.
CFJ 3211: omd violated Rule 2356 by taunting the police.
CFJ 3210: omd, satisfied the winning condition of Anarchy in connection with that event
CFJ 3209: scshunt won the game in the above quoted message.
CFJ 3208: A rule-defined entity's name generally CAN be initialized to be the same as another rule-defined entity's name.
CFJ 3207: A proposal's title generally CAN be changed to be the same as another proposal's title.
CFJ 3206: 441344 violated Rule 2143 (Official Reports and Duties) by incorrectly stating that there were 7 inactive players (but listing 8) in eir Registrar's Report of April 9.
CFJ 3205: 441344 violated Rule 2143 (Official Reports and Duties) by listing G. as active in eir Registrar's Report of March 27.
CFJ 3204: omd failed to distribute the proposals currently in the proposal pool that were in there at the beginning of Mon. 16, violating Rule 2143 and committing the Class-2 Crime of Tardiness.
CFJ 3203: Murphy failed to publish the Assessor's report during the week Mon. 16 - Sun. 22, violating Rule 2143 and committing the Class-2 Crime of Tardiness.
CFJ 3202: If I intentionally typed "became" instead of "become" I would currently be active.
CFJ 3201: I am currently active.
CFJ 3200: The Executor of actions performed by announcement in a cashed promise is generally the same as the Executor of the message in which the promise was cashed.
CFJ 3199: Murphy violated Rule 2168 by failing to issue a humiliating public reminder to the slackers who did not cast any votes on Proposals 7191-7196 and 7198-7200 despite being eligible.
CFJ 3198: BuckyBot's Rule 101 rights to initiate a process to resolve matters of controversy have been violated.
CFJ 3197: omd submitted a proposal in the message quoted in evidence.
CFJ 3196: scshunt has cast a valid vote on Proposal 7196.
CFJ 3195: BobTHJ was a player on or about Mar 15 2012 and on or about Mar 19 2012
CFJ 3194: ehird violated rule 2205 by submitting a CFJ without submitting such arguments and/or evidence (relevant to that case) as e were reasonably able to collect, nor understanding the full implications of failing to submit such arguments and carefully weighing them.
CFJ 3193: kcnomic is mister snuggles.
CFJ 3192: kcnomic is a player.
CFJ 3191: The Executor of the message quoted in the evidence cannot be determined with reasonable effort except by judicial declaration
CFJ 3190: omd violated Rule 2170 (Power=3) by selecting a confusing nickname for eir golem previously named Mr. Incredible.
CFJ 3189: I am Spartacus.
CFJ 3188: I am Mr. Snuggles.
CFJ 3187: Mister Snuggles is a player.
CFJ 3186: To initiate a criminal case, Rule 1504 requires specifying exactly one action the Accused allegedly performed or failed to perform.
CFJ 3185: To initiate a criminal case, Rule 1504 requires specifying exactly one rule allegedly violated by the Accused's action/inaction.
CFJ 3184: To initiate a criminal case, Rule 1504 requires specifying exactly one person as the Accused.
CFJ 3183: The Golem created by omd is a player
CFJ 3182: omd is a player.
CFJ 3181: Mr. Incredible changed his name to {'} to deregister.
CFJ 3180: Mr. Incredible changed his name to {. I cause} to deregister.
CFJ 3179: ais523 violated rule 2170 by selecting the confusing nickname "callforjudgement" on multiple non-Agoran fora.
CFJ 3178: An Agoran Decision on proposal 7174 was initiated and Murphy was an eligible voter on it.
CFJ 3177: The notice of intent to initiate an Agoran Decision on proposal 7174 was invalid.
CFJ 3176: The Registrar's Report includes within its list of all players a list of all Golems.
CFJ 3175: comex would be a player if the quoted statement were sent to agora-business.
CFJ 3174: comex is a player.
CFJ 3173: Number Two's Rule 101 rights have been violated.
CFJ 3172: Number Two is a player.
CFJ 3171: ais523 is inactive.
CFJ 3170: The Prisoner's R101(vii) rights have been violated.
CFJ 3169: The Prisoner is a player.
CFJ 3168: The Person Formerly Known As 441344 selected the nickname "The Person Formerly Known As 441344", violating Rule 2170 (Who Am I?).
CFJ 3167: Murphy is a complete idiot.
CFJ 3166: I supported the intents to reconsider CFJs 3140 and 3141.
CFJ 3165: omd is a complete idiot.
CFJ 3164: ehird committed the Class-14 Crime of Naughtiness. (Rule 2356)
CFJ 3163: I committed the Class-1 Crime of Naughtiness. (Rule 2356)
CFJ 3162: G. is the only OmNom player.
CFJ 3161: Immediately prior to this messsage, 441344 was a player as defined by the published OmNom Constitution.
CFJ 3160: If OmNom becomes a player as a result of a recently-published intent-to-register, all OmNom reports must be published in Agora to be considered reports.
CFJ 3159: When 441344 registered, "441344" was a confusing nickname, for the purposes of Rule 2170.
CFJ 3158: The name "441344" has generally been used to refer to an entity other than 441344 within the three months preceding 441344's registration.
CFJ 3157: The name "441344" has generally been used to refer to the number 441344 within the three months preceding 441344's registration.
CFJ 3156: If a non-player is ratified to be a player via the register's report, without eir explicit permission, the ratification fails.
CFJ 3155: If a report that contains a "recent history" section is ratified, it also ratifies the fact that any missing events pertaining to that report, that might have otherwise occurred between the earliest and latest recorded events, did not occur.
CFJ 3154: The above-quoted message caused Tiger to deregister.
CFJ 3153: G. failed to publish the Herald's monthly report during the month December 2011, violating Rule 2143 and committing the Class-2 Crime of Tardiness.
CFJ 3152: Murphy failed to publish the IADoP's report, the Assessor's report, and the Registrar's report during the week Mon. 16 - Sun. 22, violating Rule 2143 and committing the Class-2 Crime of Tardiness.
CFJ 3151: omd failed to publish the Promotor's report during the week Mon. 16 - Sun. 22 and distribute the proposals currently in the proposal pool that were in there at the beginning of Mon. 16, violating Rule 2143 and committing the Class-2 Crime of Tardiness.
CFJ 3150: There are currently no Objectors to any of my declared intents.
CFJ 3148: Initiating a CFJ on one's own playerhood does not reasonably unambiguously indicate intent to become a player
CFJ 3147: No actions were performed by announcement due to the first 6 lines of the above-quoted message
CFJ 3146: I am a player.
CFJ 3145: The statement "Amend Rule xxxx/yy" is equivalent to "Amend Rule xxxx IFF its revision number is yy."
CFJ 3144: Rule 2351 indirectly allows players to make arbitrary modifications to the game state.
CFJ 3143: Submitting a CFJ on one's own playerhood might reasonably be interpreted as a request to join this game.
CFJ 3142: David Jackman is a player.
CFJ 3141: If, during a Holiday, the CotC assigns a judge to a judicial case other than emself, that judge has violated rule 1769.
CFJ 3140: If, during a Holiday, the CotC assigns a judge to a judicial case other than emself, the CotC has violated rule 1769.
CFJ 3139: Pavitra violated Rule 2143 (Official Reports and Duties) by publishing information stating that the report is about elephants, trees, and/or the EPA.
CFJ 3138: A Promise titled "I want blood!" exists.
CFJ 3137: With no changes to rule 2333, nor to other rules that would change how rule 2333 is interpreted, if a contestmaster announces that one or more persons "win the contest", and then someone announces that all those players satisfy the Victory Condition of Victory, doing so would be a true Victory Announcement.
CFJ 3136: If and when the Victory Announcement in the same message that created this CFJ self-ratifies, if the rules regarding victory have not changed since, then ais523 will Win the Game.
CFJ 3135: In the quoted message, Murphy assigned a judge to a CFJ.
CFJ 3133: Wooble is a player.
CFJ 3132: A judgment of EXILE has no effect if the defendant is not a player when it has been continuously and effectively assigned for a week.
CFJ 3131: Scshunt violated a rule with his judgment on the Criminal Case above.
CFJ 3130: ehird is a player.
CFJ 3129: Do or did I register. ?
CFJ 3128: The above purported attempt to initiate a criminal CfJ failed because it did not allege that the defendent violated the rule it named.
CFJ 3127: Bucky committed the Class-6 Crime of Naughtiness (as defined by Rule 2356) by publishing the message quoted in evidence.
CFJ 3126: Committing a crime violates the rule defining it as a crime, even if the rule does not explicitly define it as a violation.
CFJ 3125: scshunt broke rule 2338 by cashing a promise with insufficient context.
CFJ 3124: The text labelled in this message as a Victory Announcement is a factually-correct Victory Announcement.
CFJ 3123: I exist.
CFJ 3122: I am sitting.
CFJ 3121: Agora is stuck in an infinite loop.
CFJ 3120: ais523 violated a SHOULD requirement in rule 2205 by submitting this CFJ.
CFJ 3119: ais523 has submitted a ballot on the decision to adopt proposal 7135.
CFJ 3118: This CfJ is a Delve
CFJ 3117: The set of rule picks in the above-quoted message was made at random.
CFJ 3116: If the Promise cited in CFJ 3114 were cashed by ais523, G. would generally be found NOT GUILTY of the resulting violation.
CFJ 3115: It would be ILLEGAL for me to cash the above-quoted promise.
CFJ 3114: If I cashed the above-quoted promise, it would cause G. to violate a rule.
CFJ 3113: Agora wishes to counteract a decision if and only if the decision would substantially violate a person's rights as defined by Rule 101
CFJ 3112: There does not exist a decision that could be made right now such that Agora wishes to counteract that decision.
CFJ 3111: The documents "Victory Condition of Being Bucky" and "Victory Condition of Being Pavitra" either are Victory Conditions or define specific Victory Conditions.
CFJ 3110: I (Pavitra) satisfy the Victory Condition of Being Pavitra, by means of sending this message.
CFJ 3109: Bucky has satisfied the Victory Condition of Being Bucky
CFJ 3108: AmarChandra Ganna is a player
CFJ 3107: omd has stirred up prejudice and ill-will against Agora among the Artists of Blognomic by sending the message quoted in Evidence to a public forum and several members of Blognomic. In doing so, he violated Rule 101 by failing to treat Agora right good forever.
CFJ 3106: A public message sent by mr.snuglz@gmail.com has caused the initiation of a CFJ.
CFJ 3105: In the above-quoted message, or as a direct result thereof, Mister Snuggles called a CFJ.
CFJ 3104: G. became a player as a result of ais523's message quoted in evidence.
CFJ 3103: G. became a player as a result of eir message quoted in evidence.
CFJ 3102: The quoted comment in square brackets constitutes a condition for Rule 1728(d).
CFJ 3101: This is a CFJ
CFJ 3100: Wooble is a player
CFJ 3099: freehsophia@gmail.com violated Rule 2170 by making a public statement intended to mislead others as to the identity of its publisher, specifically by including three different signatures in a single message.
CFJ 3098: CFJ 3072a has been judged.
CFJ 3097: Walker violated the Power-2 Rule 2154 by failing to, in place of initiating an Agoran Decision, announce that there were no candidates for Promotor and ending the election, as soon as possible after the nomination period ended.
CFJ 3096: Walker violated the Power-2 Rule 2154 by failing to, in place of initiating an Agoran Decision, announce that there were no candidates for Rulekeepor and ending the election, as soon as possible after the nomination period ended.
CFJ 3095: Murphy violated the 1-Power Rule 2168 by failing to initiate a humiliating public reminder that the voting period for Proposal 7106 was extended.
CFJ 3094: Murphy violated the 1-Power Rule 2168 by failing to initiate a humiliating public reminder that the voting period for Proposal 7105 was extended.
CFJ 3093: Murphy violated the 1-Power Rule 2168 by failing to initiate a humiliating public reminder that the voting period for Proposal 7104 was extended.
CFJ 3092: Murphy violated the 1-Power Rule 2168 by failing to initiate a humiliating public reminder that the voting period for Proposal 7103 was extended.
CFJ 3091: Murphy violated the 1-Power Rule 2168 by failing to initiate a humiliating public reminder that the voting period for Proposal 7102 was extended.
CFJ 3090: Tiger violated the power-1 Rule 2352 by failing to attempt to cause Agora to become a player of BlogNomic as soon as possible after e became Ambassador.
CFJ 3089: I am Arkady English
CFJ 3088: If a non-player person who is not the game of Agora were otherwise able to make arbitrary gamestate changes by announcement, Rule 2351 would prevent em from doing so.
CFJ 3087: Agora can make arbitrary changes to the gamestate.
CFJ 3086: Agora's right to participate in the fora is substantially limited.
CFJ 3085: The repair shop mentioned in the evidence violated Rule 101(v) by detaining Roujo's laptop
CFJ 3084: H. CotC Murphy violated the Power-2 rule 1868 by failing to assign a judge to the above judicial case as soon as possible after it became Open.
CFJ 3083: omd violated Rule 2143 (Official Reports and Duties) by failing to distribute proposals in the week beginning 27th June.
CFJ 3082: scshunt violated Rule 2143 (Official Reports and Duties) by failing to publish the Horton's report in the week beginning 27th June.
CFJ 3081: omd violated Rule 2143 (Official Reports and Duties) by failing to publish the SLR in the week beginning 27th June.
CFJ 3080: omd violated Rule 1504 (Criminal Cases) by failing to destroy or transfer to the L&F Department the 25 Points e was FINED in relation to CFJ 3058 within the time limit.
CFJ 3079: Murphy violated Rule 1504 (Criminal Cases) by failing to destroy or transfer to the L&F Department the 7 Points e was FINED in relation to CFJ 3055 within the time limit.
CFJ 3078: Tanner L. Swett has satisfied the Victory Condition of Anarchy.
CFJ 3077: An action taken with Agoran Consent "depends on objections or notice" as used in Rule 1728.
CFJ 3076: The player with the e-mail address 'geoffspear@gmail.com' (Wooble) is a player.
CFJ 3075: Yally violated Rule 2157 (Judicial Panels) by failing to act to ensure that the judicial panel of scshunt, Yally and Pavitra satisfied its obligations with regards to CFJs 3028a and 3029a.
CFJ 3074: omd violated Rule 1504 (Criminal Cases) by failing to destroy the 13 Points e was FINED in CFJ 3054 within the time limit.
CFJ 3073: scshunt violated Rule 1504 (Criminal Cases) by failing to destroy the 4 Points e was FINED in CFJ 3053 within the time limit.
CFJ 3073a
CFJ 3072: scshunt violated Rule 1504 (Criminal Cases) by failing to destroy the 4 Points e was FINED in CFJ 3052 within the time limit.
CFJ 3072a
CFJ 3071: Proposal 7095 created a rule.
CFJ 3070: The president has been deregistered
CFJ 3069: Arkady English was a player throughout the entire day of 16 July 2011
CFJ 3068: scshunt violated Rule 2143 (Official Reports and Duties) by failing to publish the IADoP's report in the week beginning 27th June.
CFJ 3068a
CFJ 3067: omd violated Rule 2143 (Official Reports and Duties) by failing to publish the contents of the proposal pool in the week beginning 27th June.
CFJ 3066: omd violated Rule 2143 (Official Reports and Duties) by failing to publish the contents of the proposal pool in the week beginning 20th June.
CFJ 3065: Murphy violated Rule 208 by failing to resolve the decisions on whether to adopt proposals 7081-7083 as soon as possible after the end of their voting periods.
CFJ 3064: scshunt has cast two votes endorsing Murphy on Proposal 7086.
CFJ 3063: Rule 2344 contains the text "Murphy CAN cause this rule to make arbitrary rule changes by announcement."
CFJ 3062: One second after the above-quoted message was sent, Tanner L. Swett owned the Promise created in the quoted text.
CFJ 3061: ais523 has more than 50 points.
CFJ 3060: Murphy violated Rule 1868 (Judge Assignment Generally) by failing to assign a judge to the Criminal CFJ "accusing Murphy of failing to publish a CotC report in the week of May 30" within a week of its initiation.
CFJ 3059: omd violated Rule 2143 (Official Reports and Duties) by failing to distribute proposals in the week beginning 20th June.
CFJ 3058: omd violated Rule 2143 (Official Reports and Duties) by failing to publish the SLR in the week beginning 20th June.
CFJ 3057: scshunt violated Rule 2143 (Official Reports and Duties) by failing to publish the Horton's weekly report in the week beginning 20th June.
CFJ 3056: scshunt violated Rule 2143 (Official Reports and Duties) by failing to publish the IADoP's weekly report in the week beginning 20th June.
CFJ 3055: Murphy violated Rule 1868 (Judge Assignment Generally) by failing to assign a judge to the CFJ on "The terms Winning Condition and Victory Condition are synonymous." within a week of its initiation.
CFJ 3054: omd violated Rule 2143 (Official Reports and Duties) by failing to perform a distribution in the week beginning 20th June.
CFJ 3053: scshunt violated Rule 2143 (Official Reports and Duties) by failing to publish the Horton's weekly report in the week beginning 13th June.
CFJ 3052: scshunt violated Rule 2143 (Official Reports and Duties) by failing to publish the IADoP's weekly report in the week beginning 13th June.
CFJ 3051: I called a criminal CFJ in this message, with Ed Murphy as the Accused
CFJ 3050: I called a criminal CFJ in this message
CFJ 3049: Chamber is a switch.
CFJ 3048: Walker has satisfied the Victory Condition of Accumulation.
CFJ 3047: I created a CFJ, other than this one, in this message.
CFJ 3046: (see evidence)
CFJ 3045: Gondolier is a Player.
CFJ 3044: The terms Winning Condition and Victory Condition are synonymous.
CFJ 3043: Tanner L. Swett has voted (endorse Murphy, or if e doesn't vote then AGAINST) on Proposal 7083.
CFJ 3042: Tanner L. Swett has voted (endorse Murphy) on Proposal 7081.
CFJ 3041: Pavitra is a player.
CFJ 3040: Pavitra is a player.
CFJ 3039: Just now, I published the word 'smaller' a total of at least eight times.
CFJ 3038: e^(i*pi) + 1 = 0
CFJ 3037: It is possible to send the American Sign language word for "run" via a public message.
CFJ 3036: Under the ruleset in place during the decision to adopt Proposal 7077, a vote of "FOR" is implicitly treated as "FOR, FOR"
CFJ 3035: At least one vote of "FOR, FOR" on the decision to adopt Proposal 7077 is valid.
CFJ 3034: Rule 2344 was amended in the same message that this case was initiated.
CFJ 3033: Pavitra is a player.
CFJ 3032: Wooble is a candidate in the current Promotor election.
CFJ 3031: Droowl is a player.
CFJ 3030: When enacted, a proposal performs the changes stipulated in its text
CFJ 3029: I violated R2143 by failing to distribute proposals during the week of May 22-28.
CFJ 3029a
CFJ 3028: I violated R2143 by failing to distribute proposals during the week of May 8-14.
CFJ 3028a
CFJ 3027: It is POSSIBLE for the above promise to be cashed.
CFJ 3026: Agora is Satisfied with Wooble's recent intent to register with Agoran Consent.
CFJ 3025: In the message quoted in evidence, ehird did not clearly communicate the performance of any specific action other than publishing the message.
CFJ 3024: If the minimum period for Agoran consent was one day instead of four days, and Wooble's recent intent to register with Agoran consent had received more supporters than objectors, then Wooble would be a player.
CFJ 3023: scshunt has cashed a promise created by omd.
CFJ 3022: scshunt gained points for CFJ 3011.
CFJ 3021: Tanner Swett's most recent ENDORSE vote caused him to vote AGAINST.
CFJ 3020: If Proposal 7045 were enacted, The Speed would exist as a unique thing.
CFJ 3019: There exists exactly one single.
CFJ 3018: In the message quoted in the Evidence whose author was scshunt, the author violated Rule 2205 and/or 2152 by not carefully weighing the implications of failing to explicitly label his arguments and/or evidence
CFJ 3017: In the message quoted, Tanner L. Swett violated a rule.
CFJ 3016: I have over 250 points.
CFJ 3015: I created points more than once in this message.
CFJ 3014: If the promise quoted in evidence with the alleged condition "This promise is not destroyed upon being cashed" was cashed, then it would not be destroyed.
CFJ 3013: Murphy's assignment of judges to the appeal case of this case's decision on sentencing was invalid, because he did not define Max(3, 1+2*R) judges. That is, e did not assign a panel of size undefined.
CFJ 3012: I violated Rule 2158 by failing to assign a judgement to CFJ 2664 ASAP.
CFJ 3011: I can cash a promise made in the same message in which this CFJ was called.
CFJ 3010: An entity poorly qualified to judge a case is necessarily not unqualified to judge that case.
CFJ 3009: An entity poorly qualified to judge a case is necessarily qualified to judge that case.
CFJ 3008: The FLR published on 12 April 2011 is incomplete.
CFJ 3007: Two instances of the same sentence in different contexts are different statements.
CFJ 3006: Notice of Violation 20110420a is valid.
CFJ 3005: A CFJ has been called by Turiski.
CFJ 3004: Yally violated Rule 1504, a Power-2 Rule, by becoming active during eir TIME OUT period.
CFJ 3004a
CFJ 3004b
CFJ 3003: If the Rules state that a person can do Y by "publishing" X, then it's functionally equivalent to saying Y can be done "by announcement" of X.
CFJ 3002: CFJ 2999 exists.
CFJ 3001: G. performed at least one dependent action in the message quoted in evidence.
CFJ 3000: In general, if a purported action by announcement is accompanied by a disclaimer equivalent to "this may be ineffective", without indicating why it may be ineffective, then the action is ineffective due to ambiguity.
CFJ 2998: At least one of the actions in the quoted message succeeded.
CFJ 2997: Under the ruleset proposed by P7015, it is generally possible to cause the Registrar to change the publicity of a forum by cashing a promise.
CFJ 2996: Under the ruleset proposed by P7015, the conditions under which a promise are not destroyed must also be conditions required to be true for the promise to be cashed.
CFJ 2995: Yally is a player.
CFJ 2994: Walker withdrew the proposal that was purportedly distributed with the ID 6996.
CFJ 2993: Florw is a player.
CFJ 2992: I am a player.
CFJ 2991: Quazie is a player.
CFJ 2990: omd has more than 0 points.
CFJ 2989: Wooble has more than 0 points.
CFJ 2988: Walker has more than 0 points.
CFJ 2987: If a player were to win the game, the game would end.
CFJ 2986: There is at least one rule with ID number 1.
CFJ 2985: Yally violated Rule 1504 (a Power 2 Rule) by becoming active during eir timeout period.
CFJ 2984: Yally became Active when he appealed the question on sentencing in CFJ 2982.
CFJ 2983: G. published an invalid NoV in the quoted message.
CFJ 2982: Yally violated R2143, committing the Class 2 crime of Tardiness, by failing to publish the Registrar's report last week.
CFJ 2982a
CFJ 2981: It is generally possible for the Rulekeepor to assign rule ID numbers.
CFJ 2980: ais523 is a player.
CFJ 2980a
CFJ 2979: I register
CFJ 2979a
CFJ 2978: Tanner Swett is a player.
CFJ 2977: MRW and Associates is a second-class person.
CFJ 2976: The President is Rule 2326.
CFJ 2975: Scamster is currently a defined patent title.
CFJ 2974: Viewing the web page http://www.516.ru/ru/ counts as "reading the Vladivostok telephone directory".
CFJ 2973: If I registered in the quoted message, I would currently be District.
CFJ 2972: omd is a player.
CFJ 2971: In general, a conditional attempts to register fail.
CFJ 2970: It is generally possible for Bucky to register by a means of honorable deregistration.
CFJ 2969: Bucky CAN register emself.
CFJ 2968: At the time e most recently purported to do so, it was POSSIBLE for G. to make ehird Quiet.
CFJ 2967: Any statement I make is automatically correct, unless contradicted by a rule with higher precedence than rule 2316.
CFJ 2966: An instrument that generally CAN make announcements generally CAN make changes regulated by rules of equal or lower power, by announcement.
CFJ 2965: An instrument generally CAN make changes regulated by rules of equal or lower power.
CFJ 2964: If a player with exactly 2 ergs remaining attempts to destroy 1 erg in eir own possession via a fee-based action, after the attempt e will possess at least 1 erg.
CFJ 2963: It is legal for a player with exactly 2 ergs remaining to attempt to destroy 1 erg in eir own possession via a fee-based action.
CFJ 2962: A player with exactly 2 ergs remaining CAN destroy 1 erg in eir own possession via a fee-based action.
CFJ 2961: agora-public@googlegroups.com is a Public Forum.
CFJ 2960: Pariah Yally violated the Power-1 Rule 2215 by claiming to award emself a capacitor for judging CFJ 2953, when the message purporting to judge it contained no assignment of a valid judgement to the question on veracity.
CFJ 2959: BobTHJ violated R2143 (Power-1) by failing to complete the Anarchist's weekly duties in the week of August 10-16.
CFJ 2958: The Agoran month of January began at the beginning of 3 January.
CFJ 2957: If the current rebellion fails, omd will gain 1 Rest.
CFJ 2956: For the purposes of the rebellion die roll, omd will count as a Rebel even if eir citizenship at the time is Unregistered.
CFJ 2955: The notation in the Registrar's Report will ensure that, henceforth, all may know omd deregistered in a Writ of FAGE.
CFJ 2954: omd bears the Patent Title Left in a Huff.
CFJ 2953: The procedure described in the first paragraph of Rule 1789 CANNOT be performed while the office of Registrar is vacant.
CFJ 2952: ehird cast at least one vote FOR Proposal 6943.
CFJ 2951: The office of Assessor is vacant.
CFJ 2950: coppro CAN cause any office to become vacant by announcement.
CFJ 2949: The quoted message would have initiated at least one referendum under the ruleset referenced in its body.
CFJ 2948: coppro committed the Class C Crime of Misrepresentation (violating Rule 1497) by presenting as correct the information that e reordered the List of Succession, which is incorrect because the Order of Succession is defined by Rule 786 and immutable.
CFJ 2947: In the message I initiated this CFJ, I also initiated a CFJ with the text "AmarS is a player."
CFJ 2946: The Agoran decision on Proposal 6939 has been resolved.
CFJ 2945: Removing a decision's adoption index does not count as "changing" it for the purpose of Rule 106, and thus cannot be done except by taking precedence over Rule 106.
CFJ 2944: The power of Rule 2324 is 3.
CFJ 2943: The power of Rule 2324 is 2.
CFJ 2942: Wooble is a Player.
CFJ 2941: At the beginning of the first week to begin during a holiday, all ergs will be destroyed due to R2282(a), but none will be created due to R2282(b-d) until 72 hours after the holiday ends.
CFJ 2940: If Agora had no players and no public fora, a person could become a Player by sending a message, clearly labelled as a public message and indicating eir wish to become a player, to the null device on a unix-like machine.
CFJ 2939: This CFJ's interest index is 100.
CFJ 2938: If A single appeal case (submitted to the CotC) had been assigned a panel of three players, none of whom is or was the Justiciar; and each of them opined for a different judgment within the time limit; and did not subsequently change their judgments; and the Justiciar had within the time limit published three Justiciar's Opinions on that case, each indicating one of judgments opined by a panelist; and the Justiciar published no other Justiciar's Opinions on that case; and the identity of the Justiciar remained unchanged throughout the entire hypothetical time period described in this CFJ; then more than four days after the time limit, it would be POSSIBLE for the Clerk of the Courts to act for the panel and deliver a judgment.
CFJ 2936: The voting period of Proposal 6938 has ended.
CFJ 2935: For the purpose of determining the effect of a rule change on an entity as regulated by Rule 1586, "the documents defining an entity" includes (at least) all rules purporting to define that entity before and/or after the rule change.
CFJ 2934: If Proposal 6940 is adopted, it would award the patent title Nice Job Breaking It to G.
CFJ 2933: What, oh what did I do? What did I do, what did I do when I supported a hullabaloo?
CFJ 2932: If Rule 2324 were amended as described in evidence, the adoption index of each existing Agoran decision with an adoption index would remain unchanged.
CFJ 2931: Given the current Ruleset, the Fearmongor is required to perform eir duties once for the week of Dec 27 and once for the week of Jan 3.
CFJ 2930: If the text in the evidence section were added to a Power-1 Rule, it would be the definition of adoption index of decisions for the purposes of higher-powered Rules.
CFJ 2929: For a rule which purports to allow a person to perform an action "without objection", N (as defined by Rule 1728) is implicitly specified by that rule as 1.
CFJ 2929a
CFJ 2928: coppro violated the power-1 Rule 2215 by purporting to distribute a proposal, when e could not distribute the proposal as it was not in the Proposal Pool at the time.
CFJ 2927: An announcement of intent to ratify the future state of a document is not sufficiently clear to satisfy R1728 intent specification.
CFJ 2926: omd violated rule 2202, committing the Class 8 Crime of Endorsing Forgery, by knowingly announcing intent to ratify an incorrect document without objection, without specifying the general nature of the document's error, and when a corrected document could be produced by reasonable effort (e.g. by inserting the word "not").
CFJ 2926a
CFJ 2925: If I call an inquiry case as a doubt on an otherwise undoubted document, then retract the inquiry case, the document remains doubted.
CFJ 2924: Since 202 has not been repealed, the action of Andy Latto to increase his score by 100 points was illegal. Andy Latto is therefore not The New Amazing Speaker, and the game did not end because of Andy Latto's declaring himself to get 100 points.
CFJ 2923: scshunt did not have enough ergs to pay the above quoted fees.
CFJ 2922: ehird is a player.
CFJ 2921: ais523's proposal became distributable upon entering the proposal pool.
CFJ 2920: Upon publication of a valid notice of papal succession, the current Speaker ceases to be Speaker, the pope becomes the new Speaker, and the pope ceases to be a pope.
CFJ 2919: scshunt did not have enough ergs to pay the above quoted fee.
CFJ 2918: scshunt violated Rule 2283, committing the Class-2 Crime of Assaulting the Batteries, by publishing the above quoted message.
CFJ 2918a
CFJ 2917: Yally took an action in the quoted message.
CFJ 2916: Wooble is a player.
CFJ 2915: Wooble violated Rule 2230, committing the Class-4 Crime of Libel, by publishing an NoV alleging that I published a Claim of Error regarding the previous week's ATC report, despite information to the contrary being readily available and therefore knowing that I did not.
CFJ 2914: Wooble violated Rule 2230, committing the Class-4 Crime of Libel, by publishing an NoV alleging that I failed to publish the ATC's report last week, despite evidence to the contrary being readily available and therefore knowing that I did.
CFJ 2913: The Herald's report of 29 November correctly listed Wooble at position 14 on the List of Succession.
CFJ 2912: The Registrar's report of 29 November correctly listed Wooble as a non-Senator Player.
CFJ 2911: For the purpose of ratification, a "portion" of a document is limited to the type of information specified by the rules, and does not extend to other information solely due to its physical proximity to the specified information.
CFJ 2910: Wooble violated the Power-1 Rule 2215 in eir "Registrar's Census" of 22 November by making the public statements that (a) that document was the Registrar's Census and (b) e was a player.
CFJ 2909: Wooble is the judge of CFJ 2908.
CFJ 2908: There is a proposal in the Proposal Pool with the text "Repeal Rule 217."
CFJ 2907: When a player becomes speaker due to rebellion [R2270(b)(ii)], it is considered a Crowning.
CFJ 2906: It would be illegal for me to publish a public message consisting only of the following text: "I publish the following Notice of Violation: ais523 violated/is currently violating the power-2 rule 2230, committing the Class-4 Crime of Libel, by publishing this NoV.".
CFJ 2905: The document referred to above would be a group if 3 players consent to it.
CFJ 2904: The document referred to above is a group.
CFJ 2903: pikhq is a player.
CFJ 2902: If the Registrar's report should, by the rules, have included that Tiger became Inactive on 2 May, 2010, then Wooble would be able to resort to the defense of reasonable error in a criminal CFJ over that rules violation.
CFJ 2901: This week, I paid a fee to destroy one of scshunt's rests.
CFJ 2900: The Registrar's most recent report should have included that Tiger became Inactive on 2 May, 2010, as the Registrar is required to include in eir report "when each Inactive player became Inactive."
CFJ 2899: Hillary Rodham Clinton has a prop.
CFJ 2898: If Yally was not the Crown Prince at the time e made the announcement quoted in Evidence, eir attempted action did not occur.
CFJ 2897: ehird was a Rebel in the most recent Rebellion.
CFJ 2896: The Promotor SHALL distribute a proposal titled 'People are People' within four days.
CFJ 2895: G. violated the Power-1 Rule 2224 by making proposals disinterested as quoted in the evidence section.
CFJ 2895a
CFJ 2894: ais523 violated Rule 2215 in eir ruling on CFJ 2892, by saying that "the statement is true" while simultaneously admitting it is impossible to reasonably believe it is true.
CFJ 2893: The above-quoted proposal was submitted as part of Fearmongor duties.
CFJ 2892: Due to Rule 2215, it is illegal for any current player who has read Rule 2215 to make an unqualified public statement that is identical to this statement.
CFJ 2891: Warrigal violated committed the Class-2 Crime of Restricted Behavior by violating rule 2125, because rule 1006 states that an officer may be referred to by the name of that office, and Warrigal violated the rules by being referred to by the name of Herald whilst not holding that office.
CFJ 2890: It is generally POSSIBLE for me to make a proposal Undistributable for a fee.
CFJ 2890a
CFJ 2889: Declaring one's intent to perform a dependent action is, in itself, an action.
CFJ 2888: Tiger moved at least one position on the List of Succession as a result of the quoted message.
CFJ 2887: I won the game today.
CFJ 2886: In the message quoted in evidence, Tanner L. Swett gained at least one erg.
CFJ 2885: I am the Contestmaster.
CFJ 2884: Bucky CAN register by announcement
CFJ 2883: The second NoV quoted below is not valid
CFJ 2882: The Herald's obligated action of selecting and announcing a random integer is a single game action.
CFJ 2881: The quoted NoV is valid.
CFJ 2880: ehird can make emself the holder of IADoP by announcement
CFJ 2879: ehird can make emself the holder of IADoP by announcement
CFJ 2878: Due to Rule 2215, it would be illegal for me to make an unqualified public statement that is identical to this statement.
CFJ 2877: The Registrar's report published on or about Mon, 4 Oct 2010 09:22:29 -0400 is incorrect because Ienpw III is a player.
CFJ 2876: In the message quoted in evidence, omd initiated an appeal case.
CFJ 2875: Ienpw III is a player.
CFJ 2874: At some time in the past, Keba was the Speaker
CFJ 2873: The message quoted in evidence is sufficiently unambiguous and clear to qualify as an intent to perform at least one specific dependent action.
CFJ 2872: Taral has objected to one or more of omd's intended actions in the quoted message.
CFJ 2871: There is a rule with ID number 2307
CFJ 2871a
CFJ 2870: Warrigal (the Pariah) violated the Power-2 rule 2143 by publishing information that was misleading, via failing to mention that the given Distributability for Distributed Proposal 6830 was potentially, or even probably, wrong.
CFJ 2869: I CAN publish an effective judicial declaration due to being judge of CFJ 1273.
CFJ 2868: In the quoted message, Wooble published one or more judicial declarations.
CFJ 2867: In the message in which I initiated this CFJ, I won by Clout.
CFJ 2867a
CFJ 2866: Keba violated Rule 2143 and committed the Class-2 Crime of Tardiness by failing to publish the List of Succession in the week beginning on September 6 of this year.
CFJ 2865: A document purporting to be a judicial declaration is only a judicial declaration if made by a judge who is explicitly required to make one.
CFJ 2864: The Pariah violated Power-1 Rule 2143 by inaccurately listing this proposal in eir Proposal Pool report.
CFJ 2862: The Pariah violated Power-1 Rule 2215 by making a statement which e could not reasonably believe (with any kind of certainty) to be true, as, by eir own admission, e didn't check whether the violation actually occurred.
CFJ 2861: The message quoted in the evidence section caused the office of Referee to become Postulated.
CFJ 2860: omd violated the power-3 rule 2201 by making an inappropriate Claim of Error, because the nature of the doubt is a matter of legal interpretation rather than of fact.
CFJ 2859: "Distributed Proposal 6830" refers to an undistributed proposal.
CFJ 2859a
CFJ 2858: Wooble has a violet ribbon.
CFJ 2857: Tiger is a pope.
CFJ 2857a
CFJ 2856: A proposal adopted at AI-1.7 CAN create a leadership token in a person's possession without amending a rule.
CFJ 2855: A proposal adopted at AI-1 CAN create a leadership token in a person's possession without amending a rule.
CFJ 2854: A decision to adopt the proposal "voter defaults" exists.
CFJ 2853: ais523 committed the Class-1 Crime of Tardiness by breaking rule 2143 by failing to publish a Referee's Report last week.
CFJ 2852: G. cast 7 valid ballots on the decision to adopt proposal 6830.
CFJ 2851: coppro violated rule 2170 (power 3) by changing eir nickname to "The Robot", a confusing nickname.
CFJ 2851a
CFJ 2850: G. has joined the Space Alert contest.
CFJ 2849: The Rule enacted by Proposal 6808 refers to coppro when it speaks of "The Robot".
CFJ 2848: coppro's name, for the purposes of Agoran Rules, was "The Robot" at the time Proposal 6808 took effect.
CFJ 2847: According to the current ruleset, "Robot" is a common-language descriptor, not a name.
CFJ 2846: I can cause the Rule enacted by Distributed Proposal 6808 to amend a rule.
CFJ 2845: I have CFJed on this exact statement, except with 'City' and 'United' exchanged.
CFJ 2844: I have CFJed on this exact statement, except with 'United' and 'City' exchanged.
CFJ 2843: The Robot refers to coppro
CFJ 2842: Murphy violated Power-1 Rule 2143 by failing to publish an ATC's report in the week starting August 2.
CFJ 2841: Warrigal violated Power-1 Rule 2215 by publicly stating that e perceives that a message by Alex Smith was not sent by em without any explanation.
CFJ 2840: A player's nickname is eir name.
CFJ 2839: In the section of Rule 106 quoted in caller's evidence, "permit" should be interpreted as referring to possibility and not legality.
CFJ 2838: In the hypothetical situation described in caller's evidence, the final attempted act would fail.
CFJ 2837: On or about 00:00 August 19, Wooble was awarded a Leadership Token due to the shuttle being destroyed.
CFJ 2836: Wooble has a White Ribbon.
CFJ 2835: CFJ 2830a has been judged.
CFJ 2834: If I publish a message stating "I vote FOR on all Agoran Decisions in their voting period" but do not further reference any particular group of decisions, I have legally acknowledged the existence of all Decisions in their voting period.
CFJ 2833: If I publish a message stating "I vote FOR on all Agoran Decisions in their voting period" but do not further reference any particular group of decisions, I have "clearly identified" the matter to be decided for all Decisions in their voting period, for the purposes of R683(b).
CFJ 2832: There is a Journey in place.
CFJ 2831: comex violated the Power-1 Rule 2215 (Truthines) by publishing a statement alleging that e awarded emself a Platinum Ribbon when e CANNOT do so.
CFJ 2830: comex violated the Power-1 Rule 2215 (Truthiness) by publishing a statement alleging that e awarded emself a White Ribbon when e CANNOT do so.
CFJ 2830a
CFJ 2829: comex has a Leadership Token.
CFJ 2828: It is POSSIBLE for the CotC to assign a judge to a CFJ, other than this one, which has exactly this statement
CFJ 2827: comex has created five threats
CFJ 2826: Tiger is the Ship Computer.
CFJ 2825: A player awarding emself a capacitor as defined by Rule 2289, counts as an erg transaction as defined by Rule 2282.
CFJ 2824: If Proposal 6740 had been AI-3 and been adopted and taken effect at power-3, it would have awarded a win to one or more players.
CFJ 2823: Proposal 6740 awarded a win to one or more players.
CFJ 2822: As a result of the quoted win announcement, comex satisfied the Winning Condition of Legislation
CFJ 2822a
CFJ 2821: As a result of the above win announcement, a person other than comex satisfied the Winning Condition of Legislation.
CFJ 2821a
CFJ 2820: Lower Deck is adjacent to Bridge.
CFJ 2819: comex has a Leadership Token.
CFJ 2818: Yally is a candidate for Ship Computor.
CFJ 2817: P1 has a Patent Title
CFJ 2816: In the above-quoted message, coppro submitted a CFJ.
CFJ 2815: In the above-quoted message, coppro purported a document to be part of an official report.
CFJ 2815a
CFJ 2814: A Captain, as defined by Rule 2287, has no fewer than 11 ergs created in eir possession at the start of each week.
CFJ 2813: I can, without objection, ratify the document that I purported above to be part of an official report
CFJ 2812: In Proposal 6740, "Award a win to player..." should be interpreted as "Award a win to each player..."
CFJ 2811: Warrigal is a Player.
CFJ 2810: The Enemy has a weekly report.
CFJ 2809: Proposal 6745 is a proposal awarding a win to one or more persons.
CFJ 2809a
CFJ 2808: Proposal 6740 awarded a win to one or more players.
CFJ 2807: I registered in the quoted message
CFJ 2806: In this message, I submitted a Fragment
CFJ 2805: Tiger created a Fragment in the above-quoted message.
CFJ 2805a
CFJ 2804: On or about June 10, 2010, Wooble successfully intended to deregister multiple players.
CFJ 2803: coppro violated R2201 by not responding to a "claim of error" concerning a proposal being distributed with an incorrect chamber.
CFJ 2802: If Wooble had been Red when e attempted to vote on the decision whether to adopt Proposal 6727, then eir vote would have been ineffective as of the end of the voting period.
CFJ 2801: Andon is the Speaker.
CFJ 2800: G. made two fee-based attempts to make proposal 6724 democratic.
CFJ 2799: G. has published a Granulator's report containing the Fragment submitted by comex on or about 4 May 2010.
CFJ 2798: If the proposal entitled "Reassign the name" passed, but a Rule with Power > 1.7 contained the text "REASSIGN", it would successfully amend Rule 911.
CFJ 2797: If the proposal entitled "Reassign the name" passed, it would successfully null-amend a Rule with Power > 1.7.
CFJ 2796: If the proposal entitled "Reassign the name" had AI 3 and passed, the Rulekeepor would be required to record a historical annotation to each rule.
CFJ 2795: "Ministers" in Rule 2270 includes the Majority Leader (if any).
CFJ 2794: "Ministers" in Rule 2270 includes the Minister without Portfolio (if any).
CFJ 2793: The message quoted in evidence began a coup.
CFJ 2792: Earlier today, comex withdrew a Proposal that would enact a power-4 Rule. If that Rule were to actually get enacted, notwithstanding that it is probably IMPOSSIBLE for that to happen, would it repeal itself immediately?
CFJ 2791: Rule 101 is greater than rule 2029
CFJ 2790: Wooble is a player.
CFJ 2789: I am obligated to judge CFJ 2785 within the next week
CFJ 2788: I CAN judge CFJ 2785
CFJ 2787: I am the judge of CFJ 2785
CFJ 2786: /dev/null (formerly an Agoran contract) is an entity
CFJ 2785: This is a CFJ
CFJ 2784: Murphy violated Rule 2168 (Power 1) by failing to issue a humiliating public reminder that Proposal 6686 was failing quorum.
CFJ 2783: The Office of Speaker is vacant.
CFJ 2782: The players who won due to Proposal 6685 did so in the order they were awarded Champion by Herald comex.
CFJ 2781: The message sent at 2010-04-01T23:58Z, containing "I deregister.", was authored by Wooble.
CFJ 2780: Wooble is a Player.
CFJ 2779: On or about 22-Mar 2010, CFJ 2777 was assigned to G.
CFJ 2778: coppro has voted on the decision to adopt Proposal 6686.
CFJ 2777: I did it.
CFJ 2776: Yally violated Rule 2143, a 1-power Rule, by publishing inaccurate information in eir most recent Registrar's report, namely that Warrigal was an inactive player.
CFJ 2775: Next Tuesday, U.S. Eastern time, a player will exist whose nickname is 'Warrigal'
CFJ 2774: A player exists whose nickname is 'uorygl on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays U.S. Eastern time'
CFJ 2773: Wooble is a player.
CFJ 2772: The IBA is a player
CFJ 2771: When a proposal to create a new rule takes effect, two new rules are created.
CFJ 2770: Murphy satisfies the Winning Condition of Renaissance.
CFJ 2770a
CFJ 2769: The IBA is a player.
CFJ 2769a
CFJ 2768: The IBA is a person.
CFJ 2768a
CFJ 2767: My Title is Purple
CFJ 2766: Proposal 6632 successfully amended Rule 2282.
CFJ 2765: coppro violated Rule 1922, a power-1 Rule, by failing to award me the Patent Title Three Months Long Service as soon as possible after I had continuously held the office for three months.
CFJ 2765a
CFJ 2764: If the election for IADoP were resolved right now, ais523's conditional vote would resolve to an endorsement of myself.
CFJ 2763: In an AI 4 proposal, "Change gamestate value X from 'Y' to 'Z'" has the same meaning as "If gamestate value X is currently 'Y', change it to 'Z'".
CFJ 2762: If the above proposal were to pass, the title of Rule 2284 would change to "Fee-based Actions".
CFJ 2761: comex (c.) violated the power 3 Rule 101 by infringing the several rights of the collective Citizens United, when e caused them to cease to be persons.
CFJ 2760: Murphy CAN award me at least 20 x-points.
CFJ 2759: Murphy violated the 1-power Rule 2168 by failing to issue a publicly humiliating message to slackers re Proposal 6604's voting period being extended.
CFJ 2758: c. violated Rule 2143 and committed the Class-3 Crime of Tardiness by failing to publish a Notary's monthly report last month.
CFJ 2757: c. violated Rule 2143 and committed the Class-3 Crime of Tardiness by failing to publish a Notary's weekly report last week.
CFJ 2756: Voting limits on an Agoran decision are measured when it is resolved, rather than when its voting period ends.
CFJ 2755: An Agoran decision for which the voting period has ended, but the decision has not yet been resolved, is ongoing.
CFJ 2754: Walker is currently (at the time of the calling of this CFJ) a player.
CFJ 2753: If adopted, the effects of "Library of Senate" would be canceled by R1698 (Agora Is a Nomic).
CFJ 2752: It is POSSIBLE to make a rule change to Rule 104 in a four-week period.
CFJ 2751: G.'s voting limit on the current decision to award coppro a thesis is 15.
CFJ 2750: If the Chief Whip announced that 2 + 2 = 5, it would be legal to publicly agree.
CFJ 2749: If the Admiral of the Navy initiated a coup right now, and purported to give the CotC the Justiciar card when e Formed the Government, eir coup would be a chicken coup.
CFJ 2748: Murphy, by failing to publish a CotC report in the week beginning 2009-11-09, violated Rule 2143 and committed the Class-3 Crime of Tardiness.
CFJ 2747: If an active player were awarded 5 instances of Champion right now, e would be Speaker.
CFJ 2746: A player can appear more than once on the List of Succession.
CFJ 2745: Wooble is on the List of Succession.
CFJ 2744: In the hypothetical situation described in evidence, player 3 CAN transfer at least one Dunce Cap on December 11, 2009.
CFJ 2743: In the hypothetical situation described in evidence, player 2 CAN transfer at least one Dunce Cap on December 11, 2009.
CFJ 2742: In the hypothetical situation described in evidence, player 1 CAN transfer at least two Dunce Caps on December 11, 2009.
CFJ 2741: In the hypothetical situation described in evidence, player 1 CAN transfer at least one Dunce Cap on December 11, 2009.
CFJ 2740: It is POSSIBLE to assign a judgment of UNDETERMINED to this CFJ.
CFJ 2739: Taral has earned a white ribbon.
CFJ 2739a
CFJ 2738: If it were ADOPTED right now, the Citrine Fix proposal would amend a rule.
CFJ 2737: G. has cast an infinite number of votes on proposal 6581.
CFJ 2736: ais523 has initiated a CFJ on the statement 'This is a CFJ.' within the past 24 hours.
CFJ 2736a
CFJ 2735: This is a CFJ.
CFJ 2734: Publishing exactly one report that is not in plain text is the Class 2 Crime of Making My Eyes Bleed.
CFJ 2733: The decision on whether to adopt the proposal Pragmatize Strict Ordering has been initiated.
CFJ 2732: BobTHJ abused eir position as Secretary of Agriculture to award emself points and grant emself a victory when others were awaiting eir actions and report - myself in particular, waiting on a rather large sum of points to be awarded to myself.
CFJ 2731: the decision on whether to adopt the proposal Pragmatize Strict Ordering has been initiated.
CFJ 2730: c. violated Rule 2253 (Power-2) by creating the card Presto! in eir possession.
CFJ 2729: The Assumption of the Registrar is Postulated.
CFJ 2728: G. has opined REASSIGN on CFJ 2696a.
CFJ 2728a
CFJ 2727: On or around Sat, Oct 24 2009 01:20 BobTHJ destroyed a total of 26 rests in eir possession.
CFJ 2726: On or around Sat, Oct 24 2009 01:20 BobTHJ destroyed 24 rests in eir possession.
CFJ 2725: ais523 acted on behalf of Murphy to publish a message resolving the Agoran Decision on whether to adopt proposal 6514, as quoted in evidence.
CFJ 2724: If it is determined that ais523 cannot act on behalf of Murphy to resolve the Agoran decision to adopt 6514, ais523's message purporting to do so is self-ratifying.
CFJ 2723: BobTHJ violated Rule 2230, a Power-2 Rule, by failing to announce publicly the validity of the NoV identified as #9 in eir reports.
CFJ 2722: BobTHJ violated Rule 2230, a Power-2 Rule, by failing to announce publicly the validity of the NoV identified as #5 in eir reports.
CFJ 2721: BobTHJ violated Rule 2230, a Power-2 Rule, by failing to announce publicly the validity of the NoV identified as #1 in eir reports.
CFJ 2720: Wooble is the Admiral of the Navy.
CFJ 2719: If judged to be UNDECIDABLE, the CFJ initiated in the quoted text would be a tortoise.
CFJ 2718: At no point in time between the moment this CFJ is assigned to a judge, and the next moment at which either rule 2215 is repealed, amended, or otherwise fails to be enforceable with its current meaning, will it be legal for the judge of this CFJ to publically make an undisclaimed statement with the same meaning as this one (i.e. replacing 'the judge of this CFJ' with the actual judge, etc.).
CFJ 2717: On or around Wed, 07 Oct 2009 20:37 the office of Grand Poobah successfully audited ais523.
CFJ 2716: "Break the Presto Picking Loop" is Distributable.
CFJ 2715: I am party to the Livenomic Partnership contract.
CFJ 2714: If a criminal case based on the NOV noted in evidence were judged GUILTY / SILENCE, it would create at least one Rest in Wooble's possession.
CFJ 2713: If a criminal case based on the NOV noted in evidence were judged GUILTY / SILENCE, it would create at least one Rest in coppro's possession.
CFJ 2712: If a criminal case based on the NOV noted in evidence were judged GUILTY / SILENCE, it would create at least one Rest.
CFJ 2711: A Government was Formed on September 1.
CFJ 2710: coppro violated the power-2 Rule 1742 by failing to ensure that ə fulfilled all its obligations, specifically the obligation to assign a judgment to CFJ 2700.
CFJ 2709: Wooble violated the power-2 Rule 1742 by failing to ensure that ə fulfilled all its obligations, specifically the obligation to assign a judgment to CFJ 2700.
CFJ 2708: The Short Logical Ruleset is neither short nor logical.
CFJ 2707: It is LEGAL to methodically spam the email accounts of former players.
CFJ 2706: A player that "hard deregisters" (totally dissociating themselves from the game with eir R101(vii) right, as opposed to the action of deregistering) is a person.
CFJ 2705: If Pavitra were to deregister now, explicitly invoking eir R101(vii) right, the only appropriate judgement in a criminal CFJ against em for violating the Power-2 R1742 by violating Acid Test by deregistering would be GUILTY/DISCHARGE.
CFJ 2704: Darth Cliche (Kenner Gordon) registered yesterday.
CFJ 2703: I is a player.
CFJ 2702: On or about Sept 20, 2009 22:51 (UTC) ais523 terminated Contract B.
CFJ 2701: The LNP is a player
CFJ 2700: ais523 has amended the Fantasy Rules Contest contract within the past 24 hours.
CFJ 2699: Murphy was audited today
CFJ 2698: If a player had a reasonable opportunity to review a change, then that player had notice of the change.
CFJ 2697: Intending to perform a change in a public forum, then waiting 4 days, is sufficient to give players a reasonable opportunity to review the change, for the purpose of rule 101(iv).
CFJ 2696: ais523 successfully amended Points Party in the message quoted in evidence.
CFJ 2696a
CFJ 2695: c. awarded emself 70 x-points via the Contract B contest.
CFJ 2694: If the Chief Whip has caste 1 and 0 rests, then e CAN cast a second valid vote on an ordinary proposal.
CFJ 2693: If G.'s possible registration in the above message were successful, then G. would now be a party to the Fantasy Rules Contest.
CFJ 2692: G. is a player.
CFJ 2690: ais523 intended to amend The Cookie Jar to become a mousetrap, and claims to be able to go through with the amendment despite objections.
CFJ 2689: The most recent Scorekeepor's report was correct in reporting that BobTHJ revoked 3 points from ais523.
CFJ 2689a
CFJ 2687: Murphy awarded at least one point on or about Tue, 15 Sep 2009 01:19:56 -0700.
CFJ 2686: Murphy awarded at least one point in the message in which this case was initiated.
CFJ 2685: I favoured a CFJ by Murphy with the statement 'It is legal to announce that CFJ 2670 was appealed.'
CFJ 2684: BobTHJ violated Rule 2143, a Power 1 Rule, by publishing an Anarchist's report on the 10th of September, 2009 claiming that C-walker does not own any cards from the Deck of Change.
CFJ 2683: Murphy violated R208, a 3-power Rule, by failing to resolve the Agoran Decision to adopt proposal 6473 as soon as possible after the voting period ended.
CFJ 2682: It is POSSIBLE to increase a player's voting limit on an ordinary decision by playing a Roll Call card.
CFJ 2681: BoBTHJ violated Rule 911 (Power-1.7) by failing to publish an opinion on CFJ 2670a ASAP after a panel containing em was assigned.
CFJ 2680: It is legal to announce that CFJ 2670 was appealed.
CFJ 2679: ais523 owns a Dunce Cap card
CFJ 2679a
CFJ 2678: The proposals FRC Recognition and No Vacancy v.2 are both Distributable.
CFJ 2678a
CFJ 2677: The cards named in the above message were destroyed due to C-walker's self-auditing.
CFJ 2676: It is POSSIBLE to CoE on the identity of a message posted by the PerlNomic Partnership since 6pm today.
CFJ 2675: The Livenomic Partnership is a player.
CFJ 2674: BobTHJ violated Rule 2143, committing the Class-N Crime of Tardiness (with N=1) by failing to publish a Herald's report in the week prior to the one in which this message is published.
CFJ 2674a
CFJ 2674b
CFJ 2673: BobTHJ violated Rule 2143 and committed the Class-N (N=2) Crime of Tardiness by failing to pick one or more rules and submit proposals to repeal each of those rules in the week of August 17-23.
CFJ 2672: CFJ 2654 exists.
CFJ 2671: comex violated R1504, committing the Class-3 Crime of Failure to Apologise, by failing to publish eir apology as soon as possible after the judgement for CFJ 2550 was delivered.
CFJ 2670: Agora can be Satisfied with an intent to perform a dependent action With 2 Support (that does not also specify being performed With Notice).
CFJ 2669: The Grand Poobah is the dealer of the Deck of Government.
CFJ 2668: If I resolved the first quoted intent, a player who had given notice both 6 and 60 days previously would be able to join ə.
CFJ 2667: I have at least 1 zm
CFJ 2666: This is to decide.
CFJ 2665: coppro violated power=2 rule R2259 by deputizing for the Anarchist to deal emself cards before hand limits had been enforced for the month.
CFJ 2664: The Ambassador has a weekly report
CFJ 2663: When a Rule is repealed, it continues to exist as a non-Rule instrument.
CFJ 2662: When a judge with judicial rank 1 has eir judgement overruled on appeal, then it is decreased by 1 and e CANNOT increase it for 30 days afterward.
CFJ 2661: No Call for Judgement before this one has had the same statement as this one.
CFJ 2660: The pledge quoted in evidence terminated when coppro performed the card transfers described by it.
CFJ 2659: "Viva la fuente!" is a Flag Candidate.
CFJ 2658: Rule 2105 (The Map of Agora) is a Flag Candidate.
CFJ 2657: Rule 2265 (Placeholder Arms), paragraph 2, sentence 1 should be interpreted as "...a [possibly hypothetical] Power-1 rule...".
CFJ 2656: coppro's destruction of Wooble's Lobbyist and Debate-o-Matic cards in the quoted message was LEGAL
CFJ 2656a
CFJ 2655: I am owed a draw from the Government deck.
CFJ 2655a
CFJ 2653: coppro broke Rule 2253 (power-2) by creating the second in a set of Local Election Cards in a way not explicitly permitted by the rules.
CFJ 2652: coppro broke Rule 2253 (power-2) by creating the first in a set of Local Election Cards in a way not explicitly permitted by the rules.
CFJ 2651: If I don't receive 15 objections, it will be POSSIBLE for me to indirectly cause a Rule Change using Contract A.
CFJ 2650: I CAN destroy The Pier by announcement.
CFJ 2649: Warrigal is owed the patent Title Champion.
CFJ 2648: BobTHJ has a Cyan ribbon
CFJ 2647: There is exactly one possible text and title for a valid Flag Candidate.
CFJ 2646: On or about Mon, 03 Aug 2009 19:15 a person with the e-mail address of yd17.agora@gmail.com registered.
CFJ 2645: G. published a monthly Herald's report on Aug 3, 2009 thus satisfying the Herald's requirement to publish a monthly report in August.
CFJ 2644: The owner of a Local Election card CAN play it, causing it to be destroyed.
CFJ 2643: It is generally POSSIBLE, if allowed by Rule 2264, to act on behalf of a player to deregister by announcement.
CFJ 2642: It is generally POSSIBLE, if allowed by Rule 2264, to act on behalf of a player to deregister.
CFJ 2641: BobTHJ violated R2143, a Power-1 rule, by publishing an Insulator's report with incorrect information on 23 July by means of claiming that C-walker had 0 rests.
CFJ 2640: BobTHJ CAN cast more than 2 valid votes on Proposal 6413.
CFJ 2639: Quazie is active.
CFJ 2638: BobTHJ's voting limit on proposal 6413 is 2.
CFJ 2637: Sending a public message is equivalent to acting on behalf of onself (in the absence of an attempt to act on behalf of someone else), and is thus restricted by the rule "Acting on Behalf".
CFJ 2636: - The IBA does not have a functioning offer system as it cannot platonically act on behalf of a player. - The Rates of assets have not been kept updated. - The President has not recently published a report.
CFJ 2635: The Promotor is a high-priority office.
CFJ 2634: comex is the Executor of this message.
CFJ 2633: The Can exists.
CFJ 2632: The Conductor CAN publish a self-ratifying report.
CFJ 2631: Rule 2254 has power 2.
CFJ 2631a
CFJ 2630: There is an election for Janitor in its nomination period.
CFJ 2629: My judicial rank is 42.
CFJ 2628: My judicial rank is 4.
CFJ 2627: C-walker violated the Power 1 Rule 2215 by making the above statement while not reasonably believing the cited private contract existed, and thus not reasonably believing e could cause Lynn Shawcroft to register.
CFJ 2626: Earlier today I nkeplwgplxgioyzjvtxjnncsqscvntlbdqromyeyvlhkjgteaqnn eqgujjpwcbyfrpueoydjjked.
CFJ 2625: Earlier today I retracted my vote on proposal 6397.
CFJ 2624: If the Grand Poobah does not do a caste rotation within the first week of July, and I do not make any further intents to deputise until I attempt to deputise, I CAN deputise for em after the first week of July ends.
CFJ 2623: comex - who (dubiously) counts as the CotC when performing Justiciar duties - rotated the bench without intending to mislead others as to the pointless conceptual games indulged in by mistake; furthermore, there hasn't been, to my knowledge, a case of two appeals panels trying said action - apparently an experiment - beforehand. Indeed, I cannot even find any record of em *asking* one to do so!
CFJ 2622: If a judicial case is submitted to and accepted by the Justiciar, then the CotC CAN change its Interest Index without 3 objections.
CFJ 2622a
CFJ 2621: I have a Magenta Ribbon.
CFJ 2620: 2.71828183... violated R2170, a Power-3 rule, by choosing the confusing nickname "e" as a short form.
CFJ 2619: Wooble is party to at least one private contract containing the word "inferences".
CFJ 2618: ais523 is party to at least one private contract containing the word "inferences".
CFJ 2617: 1 + 1 = 2
CFJ 2616: Mojo's Disclosure has been flipped.
CFJ 2615: Goethe is the current Grand Poobah
CFJ 2614: If the Janitor submits an interested proposal and claims it to be a part of eir weekly duties, then it becomes Distributable upon entering the Proposal Pool.
CFJ 2613: The Speaker CAN publish an Honors List.
CFJ 2612: On 29 February 2004, root called for (or attempted to call for) the appeal of the judgement of CFJ 1492.
CFJ 2611: The Grid's Disclosure has been flipped.
CFJ 2610: The PerlNomic Partnership was an eligible voter in the recent Grand Poobah election.
CFJ 2610a
CFJ 2609: Quazie MAY join Edge Case.
CFJ 2608: Pavitra MAY leave Edge Case.
CFJ 2607: Taral is sitting.
CFJ 2606: I accidentally published the list of what contracts are what and the contract provides no suitable remedy to ensure the integrity of the game.
CFJ 2605: Bdi ta Askatasuna joined Warrigal's unnamed contract.
CFJ 2604: Rodlen and Rolden are different players.
CFJ 2603: Quazie is a caller of this CFJ
CFJ 2602: OscarMeyr is a caller of this CFJ
CFJ 2601: Human Point Two is the caller of this CFJ
CFJ 2600: In the above-quoted message, coppro went on hold
CFJ 2599: Before immibis decided to no longer agree to 'that agreement', ais523 could act on behalf of immibis to cause em to register.
CFJ 2598: ais523 CAN act on behalf of immibis to cause em to register.
CFJ 2597: For the next second, I continuously CFJ on this statement.
CFJ 2596: I can deregister Tiger Jr.
CFJ 2595: Tiger Jr. is a player.
CFJ 2594: The proposal entitled It's the Thought That Counts, if adopted, would successfully cause the second Rule Change described in its text.
CFJ 2593: The proposal entitled It's the Thought That Counts, if adopted, would successfully cause the first Rule Change described in its text.
CFJ 2592: The declaration of a Skunk is part of a specific Win by High Score's cleanup procedure, and does not affect any other Win by High Score's cleanup procedure simultaneously in progress.
CFJ 2591: I cast a valid vote in the recent Promotor election.
CFJ 2590: It would be legal for for the IADoP to submit eir report with the date the report is being submitted, not the date eir previous report was submitted.
CFJ 2589: Taral violated the Power=4 Rule 2029 by failing to Dance a Powerful Dance.
CFJ 2588: CFJ 2543 is a tortoise.
CFJ 2587: CFJ 2543 is a tortoise.
CFJ 2586: Myndzi is a player.
CFJ 2586a
CFJ 2585: It is ILLEGAL for me to vote for Quazie in the ongoing Janitor election.
CFJ 2584: Murphy cast two votes in the recent Anarchist election.
CFJ 2584a
CFJ 2583: G. made a pledge in the above-quoted message.
CFJ 2582: A Powerful Dance is an instrument.
CFJ 2582a
CFJ 2581: Intents to perform multiple dependent actions were announced in the first message in the Evidence section, and each intent was resolved and made each Proposal in the Proposal Pool (at the time of resolution) distributable.
CFJ 2580: On or about Thu, 11 Jun 2009 11:02:15 -0700, Rodlen initiated an inquiry case on the statement "What is forced by rule 2029 to Dance a Powerful Dance?".
CFJ 2579: An election for the office of Anarchist was initiated on June 11, 2009.
CFJ 2578: A proposal was added to the Pool as a result of Tiger publishing the above-quoted message.
CFJ 2577: Sgeo has cast an unconditional vote on the Decision to adopt Proposal 6345
CFJ 2576: Rolden has published a message.
CFJ 2575: The recent Scorekeepor's report included Rodlen's score.
CFJ 2574: In the above-quoted message, comex attempted to flip eir key to Gravity Circumference Line Deja Vu Cardboard Duck e^(-kt).
CFJ 2574a
CFJ 2573: I am the same person who held the office of IADoP for 12 months.
CFJ 2572: You May Call Me Big Fucking Edward violated the Power 2 Rule 2158 by failing to assign a judgement to CFJ 2537 as soon as possible after it was assigned to em.
CFJ 2571: If the proposal called Newbie Friendly passes, and someone called Joe wished to register, if they said "JOE IZ HARE", that would be enough to register in Agora.
CFJ 2570: C-walker recently submitted a proposal containing the 'word' 'registeredcontinuously'.
CFJ 2569: The first game of Agora lasted 100 years.
CFJ 2568: Luke Lockhart is a player.
CFJ 2566: Pavitra owns at least 1 crop.
CFJ 2565: I was a player before the seventh sentence in this message.
CFJ 2564: I was a player before the sixth sentence in this message.
CFJ 2563: I was a player before the fifth sentence in this message.
CFJ 2562: I was a player before the fourth sentence in this message.
CFJ 2561: I was a player before the third sentence in this message.
CFJ 2560: I can initiate an equity case regarding Test Subject 2.
CFJ 2559: Test Subject is Yellow.
CFJ 2558: Test Subject is Green.
CFJ 2557: Swine flu counts as pigs flying.
CFJ 2557a
CFJ 2556: A pledge I created that included the text 'pigs fly' has been terminated
CFJ 2556a
CFJ 2556b
CFJ 2555: Rule 105 is the only instrument that can be used to create, modify, or destroy rules.
CFJ 2554: Rule 2029 consists of two sentences.
CFJ 2553: My nomination for Cleck of the Courts has been accepted
CFJ 2553a
CFJ 2553b
CFJ 2552: Canada bears the Patent Title Minister Without Portfolio.
CFJ 2551: OscarMeyr violated Rule 2019, a power-2 rule, by failing to assign prerogatives in a timely fashion before the beginning of the month of June.
CFJ 2550: comex violated R1504, committing the Class-3 Crime of Failure To Apologize, by failing to publish eir apology as soon as possible after the judgment for CFJ 2531 was delivered.
CFJ 2549: zeckalpha is a Player.
CFJ 2548: Proposal 6335 had the effect of submitting a proposal.
CFJ 2547: Yally created a pledge in the above message
CFJ 2546: In the quoted text, Yally supported a dependent action.
CFJ 2545: Yally violated Rule 2143, committing the Class-6 Crim of Making My Eyes Bleed, by means of publishing eir most recent IADoP's report in HTML.
CFJ 2545a
CFJ 2544: The signature in the above quote is a self-ratifying that ais523 was the Herald for a brief period of time.
CFJ 2544a
CFJ 2543: The IADoP's report includes the date eir previous report was submitted, not the date eir current report is being submitted.
CFJ 2542: R2239 has now been repealed
CFJ 2541: R2239 has been repealed
CFJ 2540: It is POSSIBLE for a proposal to change the Rules.
CFJ 2539: It is POSSIBLE for ratification (e.g. by proposal) to change the Rules.
CFJ 2538: Tiger has two Rests.
CFJ 2537: Wooble violated R2202 and committed the Class-8 Crime of Endorsing Forgery by knowingly using Ratification Without Objection to ratify a (prior to ratification) incorrect document when a corrected document could be produced with reasonable effort.
CFJ 2536: The nickname 'Goethe' unambiguously identifies the player who generally sends messages to the list from the address 'kerim@u.washington.edu'.
CFJ 2535: root violated R2143 by failing to publish a Scorekeepor's report in the week from 20-26 April.
CFJ 2534: Warrigal would be party to all Agoran public contracts that allow em to join by announcement, if the fact were announced in an Agoran public forum.
CFJ 2533: Quazie is a party to a pledge called '50/50 crop splitting'
CFJ 2532: A proposal with almost the same text as proposal 5269, but without the line 'I make the following proposal:' at the start, is in the Proposal Pool.
CFJ 2531: comex violated the Power 2 Rule 2158 by failing to assign a judgement to CFJ 2499 as soon as possible after e was assigned as its judge.
CFJ 2530: ais523 published the NoVs which are the subject of CFJ 2480.
CFJ 2529: BobTHJ promoted me one time, not four times, even though I sent em 4*8=32 crops.
CFJ 2528: On or about Sat, 16 May 2009 20:15:44 -0500, Yally resolved the Agoran decision to decide the holder of the IADoP office.
CFJ 2527: Wooble initiated an election for Registrar on 14 May, 2009.
CFJ 2526: In a message sent on may 14th, in which Quazie acted on behalf of Human Point Two, CFJs were initiated
CFJ 2525: coppro violated the 1-Power Rule 2143 by publishing a report stipulating the Proposal Pool to be empty when it in fact contained a proposal entitled {Judicial Sanctions}.
CFJ 2524: c-walker flipped the contestmaster of the C# Party to Murphy.
CFJ 2524a
CFJ 2523: A pledge that Quazie made on 1 May this year regarding musicianship still exists.
CFJ 2522: If the contestmaster of a contest is flipped to a person who is already the contestmaster of another contest, that person thereby becomes a contestmaster.
CFJ 2521: I awarded 5 x-points to Rodlen this week.
CFJ 2520: A pledge that Quazie made on 5 My this year still exists.
CFJ 2519: At least one contract is Legalistic.
CFJ 2518: At least one contract is Public.
CFJ 2517: A single attempted action that fails in part fails completely.
CFJ 2516: Flipping the contestmaster of a contract to Human Point Two would fail
CFJ 2515: 'Please treat Agora right good forever' in rule 101 can be violated.
CFJ 2514: The phrase "This takes precedence over any other rule" in Rule 2229/1 takes precedence over the first sentence in Rule 1482/2 for a matter of spending rests.
CFJ 2513: The phrase "This takes precedence over any other rule" in Rule 2229/1 attempts to specify a means of determining precedence between rules of unequal as well as equal power for a particular matter of spending rests.
CFJ 2512: If there were no rules of power greater than 3, it would be POSSIBLE to enact a power-3 rule reading in part {This rule takes precedence over all other rules with which it conflicts.}
CFJ 2511: If there were no rules of power greater than 3, it would be POSSIBLE to enact a power-3 rule reading in part {This rule takes precedence over all other rules.}
CFJ 2510: It is POSSIBLE to enact a power-3 rule reading in part {This rule takes precedence over all other rules with which it conflicts.}
CFJ 2509: It is POSSIBLE to enact a power-3 rule reading in part {This rule takes precedence over all other rules.}
CFJ 2508: It is POSSIBLE to enact a power-4 rule reading in part {This rule takes precedence over all other rules with which it conflicts.}
CFJ 2507: It is POSSIBLE to enact a power-4 rule reading in part {This rule takes precedence over all other rules.}
CFJ 2506: If a member of an entity's basis nominates that entity for an election, then that entity has been self-nominated.
CFJ 2505: Rodlen is here.
CFJ 2504: Not treating Agora right good forever violates rule 101.
CFJ 2503: comex has sent a message from a device with power 1.
CFJ 2502: CFJ 2500 has been appealed.
CFJ 2501: "As soon as possible" means "within 168 hours".
CFJ 2500: A player who does not deregister in the interval becomes a Senator exactly 1440 (60 * 24) hours after e registers.
CFJ 2500a
CFJ 2499: Two players may play Agora using the same email address.
CFJ 2498: gwen is the initiator of this cfj
CFJ 2497: Quazie is the initiator of this CFJ
CFJ 2496: Gwen is the initiator of this CFJ
CFJ 2495: Murphy published at least one on-time judgement in the below-quoted message.
CFJ 2494: Rule 2221/1 describes a method for a player to amend a rule.
CFJ 2494a
CFJ 2493: A proposal that fixes an obvious grammatical error that completely changes the meaning of a rule counts as modifying a substantive aspect of the meaning of the rule.
CFJ 2492: If the next Registrar's report did not list me as a player, and I subsequently ratified it using the mechanism specified in R2202 (Ratification Without Objection), I would be able to go on hold.
CFJ 2492a
CFJ 2491: If, on April 26th, an IADoP's report had been published, listing Rodlen as holder of the Anarchist office, the report subsequently self-ratified, and Rodlen fulfilled all the Anarchist's duties during the month of May, e would earn a Green Ribbon at the end of May.
CFJ 2490: root has a rest.
CFJ 2489: root has won by Championship
CFJ 2488: The prohibition on excessive Notices of Violation in rule 2230 is ineffective due to rule 101
CFJ 2487: The person who was deemed to be a player by CFJ 2461 has an Agoran nickname that must be tracked by the Registrar.
CFJ 2486: A Rule and its text can have different power.
CFJ 2485: The Lender has not been keeping track of Debt and Credit for the Agoran Loan Service.
CFJ 2484: ais523, Murphy, and coppro won the game on 02 May, 2009.
CFJ 2483: It is ILLEGAL to grant certain powers (in the ordinary-language sense) and privileges to Agora's ambassador if one is not a nomic.
CFJ 2482: The right of participation in the fora (Rule 101) takes precedence over the prohibition against excessive Notices of Violation (Rule 2230).
CFJ 2482a
CFJ 2481: ais523 has published a Notice of Violation alleging that Ben Daniel claimed that there are five lights.
CFJ 2480: ais523 violated Rule 2230 (Notices of Violation), committing the Class-4 Crime of Libel, twenty times by publishing the Notices of Violation in step 1 above.
CFJ 2480a
CFJ 2479: root violated Rule 2143, a power-1 rule by failing to publish the Herald's monthly report for the month of April.
CFJ 2478: The Herald CAN award comex a second instance of Champion.
CFJ 2477: coppro has won the game at least once.
CFJ 2476: The statement of CFJ 2469 is about the possibility of winning the game by announcement.
CFJ 2475: Winning the game is a rule-defined action.
CFJ 2474: Quazie registered via eir recent public message stating "May I register?"
CFJ 2473: Quazie registered via eir recent public message containing the capitol letters 'IREGISTER'
CFJ 2472: Quazie registered via eir recent private message to Registrar Yally stating 'I request registration'
CFJ 2471: Quazie became a player after his message stating "I registered"
CFJ 2470: ais523 CAN win the game by announcement.
CFJ 2469: Interpreting 'If ... then' in the logical sense: If this statement is true, then it is possible for ais523 to win the game by announcement.
CFJ 2469a
CFJ 2468: Quazie is a player.
CFJ 2467: The Executor of the first public message sent by agoran@live.com can be determined within reasonable effort.
CFJ 2466: Arnold Bros (est. 1905) is a confusing nickname.
CFJ 2465: If two players satisfy the Winning Condition of High Score, and exactly one of them has a Rest, the score of the player with the Rest is set to 0.
CFJ 2464: The PNP has more than one G# Note.
CFJ 2463: It is possible for the Ambassador to flip the Recognition of Einos (http://einos-nomic.blogspot.com/) to Friendly.
CFJ 2462: Agoran Decisions on whether to adopt comex's proposals "Extra votes?" and "wrong paragraph" have been initiated.
CFJ 2461: I (that is, the person who is requesting judgment here) am a player.
CFJ 2460: It is POSSIBLE for a player to register with a nickname that was used by a now-deregistered former player.
CFJ 2459: Yally violated Power=3 Rule 2202 by failing to list the date of most recent ratification of the Registrar's Report.
CFJ 2458: Yally violated Power=2 Rule 1789 by failing to ensure that henceforth all may know that Kelly deregistered in a Writ of FAGE.
CFJ 2458a
CFJ 2457: In the message in which I initiated this CFJ, I created three Water Rights Vouchers in my own possession.
CFJ 2456: On April 1, 2009, Goethe legally flipped j to Beta.
CFJ 2455: Wooble violated R2230 and committing the Class-4 Crime of Libel by publishing a NoV regarding Andre's Writ of FAGE.
CFJ 2454: A player CAN deputize for the IADoP to end an election before its voting period has ended.
CFJ 2454a
CFJ 2454b
CFJ 2453: Wooble cast a vote in the recent Herald election.
CFJ 2452: Actions can be taken in plain-text attachments sent via a Public Forum.
CFJ 2451: comex broke the power=3 rule 2125 six times by making the announcement "I hereby announce that I performed duties related to Enigma in a timely manner during this month." six times.
CFJ 2451a
CFJ 2450: The Scorekeepor SHALL award me 6N points as defined by Rule 2234 in relation to Enigma.
CFJ 2449: If a legal voter votes to endorse an officer, but, after the casting of the original voter's vote and before the resolution of the decision, the holder of that office changes, then the voter has endorsed the final officer rather than the initial.
CFJ 2448: Puzzles submitted by Enigma's contestmaster to emself count as puzzles within the definitions given by Enigma.
CFJ 2447: Immediately after this case is assigned to a judge, the set of appropriate judgments for this case is a subset of {FALSE, UNDECIDABLE}.
CFJ 2446: This statement is FALSE.
CFJ 2445: agora-business is a public forum
CFJ 2444: Rule 2221 permits a method by which a Rule's title can be changed.
CFJ 2443: CFJ 2423 is a tortoise.
CFJ 2442: A correct Win Announcement that states that a player has a score x + yi such that xy >= 2500 causes that player to satisfy a Winning Condition, even if that Win Announcement contains extra information not required by the rules.
CFJ 2441: An officer CAN submit an attachment in lieu of a plain text email to satisfy his report provided the attachment in question contains all necessary materials.
CFJ 2440: coppro's caste flips on or about Wed, 01 Apr 2009 22:08:13 -0600 were illegal.
CFJ 2439: A non-player who is a party to a contest is a contestant in that contest.
CFJ 2438: The contestmaster of a contest is a contestant in that contest.
CFJ 2437: Goethe recently flipped the Caste of at least 2 players to Alpha.
CFJ 2437a
CFJ 2436: comex willfully used the Partnership to distribute a proposal in eir own self interest which included a false statement of the proposal pool being empty.
CFJ 2436a
CFJ 2435: comex broke Power-2 Rule 1742 by failing to act in accordance the PerlNomic Partnership contract by failing to ensure the PNP obeys the rules of Agora to the maximum extent by causing the PNP to publish that the proposal pool was empty when it was not.
CFJ 2434: Rests are fungible.
CFJ 2433: I CAN spend 'one of my cubes'.
CFJ 2432: I CAN spend 'the cube that person A gave me'.
CFJ 2431: At the instant the quoted call for judgment was called, The Shell had an owner
CFJ 2430: At the instant this call for judgment was called, The Shell was owned by the Lost and Found Department
CFJ 2429: Proposal 6122 has taken effect.
CFJ 2428: If a proposal is caused to take effect without explicitly being allowed to cause rule changes, it can cause rule changes
CFJ 2427: Rule 105 can, in whole or in part, prevent an instrument from taking effect
CFJ 2426: This thing is a CFJ.
CFJ 2425: Murphy's recent attempt to cause Rule 2223 to amend itself to read 'This rule intentionally left blank' failed because it attempted to claim indirect authority from the non-existent Rule 6130.
CFJ 2425a
CFJ 2425b
CFJ 2424: Murphy's recent attempt to cause Rule 2223 to amend itself to read 'This rule intentionally left blank' failed because it was ambiguous which of two mechanisms were used to do the amendment.
CFJ 2424a
CFJ 2424b
CFJ 2423: Murphy's recent attempt to cause Rule 2223 to amend itself to read 'This rule intentionally left blank' was using the mechanism specified in rule 2223, rather than the mechanism specified in the rule created by proposal 6130.
CFJ 2421: A rule was amended in the message in which this CFJ was called.
CFJ 2420: There is at least one player who is currently the ambassador (as the term "the ambassador" is used in the Rules).
CFJ 2419: Spent assets are transferred to the Lost and Found Department, unless they are specified as being transferred to a different owner than either their previous owner or the Lost and Found Department.
CFJ 2418: Spent assets are destroyed, unless they are specified as being transferred to a different owner than their previous owner.
CFJ 2417: Murphy destroyed at least one Rest in the same message in which e initiated this CFJ.
CFJ 2416: The Promotor MAY distribute a proposal that is not in the Proposal Pool.
CFJ 2415: The Promotor CAN distribute a proposal that is not in the Proposal Pool.
CFJ 2414: coppro has won at least once
CFJ 2413: If a high-power rule states that a players SHOULD interpret a definition in a particular way, and a low-power rule implies that that particular definition is correct (or at least that all other alternative definitions are wrong), an interpretation of the definition other than the one suggested by the high-power rule can be correct.
CFJ 2412: If Rule A says that a person SHALL perform an action by a specific mechanism, but Rule B says a person SHALL NOT perform an action by the mechanism, and no other mechanism for performing the action is specified, then the person CAN perform the action via the mechanism (though perhaps breaking Rule B).
CFJ 2411: If a rule requires a player to perform an action without making it possible for em to do so, and there is a rule forbidding em from doing so, e can take no action that is not in violation of a rule.
CFJ 2410: coppro is a party to the Cookie Jar.
CFJ 2409: I am obligated to post "ooɯ" to a Public Forum
CFJ 2408: I am obligated to post "moo" to a Public Forum
CFJ 2407: this is a call for judgement.
CFJ 2406: If an officer violates a time limit to perform a required action, then another player CAN perform that action as if e held that office via deputisation even if the officer in question performed the action after the time limit expired but before the deputisation, as long as it would be possible (but not necessarily mandatory) for the officer to perform the action in question a second time.
CFJ 2405: Taral violated the power-2 rule 2234 by not awarding me points as contestmaster of Enigma as soon as possible after the beginning of March.
CFJ 2404: If the scorekeepor announces that a contestmaster is not to be awarded points for a particular month as e did not perform duties for the contest, then the scorekeepor has performed all duties required by Rule 2234 with respect to that contest.
CFJ 2403: It is POSSIBLE for the Scorekeepor to R2234-award points to Wooble for the AAA.
CFJ 2402: Taral violated R2234, a power-2 rule, by not awarding me points as soon as possible after the end of February for completing the contestmaster duties for the AAA.
CFJ 2402a
CFJ 2402b
CFJ 2401: If a person can take an action by announcement, then e can take it by announcing that e "is taking" the action.
CFJ 2400: If a non-IADoP initiates an election decision via deputisation, e CAN resolve the decision immediately after its voting period ends, without announcing intent to deputise to resolve it.
CFJ 2399: The PNP violated Power=2 Rule 2215 by distributing proposals without taking appropriate measures to prevent errors in them.
CFJ 2398: Murphy's daughter Victoria is a person.
CFJ 2397: ais523 can act on Murphy's behalf to cause Murphy to support ais523's own intent to make Einos (http://einos-nomic.blogspot.com/) a protectorate.
CFJ 2396: A conditional vote which would be clearly identify an option as defined by R2127 would clearly identify an option for the purposes of satisfying Rule 683(c).
CFJ 2395: If a player is required by a rule to do something by a time limit, and e deregisters before the time limit, then re-registers after the time limit expires (and didn't do the action), e has broken the rule either at, or immediately after, the time of eir re-registration.
CFJ 2394: A Notice of Violation pertaining to failure to act on time is necessarily invalid if the duty was first imposed before the adoption of Rule 2239, even if the deadline was not missed until after its adoption.
CFJ 2393: A Notice of Violation pertaining to failure to act on time is necessarily invalid if the deadline occurred before the adoption of Rule 2239, even if the action remained unperformed after its adoption.
CFJ 2392: The rulekeepor published the Short Logical Ruleset, on or about 19-Feb-09, in such a way as to satisfy that part of eir weekly duties.
CFJ 2391: If a Power=1 rule was created with text "Upon the creation of this rule, the text of Proposal 6116 is changed to read 'CREAMPUFF'.", then it would succeed in changing the text of Proposal 6116.
CFJ 2390: ehird initiated an inquiry case in the message archived at http://ww w.agoranomic.org/cgi-bin/mailman/private/agora-business/2008-Novembe r/016124.html
CFJ 2389: The message with message-ID 499FB01A.1060101@socal.rr.com was successful in assigning an appeals opinion to CFJ 2355a.
CFJ 2388: comex broke Rule 2215 by attempting to mislead persons as to the contents of R2125 in eir publication of the SLR on or about Feb 19, 2009.
CFJ 2387: Warrigal is a party to The Small Partial Mousetrap.
CFJ 2386: On or about Wed, 18 Feb 2009 22:28:36 +0000, a rule was created or amended to contain the text "comex and ais523 were here".
CFJ 2385: On or about Wed, 18 Feb 2009 22:28:36 +0000, the AFO ceased to be a player.
CFJ 2384: On or about Tue, 10 Feb 2009 19:25:48 -0800, the AFO ceased to be a player.
CFJ 2383: Sgeo violated rule 1750 by failing to read the ruleset during Read the Ruleset week, and also failing to understand or to carefully weigh the consequences of this failure.
CFJ 2383a
CFJ 2382: Warrigal CAN deregister.
CFJ 2381: I am a party to some contract
CFJ 2380: I am a player
CFJ 2379: It is possible to change the contestmaster of a contest through a contract-defined dependent action.
CFJ 2378: Rule 2238 is a power-3 rule.
CFJ 2377: Rule 2211 is a proposal.
CFJ 2376: It is possible for a Rule to change a proposal's text.
CFJ 2376a
CFJ 2375: Murphy violated R1868 (power 2) by failing to assign a judge to CFJ 2201 as soon as possible after it came to require a judge.
CFJ 2375a
CFJ 2374: Murphy violated R1868 (power 2) by failing to assign a judge to CFJ 2171 as soon as possible after it came to require a judge.
CFJ 2373: Murphy violated R1868 (power 2) by failing to assign a judge to CFJ 2163 as soon as possible after it came to require a judge.
CFJ 2373a
CFJ 2372: Murphy violated R1868 (power 2) by failing to assign a judge to CFJ 2141 as soon as possible after it came to require a judge.
CFJ 2371: Murphy violated R1868 (power 2) by failing to assign a judge to CFJ 2140 as soon as possible after it came to require a judge.
CFJ 2370: Murphy violated R1868 (power 2) by failing to assign a judge to CFJ 2139 as soon as possible after it came to require a judge.
CFJ 2369: Murphy violated R911 by failing to publish an appeals opinion to CFJ 2346a as soon as possible after the panel was assigned.
CFJ 2368: comex violated R911 by failing to publish an appeals opinion to CFJ 2346a as soon as possible after the panel was assigned.
CFJ 2367: There is a rule with ID number 2105.
CFJ 2366: Rule 2238's Power is over 9000.
CFJ 2365: Rule 2238 exists.
CFJ 2364: An Enforceable judgement in an equity case CAN generally create an ability for arbitrary persons to act on behalf of persons bound by the judgement
CFJ 2363: Rule 2198 was amended recently.
CFJ 2362: ais523 has the patent title of H.
CFJ 2361: If the Rules specify that a player is to receive a Note for performing a required (i.e. a SHALL) action, and e fails to perform it, the withholding of the Note is, for the purposes of R101(vi), a penalty for breaking the SHALL.
CFJ 2360: Assessor is a high-priority office.
CFJ 2359: Speaker is a high-priority office.
CFJ 2358: If I submitted "The following is my Cantus Cygneus: {pigs are delicious!!}" to the Registrar, it would be a Cantus Cygneus
CFJ 2357: On or about January 7, 2009, Wooble won.
CFJ 2356: Wooble violated R2157 (power 1.7) by failing, collectively with woggle and comex, to ensure that the panel {woggle, comex, Wooble} assigned a judgement to CFJ 2087a.
CFJ 2356a
CFJ 2355: Wooble violated R2157 (power 1.7) by failing, collectively with woggle and comex, to ensure that the panel {woggle, comex, Wooble} assigned a judgement to CFJ 2086a.
CFJ 2355a
CFJ 2354: Wooble violated R2157 (power 1.7) by failing, collectively with cdm014 and avpx, to ensure that the panel {Wooble, cdm014, avpx} assigned a judgement to CFJ 2069a.
CFJ 2353: comex violated R2158 (power 2) by failing to assign a judgement to CFJ 2317 as soon as possible after e become assigned to it as Judge.
CFJ 2352: comex violated R2158 (power 2) by failing to assign a judgement to CFJ 2316 as soon as possible after e become assigned to it as Judge.
CFJ 2351: ehird has, by repeatedly promising but neglecting to bring rutian up, caused Bayes to violate Rule 2143, which was not envisioned by the contract.
CFJ 2350: Any player can flip the Conductor's Key by announcement, at most once per month.
CFJ 2349: Murphy is leaning.
CFJ 2348: H. Notary w1n5t0n violated R2143 by failing to publish the Notary's monthly report in December.
CFJ 2347: ehird selected a confusing nickname (the null string), which violates the power-3 Rule 2170.
CFJ 2346: ehird blatantly broke a SHALL requirement in the Scam Secrecy Contract by revealing my mousetrap (or attempted mousetrap) to a person who was not a member of that contract.
CFJ 2346a
CFJ 2345: The Fantasy Rules Contest contestmaster's inactivity has meant that a large number of points which should have been awarded by the contract have gone unawarded.
CFJ 2344: Props are a type of asset.
CFJ 2343: WoodsPam is a Player
CFJ 2342: ehird has gained a non-integral number of rests due to sentencing in CFJ 2326.
CFJ 2341: ehird has gained at least 4 rests due to sentencing in CFJ 2326.
CFJ 2340: ehird has gained at least 3 rests due to sentencing in CFJ 2326.
CFJ 2339: ehird has gained at least 2 rests due to sentencing in CFJ 2326.
CFJ 2338: ehird has gained at least 1 rest as a direct result of a message published by Murphy.
CFJ 2337: ehird has gained at least 1 rest as a direct result of a message published by OscarMeyr.
CFJ 2336: ehird has been sentenced in CFJ 2326 as a direct result of a message published by Murphy.
CFJ 2335: ehird has been sentenced in CFJ 2326 as a direct result of a message published by OscarMeyr.
CFJ 2334: If a player gives consent for other players to act on eir behalf without creating or modifying a contract for the purpose, such consent actually does allow those players to act on eir behalf.
CFJ 2333: If a rule were created with the text {{Wooble SHALL NOT Dance a Powerful Dance. Neither sentence of this rule has an effect.}}, then it would be ILLEGAL for Wooble to Dance a Powerful Dance.
CFJ 2332: In the message quoted in caller's evidence, ehird acted on behalf of Wooble to judge CFJ 2321.
CFJ 2331: The current Speaker is Michael Norrish.
CFJ 2330: On or about December 28, 2008, ais523 achieved a Win by Points.
CFJ 2329: On or about December 28, 2008, comex achieved a Win by Points
CFJ 2328: ehird has failed, for 8 consecutive weeks, to publish a report as required by section 13 of the People's Bank of Agora contract.
CFJ 2327: Michael Norrish is obligated to be Michael Norrish
CFJ 2326: ehird violated R2169 by eir continued failure to refuse to comply with the judgment in CFJ2239.
CFJ 2325: j violated Rule 2170 by selecting (in B Nomic) a nickname that has generally been used to refer to another entity within the past three months.
CFJ 2324: Craig is a player.
CFJ 2323: ehird is a player.
CFJ 2322: It is possible for a private contract to create an ability of one party to act on behalf of another party.
CFJ 2321: Rule 9842 exists.
CFJ 2321a
CFJ 2320: Four days and 5 hours from the time this CFJ was/will be called, it will be possible to object to the above intent.
CFJ 2319: 'e' is primarily used in a mathematical context, and therefore means 'approximately 2.718281828' when used in rules.
CFJ 2318: BobTHJ violated rule 2158 by assigning an inappropriate judgment in the message quoted in the message quoted in the message quoted.
CFJ 2317: No objection made by ehird in the message labeled "Caller's evidence, part 1 of 2" remained unwithdrawn after the publication of the message labeled "Caller's evidence, part 2 of 2".
CFJ 2316: Objecting to the performance of a dependent action is not ineffective solely because the objection is published before the intent to perform that action is published.
CFJ 2315: It is legal for a judge to judge FALSE on at least one CFJ that Warrigal called between 21:00 -0500 and 22:00 -0500 on Thu, 2008-12-18.
CFJ 2314: If a CFJ were called on X on December 20 this year, it would be legal to judge FALSE on the CFJ, where X is defined as the following string, followed by a quotation mark, followed by the same string, followed by a quotation mark: "If a CFJ were called on X on December 20 this year, it would be legal to judge FALSE on the CFJ, where X is defined as the following string, followed by a quotation mark, followed by the same string, followed by a quotation mark: "
CFJ 2313: If a CFJ were called on X, it would be legal to judge FALSE on the CFJ, where X is defined as the following string, followed by a quotation mark, followed by the same string, followed by a quotation mark: "If a CFJ were called on X, it would be legal to judge FALSE on the CFJ, where X is defined as the following string, followed by a quotation mark, followed by the same string, followed by a quotation mark: "
CFJ 2312: root violated Rule 2143 by not publishing the Conductor's report last week.
CFJ 2311: I have some rests.
CFJ 2310: Warrigal informed the PerlNomic server that e wished to be a party to the PNP (by taking a PerlNomic game action), and yet claimed to Agora that e was not party to the contract.
CFJ 2309: ehird is a party to the Vote Market
CFJ 2308: The PNP violated rule 1607 by distributing a retracted proposal.
CFJ 2307: The PerlNomic Partnership violated Rule 2215 by announcing that I am a party to it in the quoted message.
CFJ 2306: P17 has the Patent Title of Left in a Huff
CFJ 2305: If BobTHJ does not retract nor cast any further votes on the Agoran decision on whether to adopt proposal 6011 for the rest of its voting period, nor explicitly define eir current votes on that proposal in the future, e will have at least one valid vote on that decision"
CFJ 2304: It is a thing.
CFJ 2303: ehird successfully changed eir name to a null string on or about 5 December 2008 21:53:02 UTC.
CFJ 2303a
CFJ 2302: Warrigal MAY transfer assets
CFJ 2301: BobTHJ violated Rule 2143 by not publishing the Scorekeepor's report last week.
CFJ 2300: The Executor of the public message that purported to initiate the Agoran Decisions on whether to adopt proposals 5686-5687 cannot be determined with reasonable effort, other than via a judicial declaration.
CFJ 2299: Pavitra has won on or about December 3rd, 2008.
CFJ 2298: Pavitra has a Violet ribbon.
CFJ 2297: The office of Notary has at least one Vote Point.
CFJ 2296: Pavitra gained 20 points due to the Werewolves contract within the past week.
CFJ 2295: BobTHJ failed to assign prerogatives for December in a timely fashion before the beginning of the month, as required by Rule 2019.
CFJ 2294: Warrigal has a Red Ribbon.
CFJ 2293: I violated Rule 1742 by violating the P100 contract by causing P100 to register with the same basis as another player.
CFJ 2292: Right now, I send a message to a public forum explicitly stating that I do not deregister.
CFJ 2291: Are 100 chaos potential mass chaos?
CFJ 2290: The Ambassador CAN flip Wooble's Recognition to Friendly without objection.
CFJ 2289: The PRS is a contest
CFJ 2288: The Vote Market is a contract.
CFJ 2287: Fookiemyartug is a party to the Vote Market contract.
CFJ 2286: As Rule 1023 defines the terms, a unit of text consisting entirely of the string "CHAPTER I" is enumerated.
CFJ 2285: As Rule 1023 defines the terms, a unit of text consisting entirely of the string "1993:" is enumerated.
CFJ 2284: Pet A is a player.
CFJ 2283: Becoming a player of B Nomic constitutes Agoran agreement to its ruleset.
CFJ 2282: comex's annotation to Rule 1367 worked.
CFJ 2282a
CFJ 2281: CFJ 2252 exists.
CFJ 2280: Wooble violated rule 2215 by making a public statement in the above-quoted message designed to mislead others as to its effectiveness.
CFJ 2279: ehird did not create a rule titled "Last Resort" on or about Tue, 18 Nov 2008 16:34:39 +0000.
CFJ 2278: Proposal 5962 has not been adopted.
CFJ 2278a
CFJ 2277: Proposal 5961 has not been adopted.
CFJ 2277a
CFJ 2276: Proposal 5956 has not been adopted.
CFJ 2276a
CFJ 2275: "P2, at least you get the little lowercase w in the Registrar's Report, and a Patent Title, as compensation." correctly awards P2 the Patent title Left in a Huff
CFJ 2274: The Agoran decisions of whether to adopt proposals 5956 and 5962 are democratic.
CFJ 2274a
CFJ 2273: comex violated rule 1742 by violating the P100 contract by causing P100 to register with the same basis as another player.
CFJ 2273a
CFJ 2272: Rule 2192 does not allow ehird to act on its behalf to create a new Rule by announcement which includes the title, text, and power of the new rule.
CFJ 2271: None of the attempted registrations (P1 through P100) in comex's quoted message were succesful.
CFJ 2270: Neither Proposal 5956 nor Proposal 5962 has been adopted.
CFJ 2269: ehird is a Walrus.
CFJ 2268: ehird is a Walrus.
CFJ 2267: P9 is a contest
CFJ 2266: The Burgundy Contract is a partnership.
CFJ 2265: The Corleone Partnership was a player at some time in the past.
CFJ 2264: Contracts CAN be amended by a mechanism other than unanimous consent of all parties.
CFJ 2263: SDONATE(1VP - FOR) is a valid conditional vote.
CFJ 2262: Warrigal submitted exactly one proposal in the quoted message
CFJ 2261: (see evidence)
CFJ 2260: If the purported backing document for Annoyances as specified in the message purporting to define them existed, at least one Annoyance would exist
CFJ 2260a
CFJ 2259: A passed proposal CAN flip a switch to a value to which, by rule, the switch CANNOT be flipped.
CFJ 2258: The proposal submitted by root at or around Wed, 5 Nov 2008 22:03:48 UTC has been distributed.
CFJ 2257: Creating a pledge in a public message constitutes an implicit but nevertheless clear indication that it will be public when it forms, unless published with an explicit and clear indication to the contrary.
CFJ 2256: Creating a contract in a public message constitutes an implicit but nevertheless clear indication that it will be public when it forms, unless published with an explicit and clear indication to the contrary.
CFJ 2255: The buggy automated WRV enforcement e-mail should not have been sent.
CFJ 2254: ehird, comex, Quazie, and myself have failed to meet their obligations per section 10 of the Vote Market agreement.
CFJ 2253: Filling out this form and forwarding the result to a Public Forum would cause a person to become a player: http://www.registrar.uwaterloo.ca/forms/LetterOfPermission.pdf
CFJ 2252: (the rules of Agora)
CFJ 2251: At least one Annoyance exists.
CFJ 2250: All non-public pledges with no more than one party that existed at the time of passage of Proposal 5817 are null and void (i.e. no longer exist).
CFJ 2249: There is an asset known as the Terre Haute
CFJ 2248: Goethe is required by the GREETINGS TO YOU SIR pledge to send a United States Dollar that is issued/backed by the United States government (outside of Agora) to root asap.
CFJ 2248a
CFJ 2247: The Notary SHALL publish the fact that ais523 owns a Pain called "xyzzy" as part of eir weekly report.
CFJ 2246: CFJ 2245 was retracted.
CFJ 2245: The Protection Racket was clearly not envisioned as an entrapment scheme for one or more of its parties.
CFJ 2244: "CFJ 2223" is an equity case.
CFJ 2243: ais523 should only have gotten 1 point from the above cashout since e only had 1 PV. He attempted to withdraw a second PV from the PBA, but this transaction failed (something which I only now discovered).
CFJ 2242: The Internomic Investment Bank is a player
CFJ 2241: due to comex's actions with respect to the PBA, it is now very difficult to determine the number of AAA-defined assets comex and the PBA hold without unreasonable effort on the part of multiple recordkeepors.
CFJ 2240: The player ais523 sent the above message.
CFJ 2239: ehird and BobTHJ are, and have been for quite some time, in material breach of Section 11 of the contract by remaining Supine and thus ineligible to judge CFJs.
CFJ 2238: When a person performs an action that takes parameters, e must unambiguously specify the parameters.
CFJ 2237: Warrigal is party to a public contract called the UNDAD
CFJ 2236: The Ambassador CAN, without objection, flip the recognition of the nomic played in the IRC channel ##nomic with the name 'One True Agora' to Hostile.
CFJ 2235: The IADoP SHALL initiate an Agoran Decision to choose the Registrar with the options of Bayes and ais523.
CFJ 2234: The Monster is the Registrar.
CFJ 2233: HAL is a first-class player.
CFJ 2232: A moment ago, I satisfied the Winning Condition of Renaissance.
CFJ 2231: Ivan Hope CXXVII was a player at the time e most recently attempted to ratify the Registrar's Report.
CFJ 2230: The Mad Scientist CAN act on behalf of the Monster to take an action that the Monster MAY, but CANNOT, take.
CFJ 2229: Goethe violated rule 2173 by neither informing the Notary of the text and set of parties of UNDEAD, nor understanding and carefully weighing the full implications of failing to do so.
CFJ 2228: ais523 or the Monster resolved the Agoran Decision to to choose the holder of the Mad Scientist office on or around October 13, 2008.
CFJ 2227: I created a pledge in the above quote from ##nomic.
CFJ 2226: People who do not control the bayes.py script CANNOT join Bayes.
CFJ 2225: Taral's attempted vote of SELL(3VP) on the most recent Mad Scientist election constitutes a pledge.
CFJ 2224: Taral directly or indirectly voted for someone in the most recent Mad Scientist election.
CFJ 2222: Ivan Hope CXXVII has the Patent Title of Left in a Huff.
CFJ 2221: Wooble caused the Reformed Bank of Agora to transfer 3 crops to em a moment ago.
CFJ 2220: If Ivan Hope takes actions in the PerlNomic game which cause em to become an active player of PerlNomic, e will become a party to the PerlNomic Partnership contract.
CFJ 2219: Nomic 217 is a nomic.
CFJ 2218: It was clearly not envisioned that the Russian Roulette text inside the zip would be revealed.
CFJ 2218a
CFJ 2217: If only comex had been given the password referenced in the Russian Roulette contract and a reasonable amount of time to review the section of the contract encrypted using that password, then the AFO would be bound by that contract.
CFJ 2216: If only Murphy had been given the password referenced in the Russian Roulette contract and a reasonable amount of time to review the section of the contract encrypted using that password, then the AFO would be bound by that contract.
CFJ 2215: BobTHJ created 11 crops in ais523's possession when e should have only created 9 [3 for harvesting 911, 6 for harvesting 869].
CFJ 2214: Wooble violated 2170 for claiming to be tusho (an old name of mine).
CFJ 2213: The Patent Title Scamster has been revoked from come.
CFJ 2213a
CFJ 2212: An IRC channel is a forum.
CFJ 2211: It is POSSIBLE to perform game actions via the #really-a-cow forum.
CFJ 2210: The Law-abiding Partnership broke Rule 2148 by claiming to be the ambassador.
CFJ 2209: There exists at least one partnership that is a person.
CFJ 2208: The Law-abiding Partnership is a person.
CFJ 2207: I am Dvorak Herring.
CFJ 2206: I transferred at least 2 Chits to the PerlNomic Partnership today
CFJ 2205: This CFJ was initiated or will be initiated at midnight, 1 July 2008.
CFJ 2204: At the end of the voting period of the Agoran Decision on whether to adopt proposal 5707, BobTHJ had 5 valid unretracted conditional votes that resolved to votes FOR that decision.
CFJ 2203: root cast at least one unretracted vote of AGAINST on Proposal 5707.
CFJ 2203a
CFJ 2202: Proposal 5707 is a democratic proposal.
CFJ 2201: The ratification of the Short Logical Ruleset CAN cause the text of a rule to change.
CFJ 2200: This CFJ will exist one second from now.
CFJ 2199: Including "From: root <root@normish.org>" in the email header constitutes a claim to be Ian Kelly (a.k.a. root).
CFJ 2198: BobTHJ and root won the game on September 26, 2008 UTC.
CFJ 2197: The CotC CAN assign a judge to a CFJ initiated in the quoted message.
CFJ 2196: The nomic in which this CFJ is being judged is a foreign nomic.
CFJ 2196a
CFJ 2196b
CFJ 2195: The computer by which I am sending this email is a nomic.
CFJ 2194: Phill has a White Ribbon.
CFJ 2193: tusho violated Rule 2170 by publishing a message purportedly from "phill" and registering as a player.
CFJ 2192: tusho has been a player at some point in time
CFJ 2191: tusho is a player
CFJ 2190: tusho is a person
CFJ 2189: Phill is a player
CFJ 2188: Phill is a first-class person
CFJ 2187: Phill is a person
CFJ 2186: Phill sent the message quoted (as evidence #1 - eir registration)
CFJ 2185: I am tusho.
CFJ 2184: I am Phill.
CFJ 2183: It is impossible to assign a judge to the CFJ allegedly initiated in the message sent by "agoran@live.com" on "Tue, 16 Sep 2008 20:16:23 +0000" (see evidence 1) without revealing some information regarding who did or did not send the message.
CFJ 2182: The message sent by "celestialcognition@gmail.com" on "Sat, 20 Sep 2008 22:21:09 -0500" (see evidence 1) was successful in initiating a CFJ.
CFJ 2181: root broke Rule 2170 by making the statement "I am comex.".
CFJ 2180: The message sent by "agoran@live.com" on "Mon, 15 Sep 2008 20:15:58 +0000" was successful in submitting a proposal.
CFJ 2179: The message sent by "agoran@live.com" on "Tue, 16 Sep 2008 20:16:23 +0000" (see evidence 1) was successful in initiating a CFJ.
CFJ 2178: If a non-pledge contract has no parties, it can be amended by unanimous consent of its parties.
CFJ 2177: I am Mr. Elbow.
CFJ 2176: Wolfram Blitzen is the owner of a Twin Sister.
CFJ 2175: Mr. Elbow SHALL register as soon as possible.
CFJ 2174: Ivan Hope CXXVII can act on behalf of Mr. Elbow by announcement
CFJ 2173: Mr. Elbow is a person.
CFJ 2172: The Monster is a person
CFJ 2172a
CFJ 2171: If a person who is bound by an equity agreement fails to fulfill eir obligations to the agreement, and the judge attempts to act on eir behalf, but there are 3 or more objections to the attempt, the person who failed to fulfill eir obligations may be liable for a criminal punishment other than discharge.
CFJ 2170: There is a contract called The Agoran Civil Service.
CFJ 2169: If two persons agreed to Normish, it would become a contract.
CFJ 2168: Normish is a nomic.
CFJ 2167: ais523 is the Monsterkeepor.
CFJ 2166: This is a CFJ.
CFJ 2165: Attributes of a person such as whether e is biological, wearing a hat, the same as another person, etc. can be ratified.
CFJ 2164: I submitted a proposal in my recent post
CFJ 2163: The text of a proposal cannot have any effect whatsoever on whether the proposal takes effect, except by influencing votes on the proposal, and as explictly stated by the Rules.
CFJ 2162: A proposal that takes retroactive effect does so by modifying the gamestate of the present, not by altering events in the past.
CFJ 2161: If Rule 1742 is upmutated to power 2, and the /dev/null contract continues to have no parties, it will remain a contract.
CFJ 2160: The /dev/null contract has at least one party.
CFJ 2160a
CFJ 2159: /dev/null is a contract.
CFJ 2158: Goethe pledged to lead / an effort to grant title / but no new Bard yet.
CFJ 2157: Any player may terminate the above-quoted pledge by announcement.
CFJ 2156: Sgeo may terminate the above-quoted pledge by announcement.
CFJ 2155: The Speaker for the current game of Agora shall be Michael Norrish.
CFJ 2154: The Speaker for the first game shall be Michael Norrish.
CFJ 2153: Randy Pausch is a person.
CFJ 2152: pikhq violated rule 2019 by failing to assign prerogatives for August 2008 in a timely fashion before August 1.
CFJ 2151: A moment ago, I revealed that my age is a composite number by announcement.
CFJ 2150: A moment ago, I landed on the moon by announcement.
CFJ 2149: A moment ago, I celebrated by announcement.
CFJ 2148: tusho has violated section 15 of the AAA agreement.
CFJ 2147: This CFH has ID number 1.
CFJ 2146: This CFJ has ID number 2146.
CFJ 2145: People will thank me for this fifth CFJ.
CFJ 2144: People will thank me for this fourth CFJ.
CFJ 2143: People will thank me for this third CFJ.
CFJ 2142: People will thank me for this second CFJ.
CFJ 2141: People will thank me for this first CFJ.
CFJ 2140: The rulesets of Agoroo A and Agoroo B are separate nomic rulesets.
CFJ 2139: Agoroo A and Agoroo B are separate nomics.
CFJ 2138: If a partner acts on behalf of a partnership to transfer an asset, it is still the partner's asset that is transferred (provided that e has such an asset, and that the transfer is otherwise POSSIBLE).
CFJ 2137: If a partner acts on behalf of a partnership to cast a vote, that vote is still cast by that partner, and is thus subject to that partner's voting limit.
CFJ 2136: CFJ 2050 was filed by ehird
CFJ 2135: Quazie's activity switch was flipped to inactive by the above message.
CFJ 2134: Gender Neutral pronouns(e.g eir, e, and e's) are words granted meaning and usage under the set of rules excluding 754(4).
CFJ 2133: "<Speech act>. The previous sentence is false." results in <speech act> being performed.
CFJ 2132: I am sitting.
CFJ 2132a
CFJ 2131: I am a player.
CFJ 2130: tusho is a player.
CFJ 2129: A player can be nominated to be Rulekeepor.
CFJ 2128: I violated Rule 2149 by claiming that I lie when I did not, in fact lie.
CFJ 2127: The devolution of the AFO's obligations onto comex means that the AFO is in breach of the AAA agreement if comex calls CFJs for the clear purpose of allowing the CFJ to harvest their ID numbers.
CFJ 2126: I need more Water Rights Vouchers!
CFJ 2125: I need more Water Rights Vouchers!
CFJ 2124: I need more Water Rights Vouchers!
CFJ 2123: I need more Water Rights Vouchers!
CFJ 2122: I need more Water Rights Vouchers!
CFJ 2121: The Speaker CAN assign prerogatives for September 2008.
CFJ 2120: The Speaker CAN assign prerogatives for August 2008.
CFJ 2119: ihope has not ascended the game and is not performing the action of ascending the game at this moment.
CFJ 2118: A judicial finding has determined that X, for the purposes of R2125 and R2161, if and only if a CFJ directly inquiring into the veracity of either X or not X has a judgment of TRUE or FALSE respectively.
CFJ 2117: Posting the string [ed: moved to evidence due to length] to a Public Forum would be Monstrous Consent.
CFJ 2116: The contract quoted above currently has Ivan Hope CXXVII as a party.
CFJ 2115: Immediately after a judge is assigned to this case, it will be legal for that judge to judge FALSE on its question on veracity.
CFJ 2114: If an entity is not elgible to own a particular type of asset, then they own zero of that asset
CFJ 2113: Sgeo violated Rule 1742 by leaving the contract "The Winning Team" when the contract forbid leaving the contract.
CFJ 2112: Publishing the message "I object", in response to an attempt to perform a dependent action, causes an action to be taken by announcement.
CFJ 2111: tusho violated rule 2149 by stating that the initiation of this CFJ will fail.
CFJ 2110: At least two of the valid votes on Proposal 5648 were cast by the same player.
CFJ 2109: A non-player can violate a rule of Agora.
CFJ 2108: Ivan Hope has failed to increase eir VP holdings above 50 within the allotted 60 day timeframe.
CFJ 2107: Ivan Hope violated R2149 by making the untruthful statement "UNDECIDABLE is never appropriate."
CFJ 2107a
CFJ 2107b
CFJ 2106: Goethe violated rule 2158 by judging UNDECIDABLE on CFJ 2087.
CFJ 2105: Goethe violated rule 2158 by judging UNDECIDABLE on CFJ 2086.
CFJ 2104: ihope changed eir Registrar-recorded nickname to avpx on or about Jul 19th.
CFJ 2103: I violated Rule 2149 by claiming that I lie when I did not, in fact lie.
CFJ 2103a
CFJ 2102: OscarMeyr violated Rule 2149 by claiming that tusho could not have violated any rules because e was not a player.
CFJ 2101: Equity case judgements violate R101(iv).
CFJ 2101a
CFJ 2100: upon Ivan Hope transferring to em all eir VPs, Sgeo did not, as soon as possible, transfer all eir VPs to Ivan Hope.
CFJ 2099: I transfer all my crops to the PNP.
CFJ 2098: No matter what their contents, all public messages contain at least one game-relevant action
CFJ 2097: The Executor of a message that contains a CFJ is also the Initiator of that CFJ, even if the Executor says E submits the CFJ on behalf of someone/something else
CFJ 2096: There is an inquiry case with the ID number 2073.
CFJ 2095: The statement labeled by the CotC as the CFJ statement for CFJ 2080 was a CFJ statement called by Quazie.
CFJ 2094: The statement labeled by the CotC as the CFJ statement for CFJ 2079 was a CFJ statement called by root.
CFJ 2093: Human Point Two bears the patent title Minister Without Portfolio
CFJ 2092: tusho violated rule 101 by abridging, reducing, limiting, or removing Blind, Deaf and Mute's rights.
CFJ 2091: Quazie violated rule 101 by abridging, reducing, limiting, or removing Blind, Deaf and Mute's rights.
CFJ 2090: CFJ 2019 is a valid CFJ.
CFJ 2090a
CFJ 2089: The PerlNomic Partnership transferred 150 chits to woggle as a result of the quoted message.
CFJ 2088: tusho violated Rule 2029 by changing eir posture to sitting.
CFJ 2087: I CFJ on the following statement.
CFJ 2087a
CFJ 2087b
CFJ 2086: I CFJ on the previous statement.
CFJ 2086a
CFJ 2086b
CFJ 2085: comex breached rule 2149 by thinking up statements that will be public although they are not true before e has sent them
CFJ 2084: comex breached rule 2149 by sending a message with message-id <6bf32280807151511sfca8f7dveb137ee7d95c576@mail.gmail.com> in which e did not tell the truth (because e did not say anything)
CFJ 2083: root breached rule 2149 by claiming that the precedent from CFJ 1738 is that speech acts carry truth values
CFJ 2082: ehird breached rule 2149 by claiming to kill Goethe in eir message with message-id <784a579e0807151341l7123d535wdfcc5376130d2cb2@mail.gmail.com>
CFJ 2082a
CFJ 2081: Goethe breached rule 2149 by claiming to dance in eir message with message-id <Pine.LNX.4.43.0807151338310.13451@hymn11.u.washington.edu>
CFJ 2080: I CFJ on this statement.
CFJ 2079: I CFJ on this statement.
CFJ 2078: Two contracts CAN have the same name.
CFJ 2077: Ivan Hope is a player
CFJ 2077a
CFJ 2076: tusho has 24 VP.
CFJ 2075: ehird is a player.
CFJ 2074: tusho is a player.
CFJ 2073: Either the sky is always red or, if I do not hereby initiate an inquiry case on this sentence, then the sky is always green.
CFJ 2072: the CotC (Murphy) violated R2019 by not assigning the Default Justice (myself) to be member of this appeals panel.
CFJ 2071: If there had been no disclaimer in the message sent by comex with Message-ID <6bf32280807111120s54788104x1e5e3a3001cb1be5@mail.gmail.com>, and Rule 2208 did not exist, comex would have taken at least one action besides submitting a CFJ by sending it.
CFJ 2070: If there had been no disclaimer in the message sent by comex with Message-ID <6bf32280807111120s54788104x1e5e3a3001cb1be5@mail.gmail.com>, comex would have taken at least one action besides submitting a CFJ by sending it.
CFJ 2069: There are no game-relevant actions or intents of action in the message sent by comex with Message-ID: <6bf32280807111120s54788104x1e5e3a3001cb1be5@mail.gmail.com>
CFJ 2069a
CFJ 2068: Sgeo is obligated to give Ivan Hope CXXVII an amount of VP
CFJ 2067: Sgeo could stash all the currency I didn't give him, then claim he only has to give back what he has after stashing. This is clearly a great injustice.
CFJ 2066: Goethe won by extortion on or about July 7, 2008.
CFJ 2065: Sgeo has won today or yesterday (relative to the initiation of this CFJ).
CFJ 2064: The message quoted in the evidence section of this CFJ changed the text of a public contract
CFJ 2062: The contract Ivan Hope just agreed to is a pledge because it states "Guvf vf n cyrqtr.", which is "This is a pledge." in rot13.
CFJ 2061: The Reformed Bank of Agora is a partnership.
CFJ 2060: The CotC MAY NOT refuse cases based on cases being excess as defined by Rule 2175
CFJ 2059: BobTHJ holds the Patent Title Left in a Huff.
CFJ 2058: If an officer attempts to post a self-ratifying report to a public forum, but it does not arrive until over a week after it left the officer's technical domain of control, the report nonetheless self-ratifies even though none of the other players are aware of what its contents are.
CFJ 2058a
CFJ 2057: ehrid is a player.
CFJ 2056: A message containing one action sent to multiple fora is still only one action.
CFJ 2055: ais523 was a person on Agora's birthday.
CFJ 2054: ais523 has a Magenta Ribbon
CFJ 2053: ehird violated rule 2149 by lying.
CFJ 2053a
CFJ 2052: OscarMeyr has explicitly refused to join the Agoran Slavery pledge, and the other players have implicitly refused to do so by their inaction.
CFJ 2051: ais523 can fill the Buy Ticket specified in the evidence more than once.
CFJ 2050: This CFJ was filed by ehird
CFJ 2049: This CFJ exists.
CFJ 2048: ehird violated Rule 2149 by saying that e joins.
CFJ 2048a
CFJ 2048b
CFJ 2047: notehird is a registered player.
CFJ 2046: ehrid devolves its obligations onto at least two people.
CFJ 2045: Comex objected to the termination of the pledge which allows anything to act on behalf of ehird.
CFJ 2044: comex violated rule 2185 by failing to assign a judgement to an open and applicable judicial question of CFJ 2006 as soon as possible.
CFJ 2043: comex violated rule 2185 by failing to assign a judgement to an open and applicable judicial question of CFJ 1996 as soon as possible.
CFJ 2042: If a partnership dissolves after having incurred obligations from another contract, the former members may be required by an equity settlement involving the second contract to be a parties to the settlement.
CFJ 2041: If a partnership incurs contract obligations from another contract while a particular member is a member, and that member departs the partnership, the member in question may be required by an equity settlement involving the second contract to be a party to the settlement, even if the partnership agreement does not explicitly allow this.
CFJ 2040: If a partnership is party to another contract, individual members of the contract may be required, by an equity settlement involving the second contract, to be parties to the settlement, even if the partnership agreement does not explicitly allow this.
CFJ 2039: The Judgement of CFJ 2029 indicates that BobTHJ is in violation of point 12 of the AAA contract by not creating a mill in the possession of Quazie after revoking 3 points from em.
CFJ 2038: Due to eir deregistration ehird has not acted in the manner envisioned by section 11 of the contract.
CFJ 2037: ehird violated R1742 by not acting in accordance with section 11 of the Protection Racket agreement when he posted a pledge allowing anyone to act on eir behalf.
CFJ 2036: Murphy took all of the AFO's assets.
CFJ 2035: If the previous CFJ is found TRUE, its judge CAN and SHOULD award comex the Patent Title Scamster by announcement.
CFJ 2034: comex has shown great enthusiasm, persistence, or skill in the perpetrating of scams.
CFJ 2033: The Agoran Agricultural Association is a contest
CFJ 2032: The hypothetical contract in the evidence section, if made a contest, would be effective, because neither Rule 101 (vi.) nor Rule 478 would prevent its operation.
CFJ 2031: ehird violated rule 2149 by knowingly or recklessly making a false statement.
CFJ 2030: It is possible for ehird to cause woggle to vote by announcing 'On behalf of woggle: woggle retracts eir votes on proposal 5568 and votes AGAINST x 6 on proposal 5568'.
CFJ 2029: As a result of removing 3 points from Quazie on Jun 17, 2008 at 12:00 PM BobTHJ must create a mill, other than land #98, in Quazie's possession or BobTHJ is in violation of the AAA contract
CFJ 2028: the Reformed Bank of Agora violated R2144 by registering while having the same basis (BobTHJ and Ivan Hope CXXVII) as the Protection Racket, a registered player.
CFJ 2027: The Notary is the recordkeepor of public contracts.
CFJ 2027a
CFJ 2026: The Left Hand is a public contract.
CFJ 2026a
CFJ 2025: comex violated rule 2149 by lying in the quoted message.
CFJ 2024: comex deregistered sometime around or on Thursday, June 19th, 2008 at 8:06:36pm MDT.
CFJ 2023: root broke rule 1742 by failing to act in accordance with the Brainfuck Golf contract.
CFJ 2022: comex violated Rule 1504 by failing to publish an apology for CFJ 1942.
CFJ 2021: If an entity is both a public message and a forum, it is necessarily a public forum.
CFJ 2020: BobTHJ violated Rule 2158 by judging CFJ 2005 UNDECIDABLE.
CFJ 2020a
CFJ 2017: I am a first-class partnership.
CFJ 2016: Quazie violated rule 2149 by publicly claiming in message <aa8936fe0806161718q6d3862fbl2e343709396fca5f@mail.gmail.com> that Echidna and Typhon are coauthors (or a coauthor) of the proposal that e submitted in that message.
CFJ 2015: BobTHJ successfully created land #98 in Quazie's possession On or about Tue, Jun 17, 2008 at 12:59 PM.
CFJ 2014: If ehrid was able to act on my behalf at the time CFJ 1999 and CFJ 2000 were called one or more of the set of {CFJ 1999, CFJ 2000} would've been TRUE.
CFJ 2013: Rule 2141 implies that a rule can destroy the universe.
CFJ 2012: comex breached Rule 1742 by continued failure to comply with the terms of the binding Equation of CFJ 1915
CFJ 2012a
CFJ 2011: comex breached Rule 1742 by continued failure to comply with the terms of the binding Vote Market contract.
CFJ 2011a
CFJ 2010: OscarMeyr violated rule 2149 by claiming there was "nothing to see here" when in fact there was.
CFJ 2009: Ivan Hope violated rule 1742 by initiating this CFJ.
CFJ 2008: Ehird deregistered on June 13, 2008, at or around 19:31 UTC
CFJ 2007: Ivan Hope CXXVII is in the chokey.
CFJ 2006: ehird's vote in the Assessor election is valid.
CFJ 2005: Schrodinger's Cat is a player.
CFJ 2005a
CFJ 2004: Ivan Hope breached Rule 2149 (Truthfulness) by saying "By the way, did I mention I didn't have 50 pens in the first place, so you just gave me free stuff?" while believing e did have at least 50 pens at the time (on or about Mon, 09 Jun 2008 13:11:46 -0400) e claimed to transfer 50 pens to comex.
CFJ 2003: Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton breached rule 101 by failing to treat Agora right good forever
CFJ 2002: Rule 2193 is at least one of: (1) a Monster; (2) the Monster.
CFJ 2001: Murphy violated rule 1871 by rotating the bench while the Pineapple Partnership is qualified to judge.
CFJ 2000: ehird was deregistered when ehrid posted the following message: "I perform the following action on behalf of Quazie: {I deregister.}"
CFJ 1999: Quazie was deregistered when ehrid posted the following message: "I perform the following action on behalf of Quazie: {I deregister.}"
CFJ 1998: No change will occur to the OBJECTIONABLE contract based on comex's statement: 'Without 3 OBJECTIONS (I don't have any, for that matter), I hereby amend the OBJECTIONABLE contract to read: {{ 1. Any person can join this contract by announcement. 2. Any person other than Quazie can leave this contract by announcement. 3. Any person other than Quazie can perform any action on behalf of Quazie by announcement. }}' regardless of the number of objections that occur
CFJ 1997: The following two statements have different meanings, 1 - Without 3 OBJECTIONS, I hereby amend the OBJECTIONABLE contract to read: {{ 1. Any person can join this contract by announcement. 2. Any person other than Quazie can leave this contract by announcement. 3. Any person other than Quazie can perform any action on behalf of Quazie by announcement. }} 2 - Without 3 objections , I hereby amend the OBJECTIONABLE contract to read: {{ 1. Any person can join this contract by announcement. 2. Any person other than Quazie can leave this contract by announcement. 3. Any person other than Quazie can perform any action on behalf of Quazie by announcement. }}
CFJ 1996: On or about Mon, 09 Jun 2008 15:03:27 -0400, comex gave Ivan Hope 50 pens
CFJ 1995: Ivan Hope breached Rule 2149 (Truthfulness) by claiming (on or about Mon, 09 Jun 2008 13:11:46 -0400) to give comex 50 pens.
CFJ 1994: The PerlNomic Partnership has voted FOR on the Agoran decision on whether to adopt proposal 5545.
CFJ 1993: Murphy breached rule 2158 by failing to recuse the judicial panel of comex, Pavitra and pikhq with cause.
CFJ 1992: It is an entity, where the aforementioned 'it' is any thing.
CFJ 1991: ehird has apologised as required by the judgement of the question on sentencing of CFJ 1943.
CFJ 1990: The CotC CAN assign a poorly qualified player to judge a case.
CFJ 1989: All actions are regulated.
CFJ 1988: It's an entity.
CFJ 1987: The Lost and Found Department owns the oddball {2/3,3/4}
CFJ 1986: Ivan Hope CXXVII owns the oddball {2/3,3/4}
CFJ 1985: The first paragraph of Rule 1586 has no effect.
CFJ 1984: At least one of the following statements is true: - War is Peace. - Freedom is Slavery. - Ignorance is Strength.
CFJ 1984a
CFJ 1983: There is a CFJ with ID number 1934
CFJ 1982: comex CAN initiate an equity case concerning the Gnarlier Contract
CFJ 1981: If I am judged GUILTY in CFJ 1935, a sentence other than DISCHARGE is appropriate
CFJ 1980: comex CAN initiate an equity case concerning the Gnarlier Contract
CFJ 1979: When CFJ 1972 was called, it was possible for Pavitra to make Kiwi into a contest without 3 objections.
CFJ 1978: Wooble has a Cyan ribbon.
CFJ 1977: If a player announces "I pledge {this is the Pear contract}; the following sentence has no effect. I pledge {this is the Papaya contract}; the preceding sentence has no effect.", and no attempt is made to dissolve the Pear contract, then another player CAN join the Pear contract by announcement.
CFJ 1976: ais523 could, at the time this CFJ was called, leave The Gnarly Contract by announcement
CFJ 1976a
CFJ 1975: ais523 could, at the time this CFJ was called, leave The Gnarly Contract by announcement
CFJ 1975a
CFJ 1974: When CFJ 1972 was called, it was possible for Pavrita to leave Kiwi.
CFJ 1973: Pavitra is a party to Kiwi.
CFJ 1973a
CFJ 1972: Pavitra is a party to Mango.
CFJ 1972a
CFJ 1971: It is possible to take a game action even in a message which includes the disclaimer in the evidence section.
CFJ 1970: "A few CFJs" accurately describes the amount of CFJs I have recently called.
CFJ 1969: "A few CFJs" accurately describes the amount of CFJs I have recently called.
CFJ 1968: "A few CFJs" accurately describes the amount of CFJs I have recently called.
CFJ 1967: "A few CFJs" accurately describes the amount of CFJs I have recently called.
CFJ 1966: R101 item i. reads: i. The map being obviously the most important rule, every person has the right to move it back up to the top of the ruleset if the Rulekeepor put it down near the bottom again.
CFJ 1966a
CFJ 1966b
CFJ 1966c
CFJ 1965: ehird's Announcement of Chaos caused at least one contract to terminate.
CFJ 1964: Ivan Hope violated rule 2149 by making a public statement that two plus two is five.
CFJ 1963: Ivan Hope violated Rule 2173 by revealing the text of that private contract.
CFJ 1962: In the quoted message, ehird sent an infinite number of messages.
CFJ 1961: Proposal A is distributed and is filibustered (and remains filibustered) during emergency session; given no rule changes, a week and a day later, a vote cast on it may be valid.
CFJ 1960: If a player's voting limit on an Agoran decision reduces during that decision's voting period, then all votes that that player has already cast on that decision are no longer valid.
CFJ 1959: If a player's voting limit on an Agoran decision reduces during that decision's voting period, then all votes that that player has already cast on that decision are still valid.
CFJ 1958: There exists at least one rule with Power = 1.
CFJ 1957: There is a pen that owns at least 1 crumpet.
CFJ 1956: There is a pen that owns at least 5 crumpets.
CFJ 1955: If Rule 101 gives me the right to perform an action in this game, but the Rules do not define a mechanism for performing that action, I can perform it by announcement.
CFJ 1954: In the message archived at the URL <http://www.agoranomic.org/cgi-bi n/mailman/private/agora-business/2008-May/010573.html>, ehird won the game.
CFJ 1953: A individual player may be found GUILTY in a criminal case for an action performed by a judicial panel of which e is a member, if the judicial panel performs the action as described in R2157.
CFJ 1952: comex violated Rule 101(vii) and Goethe's defined rights by initiating a criminal case against Goethe, when Goethe is already being punished for the same single action (by having to defend emself in a separate, previously-initiated criminal case).
CFJ 1951: Goethe violated Rule 217 by submitting a judgement (on behalf of an appeal panel) for the appeal case CFJ 1932a.
CFJ 1950: Wooble breached Rule 2157 by failing to ensure that the panel met all of its obligations in appeal case 1932a. Specifically, the panel failed to meet its obligation to assign an appropriate judgement in that case.
CFJ 1949: Murphy breached Rule 2157 by failing to ensure that the panel met all of its obligations in appeal case 1932a. Specifically, the panel failed to meet its obligation to assign an appropriate judgement in that case.
CFJ 1948: Goethe breached Rule 2157 by failing to ensure that the panel met all of its obligations in appeal case 1932a. Specifically, the panel failed to meet its obligation to assign an appropriate judgement in that case.
CFJ 1947: If an appealed equity case judgement is REMANDED or REASSIGNED, the original (prior) judgement remains a binding agreement.
CFJ 1946: In the message found at <http://www.agoranomic.org/cgi-bin/mailman/p rivate/agora-business/2008-May/010509.html>, ihope agreed to something.
CFJ 1945: Wooble violated Rule 101 by alienating new players by insulting eir religion.
CFJ 1944: If I were to post to a public forum any of the following statements, I would be a player: 1. I am a player. 2. I declare myself to be a player.
CFJ 1943: ehird breached Rule 1742 by not acting in accordance with eir obligations under the Ducks & Platypuses agreement, by being a party to that agreement.
CFJ 1942: comex breached Rule 1742 by not acting in accordance with eir obligations under the Ducks & Platypuses agreement, by being a party to that agreement.
CFJ 1941: A contract can allow arbitrary persons to act on behalf of its parties.
CFJ 1940: Ivan Hope violated Rule 1742 by not transferring one pen to Murphy as soon as possible after making this pledge.
CFJ 1939: If a rule states that an action is regulated, that does not prevent that action from taking place, but only prevents that thing from taking place under rule 101(ii) (and therefore makes it impossible to take that action unless another rule makes it possible).
CFJ 1938: ais523 violated Rule 2158 by assigning an inappropriate judgement to CFJ 1932.
CFJ 1937: root is the contestmaster of the equation of CFJ1932.
CFJ 1937a
CFJ 1936: The judge in an equity case CAN make the equation a contest by stating it is one.
CFJ 1936a
CFJ 1935: comex violated Rule 1742 by failing to act in accordance with eir obligations under the CFJ 1915 equation.
CFJ 1935a
CFJ 1934: Hello!
CFJ 1933: Due to the LAND GRAB pledge, Goethe is the recordkeeper for the types of crops currencies referenced by the Agoran Agricultural Association contract.
CFJ 1932: I haven't left the contract at my first opportunity, as is expected of me.
CFJ 1932a
CFJ 1931: IRCNomic is a public contract.
CFJ 1930: It is impossible for a player to become Referee within the meaning of the public contract that is the backing document for XP without failing to do something that its paragraph 8 specifies that the Referee SHALL do in that situation, under the current set of rules.
CFJ 1929: comex breached Rule 1742 by claiming that contract R requires that we "*pretend*" that it's a rule, which is not treating it like a rule, but rather a pretend rule, thereby violating its terms
CFJ 1927: comex has failed to submit Sell Tickets as required by section 2 of this Equation. The other parties have failed to suggest suitable tickets as required in section 3 of the equation.
CFJ 1926: If a pledge contains no explicit exit clause, a party may leave it by announcement.
CFJ 1925: In eir report, the Notary is required to list Agora's Child as a member of the set of parties to a public contract concerning Trouts and Jester's Caps.
CFJ 1925a
CFJ 1924: The message in the evidence section (1) would be invalid because "30 days, or until e updates the player list..." is not a valid duration (ignoring any other problems with the message)
CFJ 1923: pikhq has a bean.
CFJ 1922: Murphy has at least one bean.
CFJ 1921: If I publish the following statement 'I'll give a quatloo to you, comex, if you give me a dingbat', and quatloos and dingbats are Agoran quantities, and comex publishes 'Okay' in reference to the statement, it forms a binding agreement (a contract).
CFJ 1920: If the offer in the evidence section (1) were published by me, then accepted, any person would be able to become a party to the resultant contract by announcement.
CFJ 1919: pikhq breached Rule 2135 by neglecting his duty to update the Nomic Wiki page in the month of February.
CFJ 1918: pikhq breached Rule 2135 by misrepresenting Agora on the Nomic Wiki by failing to include my name in the players list.
CFJ 1917: Goethe violated rule 2143 by not publishing a Notary report last month.
CFJ 1916: In the quoted message, Iammars consented to something.
CFJ 1915: comex has breached the Vote Market agreement by failing to restore his VP to a level at or above 50 within 60 days of when it first fell below that threshold.
CFJ 1914: Rule 2166 exists.
CFJ 1913: Bob is a first-class person.
CFJ 1912: Bob is a player.
CFJ 1911: Bob is a person.
CFJ 1910: One or more partnerships exist.
CFJ 1909: CFJ 1903a has been judged.
CFJ 1908: A concurring opinion has been published by the judicial panel in CFJ 1903a.
CFJ 1907: pikhq violated Rule 208 by failing to resolve eir intent to appeal CFJ 1856.
CFJ 1906: comex violated rule 2149 by claiming in message <6bf32280802080851i14c79ea9oa8fc2768a80bc7af@mail.gmail.com> that proposal 5419 passed while not believing that to be true.
CFJ 1905: There is a Rule 9999.
CFJ 1904: comex violated Rule 2149/8, Truthfulness, by falsely claiming that there exists a rule 9999.
CFJ 1903: The above question initiated an inquiry case.
CFJ 1903a
CFJ 1902: Making the public statement 'This statement is not true' would cause the person making that statement to violate Rule 2149.
CFJ 1901: Y is a contract.
CFJ 1900: Zefram CAN register.
CFJ 1899: BobTHJ CAN register.
CFJ 1898: Zefram is a player.
CFJ 1897: BobTHJ is a player
CFJ 1897a
CFJ 1896: There exists a R2160 'position' that is not an office
CFJ 1896a
CFJ 1895: BobTHJ is an R2160 'position'
CFJ 1894: an inquiry case CAN be initiated with a question taking the role of the statement to be inquired into
CFJ 1893: comex successfully caused at least one player other than emself to cast a vote on Proposal 5419.
CFJ 1892: comex's non-binding agreement 'X' is a contract.
CFJ 1891: If the Speaker fails to assign prerogatives for the upcoming month in the seven days before the beginning of a month, e CAN assign prerogatives (for that month) after the month has begun.
CFJ 1891a
CFJ 1890: The Speaker CAN assign prerogatives for the upcoming month in the seven days before the beginning of a month.
CFJ 1890a
CFJ 1889: Zefram violated Rule 2149 in the above message by making the statement "I intend to deputise for BobTHJ to deregister em." while not reasonably believing it to be true.
CFJ 1888: The above message was a public message.
CFJ 1887: Making the public statement 'This statement is a lie' would cause the person making that statement to violate Rule 2149.
CFJ 1886: BobTHJ has not deregistered.
CFJ 1885: Eris' votes of ROOT on Proposal 5412 were valid.
CFJ 1884: Where the above referenced decision on amending the Vote Market agreement able to be validly resolved as of the calling of this CFJ would pikhq's vote of OBJECT be valid?
CFJ 1883: Where the above referenced decision on amending the Vote Market agreement able to be validly resolved as of the calling of this CFJ would Pavitra's vote of OBJECT be valid?
CFJ 1882: watcher is a Player
CFJ 1882a
CFJ 1881: rule 2029 requires Agorans to always Dance a Powerful Dance.
CFJ 1880: The Agoran Agricultural Association is a contract.
CFJ 1879: Canada is a nomic.
CFJ 1879a
CFJ 1878: It is possible to, by announcement, cease to be a party to a contract which has exactly 1 party and which is both a location and a pledge when the contract explicitly permits this.
CFJ 1877: It is possible to cease to be a party to a location which has exactly 1 party by announcement when the text of the location explicitly permits this.
CFJ 1876: It is possible to cease to be a party to a pledge which has exactly 1 party by announcement when the text of pledge explicitly permits this.
CFJ 1875: Levi is The Speaker.
CFJ 1874: Murphy is The Speaker.
CFJ 1873: Human Point Two Bears the patent title Minister Without Portfolio.
CFJ 1872: The Vote Market is a contract.
CFJ 1871: If a judge makes the right judgement but for the wrong reasons, then e has made an inappropriate judgement.
CFJ 1870: where a prerogative has been assigned to a person for a particular month, and no assignment of prerogatives has yet been made for the following month, that person loses that prerogative at the end of that month
CFJ 1870a
CFJ 1869: it is possible to join the Vote Market while already a member of the Vote Market.
CFJ 1868: woggle breached Rule 911 by assigning an inappropriate judgment to CFJ 1860a.
CFJ 1867: root breached Rule 911 by assigning an inappropriate judgment to CFJ 1860a.
CFJ 1866: Murphy breached Rule 911 by assigning an inappropriate judgment to CFJ 1860a.
CFJ 1865: the Patent Title of Champion CAN be awarded by announcement of the Herald to a person who has not won the game
CFJ 1864: The Left Hand is a partnership.
CFJ 1863: BobTHJ violated rule 2158 by failing to assign an appropriate judgement to the question on veracity in CFJ 1860 when obliged to, by means of assigning an inappropriate judgement instead.
CFJ 1863a
CFJ 1862: Human Point Two bears the Patent Title of Minister Without Portfolio.
CFJ 1861: Players may always be referred to by eir legal name along with eir nickname.
CFJ 1860: It is a violation of rule 2159 to falsely claim that something is a protective decree to Steve Wallace (the biological person, not necessarily the player).
CFJ 1860a
CFJ 1859: At least one of the votes in root's message with message-id <3fc761710712310956p646fddd3h9ca3b5ceb0c16fe4@mail.gmail.com> is valid.
CFJ 1858: root violated rule 1769 by assigning, during a Holiday, judgement to the judicial question on culpability in CFJ 1838 in the above-quoted message.
CFJ 1858a
CFJ 1857: root violated rule 1769 by assigning, during a Holiday, judgement to the judicial question on culpability in CFJ 1837 in the above-quoted message.
CFJ 1857a
CFJ 1856: Steve Wallace is a player
CFJ 1855: The AFO is not part of the basis of Agora's Child, but is a partner of Agora's Child.
CFJ 1854: It is possible to spend VCs that one does not own.
CFJ 1853: comex has violated Rule 2149 in his communication of voting on proposal 5380.
CFJ 1852: comex has violated Rule 2149 in his communication of voting on proposal 5375.
CFJ 1851: Proposal 5373 was adopted in Message-ID: <476D30DB.6040804@socal.rr.com>
CFJ 1850: pikhq won in Message-Id: <200712202153.34050.josiahw@gmail.com>
CFJ 1849: BobTHJ violated rule 2149 by publishing in message <56732cfd0712210825i54c896f7n9f4795405528894e@mail.gmail.com> a statement that e did not believe was true.
CFJ 1849a
CFJ 1848: Futuremyartug is a player.
CFJ 1847: when a person calls for judgement, and has already done so at least five times in the same week, e is awarded one blue mark by section (+b) of rule 2176
CFJ 1846: The sentence issued by BobTHJ (prior to appeal) in CFJ 1812 included a valid set of prescribed words.
CFJ 1846a
CFJ 1845: comex initiated two criminal cases in Message-Id: <200712181706.58039.comexk@gmail.com>
CFJ 1844: submitting a protective decree to Steve Wallace is a violation of rule 2159.
CFJ 1843: It is possible for joining a contract to take effect retroactively.
CFJ 1842: It is possible for a contract change to take effect retroactively.
CFJ 1841: It is possible for a game action to take effect retroactively.
CFJ 1840: WALRUS is a player.
CFJ 1840a
CFJ 1839: Zefram violated Rule 2149/8. ("A person SHALL NOT make a public statement unless e believes in doing so e is telling the truth.") In message <20071219230243.GL17928@fysh.org>, Zefram claimed that the attempt to register WALRUS was ineffective, since 'WALRUS does not adequately identify any particular entity'.
CFJ 1838: BobTHJ breached Rule 2149 by, as a knight, publishing a statement that e believed to be false in eir message with Message-ID <56732cfd0711041449h23dcc500id9e643c76643d597@mail.gmail.com>
CFJ 1838a
CFJ 1837: BobTHJ breached Rule 2149 by, as a knight, publishing a statement that e believed to be false in eir message with Message-ID <56732cfd0710291242h67fc331and43dd1076934828@mail.gmail.com>
CFJ 1837a
CFJ 1836: Fookiemyartug is a player.
CFJ 1836a
CFJ 1836b
CFJ 1835: In this message, comex submitted a CFJ on the statement "Who am I?"
CFJ 1834: In this message, comex submitted a proposal with the text "No, I'm Spartacus!"
CFJ 1833: In this message, comex submitted a CFJ on the statement "I'm Spartacus!"
CFJ 1832: The AFO violated a contract not to vote on Proposal 5365.
CFJ 1831: The above was a valid vote on the stability of Rulekeepor.
CFJ 1831a
CFJ 1831b
CFJ 1830: There are elephants over there.
CFJ 1830a
CFJ 1829: The Accountor is an office.
CFJ 1828: pikhq, as Ambassador, is in violation of rule 2159 by claiming the following to be a protective decree to Steve "cheesworshiper" Wallace: "There is now such a thing as a suffusion of yellow."
CFJ 1828a
CFJ 1827: The AFO's VVLOP changed 104 times as a result of comex's message with Message-ID <6bf32280711281839g6adde4a4wdf21f00d231c776b@mail.gmail.com>
CFJ 1826: The AFO's VVLOP changed as a result of comex's message with Message-ID <6bf32280711281839g6adde4a4wdf21f00d231c776b@mail.gmail.com>
CFJ 1825: Murphy violated a contract to transfer one Green Mark to Levi.
CFJ 1824: Goethe violated Rule 2149 by recklessly (and falsely) claiming that I violated Rule 2149.
CFJ 1823: comex violated Rule 2149 by recklessly (and falsely) claiming that I recklessly claimed a false thing.
CFJ 1822: The inclusion or exclusion of invalid votes can invalidate the resolution of an Agoran Decision.
CFJ 1821: Message-Id <56732cfd0712022332k5826ec06o3b92fd665a1e2751@mail.gmail.com> was a valid resolution of an Agoran Decision.
CFJ 1820: Goethe violated Rule 2149 by publishing the quoted message (with message-id <Pine.LNX.4.43.0712032043080.4740@hymn33.u.washington.edu>).
CFJ 1819: On Dec. 3, 2007, Fookiemyartug, comex, and BobTHJ won the game.
CFJ 1818: pikhq won the game.
CFJ 1817: Win 1-10 were contests.
CFJ 1816: pikhq was able to define dependent contracts via a contract.
CFJ 1815: The AFO is a player and a partnership.
CFJ 1814: The AFO won the game as a result of pikhq's message with Message-ID <200711281949.16555.josiahw@gmail.com>.
CFJ 1813: The AFO won the game as a result of comex's message with Message-ID <6bf32280711281839g6adde4a4wdf21f00d231c776b@mail.gmail.com>.
CFJ 1812: pikhq breached rule 2172 by attempting to register Agora as a B Nomic faction without Agoran Consent.
CFJ 1812a
CFJ 1811: Murphy is in breach of our contract concerning marks by not sending me 1 blue mark and 1 black mark.
CFJ 1810: The AFO resolved the Agoran decisions for Proposals 5293 and 5294 in Message-ID: <4745305E.8090405@socal.rr.com>
CFJ 1809: sentencing someone to APOLOGY without giving a set of prescribed words means that the apology has a null set of prescribed words.
CFJ 1808: sentencing someone to APOLOGY without giving a set of prescribed words means that the apology has a null set of prescribed words.
CFJ 1807: root won the game at or around Sat, 24 Nov 2007 23:29:13 UTC.
CFJ 1807a
CFJ 1806: In rule 2126, spending N+1 or N+2 VCs of different colors means that more than one color must be involved.
CFJ 1806a
CFJ 1805: CFJ 1799 is an inquiry case on the permissibility of an action.
CFJ 1805a
CFJ 1804: pikhq breached Rule 2158 by assigning an inappropriate judgement to the question on veracity in CFJ 1711
CFJ 1803: B Nomic is a Player.
CFJ 1802: pikhq obtained Agoran Consent to have Agora join B Nomic as a B Nomic faction
CFJ 1801: Agoran Consent is required to have Agora join B Nomic as a B Nomic faction
CFJ 1800: Goethe initiated an Agoran decision in Message-id: <Pine.LNX.4.43.0711171811460.2595@hymn12.u.washington.edu>
CFJ 1799: It is permissible to nkeplwgplxgioyzjvtxjnncsqscvntlbdqromyeyvlhkjgt eaqnneqgujjpwcbyfrpueoydjjk
CFJ 1799a
CFJ 1798: Goethe is a coauthor on the Proposal Contests Fix Mk II
CFJ 1797: The Bake The Traitor agreement is fair to all contestants while there are no contestants other than comex.
CFJ 1796: comex can join the Bake The Traitor agreement.
CFJ 1795: CFJ 1794 is an inquiry case on the possibility of a rule-defined action
CFJ 1794: It is possible for Beverly to deregister.
CFJ 1793: If the announcement of Partnership 1's Contest had been received by the listserver sixty minutes before the announcement dissolving it, all other factors being equal, Partnership 1's Contest would have allowed any first-class player to become a party
CFJ 1792: If the announcement of Partnership 1's Contest had been received by the listserver sixty seconds before the announcement dissolving it, all other factors being equal, Partnership 1's Contest would have allowed any first-class player to become a party
CFJ 1791: Eris's VC holdings as reported in the Assessor's report on or about November 3, 2007 have been ratified.
CFJ 1790: Zefram's VC holdings as reported in the Assessor's report on or about November 3, 2007 have been ratified.
CFJ 1789: The Voting Credit holdings reported in the Assessor's report on or about November 3, 2007 have been ratified.
CFJ 1788: The Assessor's report published on or about November 3, 2007 has been ratified.
CFJ 1787: It is permissible to judge the question on veracity in this case FALSE.
CFJ 1787a
CFJ 1786: Goethe, while holding the office of Notary, did breach the terms of eir office contained in Rule 2173 by identifying the membership of the private contract known as the AFO without the consent of its members or as allowed by the contract.
CFJ 1786a
CFJ 1785: BobTHJ breached R1504, Criminal Cases, by failing to issue an Apology within 72 hours.
CFJ 1784: The message with subject "BUS: I say I pseudo-judge (fwd)", message-id <Pine.LNX.4.43.0711050913160.1343@hymn31.u.washington.edu> that purported to judge CFJs 1774 and 1775) had the effect of assigning a judgement.
CFJ 1783: comex breached rule 2149 by knowingly or recklessly claiming, while e was a knight, in message <6bf32280711041554v63a82c17vc2925d02ad455298@mail.gmail.com>, that Fookiemyartug's personness was part of the CotC's weekly report.
CFJ 1782: pikhq initiated a criminal case in Message-id: <200711041446.04509.josiahw@gmail.com>
CFJ 1781: proposal 5269 was never submitted, and therefore should not have been distributed. Since the Promoter did this without a submission to the proposal pool, he made a proposal outside of rule 106, and is therefore in violation.
CFJ 1780: proposal 5269 was not submitted by pikhq, and it was instead authored by the Promoter.
CFJ 1779: Fookiemyartug is a person
CFJ 1778: Judging UNDECIDABLE is permissible.
CFJ 1777: Partnership 1's Contest allowed any first-class player to become a party
CFJ 1777a
CFJ 1776: It is possible to deputise for the purpose of changing all sitting players to standing
CFJ 1775: comex initiated exactly one inquiry case in Message-id: <200710281809.40881.comexk@gmail.com>
CFJ 1774: comex did not initiate any inquiry cases in Message-id: <200710281809.40881.comexk@gmail.com>
CFJ 1773: comex initiated a criminal case in the message with Message-id: <200710221616.45845.comexk@gmail.com>
CFJ 1772: comex initiated an equity case in eir message dated Mon, 22 Oct 2007 16:16:40 -0400
CFJ 1771: If an inquiry case revolves around the interpretation of a specific action, and the caller does not provide, in arguments, evidence, or the statement, one of (a) a direct quote of the action; (b) a link or email reference to the action; or (c) an approximate time and date the action was performed in a specified forum, then the judge is acting reasonably if e judges UNDETERMINED.
CFJ 1770: Primo Corporation is a person and a player.
CFJ 1769: comex has initiated an equity case
CFJ 1768: Rule 2149's obligation on a knights to not publish statements that e believes are false is in conflict with the knight's right of participation in the fora.
CFJ 1767: When comex gave his consent in agora-discussion (not a public forum) on a panel ruling, this was *not* sufficient to actually be an agreement to the ruling on CFJ 1748a.
CFJ 1766: when the CotC has recused with cause a judge who is a non-supine player, and at least a week has passed since the recusal, and the recused player's posture has not changed during that time, the CotC CAN flip that player's posture to supine by announcement
CFJ 1765: within the week after the CotC has recused with cause a judge who is a non-supine player, e CAN flip that player's posture to supine by announcement
CFJ 1764: pikhq voted FOR a proposal on or about Sun, 7 Oct 2007 16:19:46 -0600.
CFJ 1763: Eris can resolve the Agoran decision e started on 9/17 without violating a rule.
CFJ 1762: The Variety Show does not meet the definition of a contest because it is not fair to all contestants.
CFJ 1761: The AFO published the message with Message-id: <46FFFFB9.4070306@socal.rr.com>
CFJ 1760: Murphy published the message with Message-id: <46FFFFB9.4070306@socal.rr.com>
CFJ 1759: The AFO was the vote collector for the Agoran decision on whether to adopt Proposal 5222 as of the publication of Message-id: <46FFFFB9.4070306@socal.rr.com>
CFJ 1758: Murphy was the vote collector for the Agoran decision on whether to adopt Proposal 5222 as of the publication of Message-id: <46FFFFB9.4070306@socal.rr.com>
CFJ 1757: At or within one minute of Thu, 27 Sep 2007 16:49:15 GMT, root initiated a criminal case.
CFJ 1756: At or within one minute of Thu, 27 Sep 2007 16:49:15 GMT, root initiated an inquiry case.
CFJ 1755: message <46F75B65.3070304@socal.rr.com> had the effect of resolving the Agoran decision on proposals 5224
CFJ 1754: message <46EE1408.50406@socal.rr.com> had the effect of resolving the Agoran decisions on proposals 5222 and 5223
CFJ 1753: Murphy left The Variety Show in the message in which this CFJ was called.
CFJ 1752: Murphy left The Variety Show when e deregistered.
CFJ 1751: Murphy caused the AFO to act in Message-ID: <46F73781.6020303@socal.rr.com>
CFJ 1750: Murphy is a member of the AFO's basis.
CFJ 1749: Upon joining Agora as a first-class player, Pikhq obtained one white VC, and is of the white party.
CFJ 1748: The ratification of an announcement of the resolution of an Agoran decision can change the decision's outcome.
CFJ 1748a
CFJ 1747: The judicial panel of Murphy, root, and Wooble would be a person if the hypothetical Rule in the evidence section were enacted.
CFJ 1746: The judicial panel of Murphy, root, and Wooble is a person.
CFJ 1745: It is possible for a judicial case to have more than one subclass.
CFJ 1745a
CFJ 1744: Big Brother is a Player.
CFJ 1743: Eris initiated an Agoran decision to determine a new holder for the office of Scorekeepor in the message with Message-id: <fa0147d90709171857m67881bc1ib52ff01709db517c@mail.gmail.com>
CFJ 1742: It is possible for a judicial case to exist that has no subclass.
CFJ 1741: Peekee is a player.
CFJ 1740: BobTHJ violated rule 1504 by failing to notify the defendant in CFJ 1735 as soon as possible while assigned as judge of that case during the pre-trial period.
CFJ 1740a
CFJ 1739: A part of a message sent to a Public Forum that is quoting another message (even if the quote is intended to perform an action) is never a violation of Rule 2149 to publish.
CFJ 1738: rule 2149's obligation on a knave to not publish statements that e believes are true is in conflict with the knave's right of participation in the fora.
CFJ 1737: The pre-trial phase of a criminal case does not end until one week after the judge informs the defendant of the case and invites em to rebut the argument for eir guilt.
CFJ 1736: The Pineapple Partnership failed to hail Eris
CFJ 1735: Eris published a statement that e thinks is true
CFJ 1734: comex sucks
CFJ 1733: Eris violated a rule
CFJ 1732: if an inquiry case with the statement "the holder of the office of Clerk of the Courts is Zefram" was judged FALSE, the holder of the office of Clerk of the Courts would be Zefram
CFJ 1731: it is possible for a person to bear more than one instance of a patent title simultaneously.
CFJ 1730: The player Goddess Eris assigned judgements to the CFJs 1716, 1710, 1711, 1724, and 1725.
CFJ 1729: The Host has awarded Levi a total of 100 points so far.
CFJ 1728: A player who is an eligible voter may submit an infinite number of votes on a proposal.
CFJ 1727: BobTHJ lost one VC for recusing emself from CFJ 1712.
CFJ 1726: BobTHJ lost one Blue VC for recusing emself from CFJ 1712.
CFJ 1725: hedgehogcull is a Player.
CFJ 1724: eekeeP is a Player.
CFJ 1723: On or around August 15, 2007, root initiated an Agoran decision to approve the action of making bd_ inactive.
CFJ 1722: On or around August 15, 2007, root initiated an Agoran decision to make bd_ inactive.
CFJ 1721: The Person known to Agora as Peekee recently sent a message to the Public Forum containing the text "I did not send the message."
CFJ 1720: in CFJ 1715, the alleged act is illegal but impossible.
CFJ 1719: Peekee is a player.
CFJ 1718: Peekee submitted an email to the agora-discussion forum containing "Fnord!"
CFJ 1717: Murphy submitted a proposal in eir recent post with subject "What is the title of this proposal?"
CFJ 1716: Peekee has violated Rule 2149 by deliberately or recklessly making the false statement "maybe"
CFJ 1715: Peekee has violated Rule 754 by sending communication with little regularity.
CFJ 1714: A Player of Agora who is not the Ambassador CAN unilaterally take Game Actions in a foreign nomic on Agora's behalf if it is legal for Agora to take those Actions in the foreign nomic.
CFJ 1714a
CFJ 1713: CFJ 1712 is a criminal case.
CFJ 1712: CotC Zefram violated Rule 1871 (The Standing Court) by changing all sitting players to standing on or about Mon, 30 Jul 2007 22:11:48 +0100.
CFJ 1711: Proposal 5085 was adopted on or about Mon, 23 Jul 2007 06:25:41 -0700.
CFJ 1711a
CFJ 1711b
CFJ 1710: Proposal 5085 was adopted on or about Sun, 22 Jul 2007 20:31:06 -0700.
CFJ 1709: rule 1742's obligation to act in accordance with contracts is binding on non-player parties to R1742 contracts.
CFJ 1708: comex violated rule 2149 by falsely claiming in message <6bf32280707091136l373a0b37m7e5516a9279d2335@mail.gmail.com> that eir nickname is "Murphy".
CFJ 1707: B Nomic met rule 2147's requirements at the time of BobTHJ's message on 2007-06-14 in which e claimed to make B Nomic a protectorate.
CFJ 1706: Gunner Nomic 2.0 is not a non-natural person by the rules of Agora.
CFJ 1705: It is possible for the Speaker to hold the office of Clerk of the Courts.
CFJ 1704: Primo Corporation is a protectorate.
CFJ 1703: Comex successfully changed eir nickname to Murphy on 9 July 2007.
CFJ 1702: A requirement to submit something to an officer is satisfied by publishing it, even if that office is vacant at the time.
CFJ 1701: to qualify as a member of a partnership one must be responsible for all of the partnership's obligations.
CFJ 1700: Peekee's colleague Jon is a person.
CFJ 1699: comex has violated rule 2149 by falsely claiming in message <6bf32280707091136l373a0b37m7e5516a9279d2335@mail.gmail.com> that eir nickname is "Murphy".
CFJ 1698: The player with the email address emurphy42@socal.rr.com has violated Rule 1586 by having the same nickname as me (the caller of this CFJ).
CFJ 1697: Since the repeal of Gunner Nomic 2.0 rule 357.3 Gunner Nomic no longer satisfies the conditions of a Player of Agora.
CFJ 1696: Since the repeal of Gunner Nomic 2.0 rule 357.3, Gunner Nomic no longer satisfies the conditions of a Partnership.
CFJ 1695: BobTHJ can vote on behalf of Primo Corporation
CFJ 1694: Gunner Nomic 2.0 has allowed Agora unrestricted access to change its ruleset.
CFJ 1693: CFJ 1684 has been judged.
CFJ 1692: A CFJ that was called on or around May 25, 2007 is identified by the index 1684.
CFJ 1691: The Pineapple Partnership is a person.
CFJ 1690: Prior to this CFJ, the results of Proposal 4977 were not challenged.
CFJ 1689: root changed his Primo Corporation share holdings to 1 million on or about Wed, 6 Jun 2007 21:35:18 -0600.
CFJ 1688: Murphy is the author of Proposal 4939.
CFJ 1687: a binding agreement created under the laws of the state of Colorado can form a partnership that constitutes a person in Agoran law
CFJ 1687a
CFJ 1686: root has violated the agreement titled "Primo Corporation Charter"
CFJ 1685: root's keyboard is a player.
CFJ 1684: The Pineapple Partnership is a person.
CFJ 1684a
CFJ 1683: a binding agreement under rule 1742 can be made among a set of exactly zero players (the empty set)
CFJ 1682: a binding agreement under rule 1742 can be made among a set of exactly one player
CFJ 1681: Within three minutes before Mon, 21 May 2007 20:19:27 -0500, Yin Corp was a person distinct from Quazie
CFJ 1680: Yin Corp and Yang Corp are the same person
CFJ 1679: Yang Corp is a person
CFJ 1678: Yin Corp is a person
CFJ 1677: this is not a CFJ
CFJ 1676: this is a CFJ
CFJ 1675: Quorum for a proposal is based on the maximum number of eligible voters at any time during the voting period.
CFJ 1674: Quorum for a proposal is based on the number of eligible voters at the end of the voting period.
CFJ 1673: Quorum for a proposal is based on the number of eligible voters at the start of the voting period.
CFJ 1672: The International Associate Director of Personnel is the Director of Personnel.
CFJ 1671: Second-System Effect registered on or about Sun, 13 May 2007 16:09:28 -0700
CFJ 1670: where a proposal's distribution has a different text from the proposal's submission, and the proposal is adopted, the version of the proposal that takes effect is the distributed version
CFJ 1669: where a purported distribution of a proposal has a text that is slightly and non-obviously different from the text of the proposal as submitted, and otherwise conforms to the rules' requirements on proposal distribution, this constitutes a distribution of the submitted proposal
CFJ 1668: if a partnership agreement allows for the set of partners to change, and such a change occurs from one set of natural persons to a different set of natural persons, then the partnership defined before the change is a different legal person from the partnership defined after the change.
CFJ 1667: if there is a partnership agreement A, defining a partnership PA, for which the partners are a partnership PB and one of PB's members M, then PA is the same legal person as PB.
CFJ 1666: if two binding agreements each purport to construct a partnership, and the set of partners is the same for both, then the two agreements construct and govern a single partnership.
CFJ 1665: Immediately after Goethe's message with Message-ID <Pine.LNX.4.43.0705140907210.23516@hymn08.u.washington.edu>, one or more of (BobTHJ, Eris, Levi, Maud, Peter, Sherlock) were Partners as described by the Pineapple Partnership agreement.
CFJ 1664: Immediately after Goethe's message with Message-ID <Pine.LNX.4.43.0705140907210.23516@hymn08.u.washington.edu>, one or more of (comex, Eris, Manu, Maud, Quazie, Sherlock) were Partners as described by the Pineapple Partnership agreement.
CFJ 1663: Immediately after Goethe's message with Message-ID <Pine.LNX.4.43.0705140907210.23516@hymn08.u.washington.edu>, one or more of (GreyKnight, Levi, Manu, Maud, sproingie) were Partners as described by the Pineapple Partnership agreement.
CFJ 1662: Immediately after Goethe's message with Message-ID <Pine.LNX.4.43.0705140907210.23516@hymn08.u.washington.edu>, one or more of (OscarMeyr, Peter, Quazie, Sherlock, sproingie) were Partners as described by the Pineapple Partnership agreement.
CFJ 1661: Immediately after Goethe's message with Message-ID <Pine.LNX.4.43.0705140907210.23516@hymn08.u.washington.edu>, there were exactly two Partners, including Zefram, as described by the Pineapple Partnership agreement.
CFJ 1660: The words "Office" and "Officer" used by the charter of Primo Corporation, when qualified by the additional phrase "of Primo Corporation", are not bound by the Rule definition of the words "Office" and "Officer".
CFJ 1659: The phrase "by announcement" and similar phrases used by the charter of Primo Corporation, when qualified by the additional phrase "to the Corporate Forum", are not bound by the standard Rule definition of the phrase "by announcement".
CFJ 1658: The term 'contract' as used in R2136 should be interpreted as synonymous with 'binding agreement'.
CFJ 1657: The term 'contract' as used in R2136 should be interpreted as synonymous with 'Agoran Contract'.
CFJ 1656: the Promotor has distributed a proposal under the description "proposal 4963" which includes the text "Change the Power of rule 2126 to 2."
CFJ 1655: the Promotor has distributed the proposal titled "mostly-random judicial assignments" submitted by Zefram
CFJ 1654: item (a) in rule 683 requires that for a ballot to be valid its submitter must be an eligible voter at the time that that the ballot's validity is determined
CFJ 1653: item (a) in rule 683 requires that for a ballot to be valid its submitter must be an eligible voter at the time that the ballot is submitted
CFJ 1652: the set of eligible voters on an Agoran decision can change during its voting period
CFJ 1651: if a R107 notice initiating an Agoran decision does not contain an explicit list of the eligible voters, and there is later a dispute (evidenced by submission of a CFJ) over which voters were eligible at that time, then the notice's description of the class of eligible voters was necessarily insufficient to enable public agreement on which persons are eligible
CFJ 1651a
CFJ 1650: a message labelled as a "distribution of proposals" and detailing the text and other attributes of proposals, as has been periodically published during the first quarter of 2007, in the absence of public disagreement over voter eligibility, qualifies as a set of R107 notices initiating the Agoran decisions on the adoption of those proposals
CFJ 1649: BobTHJ is an eligible voter on proposals 4947-4957
CFJ 1648: BobTHJ registered on or about Mon, 30 Apr 2007 12:06:41 -0600.
CFJ 1647: Murphy's message with datestamp Sun, 29 Apr 2007 16:59:19 -0700 had the effect of submitting a proposal.
CFJ 1646: Quazie's VC spending in the message identified by message ID <4635317D.8030401@gmail.com> took effect in the Agoran week beginning at 00:00 UTC on 30 April 2007.
CFJ 1645: where a proposal attempts two separate rule changes affecting the same rule, if one of the attempted rule changes is not possible and the other is then the possible rule change does in fact occur, even if both attempted rule changes were specified in a single sentence, unless the proposal explicitly requires a different resolution
CFJ 1644: where a proposal contains the form of words "Change the power of rule NNNN to P and amend it by XXX.", where XXX specifies a text change, this constitutes two attempted rule changes
CFJ 1643: where a proposal specifies a single rule amendment in two parts, and one of the parts is not possible, the whole attempted amendment fails, even if the other part could have been applied if it stood alone
CFJ 1642: where a proposal contains the form of words "Amend rule NNNN by XXX. Further amend rule NNNN by YYY.", where both XXX and YYY specify text changes, this constitutes a single attempt at a rule change, even though it is specified in two parts in separate sentences
CFJ 1641: where a proposal contains the form of words "Amend rule NNNN by XXX and by YYY.", where both XXX and YYY specify text changes, this constitutes a single attempt at a rule change, even though it is specified in two parts
CFJ 1640: where a proposal contains the form of words "Amend rule NNNN by XXX and YYY.", where both XXX and YYY specify text changes, this constitutes a single attempt at a rule change, even though it is specified in two parts
CFJ 1639: where a proposal attempts two separate amendments of the text of the same rule, if one of the attempted amendments is not possible and the other is then the possible amendment does in fact occur, unless the proposal explicitly requires a different resolution
CFJ 1638: where a proposal contains the form of words "Amend rule NNNN by XXX. Amend rule NNNN by YYY.", this constitutes two separate attempts at rule changes, even though both attempt to amend the same rule
CFJ 1637: If no punishment is proscribed for a given action, that action is not illegal.
CFJ 1636: If an action can not be punished, than no punishment is proscribed.
CFJ 1635: If an action is not performed, it can not be punished.
CFJ 1634: If an action is ineffective, it is not performed.
CFJ 1633: If an action is illegal, it is considered ineffective.
CFJ 1632: If the rules proscribe a punishment for a given action, that action is illegal.
CFJ 1631: comex registered on or about Sat, 28 Apr 2007 22:00:01 -0400.
CFJ 1631a
CFJ 1630: We're all mad, here.
CFJ 1629: There are elephants to the left.
CFJ 1628: Zefram is wearing a hat.
CFJ 1627: the text in exhibit A, if enacted into a Rule, would conflict with Rule 101
CFJ 1626: A rule cannot directly enact, modify, or repeal a rule (including itself), unless it takes precedence over the last paragraph of Rule 105.
CFJ 1625: proposal 4805 succeeded in amending rule 2101 (prior to repealing it)
CFJ 1624: neither rule 2009 nor rule 2037 has been repealed
CFJ 1623: The Pineapple Partnership is a person.
CFJ 1622: the Pineapple Partnership is a person
CFJ 1621: GreyKnight is a player.
CFJ 1621a
CFJ 1620: The following statement from the judgment of CFJ 1589 is true 'All players that were inactive when 4866 was adopted are considered inactive for any such rule until they next participate in Agora, from which point they should be considered active.'
CFJ 1619: Any actions Quazie has preformed since september 18th 2006 that are limited to active players never happened
CFJ 1618: Quazie is inactive
CFJ 1617: Rule 2024 should be interpreted such that "same Agoran Week" means "same Agoran Week as the possibly-Excess CFJ".
CFJ 1616: Zefram is a person.
CFJ 1615: Zefram successfully called for judgement on or about Fri, 2 Feb 2007 10:06:14 +0000.
CFJ 1614: Zefram is an avocado.
CFJ 1613: Zefram is a pineapple.
CFJ 1612: Rule 1871 should be interpreted such that it is possible to publish a Notice of Rotation, and that such a Notice has the effect of making all turned players unturned, even if there is no open CFJ with no Trial Judge assigned to it
CFJ 1611: GreyKnight has violated Rule 1868 by failing to assign a Trial Judge to CFJs 1600 to 1604
CFJ 1610: this is an Excess CFJ
CFJ 1609: Michael's message, on or about 11 January 2007, reading in part "I hereby vote AGAINST all proposals currently up for vote", did not have the effect of submitting any ballots.
CFJ 1608: Unanimous (Voting index = Unanimity) Proposals may be adopted.
CFJ 1607: Non-Unanimous (Voting index not Unanimity) Agoran Decisions may not be adopted.
CFJ 1606: Goethe was deregistered in a Writ of FAGE in December 2006.
CFJ 1605: Rule 955 should be interpreted such a voting index of "Unanimity" cannot meet or exceed any numerical adoption index.
CFJ 1604: it is impossible to assign to Judge this CFJ any player who was registered at the time it was called.
CFJ 1603: being Barred from judging a CFJ does not constitute being Barred from judging a set of Linked CFJs containing that CFJ, even though it has the effect of making the Barred person ineligible to Judge such a set of Linked CFJs under some circumstances.
CFJ 1602: a set of Linked CFJs is an entity distinct from the individual CFJs from which it is composed.
CFJ 1601: when a Judge is to be assigned to a set of Linked CFJs as required by Rule 2024, references in Rule 698 to "that CFJ" or "that increasingly annoying CFJ" must be interpreted as references to the set of Linked CFJs.
CFJ 1600: in Rule 698 the phrase "all barred players" means all Players that are Barred from Judging the increasingly annoying CFJ.
CFJ 1599: Rule 402 (Church and State) may cause the Clerk of the Courts to become Speaker.
CFJ 1598: Murphy received more than one Patent Title of Champion on December 30th, 2006
CFJ 1597: An appeal of the Trial Judgement for CFJ 1594 may not be initiated.
CFJ 1596: CFJ 1594 has been judged.
CFJ 1595: Agora is dead.
CFJ 1594: Players cannot be deregistered due to Rule 1789.
CFJ 1594a
CFJ 1593: Evantine is a Fugitive from Justice.
CFJ 1592: Evantine holds the patent title Fugitive.
CFJ 1591: Evantine is a Fugitive.
CFJ 1590: Quazie is eligible to be a Judge.
CFJ 1589: Quazie is inactive.
CFJ 1589a
CFJ 1588: An Appeal may not be initiated twice for the same trial judgement.
CFJ 1587: If, as part of eir duties with respect to the Speaker's Veto, the Assessor publishes a copy of a vetoed proposal with clear indication that it become a proposal, then the Assessor is the Proposer of that new Proposal.
CFJ 1586: The text in the most recent Proposal Pool Report, purporting to be Proposal 06-017 ("Fixing Your Turn"), is a Proposal.
CFJ 1585: The Deckmastor may legally deal a card to Goethe, thus satisfying a pending draw, but e may not legally deal a card to Quazie.
CFJ 1584: Sherlock has made an infinite number of notes that The Library held a winning hand.
CFJ 1583: Sherlock played Corporate Bankruptcy on February 10th, 2006.
CFJ 1582: Conclaves have a quorum of 5.
CFJ 1581: Proposal 06-006, titled "Quick Conclave Fix" and submitted by root on February 20, 2006, is democratic.
CFJ 1580: Maud performed a regulated action in this message: http://www.agoran omic.org/cgi-bin/mailman/private/agora-business/2006-January/005510. html
CFJ 1579: Eris gained an albatross of the Thief from eir play of Thieves in the Night naming Riail.
CFJ 1578: Eris's play of Thieves in the Night naming Riail was successful.
CFJ 1577: The Registrar has not legally resolved the Rebellion that occurred on December 15th, 2005.
CFJ 1576: Goethe successfully played Corporate Bankruptcy on or about Oct. 31, 2005.
CFJ 1575: root is required to deliver a legal judgement for CFJ 1278.
CFJ 1574: All Cards curently defined in the Onepower Cardbook that change Kudos (other than fees) are invalid and have no effect.
CFJ 1573: OscarMeyr became Speaker on or about 22:58:35 on 30 June 2005.
CFJ 1572: The phrase "no Votes were cast AGAINST it" in rule 2095 should be interpreted as "any vote cast AGAINST it either was cancelled or at the end of the voting period had a vote value besides AGAINST".
CFJ 1571: The orders executed by Goethe in the second message submitted as evidence are improper.
CFJ 1570: The legality of at least one of the transfers referenced by Goethe in the first message submitted as evidence cannot be determined with finality, as required by the rule "Win by Paradox".
CFJ 1569: Manu successfully transfered a Kudo from a Contract to emself at least once.
CFJ 1568: root is Noisy.
CFJ 1567: If Sherlock has a One Share card, then Goethe errored in good faith in determining the cards to deal, and the errors did not greatly change the probability of the cards that were selected.
CFJ 1566: Eris is guilty of Delay of Game after Quazie played Your Turn indicating Eris.
CFJ 1565: The holder of power of attorney for a player who is not the speaker may deregister that player.
CFJ 1564: Goethe possesses a Not Your Turn card.
CFJ 1563: Goethe possesses a Discard Picking card.
CFJ 1562: A cancelled vote on a Proposal does not count towards quorum.
CFJ 1561: The Library can not receive Boons and/or Patent Titles
CFJ 1560: The Justiciar's report was not ratified in 2003.
CFJ 1559: Quazie successfully played Library Renewal on April 21st
CFJ 1558: When gazebo_dude deregistered, Thieves in the Night was returned to the deck
CFJ 1557: Quazie's private Orders to Goethe on or about Mon, 11 Apr 2005 22:41:06 were improperly executed.
CFJ 1556: Goethe's private Orders to Quazie on or about Mon, 11 Apr 2005 19:27:50 were improperly executed.
CFJ 1555: Quazie's private Orders to Goethe on or about Sat, 9 Apr 2005 04:28:32 were improperly executed.
CFJ 1554: At least one proposal containing a rule change, that was submitted after Rule 1561 was created, has taken effect.
CFJ 1553: The Assessor may refuse to assign a voting index to an aborted proposal.
CFJ 1552: The Assessor may refuse to publish the votes cast on an aborted proposal.
CFJ 1551: An aborted proposal necessarily fails.
CFJ 1550: When a proposal is aborted, all votes cast on it are canceled.
CFJ 1550a
CFJ 1550b
CFJ 1549: When a proposal is aborted, its voting period immediately ends, if it has not ended already.
CFJ 1548: root successfully played 'drop your weapon' on saturday april 16th
CFJ 1547: Multiple CFJs are not linked unless they are clearly labelled as Linked CFJs within the message in which they are submitted.
CFJ 1546: In reports and distributions, the Promotor is permitted to add or delete whitespace or other formatting text to or from a proposal, provided that the substance of the proposal is not altered.
CFJ 1545: Goethe's order to Quazie, ordering Quazie to withdraw eir orders because they were invalid, was a valid order
CFJ 1544: Quazie's order to Goethe, ordering Goethe to publicly announce that e is a Ninny, was a valid order
CFJ 1543: Quazie's order to Goethe, ordering Goethe to dance, was a valid order
CFJ 1542: The rules currently define no card with the caption "Your Turn".
CFJ 1541: On or about Sun, 10 Apr 2005 23:46:45 -0400, root submitted a Call for Judgement with the statement "Quazie attempted to declare Presence on several Ordinary proposals".
CFJ 1540: On or about Sun, 10 Apr 2005 23:46:45 -0400, root submitted a Call for Judgement with the statement "e attempted to declare Presence on several Ordinary proposals".
CFJ 1539: On or about Sun, 10 Apr 2005 23:46:45 -0400, root submitted a Call for Judgement.
CFJ 1538: A successful play of the Corporate Bankruptcy card causes any shares cards not in the Deck to be discarded.
CFJ 1537: Goethe has a Two Shares card.
CFJ 1536: Murphy is not a Contestant in Pakaran's Contest.
CFJ 1535: Sherlock did not gain 15 Blots on June 15th, 2004.
CFJ 1534: Michael Norrish is the Speaker.
CFJ 1533: Rule 1561 cannot prevent an adopted Rule Change from taking effect.
CFJ 1533a
CFJ 1533b
CFJ 1532: Proposals containing rule changes that were submitted after Rule 1561 was created have taken effect.
CFJ 1531: Proposal 4639 was Aborted.
CFJ 1530: Quazie's Hand is Free.
CFJ 1529: Goethe was a Corporate Raider when Proposal 4639's voting period ended.
CFJ 1528: Proposal 4639 was a Takeover Proposal when its voting period ended.
CFJ 1527: Goethe has nine Pennies.
CFJ 1526: No player's Voting Potential has increased due to Proposal 4618 (Battery packs).
CFJ 1525: The Patent Title of Champion defined in R2075 is different from the previous Patent Title of Champion.
CFJ 1524: A Corporate Bankruptcy card has been legally dealt to root.
CFJ 1523: If It's A Surprise is played when the hand size is above the maximum, the play wholly fails.
CFJ 1522: A Player may NOT draw two cards without fee by playing It's A Surprise, if eir hand size is above the maximum.
CFJ 1521: Eris has a beard.
CFJ 1520: Reasonable Doubt achieved a Team Win on Thursday, July 29, 2004.
CFJ 1519: There is a Contest named Claustronomic, and its Contestmaster is root.
CFJ 1518: Elysion was awarded 5 points on or about 29-Jul-04.
CFJ 1517: Claustronomic is not currently an Agoran Contest.
CFJ 1516: Murphy's honor, immediately before e attempted to increase eir Voting Potential by 41, can not be determined by reasonable effort.
CFJ 1515: Murphy's Voting Potential is 1.
CFJ 1514: Murphy's Voting Potential is 42.
CFJ 1513: Riall holds a Debate-o-matic card.
CFJ 1512: Proposal 4588 is in its voting period.
CFJ 1511: Proposal 4588 is Democratic.
CFJ 1510: Riail currently possesses one or more Debate-O-Matic cards.
CFJ 1509: Goethe is the Prime Executor of the Deck with respect to the the requirement to post "Hot Potato" to a public forum as a result of root's play of the Hot Potato card on Sunday, May 16 2004.
CFJ 1508: The Deck is guilty of the class 1 Infraction of Dropping the Potato.
CFJ 1507: Goethe's delegation of the Deckmastor Office to Wes on Tuesday, May 18 2004 extended the deadline of the Deck's requirement to post the phrase "Hot Potato" to "as soon as possible" after the delegation.
CFJ 1506: The Deckmastor is not empowered to post messages on behalf of the Deck.
CFJ 1505: root successfully played the Hot Potato card on Sunday, May 16 2004.
CFJ 1504: At least one of (Cainech, Oerjan, Pakaran, Steve, t) is a Politician.
CFJ 1503: At least one of (Kolja, Maud, Sherlock, Sir Toby, Wes) is a Politician.
CFJ 1502: All Players are Politicians.
CFJ 1501: All Players who are Electee to one or more Offices are Politicians.
CFJ 1500: Goethe is a Politician.
CFJ 1499: Rule 2050 has been repealed.
CFJ 1499a
CFJ 1498: No two Rules may legally have the same Title.
CFJ 1498a
CFJ 1497: If a person who is a player of both Agora and Claustronomic ceases to be a player of Agora, then e also ceases to be a player of Claustronomic.
CFJ 1497a
CFJ 1496: CFJ 1495 constitutes a challenge under rule 1941 to Eris's attempt to increase eir Lobbying Strength in eir message dated Thu, 1 Apr 2004 17:23:35 -0600.
CFJ 1495: Eris successfully increased eir Lobbying Strength by 3 in eir message dated Thu, 1 Apr 2004 17:23:35 -0600.
CFJ 1494: Eris is Immaculate.
CFJ 1493: The position of Speaker defined in the regulations of the Contest 'Claustronomic' is currently filled by Goethe.
CFJ 1492: Cainech, not root, is the Trial Judge of CFJ 1490.
CFJ 1492a
CFJ 1491: CFJ's 1482 to 1487 are not valid CFJ's, as the text was never submitted to the CotC.
CFJ 1490: Cainech's statement of 11 Feb 2004 14:10:04, reading "I lay a COE on OscarMeyer for accepting a COE that was not made in a public forum, thereby contravening R1431. ("A Claim of Error is a public message.....")" is NOT a valid COE.
CFJ 1489: Watchers are not a rule-defined elemeent of the game.
CFJ 1488: Bringing about a situation other than one explicitily allowed in the rules in which other Players are unable to follow rule n is, in and of itself, breaking rule n.
CFJ 1487: A Watcher is still an active Player.
CFJ 1486: All references in public forum to "Kolja" should refer to the original bearer of that name, Kolja A. This should be applicable retroactively.
CFJ 1485: "Kolja" is not entitled to the benefits assosciated with being a completely new player, as the player has been registered under a different name in the past 365 days.
CFJ 1484: OscarMeyer issued an invalid order by requesting that "Klaus" be globally changed to "Kolja".
CFJ 1483: when referring to Kolja in public forum, it is ambiguous as to whether Klaus or Kolja A is referred to, thereby entailing an infraction of R754.
CFJ 1482: Kolja and Kolja A are not eligible for any responsibilities as described under R1755 until the following linked CFJ is resoloved.
CFJ 1481: A Player's score is deemed to change at the time a Scorekeepor is notified of a scoring event, not at the time of the scoring event itself.
CFJ 1480: A Speaker Transition did *not* commence on January 1.
CFJ 1479: A is not B.
CFJ 1478: A is A.
CFJ 1477: Team Dovesdar has achieved a Team Win within the past 24 hours.
CFJ 1476: Oerjan is silent.
CFJ 1475: The above message contains a valid Notice of Award.
CFJ 1474: A Points Contest named Eris' Contest has awarded a positive number of points to some player during the month of October.
CFJ 1474a
CFJ 1473: There was a Points Contest named Eris' Contest at the beginning of the month of October.
CFJ 1472: There is a Points Contest named Eris' Contest.
CFJ 1471: The GWotO is allowed to remove from the Oligarchy an Oligarch whose term of service has expired.
CFJ 1470: If a player attempts to perform multiple fee-based actions by paying a single amount of kudos, but one of the actions fails, then they all fail.
CFJ 1469: A player may perform multiple fee-based actions by paying a single amount of kudos equal to the total fees for those actions.
CFJ 1468: A player may perform multiple fee-based actions (e.g. extending eir Oligarchic Term of Service by the Oligarchic Term twice) by announcing the net effect of those actions.
CFJ 1467: If a player attempts to spend N kudos to pay a fee, but the fee is smaller than N, then N kudos are still paid.
CFJ 1466: If a player attempts to spend N kudos to pay a fee, but the fee is smaller than N, then the fee-based action succeeds (assuming it is not otherwise prohibited).
CFJ 1465: If a player attempts to spend N kudos to pay a fee, but the fee-based action fails (e.g. the fee is larger than N), then the kudos are still spent.
CFJ 1464: RedKnight sucessfuly entered the Oligarchy through at least one of the above statements.
CFJ 1463: Pakaran is presently eligible to judge one or more CFJs.
CFJ 1462: The Oligarchy Charge Requirement, as defined by the Grand Warden of the Oligarchy's Budget, is 6.
CFJ 1461: One or more tax debts of one or more bouncy balls were created as a result of a message sent by root on May 27, 2003.
CFJ 1460: The public message sent by Goethe on April 1st created a requirement for at least one Officer to act as soon as possible [after the message].
CFJ 1459: If a Contest has no Entry Fee or does not specify an Entry Fee, then players are considered to have paid the Entry Fee without having to make a statement specifically to pay the Entry Fee.
CFJ 1458: If a Contest has no Entry Fee or does not specify an Entry Fee, then players may join that Contest without paying an Entry Fee.
CFJ 1457: Murphy is a member of Scribes' Collegium.
CFJ 1456: If a Contest does not specify a quantity of some particular Currency as an Entry Fee, then a player is not required to pay a Fee (as in Rule 1941) to join that Contest.
CFJ 1455: Sir Toby did not join The Evil Scam Contest in a message sent to agora-business on Fri, 14 Mar 2003 08:53:40 -0800, with the following subject: This message brought to you by the letter "a".
CFJ 1454: New York is the capital of England
CFJ 1453: As a result of the formation of root's Pay Out Scam Contest (rPOSC), the Bank incurred a debt to root consisting of one or more properties.
CFJ 1453a
CFJ 1452: Peekee has published a message containing the text "This is a single message", in emails with titles A and B.
CFJ 1451: Peekee has published a message containing the text "MessageXX", in emails with titles 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9.
CFJ 1450: A fee may be paid by announcement.
CFJ 1449: The Proposal entitled "Full Discretion Fix" would have been Rubberstamped by the message sent by Cecilius today under the subject line "Rubberstamping, Take Two," if that Proposal had not already been Rubberstamped.
CFJ 1449a
CFJ 1448: The Proposal entitled "Full Discretion Fix" was Rubberstamped by a message sent by Cecilius today under the subject line "Rubberstamping, Take Two".
CFJ 1448a
CFJ 1447: The Proposal "Try Again, Part 2 of 3" is distributable.
CFJ 1446: The Proposal "Try Again, Part 1 of 3" is distributable.
CFJ 1445: Cecilius's first attempt on 1 March, 2003 to rubberstamp a proposal failed.
CFJ 1444: A player cannot perform an action with 0 support.
CFJ 1443: The rules regulate rubberstamping proposals.
CFJ 1442: Rubberstamping with 0 support is not a dependent action.
CFJ 1441: London is the capital of England
CFJ 1440: Proposal 4453 had an Adoption Index of 1.
CFJ 1439: Goethe has successfully absolved 1 Blot from emself this Agoran week.
CFJ 1438: The Order issued by Steve, 'I order the Bank to forgive RedKnight's Oligarchy upkeep debt.' (http://www.escribe.com/games/agora-business/m9000.html) is not a properly-issued Order.
CFJ 1437: Where the Bank has been properly ordered to forgive a debt denominated in a Bank Currency, only the Treasuror is both permitted and required to act on the Bank's behalf to forgive the debt.
CFJ 1436: The Grand Warden of the Oligarchy is not empowered to remove from the Oligarchy a player who is not ineligible to be an Oligarch.
CFJ 1435: The method used by Goethe in the message with Message-ID <Pine.LNX.4.43.0302031253250.32726@hymn01.u.washington.edu> is reasonably close to the probability distribution required for the action e attempted to perform in that message (i.e. determine the Weather for February 2003).
CFJ 1434: The registration of a Player and the expiration of eir Grace Period are both "events" for the purposes of Rule 1769 (Holidays).
CFJ 1433: In a message sent at Fri, 17 Jan 2003 10:05:51 -0800, with message id <Pine.LNX.4.43.0301171005510.14735@hymn05.u.washington.edu>, Goethe tried to resign as Contestmaster of the Support Your Secret Leader Contest, but was prohibited from doing so.
CFJ 1432: In a message sent at Fri, 17 Jan 2003 10:05:51 -0800, with message id <Pine.LNX.4.43.0301171005510.14735@hymn05.u.washington.edu>, Goethe tried to transfer 2 Stems from Support Your Scret Leader to both Sir Toby and Steve, but the transfers were invalid and did not occur.
CFJ 1431: In a message sent at Fri, 17 Jan 2003 10:05:51 -0800, with message id <Pine.LNX.4.43.0301171005510.14735@hymn05.u.washington.edu>, Goethe tried to transfer 0.05 VEs, 0.1 Indulgences, 0.15 Papyri, and 2 Fish from Support Your Secret Leader to both Sir Toby and Steve, but the transfers were invalid and did not occur.
CFJ 1430: Goddess Eris is not Immaculate.
CFJ 1429: Goddess Eris has less than zero Blots.
CFJ 1428: Goethe succeeded in removing exactly and only 0.68 Blots from Goddess Eris in the same message as this CFJ.
CFJ 1427: Goethe succeeded in removing exactly and only 1.00 Blots from Goddess Eris in the same message as this CFJ.
CFJ 1426: Absolving (removing) a Blot as per Rule 1986 is not the same as Expunging Blots as per Rule 2017.
CFJ 1425: Pakaran transferred 10 Stems from the Bank to Murphy in the message with Message-ID <407606326.1041695839@[192.168.1.100]>.
CFJ 1424: The Goddess Eris has commited the class 2 crime of Disobedience.
CFJ 1423: Parakan transferred 10 of eir own Stems to Murphy in the message with Message-ID <407606326.1041695839@[192.168.1.100]>.
CFJ 1422: In a private message (submitted as evidence) sent to Sir Toby on Fri, 20 Dec 2002 11:23:32 +1100 (EST), Steve made a valid bid of 0.25 Indulgences for (+4, 0) in the December Land Auctions initiated in a public message (also submitted as evidence) sent by Sir Toby on Tue, 17 Dec 2002 10:03:39 -0800 (PST).
CFJ 1421: In a private message (submitted as evidence) sent to Sir Toby on Fri, 20 Dec 2002 11:23:32 +1100 (EST), Steve made a valid bid of 0.25 Indulgences for (+8, +6) in the December Land Auctions initiated in a public message (also submitted as evidence) sent by Sir Toby on Tue, 17 Dec 2002 10:03:39 -0800 (PST).
CFJ 1420: A Claim of Error arising from an error in the list of Watchers contained in the Registrar's Census Report would be invalid.
CFJ 1419: Steve did not lose, on or about December 6, 2002, eir right to purchase an Indulgence by paying the debt arising from eir bid in the Indulgence Auction initiated on or about November 3, 2002.
CFJ 1419a
CFJ 1418: If, after the end of an Election's Nominating Period, the Vote Collector fails to publish a list of Candidates as soon as possible, then the Election has no Winner - even if there was exactly one Candidate at the end of the Nominating Period.
CFJ 1417: A Frozen Player who is a Member of a Contest may perform Actions explicitly allowed to Contestants by that Contest's Regulations.
CFJ 1416: A Frozen Player may transfer Property.
CFJ 1415: A Frozen Player cannot be eir own Prime Executor.
CFJ 1414: Frozen Players may Call CFJs.
CFJ 1414a
CFJ 1413: Rule 1016 prohibits a frozen Player from becoming a Contestant in a Contest.
CFJ 1412: If a player is deregistered and then registers again without there being a Win since e was deregistered e returns with the same number of points as e had when e was deregistered.
CFJ 1411: OscarMeyr is Michael's Opposite on RedKnight's Thesis Committee.
CFJ 1410: The Order executed by RedKnight in the message archived at http://www.escribe.com/games/agora-business/m7451.html was improperly or invalidly executed.
CFJ 1409: Sir Toby's COE in http://www.escribe.com/games/agora-business/m7478.html was not a valid Claim of Error.
CFJ 1408: Rulekeepor Michael has committed the Class 2 Crime of Unlawful Nondisclosure, as defined by Rule 1064/9.
CFJ 1408a
CFJ 1407: The Registrar has not fulfilled eir duty under Rule 478/12 in eir last report.
CFJ 1406: Pseudorandom numbers do not qualify as Random under the rules of Agora.
CFJ 1405: Four frivolous CFJs has been made by a non-Player.
CFJ 1404: Three frivolous CFJs has been made by a non-Player.
CFJ 1403: Two frivolous CFJs has been made by a non-Player.
CFJ 1402: One frivolous CFJ has been made by a non-Player.
CFJ 1401: No frivolous CFJs have been made by a non-Player.
CFJ 1400: Only the Treasuror is empowered to forgive debts to the Bank denominated in Bank Currencies.
CFJ 1399: A Provision of an adopted Proposal that does not change the Ruleset may destroy a Stem in any Player's possession by its adoption.
CFJ 1398: A Provision of an adopted Proposal that does not change the Ruleset may create a Stem in any Player's possession by its adoption.
CFJ 1397: A Provision of an adopted Proposal that does not change the Ruleset may change a Player's Vote on a previous Proposal.
CFJ 1396: Craig submitted 5 CFJs on Friday, July 5.
CFJ 1395: This is not a CFJ.
CFJ 1394: This CFJ's judge is the Goddess Eris.
CFJ 1394a
CFJ 1393: This CFJ was submitted by Craig.
CFJ 1392: This CFJ is TRUE.
CFJ 1391: Only one valid Notice of Infraction may be announced for a single given commission of an Infraction.
CFJ 1391a
CFJ 1390: If Goethe becomes Lawless and is thus deregistered before Eris actually blesses the proposal, the proposal will not have the needed support to Bless it.
CFJ 1389: The Bank incurred a debt of 0.1 Papyri to Steve as a result of Opposite Proposal 4332.
CFJ 1388: Goethe has failed to award three bonuses of one papyrus each to Craig ASAP after the passage of eir proposals "EPIMENIDES", "INSANE STEM DISTRIBUTION", and "SpLittable Boni"; this violates rule 1479.
CFJ 1387: Goethe has failed to pay three bonuses of 1 papyrus each to Craig for eir passed proposals: "EPIMENIDES", "INSANE STEM DISTRIBUTION", and "SpLittable Boni". This is a violation of rule 1678.
CFJ 1386: The following provision of Proposal 4329 is without effect: "all outstanding potential debts arising from past transfers are deemed, for the purposes of future debts, to have not occurred"
CFJ 1385: Proposal 4323 contains an Invalid Legislative Order.
CFJ 1384: Craig's transfer of an instance of a nameless currency to the name 'Beverly' was valid.
CFJ 1383: root's transfer of an instance of a nameless currency to nothing was valid.
CFJ 1382: Steve has committed Misrepresentation.
CFJ 1381: A Stem Tax Assessed or to be Assessed by the Payroll Clerk within the next 24 hours, was/will be legal.
CFJ 1380: The player Goethe has committed four counts of the Class Four Crime of Misrepresentation.
CFJ 1379: root committed the Crime of Misrepresentation when e sent a message with the subject 'Transfers' to Crito and t on Mon, 27 May 2002 22:36:41 -0400.
CFJ 1378: The player root won the game on or around May 10, 2002.
CFJ 1377: The passage of Proposal 4318 created at least one legal VE debt.
CFJ 1376: The Rules do not explicitly permit Players to transfer their own Property.
CFJ 1375: root's transfer of an instance of a nameless currency to France was valid.
CFJ 1374: root's creation of a nameless currency was valid.
CFJ 1373: Michael's Pot-Plants' transfer of one HereYouGoKezom to the Short Logical Ruleset was valid.
CFJ 1372: Craig's transfer of three HereYouGoKezomi to a bond was valid.
CFJ 1371: Craig's transfer of one HereYouGoKezom to Michael's Pot-Plant was valid.
CFJ 1370: The message <3CD83F68.3070804@syllepsis.org> contains two valid, successful Notices of Transfer.
CFJ 1369: Craig's transfer of two HereYouGoKezomi to the Coca-Cola corporation was valid.
CFJ 1368: OscarMeyr's transfer of one Vote "Sir Toby" for Speaker-Elect Pamphlet to a piece of land was valid.
CFJ 1367: Craig's transfer of one Vote "Sir Toby" for Speaker-Elect Pamphlet to eir own insane proposal was valid.
CFJ 1366: Syllepsis' transfer of one Vote "Sir Toby" for Speaker-Elect Pamphlet to a Vote "Sir Toby" for Speaker-Elect Pamphlet was valid.
CFJ 1365: root's transfer of one Vote "Sir Toby" for Speaker-Elect Pamphlet to Rule 1467 was valid.
CFJ 1364: Once any Bond of a given species becomes redeemed, all Bonds of that species become redeemed.
CFJ 1364a
CFJ 1363: Rule 1969 does not prohibit redeeming Bonds that have already been redeemed.
CFJ 1362: In the context of the rules, fungible means indistinguishable by any value other than ownership.
CFJ 1361: ALL of the following are True: (1) On or about May 7 2002, Goethe transferred 0.010 VEs to root. (2) On or about May 7 2002, Goethe transferred 0.010 VEs to Beverly. (3) The Registrar is required to track the nickname Beverly for the Player also known as root.
CFJ 1360: Murphy should not be penalized for eir recent failure to judge CFJ 1348.
CFJ 1359: The proposal submitted in the message with Message ID: <200205010219.g412Jw062775@ke.earlham.edu> is insane.
CFJ 1358: Proposal 4253 was not adopted.
CFJ 1357: If rule 1467 were repealed, currencies would still be properties.
CFJ 1357a
CFJ 1356: The proposal titled "A MODEST PROPOSAL" has no obvious and direct attempt to coerce a Player into voting against eir conscience.
CFJ 1355: Calls for Judgement (CFJs) can have titles.
CFJ 1354: Insane proposals, if adopted, have no effect.
CFJ 1353: Craig has more than 200 Stems.
CFJ 1352: The last paragraph of rule 1969 does not prohibit transferring Bonds that have already been redeemed.
CFJ 1351: Proposal 4285 is insane.
CFJ 1350: Sir Toby's first insane proposal submitted on 18 April 2002 is a null proposal.
CFJ 1349: The Judgement of CFJ 21 was incorrect.
CFJ 1348: No Justices have been appointed in Appeal 1346a.
CFJ 1347: Murphy is not a Justice in Appeal 1346a.
CFJ 1346: The Bank is deemed to have incurred a debt of 3.0 Voting Entitlements to: (a) any and every judge who returns a judgment of TRUE on this CFJ, and; (b) any and every member of a Board of Appeals who Overturns a judgment of FALSE on this CFJ or sustains a judgment of TRUE on this CFJ.
CFJ 1346a
CFJ 1345: The ratification of the Payroll Clerk's Report of Tue 29 Jan 2002 caused at least one debt of a Judicial Salary to change from outstanding to not outstanding.
CFJ 1344: Proposal 4243 was adopted.
CFJ 1343: The Payroll Clerk may pay out 50 Stems to Neil for Neil's holding of the Promoter Office in January 2002.
CFJ 1342: If an Election ends in the middle of its Voting Period because there remains only a single Candidate, then the winner may be Awarded Points for winning a contested Election.
CFJ 1341: neil committed the Crime of Misrepresentation in the message with Message-ID <15422.32050.200019.402505@tarski.2y.net>.
CFJ 1340: At the time of the Speaker Transition occurring at 01:27:48 on 10 January 2002, neil was Electee to the Office of Speaker-Elect.
CFJ 1339: At the time of the Speaker Transition occurring at 01:27:48 on 10 January 2002, neil held the Office of Speaker-Elect.
CFJ 1338: Two Speaker Transitions have commenced since 18-Nov-01, and neither have concluded.
CFJ 1337: hooloovoo transferred 1.81 Indulgences and 3.15 Papyri to AgorEx Offshore just before eir most recent Deregistration.
CFJ 1336: Murphy declined the Office of Speaker-Elect in the message http://www.escribe.com/games/agora-business/m5768.html
CFJ 1335: The Notice of Speaker Transition issued Sat, 8 Dec 2001 was incorrect in its particulars.
CFJ 1334: Ten Land Auctions began on December 11, 2001 using VEs as the Auction Currencies.
CFJ 1333: hooloovoo transferred 0.7 VEs, 1.81 Indulgences, and 3.15 Papyri to AgorEx Offshore just before eir most recent Deregistration.
CFJ 1332: Immediately after neil became Electee to the Office of Speaker-Elect (at approximately 00:23:21 on 21 Nov 2001 GMT), Steve held the Office of Speaker-Elect.
CFJ 1332a
CFJ 1331: Steve is the Holder of the Office of Speaker-Elect.
CFJ 1330: neil is Electee to the Office of Speaker-Elect.
CFJ 1329: neil is Speaker-Elect.
CFJ 1328: The AgoraEx exists in the eyes of the Rules.
CFJ 1328a
CFJ 1327: A looting auction for Peekee began on or about Sun 14 Oct 2001.
CFJ 1326: On or around 19:40:00 12 Nov 2001, neil successfully Nominated for the Office of Speaker-Elect.
CFJ 1325: The listed Trading Accounts on the AgorEx web page are sufficient evidence of an Agreement between each listed Player and Lindrum in which the Player may demand that Lindrum pay em the specified amounts at any time.
CFJ 1324: Steve is NOT the Limited Executor for either Peekee or Ian.
CFJ 1323: If each of two entities owes the other some amount of the same fungible property, then by agreement of the Prime Executors for the two entities and without either entity forgiving the other's debt: (a) if the debts are of equal amounts, both may be satisfied; and (b) if the amount of one debt is less than that of the other, then the amount of the latter debt may be reduced by that of the former, and the former debt may be satisfied.
CFJ 1322: The Player, former Player, or Dissolute Blob has at least one Blot.
CFJ 1321: There do not exist any Bonds issued by David.
CFJ 1321a
CFJ 1320: There do not exist any Bonds issued by Steve's Bond Scam Contest.
CFJ 1319: There exist no entity known as Steve's Bond Scam Contest.
CFJ 1318: Rule 1470 explicitly permits all transfers of Property from the Bank, and therefore no transfer of Property from the Bank is unauthorized for the purpose of Rule 1981.
CFJ 1317: A Zombie cannot own another Zombie.
CFJ 1316: Zombies may not be Players.
CFJ 1316a
CFJ 1315: In publishing with the Voting Report for Proposals 4184-4194 incorrect text for Proposal 4190, Blob committed the Class 4 Crime of Misrepresentation.
CFJ 1314: Peekee is an Active Player
CFJ 1313: If a Zombie Master emself becomes a Zombie, e loses Power of Attorney over eir own Zombie.
CFJ 1312: The final auction price in the most recent Indulgence Auction was 50 Stems.
CFJ 1311: No Proposals have passed during the current Nomic Week.
CFJ 1310: Proposal 4168 caused Ian, root, and solublefish to owe the Bank 120 Stems
CFJ 1309: If the Vizier of a Group casts on behalf of the Group one or more votes on an Insane Proposal in a Public Forum, e has not thereby bended or violated Rule 1729.
CFJ 1308: If a non-Player entity may Vote on an Insane Proposal, then it may do so in public.
CFJ 1307: Annabel's message, on or about 31 May 2001, reading in part "So I transfer all of my currencies to the Bank, and then deregister" did not have the effect of transferring any Currencies.
CFJ 1306: The Basic Officer Salary is 50 Stems
CFJ 1305: A Player, while on Hold, may not be made silent by Rule 1042 until two months after going on Hold.
CFJ 1304: If the Executor of an entity posts to the Public Forum - clearly stating that e posts to the Public Forum on behalf of the entity, as if e were the entity - then the entity is considered to have posted to the Public Forum.
CFJ 1303: Razl is Noisy.
CFJ 1302: In eir message on or about 11 Jun 2001 14:57:38 -0400, player solublefish did not transfer 120 Stems to the Bank.
CFJ 1301: Rule 1479 should be interpreted such that an Order, which requires a Player to pay out one or more Properties to some entity, and which is valid and proper under the Rules, causes the Bank to incur one or more debts to the named entity.
CFJ 1300: A Limited Executor of the Bank may be issued a valid and proper Private Order to satisfy the Bank's debt for a property e has the authority to transfer from the Bank.
CFJ 1299: The Bank has incurred an infinite number of debts to Goethe for each Bank Currency, and each of these debts is a debt for a minimum of 1 MUQ of one of the Bank Currencies.
CFJ 1298: 'Distributor' is a Patent Title which may be changed at the opinion of the Registrar.
CFJ 1297: lee cast 5 votes against proposal 4158.
CFJ 1297a
CFJ 1296: In eir judgement of CFJ 1293, Peekee violated Rule 217.
CFJ 1295: The Orders issued by Blob in <20010508144200.E5865@cse.unsw.edu.au> http://www.escribe.com/games/agora-business/m3682.html are improperly or invalidly executed.
CFJ 1295a
CFJ 1295b
CFJ 1294: The Administrative Orders issued by the Executor of the Bank in <20010508144200.E5865@cse.unsw.edu.au> http://www.escribe.com/games/agora-business/m3682.html are improperly or invalidly executed.
CFJ 1293: Kelly's Order to Razl <15095.12486.922540.638717@ozma.pyrzqxgl.org> was improperly or invalidly executed.
CFJ 1292: Kelly cast a nonzero number of Votes on Proposal 4139.
CFJ 1291: The Clerk of the Courts, Wes, has broken Rule 991, "Invoking Judgement".
CFJ 1290: Goethe is a Contestant in the Agora the Beautiful Contest.
CFJ 1289: The ACO submitted by Tim to create the contest "Agora the Beautiful" is invalid.
CFJ 1288: The Bank transfered 100 stems to me on April 3, 2001.
CFJ 1287: The message (as quoted above) Goethe sent titled "Contest announcement: Bardic Gatherings" failed to create a Contest.
CFJ 1286: The Herald is required to bill Syllepsis the Zombie Transfer Tax of 0.1 Indulgences for transfering 1 Zombie to the Bank
CFJ 1285: Between the time of the creation of the "Enrich the Contestmaster" Contest and this CFJ, Syllepsis, Ziggy, and Steve each successfully lowered the number of Stems they possess by 50, thus paying the Entry Fee for the Contest and successfully increasing the number of Stems possessed by the "Enrich the Contestmaster" Contest (in the Contest Fund) by 150 (total).
CFJ 1284: On or about Tue, Tue, 6 Mar 2001 13:18:41 -0600,Kelly violated Rule 1729.
CFJ 1283: On or about Tue, 06 Mar 2001 16:04:06 -0800, Hoovooloo violated Rule 1729.
CFJ 1282: Maximum Voting Power, as referenced in Rule 1953, is a different quantity from an Entity's maximum Voting Power, as referenced in Rule 1950.
CFJ 1281: The Voting Power of Player Kelly on Proposal 4120 is two.
CFJ 1280: The Private, Binding Agreement knows as the Articles of Confederation of the United Nomic Dead Groups affects the Votes of the Anemocrats.
CFJ 1279: Proposal 4112 is Democratic.
CFJ 1279a
CFJ 1278: The Assessor has announced the results of the voting on Proposal 4111.
CFJ 1277: Lindrum's message <http://www.escribe.com/games/agora-business/m2571.html> was sent after the end of the Oligarch Auction announced in Murphy's message <http://www.escribe.com/games/agora-business/m2530.html>.
CFJ 1276: An entity is a Player if, and only if, the Rules cannot distinguish that entity from a Player.
CFJ 1275: An entity is a Player if the Rules cannot distinguish that entity from a Player.
CFJ 1274: t's Order of Wed, 14 Feb 2001, "I order everyone to make fewer bids in the next auction." was improperly or invalidly executed.
CFJ 1273: An Appeal has been initiated with regards to CFJ 1266.
CFJ 1272: All Players always have at least one inherent right, regardless of any rule (for purposes of this statement, inherent right means a right that players have even when or if the rules do not explicitly grant them that right).
CFJ 1271: There is no ordering to the statements 'I become a scribe.' and 'I become a politician.' in first message in which Syllepsis so stated them.
CFJ 1270: There is no ordering to the statements 'I become a scribe.' and 'I become a politician.' in first message in which Syllepsis so stated them.
CFJ 1269: There is no ordering to the statements 'I become a scribe.' and 'I become a politician.' in first message in which Syllepsis so stated them.
CFJ 1268: Peekee has committed the Crime of Application Fraud as described in Rule 1626 by claiming that eir Application (included in Evidence below) was signed by Players who did not actually sign that Application.
CFJ 1268a
CFJ 1268b
CFJ 1267: Syllepsis is a Scribe.
CFJ 1267a
CFJ 1266: 1. That of the following two messages, http://www.escribe.com/games/agora-business/m2253.html and http://www.escribe.com/games/agora-business/m2255.html exactly ONE legally registered Goethe as a player in the game of Agora. The other one is either incorrect or superfluous. 2. That at a time 1 minute immediately BEFORE the SEND date listed in Goethe's e-mail header for m2253, normalized to GMT as Feb 5 0:22:49 (anecdotal evidence available on request), Goethe unambiguously was NOT a player. 3. That at a time 1 minute immediately AFTER the latest distribution date of m2255 listed in e-scribe, normalized to GMT as Feb 5 as 1:19:24, Goethe unambiguously WAS a player. 4. That, from these time indications, rounding to the minute, Goethe's Window of Ambiguity of Status as Player (GWASP) extends ABSOLUTELY NO LONGER than between GMT 0:21:00 and GMT 1:21:00 on Feb 5, 2001. 5. That Goethe's instant of becoming a player lies unambiguously within es GWASP. 5. While judgements on timestamps or the legality of the first message (c.f. http://www.escribe.com/games/agora-official/m967.html) may narrow the extent of this GWASP, no judgement may extend it. 6. Therefore, irrespective of the EXACT moment of Goethe's registration, and independent of any decisions further refining the exact moment, any game events, payments or adjustments, mandated by the rules to occur to Goethe's status, which must happen WITHIN a time period following registration, must use a registration date for Goethe NO LATER THAN 1:21:00 Feb. 5, 2001 in determining time of occurrence. 7. Likewise, any game events, payments, or adjustments mandated by the rules to occur a certain time AFTER Goethe's registration must use a registration date for Goethe NO EARLIER THAN 0:21:00 Feb. 5, 2001 in determining its time of occurrence.
CFJ 1266a
CFJ 1265: The Justiciar is required by the Rules to act in some way in response to the Call for Judgement earlier in this email.
CFJ 1264: Clerk of the Courts Wes has failed to perform eir duty to distribute CFJ 1263 in a timely manner.
CFJ 1263: Goethe is not a Player.
CFJ 1262: Chuck was a Justice for CFJ 1254 on Jan 24 at the time that e posted eir decision to OVERTURN and Dismiss.
CFJ 1261: Proposal 4104 passed.
CFJ 1260: Elysion committed the Crime of Misrepresentation in eir message dated Mon, 08 Jan 2001 14:54:47 -0500.
CFJ 1259: If this statement is true, Peekee is owed 100 Stems
CFJ 1258: Peekee is the Notary.
CFJ 1258a
CFJ 1257: Peekee is an Oligarch.
CFJ 1256: Peekee submitted at least one CFJ to the Clerk of the Courts during November 2000; the Clerk of the Courts has not assigned a Judge to any such CFJ; and Kelly is not the Clerk of the Courts.
CFJ 1255: Rule 1586 should be interpreted such that the Rule created by Proposal 4090 (Debt Conversion) has no effect, since any outstanding debts and liabilities in Basic Currencies were canceled when Basic Currencies were abolished from the Rules.
CFJ 1254: Peekee possesses at least one Voting Token.
CFJ 1254a
CFJ 1253: Novalis and Harlequin are not Zombies.
CFJ 1252: Peekee has a Will.
CFJ 1251: Kelly has failed to select a Judge for the CFJ called by Peekee on November 11, and Kelly is not the CotC.
CFJ 1250: Rule 1664 should be interpreted that the effects which are applied specifically to Abiding Players or specifically to Rebellious Players upon the success or failure of a Call for Revolt, are applied based on a Player's status as Abiding or Rebellious at the time the Registrar determines whether the Call for Revolt was successful or not, and not at the time the Call for Revolt is made.
CFJ 1249: The paragraph of Rule 1664 which reads 'The Registar shall select a random integer from 1 to the number of Players (plus 1 if Miscreant is held) at the time of the Call for Revolt. If this number is less than or equal to the number of Rebellious Players (plus 1 if Miscreant is held by a Rebellious Player), then the Revolt succeeds; otherwise it fails.' should be interpreted such that, while the total number of Players is determined as of the time of the Call for Revolt, the number of Rebellious Players is determined as of the time the Registrar selects a random integer as described.
CFJ 1248: Rule 1941 shall be interpreted as outlined in pTang's judgement on CFJ 1246.
CFJ 1247: t's Order dated Wed, 20 Sep 2000 22:50:26 +0300 was improperly executed.
CFJ 1246: Peekee has paid a Fee of 10 Stems since the 15th of September this year.
CFJ 1245: The Speaker has failed to initiate an Election for the Office of Grand Warden of the Oligarchy as required by the Rules.
CFJ 1244: A given Rule's title is a substantive property of that Rule, and so may be changed as a Rule Change.
CFJ 1243: Chuck is ineligible to serve as a Justice in the Appeal of CFJ 1237.
CFJ 1243a
CFJ 1242: Palnatoke is Off Hold.
CFJ 1241: Chuck has committed the Class 4 Crime of Contempt by Inaction by failing to abide by the Order issued by the Judge of CFJ 1237.
CFJ 1240: Kelly is not the Judge of CFJ 1234.
CFJ 1240a
CFJ 1239: Taral objected to both the making of the Proposal "Secret, Unknown and Hidden Proposals 2.1" disinterested and objected to the making of the Proposal "Respect for the dead" disinterested in eir message dated "Mon, 31 Jul 2000 11:33:18 -0500 (CDT)", subject "Re: BUS: disinterested".
CFJ 1238: Rule 1930 "Scoring" is the only Rule allowing a Point Award or Penalty for any particular type of event, and has been the only such Rule since it and Rule 1929 "Points" were enacted. Therefore, any notification of the occurrence of such an event implicitly specifies Rule 1930 as the Rule allowing the Award or Penalty.
CFJ 1237: The Order issued by Chuck on Sun, 23 Jul 2000 17:17:02 -0500 was valid.
CFJ 1237a
CFJ 1236: Zombies are not rewarded Indulgences for being Immaculate all Quarter.
CFJ 1235: Peekee has not been awarded the Patent Title of Quack.
CFJ 1234: Kudos are Property.
CFJ 1234a
CFJ 1233: Rule 1927 should be interpreted as requiring the Executor of the Bank to announce eir intent to mint Bank Currencies between seven and fourteen days prior to actually minting them.
CFJ 1232: Taral currently has at least 3 Blots.
CFJ 1231: t, acting as Executor of the Zombie Novalis, caused Novalis to cast four votes AGAINST Proposal 4018.
CFJ 1230: Taral has not committed any acts of Promotor Misrepresentation.
CFJ 1229: Taral distributed at least one Proposal during the Nomic Week beginning May 29, 2000.
CFJ 1229a
CFJ 1228: The Treasuror's Salary is 0.2 times the Basic Officer's Salary.
CFJ 1227: A Low Oligarch who is entitled to cast any vote at all upon a given Ordinary Proposal may cast a vote of ABSTAIN upon that Proposal.
CFJ 1226: The Transfer Orders which Peekee issued in the email identified by Message-ID: <20000524113533.52162.qmail@hotmail.com> satisfied the Stem Payment Orders as mentioned in the same email.
CFJ 1225: The Transfer Orders which Peekee issued in the email identified by Message-ID: <20000524113533.52162.qmail@hotmail.com> were improperly or invalidly executed.
CFJ 1224: Elysions's message of 11 April 2000, reading in part, 'The Bank pays all its outstanding IAT POs (50 to Michael and 75 to Chuck)', did not have the effect of executing a Transfer Order which would satisfy the Payment Order executed by lee in eir message dated 11 March 2000, reading in part, 'I order the Bank to pay Murphy 130 IATs.'
CFJ 1224a
CFJ 1223: lee started eir current occupation of the Office of Notary prior to midnight GMT on May 23, 2000.
CFJ 1222: The message sent to the Business List by Elysion containing the text 'The Bank pays all its outstanding IAT POs' did not cause any Transfer Orders to be exectuted.
CFJ 1221: There are no Payments Orders in Stems naming Peekee as the Payor[.]
CFJ 1220: Blob is currently eligible to Judge CFJs concerning conditional statements.
CFJ 1219: CFJ 1217 was not Dismissed.
CFJ 1219a
CFJ 1218: The insertion of a blank line in a Rule is a Rule change[.]
CFJ 1217: TYHJÄ is not an obvious synonym of one of FOR, AGAINST or ABSTAIN, as specified in Rule 683, and therefore is not a vote upon a Proposal.
CFJ 1216: A Player who holds a wage-earning Office at the time Salaries are paid out is paid the Salary for that Office, regardless of the amount of time e has held that Office.
CFJ 1215: If we post to a Public Forum a message in the form "If and only if t is standing up at the time we wrote this message, we transfer 10 VTs to t.", and t is indeed standing up at the time we wrote the message, and if there are no general conditions preventing any transfer of 10 VTs (such as a lack of funds), then 10 VTs are transferred from us to t.
CFJ 1214: If we post to a Public Forum a message in the form "If and only if we have not transferred VTs to t in the last 2 days, we transfer 10 VTs to t.", and we have indeed made no transfers to t in the 2 days previous to sending this message, and if there are no general conditions preventing any transfer of 10 VTs (such as a lack of funds), then 10 VTs are transferred from us to t. If, however, we had transferred VTs to t 4 hours before this message reached the Public Forum, then no VTs would be transferred as a direct result of this posting.
CFJ 1213: Rule 1927 prevents the Executor of (the Mintor of) a Bank Currency from Minting a number of units of that Currency, unless e makes an announcement as described in clause a) and specifying that e intends to Mint that number of units of that Currency.
CFJ 1212: Wes became the High Oligarch on Wed, 3 May 2000 12:48:35 +0300.
CFJ 1212a
CFJ 1211: The announcement required by Rule 1927 must contain the number of new units of Currency the Executor intends to Mint.
CFJ 1210: Kelly is not the nickname of a Player[.]
CFJ 1209: The change to the minimum wage on March 30, 2000 was invalid and the subsequent minimum wage PO's issued April 1, 2000 were incorrect.
CFJ 1208: The Herald's Report was last ratified after 01Feb2000[.]
CFJ 1207: An Official Report ratified according to Rule 1791 (Ratification Without Objection) is ratified by an Officer, not by Rule 1791 itself. Rule 1791 is an Instrument, but Officers are not Instruments, so Rule 1550 (Ratification) does not attempt to prohibit this method of ratification.
CFJ 1206: Peekee did not gain 2 Blots due to Tardiness, because of Oerjan's Probate.
CFJ 1205: Wes committed the Class 1 Crime of Promotor Misrepresentation when he distributed Proposal 3988 (Harsher Blot Penalties), on Thu, 16 Mar 2000 18:20:25 -0800.
CFJ 1204: A message that is sent to the email address of a Public Forum but not distributed to any Players has not been sent to a Public Forum.
CFJ 1203: The Auction for High Oligarch started on Monday, 06 Mar 2000 at 23:40:31 -0800 has ended.
CFJ 1202: 23:40:31 -0800 has ended.
CFJ 1201: The Auction for Middle Oligarchs started on Monday, 06 Mar 2000 at 23:40:31 -0800 has ended.
CFJ 1200: The Auction for Low Oligarchs started on Monday, 06 Mar 2000 at 23:40:31 -0800 has ended.
CFJ 1199: The Rules required the Clerk of the Courts to dismiss CFJ 1198.
CFJ 1198: Peekee violated Rule 1809 when he failed to vacate the Payment Order denominated as avt583 when he determined, in the course of Judging CFJ 1193, that the Order in question was improperly issued.
CFJ 1197: Wes violated Rule 1809 when he failed to stay the Payment Order denominated as avt583 when Chuck called the CFJ assigned the number 1193.
CFJ 1196: On Fri, 11 Feb 2000 23:39:06 +0800, [Anthony] made a legitimate proposal for a rule change.
CFJ 1195: Doing what is explicitly prohibited (and possibly penalized) by the Rules is a breach of the Rules, however if something is not prohibited but just penalized by the Rules then doing it is not a breach of the Rules but merely part of the Agora.
CFJ 1194: A breach of the Rules in Agora is considered (By Agora) to be illegal.
CFJ 1193: The Payment Orders, designated avt582 through avt593, and issued by t in a message dated Thu, 20 Jan 2000 15:51:29 +0200 (EET), are invalid.
CFJ 1192: Clerk of the Courts Wes violated Rule 1769 when he distributed the Official Judgement of CFJ 1183 on December 26, 1999, during the Christmas Holiday designated by Rule 1870.
CFJ 1191: Wes is under no obligation to pay the above quoted PO and Steve's Private Order is therefore improperly executed.
CFJ 1190: The Private Payment Order executed in this message is executed for the purpose of paying for votes, within the meaning given to that phrase by the Judgement (sustained on Appeal) in CFJ 1183.
CFJ 1189: A Proposal cannot be distributed by a Player other than the Promotor, unless the Rules explicitly allow or require em to do so.
CFJ 1188: Kolja A. should not have been assigned to the Board of Appeals for CFJ 1183.
CFJ 1187: A Judge is considered to be assigned to Judge a particular CFJ at the time that the Clerk of the Courts announces the identity of the Judge, and no sooner.
CFJ 1186: The Clerk of the Courts is required by Rule 1868 to select a Judge who is eligible at the time that the Judge is selected, regardless of whether that Player was eligible at the time that the CFJ was actually called for or when the identity of that Player is announced.
CFJ 1185: Agora is an independent nation and not bound by the laws of any other State in existence.
CFJ 1184: Any Player who is subject to the jurisdiction of the civil courts of the United States of America and simultaneously a director, officer, employee, or agent of an American public institution, as defined by the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (as amended), is required as a matter of law to observe the Constitutional requirements of due process in the course of conducting eir business as a Judge, Justice, or Officer, or as the Speaker.
CFJ 1183: The Infraction of Debt Voting cannot be committed by any Player.
CFJ 1182: All of these Private Orders were improperly executed: * Payment Order PO0018 for 0.1 Indulgence from me to Palnatoke Message-ID: <005601bf2b2b$46d02f20$35d652c3@opus> * t's Order for me to give em one of my Kudos Message-ID: <Pine.LNX.4.10.9911020015420.25836-100000@itu.st.jyu.fi> * harvel's Order for me to vacate Payment Order PO0006 for 0.1 Indulgence from em to me Message-Id: <199910311223.HAA21045@msuacad.morehead-st.edu>
CFJ 1181: Players are under no obligation to pay any 'printing fee', and Murphy's Private Orders in the Agoran Journal are therefore improperly executed.
CFJ 1180: Peekee successfully raised the Priority of eir Proposal "Secret Proposals" repeatedly in the message titled "Priority Increase" with "Message-Id: <199911181025.KAA09187@renko.ucs.ed.ac.uk>" as sent to the PF on the 18th of November 1999.
CFJ 1179: If the Rules require a Player to act on a message in a certain way upon receiving it - without restrictions on the method of delivery - and the Player receives the message via agora-discussion, then e is still required to act on it in that way.
CFJ 1178: Rule 1729 permits voting on Insane Proposals by private message to the Assessor, even when the prevailing mode of voting on Proposals is Public.
CFJ 1177: The Proposal "Voters and Legislators 1.1", as Proposed by Peekee on the 6th of November 1999, was made Disinterested by Peekee on the 9th of November 1999.
CFJ 1176: A message sent to agora-discussion and received by the intended recipient(s) has full legal effect, unless the Rules exclude agora-discussion as a legally effective method of delivery for that message.
CFJ 1175: Peekee changed his ABC to P-Notes, in a message with, Message- Id: <199911051747.RAA18759@renko.ucs.ed.ac.uk> sent on Fri, 5 Nov 1999 17:47:29 +0000.
CFJ 1174: The PO's issued by Payroll Clerk Lee in the email sent to agora-official time/date stamped Fri, 05 Nov 1999 16:36:15 -0600 were improperly executed, due to the fact that e had already executed PO's for the same purpose in the email sent to agora-discussion time/date stamped Fri, 05 Nov 1999 12:15:27 -0500.
CFJ 1173: Any TO which is successfully received by the Recordkeepor for the Currency being transfered is properly executed, even if it was redistributed by means of the agora-discussion mailing list.
CFJ 1172: The Private Orders issued by Murphy in the message with subject "BUS: Agoran Weekly Journal" dated Sun, 31 Oct 1999 were improperly executed.
CFJ 1171: Peekee resigned from The Legislators' Club in the message with Message-ID: <83c6467d.251929d3@aol.com>
CFJ 1170: Players that hold official positions can choose to either accept or ignore messages sent to a-d which would require them to note an action or carry out an action themselves in the role of their official position
CFJ 1169: If a Proposal fails without anyone having voted against it, then no one, even the Promotor, receives P-Notes due to the effect of Rule 1902 for that Proposal.
CFJ 1168: Michael has failed to comply with an agreement that e made with Peekee, and so has broken the agreement.
CFJ 1167: Murphy possesses at least 100 Indulgences.
CFJ 1166: A Currency defined as a Basic Currency by a SLC, but not so defined by the Rules, is not a Basic Currency.
CFJ 1165: RIPO77 was improperly executed.
CFJ 1164: Peekee's ABC was neither changed or set on 1999/08/29.
CFJ 1163: The Priority of #235 "Removal of Blob's Coolness" is 1.0.
CFJ 1162
CFJ 1161: If all rules were repealed then any rule could be created with anyone's command.
CFJ 1160: The phrase "We hereby perform whatever actions are necessary to cause X to happen" unambiguously indicates intent to perform said action.
CFJ 1159: In the context of a vote denying is synonymous with voting AGAINST.
CFJ 1158: In the context of a vote appoving is synonymous with voting FOR.
CFJ 1157: Denying is synonymous with voting AGAINST.
CFJ 1156: Approving is synonymous with voting FOR.
CFJ 1155: Honourary Players of Agora are considered Registered Players of Agora by entities which exist entirely outside the Agora Nomic Rules.
CFJ 1154: A Player who is On Hold may not be assigned as a Trustee for an entity in Probate.
CFJ 1153: If the Rules implicitly designate a Player who is a Legislator to be a Voting Entity temporarily, and that Player is not otherwise denied voting privileges, then that Player may vote.
CFJ 1152: If a Rule implicitly designates a Player who is a Legislator to temporarily be a Voting Entity, then such implicit designation is sufficient to allow that Player to vote.
CFJ 1151: R.1896 (c) (iii) implicitly designates a Player who is a Legislator to temporarily be a Voting Entity after having satisfied certain conditions (eg, transferring 6 Amoeba to the Bank).
CFJ 1150: One, or both, of the following assertions are true, to wit, firstly, that Elysion is guilty of Tardiness in not reporting to Steve regarding the ex-Player Morendil's Denaria holdings within one week of Steve being assigned as Trustee for Morendil, or secondly, that Steve is guilty of Tardiness in not posting to the Public Forum a Probate Plan for Morendil within one week of having received from all extant Recordkeepors reports regarding Morendil's holdings in the Currencies for which they were respectively Recordkeepors, the transmission of said reports being mandated by Steve's assignment as Trustee for Morendil.
CFJ 1149: If entity X submits a Transfer Order satisfying a Payment Order naming another entity Y as payor, entity Y will commit the Crime of Contempt by Inaction if entity Y does not submit the Transfer Order specifically required by the Payment Order.
CFJ 1148: Midnight of a given day is the midnight at 00:00 hours of that day.
CFJ 1147: It must always be possible to make arbitrary modifications to the ruleset by some combination of player actions, even if Rule 114 is repealed.
CFJ 1146: Morendil is a Player.
CFJ 1145: The changes to the scoring Rule announced in message 740 in the egroups archive of agora-official are to be used for the current round which began June 1, 1999.
CFJ 1144: Vlad wrote: ". . . the changes to the scoring report I announced went into effect June 1."
CFJ 1143: The Order of the Evil Eye has been dissolved.
CFJ 1142: A Payment Order may be satisfied by a Transfer Order issued by an Entity other than the Payor named in the Payment Order.
CFJ 1141: A Purchase Order may be satisfied by a Transfer Order issued by an Entity other than the Payor named in the Purchase Order.
CFJ 1140: If no proposals are distributed in a given week, then every player has either voted or declared presence on all proposals of that distribution.
CFJ 1139: Judges are required to follow the reasons and arguments of past Judges and Justices when judging CFJs.
CFJ 1138: Morendil's transfer of one Kudo from Wes to Chuck was invalid due to a lack of a valid justification for doing so.
CFJ 1137: If a CFJ alleging that a Player has committed a Crime is initially Judged FALSE, and that decision is later reversed by a Board of Appeals, it is the duty of the original Judge to issue the Sentencing Orders associated with conviction of that Crime.
CFJ 1136: Wes is currently not in eir grace period.
CFJ 1135: The Order of the Evil eye was an Active Voter with effective control of more than three Voting Tokens at the time distribution of the last batch of proposals, it was not denied Voting Privileges at that time, it was Active at the end of the Voting Period of the Proposal in the batch whose Voting Period finished last, and it failed to cast a vote on any Proposal in the batch. Therefore it committed the Infraction of Failure to Vote and the Assessor should of detected and reported this infraction.
CFJ 1134: The Assessor should make determinations whether or not the Vizers of various Groups, as Players have effective control of the Group's Voting Tokens.
CFJ 1133: A group is a voting Entity, and so is "An Active Voter" as described in Rule 1873 "A Duty to Vote".
CFJ 1132: Chuck has violated Rule 1434 (Default Procedure for Referendum Voting) by failing to perform his duties as Vote Collector.
CFJ 1131: The message sent to the Public Forum with headers which read in part: Message-Id:<3.0.1.32.19990406101136.009bcec- @proxy.pn.beam.com.au> Date: Fri, 16 Apr 1999 10:11:36 +1000 To: agora-busines-@gecko.serc.rmit.edu.au From: janet998-@yahoo.com Subject: Maximize your website's traffic! was sent by Steve.
CFJ 1130: In posting a message to agora-business with the subject "Maximize your website's traffic!", Steve committed the Crime of Misrepresentation by stating, on or around lines 250-252 of the body of the message, "Search Engine Success Group - Call us at: (310) 859-4659"
CFJ 1129: In posting a message to agora-business with the subject "Maximize your website's traffic!", Steve committed the Crime of Misrepresentation by stating, on or around lines 188-189 of the body of the message, "<> Call us--we'll answer any questions you may have and provide a no-cost initial consultation. (310) 859-4659 "
CFJ 1128: In posting a message to agora-business with the subject "Maximize your website's traffic!", Steve committed the Crime of Misrepresentation by stating, on or around lines 138-155 of the body of the message, "Here's a sampling of some results we've acheived for previous clients. (These examples are for competitive keywords--not just obscure words on which no one is conducting searches.) <> 6 top-10 rankings on Infoseek for different relevant keywords <> 18 top-10 rankings across the major search engines <> 3 top-10 rankings on Alta Vista for one keyword <> 16 total *number one* rankings <> 40 top-30 rankings, spread across the different engines. <> 1 to 2 hits per week increased to 500 per day <> 45,000 hits per month grew to 108,000."
CFJ 1127: In posting a message to agora-business with the subject "Maximize your website's traffic!", Steve committed the Crime of Misrepresentation by stating, on or around lines 12-13 of the body of the message, "If your website isn't located in the top-30 listings of these engines, chances are your site will never be seen."
CFJ 1126: In posting a message to agora-business with the subject "Maximize your website's traffic!", Steve committed the Crime of Misrepresentation by listing "janet998-@yahoo.com" as the "From:" address.
CFJ 1125: Rule 1883 has not been repealed.
CFJ 1124: Votes sent to the agora-discussion mailing list are neither "sent publically" nor "sent privately", and so are not valid when voting is Unrestricted.
CFJ 1123: A Player with no debts has effective control over eir Currency holdings, even if they have granted Power of Attorney over emselves to another Player.
CFJ 1122: Proposal "3833" (see below) was not properly distributed and is not in fact currently up for vote.
CFJ 1121: The Proposal known as "3830" (see below) was in fact distributed, but it has not received a number as required by Rule 109.
CFJ 1120: "Vlad's message dated 'Sun, 7 Feb 1999 23:11:01 -0600 (CST)' did not succeed in casting any Votes on either Proposal 3830 or Proposal 3833; as a result, Payment Orders avt083 and avt085 are invalid and should be vacated."
CFJ 1119: Kolja did not have effective control of more than three Voting Tokens at the time Proposals 3829-3830 were distributed, because he had granted Power of Attorney to Steve.
CFJ 1118: General Chaos' message to agora-business, dated Thu Feb 4 04:47:07 1999, with message-id < 199902041242.HAA2542-@poverty.bloomington.in.us >, initiated a Referendum to Impeach Chancellor Andre.
CFJ 1117: Players may bar Players from Judgement in the sense of Rule 897 by specifying the Players to be barred at a time other than that of the submission of the CFJ.
CFJ 1116: The VT Payment Order labeled "RVTPO 822" in message "Message-Id: 199902031535.qaa0783-@wsinfm15.win.tue.nl Subject: OFF: Officer Salaries" (salary paid to Justiciar Crito) was improperly executed.
CFJ 1115: The message I sent to the discussion forum, declaring my presence on the recent Proposals 3825 and 3826, was valid at that time.
CFJ 1114: The message I sent to the discussion forum, declaring my presence on the recent Proposals 3825 and 3826, is valid.
CFJ 1113: Morendil has not submitted the proposal titled "Ruleset Lite, II".
CFJ 1112: In order to submit a Proposal, in the sense of R1865 and elsewhere, it is not sufficient that a collection of text "with the clear indication that that text is intended to become a Proposal" (R1483) merely be sent to the Public Forum by a Proposing Entity; the collection of text must also be received in the Public Forum.
CFJ 1111: The Voting Period of Proposals 3810-3812 has ended.
CFJ 1110: The Voting Period for Proposals 3810-3812 ended between 07:18:33 (GMT) on December 4 and 07:59:20 (GMT) on December 7.
CFJ 1109: The Payment Order for VTs known as 'avt031' and executed by Malcolm in his capacity of Assessor is invalid.
CFJ 1108: The requirement to "execute a Payment Order for 0 VTs" can be fulfilled by doing nothing.
CFJ 1107: A Recordkeepor is not required to abide by a valid Transfer Order under the condition that this transfer "would result in an entity possessing a negative quantity of Currency" (R1817). However, as soon as this condition ceases to be true, the Transfer Order in question must be obeyed.
CFJ 1106: In calculating the success of the Revolt of 3 Sep 1998, Swann should be counted as only one player for the purposes of determining the total number of players.
CFJ 1105: The method Michael used is not sufficiently random and therefore incorrect according to the rules.
CFJ 1104: The presence in a Rule of deference clause, claiming that the Rule defers to another Rule, does not prevent a conflict with the other Rule arising, but shows only how the Rule says that conflict is to be resolved when it does arise.
CFJ 1103: In the case of conflict between Rules of unequal Power, the higher Powered Rule cannot defer to the lower Powered Rule, unless the higher Powered Rule takes precedence over Rule 1482.
CFJ 1102: It is not possible to cast a Vote on a Proposal, Election or Referendum by sending a message to the Public Forum.
CFJ 1101: Rule 1567 should be interpreted such that a Player may only make emself ineligible to Judge a CFJ which has already been called.
CFJ 1100: Player Swann committed the crime of Contempt by Action.
CFJ 1099: It is not possible to satisfy a PO requiring the transfer of 0.5 Indulgences.
CFJ 1098: Kolja A. has bought plot "Area 44".
CFJ 1097: Player Macross has issued an Order the text of which is: I hereby Order and command Player Swann to refrain from using words that are not spelled the same backwards as forwards when issuing any Administrative, Judicial, Appellate or Private Orders unless the issuing of those Orders is explicitly required of 'em by the Rules or by an Order issued by Player Macross.
CFJ 1096: An Order, as defined in Rule 1793, and of whatever type, is "a Nomic Entity created in accordance with the Rules" in the sense of Rule 1513 and as such is subject to the limitations set forth in that Rule, and in particular that Orders derive coercive power from some Rules and that the Rules take precedence over Orders whenever an Order conflicts with a Rule.
CFJ 1095: The orders issued by Swann in the message to the PF entitled "Here we go..." were legal and valid Orders.
CFJ 1094: The Orders issued by Player Swann in the message entitled 'Coup d'état' were valid.
CFJ 1093: Player Morendil did not commit the Infraction of Inciting to Riot.
CFJ 1092: If a Player with nonzero Score deregisters and later re-registers, eir Score is the same as it was when e deregistered.
CFJ 1091: The Proposal titled "Electees" submitted by Harlequin on 02 April, 1998 had a priority of one as of 09 April, 1998.
CFJ 1090: No Proposal entitled "The Great Officer's Veto Scam Proposal" has been distributed.
CFJ 1089: The Proposal submitted by Swann and entitled "The Great Officer's Veto Scam Proposal" has not been distributed.
CFJ 1087: "The last sentence of Rule 1766 prevents the remainder of that rule from granting additional votes."
CFJ 1086: "The Proposal submitted by Crito with title Cantus Cygneus, claimed to be a Silly Proposal, is not, in fact, a Silly Proposal."
CFJ 1085: "Speaker Steve is not Tainted." Relevant Rules: R1648, R1664, R402
CFJ 1084: "Chuck did not commit the Infraction of Failure to Report at the end of the Nomic Week of Feb. 9, 1998."
CFJ 1083: "If a Player makes two Votes FOR a Proposal, and subsequently cancels those votes, and no other Player in any way Votes on the Proposal, the Voting Index of that Proposal at the end of its Voting Period is two."
CFJ 1082: "Chuck incorrectly stated that Andre, Blob, Crito, ElJefe, General Chaos, Harlequin, Jester, Kolja A., Michael, Morendil, Murphy, Oerjan, Sherlock, Steve, Swann, & Time Agent were guilty of the Infraction of Delayed COE Response."
CFJ 1081: "Harlequin did not win the Game upon the conclusion of the voting period of Proposal 3640."
CFJ 1080: "If the rules require that a player has to perform an action at a particular time, or during a particular time period, and e fails to do so, then e is not required to perform the action at a later time."
CFJ 1079: "Zefram's objection to the plan for the termination of Calabresi's estate, in message 199801141153.laa0969-@taos.demon.co.uk, lacks foundation."
CFJ 1078: "Morendil violated Rule 1729 by voting on Proposal 3640 in the Public Forum."
CFJ 1077: "Rule 833 should be interpreted such that it does not cause the Proposer of a failed Disinterested Proposal to be billed 1 P-Note." Relevant rules: 833, 1623
CFJ 1072: "The Rulekeepor does not have an Official Report."
CFJ 1071: "Rule 1558 prevents a Player who is the Speaker from nominating in an Election for the Office of Speaker-Elect." Relevant Rules: 1558, 1647
CFJ 1070: "Immediately after becoming Speaker, Morendil was registered as a player."
CFJ 1069: "Steve is currently holding the Office of Justiciar."
CFJ 1068: "Chaos Harlequin has violated Rule 1738."
CFJ 1067: The sentence "If this leads to a Voting Period that is shorter than three days, the Voting Period shall instead last for three days or until two days before the InterNomic Voting Period on the relevant InterNomic Proposal is over, whichever is earliest." has been added to the third paragraph of R1632.
CFJ 1066: CFJ 1065 "I (the caller of this CFJ) am my own Executor."
CFJ 1065: "The Office of Speaker-Elect is not now being held in the normal fashion."
CFJ 1063: "There exists at least one VT that possesses at least 1 VT."
CFJ 1062: "Plato possesses at least 0.9 VTs."
CFJ 1061: Rule 1585 should be interpreted such that a Player who is newly installed into an Office does not commit the Infraction of Failure to Report (insofar as that Office is subject to such duties) if e posts the required Report within a week of eir being installed into Office.
CFJ 1058: elJefe committed the Crime of Persecution, a Class A Crime, in incorrectly alleging in the Public Forum that Morendil was Lawless on October 14.
CFJ 1053: "Elde is Blob's Executor in Probate."
CFJ 1047: "General Chaos committed the Crime of Wrongful COE denial."
CFJ 1045: CFJs 945-970 and 972-1044 do not contain a statement of the sort required by rule 1563, and as such, must be dismissed.
CFJ 971: "The Clerk of the Courts is not paid enough."
CFJ 944: For proposals distributed during the infection of R693, the ten days immediately following the distribution of each such proposal will be designated its Voting Period immediately upon the disinfection of R693.
CFJ 943: The Clerk of the Courts failed to execute the required Payment Orders within seven days of reporting an Infraction, as required by Rule 1599, for the following three Infractions: 07/24/97 09:35:39 +0100 Failure to Judge by Blob 07/24/97 09:39:56 +0100 Failure to Judge by Elde 07/25/97 17:59:28 +0100 Failure to Judge by elJefe
CFJ 942: Rule 789 should be interpreted such that a document purporting to be a Call for Judgement alleging that a Rule should be interpreted in a certain way, but which does not include a list of Relevant Rules assembled by the Caller, which includes the Rule being interpreted, is not in fact a CFJ, and that therefore neither the Clerk of the Courts nor any other Player incur any obligations regarding it.
CFJ 941: All proposed Amendments to the Frankenstein Rule were made impossible by the Frankenstein Generator when the change to the Frankenstein Monster assigned to "Week 1", reported by the Mad Scientist on Mon, 11 August 1997, took effect.
CFJ 940: Rule 1596 should be interpreted so that a message purporting to be a Payment Order must, in order to satisfy that Rule's requirements and qualify as a legal Payment Order, explicitly and unambiguously state that the purported Payor is ordered to effect a payment as a consequence of that message, e.g. by stating "Player X is commanded to pay Y", the mere mention of an amount of a Currency, the name or names of the Payor and Payee, or a reference to some Rule or some situation that requires a Payment Order to be executed being insufficient for a message not containing such a command or entreaty to qualify as a Payment Order.
CFJ 939: The provision in R1504 which states that: Penalties for Infractions are applied immediately upon their legal report, and the Player making the report of the Infraction shall execute whatever Payment Order(s) are required to apply the penalty specified for that Infraction. should be interpreted such that penalties for Infractions are applied immediately upon the legal report of the *penalties*, not the legal report of the Infractions.
CFJ 938: "Rule 1513 should be interpreted such that, if a body of text has been read by a Player, then it shall not lack the power to require that Player to perform or not perform an action solely because the Rules fail to require that it be made available to that Player."
CFJ 937: "No Player is currently required to report a change in Blots resulting from the commission of an Infraction."
CFJ 936: "At the time of Player's Morendil posting eir message attempting to transfer one VT to the Frankenstein Monster, no Entity authorized to possess Currencies existed which could be unambiguously referred to as 'the Frankenstein Monster'."
CFJ 935: "Although all individual P-Note entities were destroyed by the PC proposal, the Currency class of P-Notes was re-established by R1701 immediately after their destruction by R1579, making it possible to legally issue POs for P-Notes since the PC proposal took effect."
CFJ 934: "The currencies created by Morendil on behalf of the Misanthropist's Group in a message of 12.07.97 to the public forum are named MMM-pounds, MMM-shillings and MMM-pence."
CFJ 933: "All Voting Tokens were destroyed as a result of the Pragmatic Currencies Proposal taking effect."
CFJ 932: "No Player is currently authorized to execute Payment Orders for Indulgences pursuant to penalties expressed in terms of Blots."
CFJ 931: "A unit of the currency 'Payment Orders' is a Nomic Entity."
CFJ 930: "No Payment Orders have thus far been successfully executed, for the reason that none exist."
CFJ 929: "No Transfer Orders have thus far been successfully executed, for the reason that none exist."
CFJ 928: "No Currency transfers occured as a result of the application of Proposal 3482."
CFJ 927: "The circumstances which led to the Judgement of CFJ 924 no longer prevail, thus rendering the annotation of Rule 663 required by Injunction inapplicable."
CFJ 926: "It is permissible for an Officer Salary to be defined as a positive number of P-Notes."
CFJ 925: "Rule 1671 has had the text 'No Proposed Amendment to the Frankenstein Rule shall take effect unless it is Proposed as part of a Silly Proposal.' added to it."
CFJ 924: "The requirement in Rule 663 that "To be legally made, an Injunction must...[b]e sent to the CotC simultaneously with a Judgement which has been legally made by the Judge." should be interpreted such that, to be legally made, an Injunction must accompany the submission by the Judge of the very same Judgement with which the Injunction is associated, and not merely accompany some Judgement or other which has previously been legally made by that Judge."
CFJ 923: "Player favor either did not legally require a transfer of one P-Note in eir message to the Promotor herein reproduced as Exhibit A, or if e did so that transfer did not cause a Petition Fee to be paid."
CFJ 922: "A transfer of P-Notes attempting to pay the Petition Fee for a Proposal occurs as a result of a Player's sending the Promotor a message such as described in Rule 1702 and is a transfer mandated by the Rules rather than a transfer mandated by a Player."
CFJ 921: "The most recent amemdment to Rule 1671 caused all Organizations to be required to be dissolved."
CFJ 920: "Rule 114 should be interpreted such that a change to the rules such that they instantaneously thereafter do not permit modification of the rules is not prevented from occurring by Rule 114 if it leaves the gamestate such that after some definite finite or infinitesemal time interval the rules will again change such that the gamestate then satisfies Rule 114's condition."
CFJ 919: "Rule 1431 should be interpreted so that when a Player posts to the Public Forum a message containing information of a nature similar to that in a previous message by the same Player, and such a message further contains statements to the effect that the previous message was in error, and such a message further contains information correcting such error or errors, and no previous Claim of Error has been made concerning that message, then for each such error, a) that message is a Claim of Error for the purposes of Rule 1431, and b) that message is a Response to that selfsame Claim of Error for the purposes of Rule 1431."
CFJ 918: "Player Vanyel never made a CFJ 910 with the following Statement: Les règles permettent la soumission des Demands de Jugement aux autres langues qu'Anglais; en plus, le Juge de cette DdJ ne peut pas la rejeter seulement à cause de sa langue de soumission."
CFJ 917: "For the purposes of Rule 114, if it is not legally possible for any Proposals to be distributed and voted on, then it is not possible to make arbitrary modifications to the Ruleset."
CFJ 916: "An Officer is required to take action on a message pertaining to the duties of eir office only if the message has been sent to either the Public Forum or the preferred e-mail address of said Officer, as listed in the Registrar's Report."
CFJ 915: "If a message which must be recieved by a particular player is sent to them in a language or code which they cannot decipher, the message does not count as having been recieved by that player."
CFJ 914: "If a Rule requires a Treasury to pay units of that currency to two or more players at once, it pays the players sequentially, in alphabetical order by Nickname."
CFJ 913: "The Bank can have a negative number of a currency."
CFJ 912: "If a Rule says a treasury loses an amount of currency due to an Infraction, and that treasury has less currency than is being lost, the full amount of currency will still be transferred, leaving a negative value in the treasury in question."
CFJ 911: "A Currency directive of the form 'One Voting Token shall be placed in each Treasury for each 200 marks in that Treasury.' shall, for a negative value of Marks (less than -200) in a treasury, place a negative amount of Voting Tokens in that treasury (assuming that Voting Tokens exist and are a currency)."
CFJ 910: "Les règles permettent la soumission des Demands de Jugement aux autres langues qu'Anglais; en plus, le Juge de cette DdJ ne peut pas la rejeter seulement à cause de sa langue de soumission."
CFJ 909: "The phrase 'considered again' in Rule 1565 should be interpreted such that when a dismissal of a CFJ has been set aside, the Clerk of the Courts should assign the CFJ to a new Judge selected from among those eligible, who then has one week to deliver a Judgement."
CFJ 908: "Whenever an Extra Vote is cast on a Disinterested Proposal, no transfer of EVs from the caster's Treasury takes place."
CFJ 907: "Rule 114 should be interpreted such that if a Proposal contained one Rule Change which, if it took effect, would make it impossible to make arbitrary changes to the ruleset by some combination of player actions, and that Proposal also contained other Rule Changes that, if they took effect, would make unrelated changes, then if the Proposal were adopted, of the Rule Changes in the Proposal only that one would be prevented by Rule 114 from taking effect."
CFJ 906: "Rule 114 should be interpreted such that the term 'ruleset' as used within it refers to a set of information that includes all Rules, and not merely to a representation of that information."
CFJ 905: "The wording of R1442 in P2834 will prevent any player from casting votes on Proposals."
CFJ 904: "The Player known as Antimatter currently possesses the Patent Title of Agoraphobe."
CFJ 903: "The 'Frankenstein Monster' required for a valid CFJ in Rule 1671 may be an ASCII drawing of a Frankenstein Monster, and a statement appearing as words within a cartoon bubble, pointing to the ASCII drawing."
CFJ 902: "Proposal 2818 caused the adoption of a VOC on a report wherein Proposal 2662 was reported to fail."
CFJ 901: "Rule 880 should be interpreted such that an Officer who resigns without appointing a successor appoints the Speaker to succeed em."
CFJ 900: "If the Registrar fails to produce a report in a given week, e violates Rule 101 and Rule 1502, and commits a Class C Crime."
CFJ 899: "The Player who submits an excess CFJ receives (rather than losing) 2 Frankenstein Monsters."
CFJ 898: "Rule 1671 does not specify the Term of Office of the Office of Frankenstein Monster."
CFJ 897: "The requirements in Rule 217 on Judgements apply to the determinations of the members of a Board of Appeal, as well as to the Judgements of Judges."
CFJ 896: "If a Rule Change contained in an adopted Proposal has insufficient power to take effect at the time of the Proposal's adoption, it may not, simply by virture of that Proposal's having once been adopted, take effect at some later time as a result of (for instance) the down-mutation of the Rule which it purports to change."
CFJ 895: "The Office of Notary does not exist."
CFJ 894: "It is not possible to cast the Power of Immunity."
CFJ 893: "Casting the Frankenstein Monster has no effect."
CFJ 892: "The words `other Rules' in the sentence: `This Rule defers to all other Rules which do not contain this sentence.' in Rule 1504, should be interpreted as meaning `Rules other than this one'."
CFJ 891: "Rule 1663 should be interpreted such that Player M would Win by its Provisions due to Proposals 5000, 5001 and 5002 in this hypothetical series of Proposals: Proposal Number Proposer FOR AGAINST ABSTAIN ----------------------------------------------------- 5000 Player M 3 4 2 5001 Player M 3 4 2 5002 Player M 3 4 2 "
CFJ 890: "Rule 1663 should be interpreted such that Player M would not Win by its Provisions due to Proposals 5000, 5001 and 5003 in this hypothetical series of Proposals: Proposal Number Proposer FOR AGAINST ABSTAIN ----------------------------------------------------- 5000 Player M 4 4 4 5001 Player M 4 4 4 5002 Player S 5 4 3 5003 Player M 4 4 4 "
CFJ 889: "Morendil is guilty of the Crime of Unlawful Nondisclosure."
CFJ 888: "Non-Players may make Calls for Judgement."
CFJ 887: "Andre's Proposal "General Organizations", misnumbered 2744 by the Promotor, should be numbered 2759."
CFJ 886: "At the time of eir deregistration, Scott had 8 Kudos."
CFJ 885: "The Adoption Index of Proposal 2741 was 3."
CFJ 884: "The effects of Proposal 2741 included amending Rule 1339."
CFJ 883: "The Number Proposal entitled "General Organizations", and labeled as "Proposal 2744" in the most recent Promotor's Distribution of Proposals, actually is 2745."
CFJ 882: "Proposal 2737 failed."
CFJ 881: "At the time of eir deregistration, Scott had 9 Kudos."
CFJ 880: "Rule 755 should be interpreted such that there are no Patent Titles known as Winners' Cups."
CFJ 879: "If Proposal 2692 is Adopted then Rule 114 will prevent it from taking effect."
CFJ 878: "Rule 1322 should be interpreted such that the term 'Mutation Index' is a synonym for 'Mutability Index'."
CFJ 877: "The texts, published as being Proposals number 2646, 2647, 2650, 2651, 2652 and 2660, are not Proposals."
CFJ 876: "Rule 1003 prohibited Proposal 2627 from taking effect."
CFJ 875: "Rule 1006 should be interpreted to mean that if a Rule is enacted which designates a position to be an Office, and no procedure exists to determine which Player initially holds that Office, then such a position is not an Office, unless such a Rule takes precedence over Rule 1006."
CFJ 874: "Rule 833 should be interpreted to mean that if either 1) a Proposal receives exactly one more Vote FOR than AGAINST, and the Assessor Voted FOR that Proposal; or 2) a Proposal receives exactly one more Vote AGAINST than FOR, and the Assessor Voted FOR that Proposal; then the Assessor's Vote does not count toward determining the F-A award or penalty for that Proposal."
CFJ 873: "Rule 833 should be interpreted to mean that if a Proposal receives exactly one more Vote FOR than AGAINST, or exactly one more Vote AGAINST than FOR, and the Assessor Voted on that Proposal and did not abstain, then the Assessor's Vote does not count toward determining the F-A award or penalty for that Proposal."
CFJ 872: "Steve did not receive the Salary of the Registrar at 00:00:00 GMT on the 20th of May 1996."
CFJ 871: Statement: On or about 20 April 1996, Morendil committed the Crime of Misrepresentation, by posting to the Public Forum a message which e did not specifically disclaim as possibly incorrect, but which e knew or should reasonably have known to contain falsifications.
CFJ 870: With the exception of Player Morendil, all currently registered Players who were Players on Apr. 20 have committed one (and possibly more) Infraction of the sort described in Rule 1599, in not reporting to the Banker transfers of Marks mandated by the Regulations of the Contest known as Morendil's Feline Orphanage within a period of seven days as required by Rule 1534 and the aforementioned Regulations.
CFJ 869: Anything legal Action once performed by a person being a Player, even if performed while that person was not a Player, is an Action by that Player.
CFJ 868: Assessor Kelly has committed a total of four (4) distinct Class D Crimes, in failing to publish the results of Voting on Proposals 2574, 2575, 2576 and 2577 within the time alloted em to do so.
CFJ 867: Rule 1597 should be interpreted such that, whenever a Rule directly requires a transfer of Currencies to take place, and when the transfer would result in the Treasury being transferred from containing a negative quantity of the Currency transferred, the transfer does not take place, unless the Rule requiring the transfer takes precedence over Rule 1597.
CFJ 866: Player Jtael has cast legal Votes on Proposals 2555 through 2564.
CFJ 865: Whenever the Rules place some significance on the time when some mail message is received by a Player, this should be interpreted to mean the time when such a message is received by the email account corresponding to that Player's email address; as a consequence, a mail message is legally received when the machine which stores this account's mail receives it, as opposed to when that Player actually reads eir mail, and further, irrespective of whether such mail is ever actually read by a Player.
CFJ 864: Under the Rules of Agora as they currently exist, no Player can become part of the Jurisdiction of any Compact without eir consent.
CFJ 863: Registrar Steve has committed a total of 11 Infractions under Rule 1599/0, each carrying a penalty of 1 Blot, in not reporting to the Public Forum, as mandated by Rules 1007/5 and 1475/0, transfers occurring at the beginning to the previous Nomic Week and resulting from the payment of fixed weekly Salaries, and these Infractions have not been reported by a Player required to report them.
CFJ 862: The Rules in general should be interpreted such that a Win Token Transaction as described in Rule 1493 can cause a Player's Win Token holdings to be negative.
CFJ 861: "Rule 1600 should be interpreted such that its condition for self-repeal can never be fulfilled, as long as the Rules themselves can be changed."
CFJ 860: ""Where the Rules call for a Player to be nominated to perform, or not perform, any action or duty, it is sufficient to nominate an Officer to perform that action, the current holder of that Office and eir successor(s) then being responsible for the action or duty"
CFJ 859: "Immediately prior to the adoption of Rule 1600, the Rules were interpreted in such a manner that the first two sentences of that Rule accurately describe how the Rules then governed play."
CFJ 858: Rule 1482 should be interpreted such that the meaning of a word used in a Rule is a part of the Rule's meaning, and therefore cannot be changed significantly by Rules of lower precedence.
CFJ 858a
CFJ 857: " The Rule that was created by Proposal 2448 should be interpreted so that a Transfer occurs under its provisions each time a Player casts the Votes it specifies, even if such Votes have no legal effect. "
CFJ 856: Rule 113/1 should be interpreted to mean simply that a Player may always deregister from the Game rather than continue to play. The other language in the Rule is merely a gloss on that basic content, illustrating some of its implications; it does not change the essential meaning of the Rule.
CFJ 855: "It is legal to transfer a complex number of Currency as long as the number is evenly divisible by the Currency's MUQ and consists of a positive Real component."
CFJ 854: " The Rules should be interpreted such that, if the transfers mentioned in R1451 are Class I transfers, then Morendil deregistered on Sun, 21 Jan 1996 17:58:22 +0100."
CFJ 853: "Rule 113 should be interpreted such that it does not allow a Player to deregister retroactively."
CFJ 852: Rule 1467 should be interpreted so that only the Mintor of a Currency may destroy units of that Currency.
CFJ 851: "A transfer for which no Rules specify a time limit for its being reported, and which is reported later than seven days after it supposedly occurs, is illegal and thus does not occur."
CFJ 850: "The Transfers mandated by Rule 1451 are either Class III or illegal"
CFJ 849: Judge: Andre (defaulted) Chuck Judgement: FALSE Eligible: Chuck, dcuman, favor, Jtael, Kelly, KoJen, Wes, Zefram Not Eligible: Caller: Steve Barred: Morendil On Hold: Blob, Dave Bowen, elJefe 1005: Michael, Murphy, Pascal, Swann, Vanyel, Vlad Defaulted: Andre
CFJ 848: "All official duties conducted by Moerendil as a result of Swann's legal deligations were, indeed, official and legal (excepting any errors in fact.)"
CFJ 847: "The Rules should be interpreted that deregistration, by definition, when inintiated by the deregistering Player, occurs at the time the Player makes the request to deregister-- even when Rule 113 is invoked upon deregistration."
CFJ 846: "The Rules should be interpreted that Swann is currently Speaker"
CFJ 845: "Rule 1472 should be interpreted such, that Class I and Class II transfers take place at the time that the requirement of them taking place starts."
CFJ 843: The Rules in general should be interpreted so that if a sentence says that 'event X happens and event Y happens', where X and Y are both modifications of some sort to the game state, the word 'and' is _not_ taken to mean that Y cannot occur if X does not occur.
CFJ 842: Rule 1469 should be interpreted so that when the destruction of a Treasury which contains a negative amount of any Currency is required by the Rules, that Treasury is not destroyed, since the transfer of the negative Currencies within does not happen.
CFJ 841: "Rule 1469 should be interpreted so that when the destruction of a Treasury which contains a negative amount of any Currency is required by the Rules, that Treasury is destroyed even if the transfer of the negative Currencies within does not happen."
CFJ 840: Rulekeepor Wes violated Rule 1051/3 by not publishing a Ruleset during the Nomic Week ending Jan. 1, 1996.
CFJ 839: Rulekeepor Wes violated Rule 1454/2 by not publishing a Virus Report for the Nomic Week ending Jan. 1, 1996.
CFJ 837: "Rule 101 should be interpreted to prevent any other Rule from having coercive force on a person who is not a Player."
CFJ 836: An Organization's Compact cannot specify any method of expanding it's Jurisdiction which is not specifically and explicitly allowed for in the Rules.
CFJ 835: "Rule 1023 shall be interpreted, such that..."
CFJ 834: Rule 494 shall be interpreted such that if any Move refers to a random choice, the Speaker thall make that random choice.
CFJ 833: Rule 1011 should be interpreted so that if a Player deregisters, that Player continues to exist as a Nomic Entity.
CFJ 832: Rule 1079 shall be interpreted such that the Dice-roll email server at dice@danpost4.uni-c.dk meets its requirements for randomness
CFJ 831: Rule 1527 should be interpreted such that all events contained in a message occur at the time of the Date: header, even though they occur sequentially
CFJ 830: Rule 1529 should be interpreted as granting Statutes the power to legally bind Players within the Jurisdiction of the Compact with which the Statutes are associated.
CFJ 829: The Office of Promotor is vacant.
CFJ 828: The Rules generally should be interpreted such that the Mintor of the Group Coins of any given Group is the Mint, and that all Group Coins existing just prior to the adoption of Proposal 1760 still existed just after the adoption of Proposal 1760.
CFJ 827: Player Favor violated 1497 when he posted to the Public Forum the message entitled "Apothecary's Romance".
CFJ 826: Rule 113 should be interpreted such that, even if a Player considers a penalty to be worse than deregistration, e is still subject to it unless e actually deregisters or is deregistered.
CFJ 825: ASSIGNMENT CFJ 101 Rule 101 should be interpreted such that, even if it is repealed, all players must still abide by the Rules.
CFJ 824: Statement: The entity known as Mousetrap was not created until after Swann assumed the office of Notary, therefore, it cannot prevent Swann from assuming the office of Notary.
CFJ 823: Player Kelly has Violated the Compact of the Mousetrap.
CFJ 822: Parts A2, A3, A4, and A5 of the Move made by *Water under the title 'The High Horse' are illegal, even if The High Horse could legally make Moves at the time it made these Moves.
CFJ 820: Rule 1533 should be interpreted to forbid any Group of Players from forming an Organization that does not belong to a Class defined in the Rules.
CFJ 819: If at any time there exists an Organization of a Class not specifically defined in the Rules, the Rules require that Organization to immediately dissolve.
CFJ 818: The Rules in general should be interpreted that, if the alleged Compact of the Mousetrap Organization exists, it cannot contain the Player Swann within its Jurisdiction.
CFJ 818a
CFJ 817: "As Promotor, Player KoJen has violated Rule 1036 by not distributing a Proposal submitted by Player Morendil under the title 'Fix 755', within the time alloted em to do so."
CFJ 816: The Rules, generally, should be interpreted such that all Groups, Contests, and Contracts in existence just prior to the adoption of Proposal 1760 ceased to exist upon the adoption of that Proposal.
CFJ 815: Judge: favor Judgement: TRUE Eligible: Andre, Chuck, Coco, Dave Bowen, favor, KoJen, Michael, Morendil, Oerjan, SugarWater, Vanyel, Vlad, wutold, Zefram Not Eligible: Caller: Swann Barred: elJefe, Kelly, Steve On Hold: Garth, JonRock Effects: favor gains 5 Points for speedy Judgement
CFJ 814: ASSIGNMENT CFJ 714 "The Rules should be interpreted in such a way that all Entities that existed prior to Proposal 1760 passing and were defined to be Groups, Contracts, Bearerbonds and Contests still exist, and are valid Organizations."
CFJ 813: Rule 478 should be interpreted in such a way that a Player who wishes to register must be able to prove that e is able to receive the Pubic Forum, and that failing proof of this, eir registration is illegal.
CFJ 812: Rule 755 is lacking in legal force, and as a consequence the currently attributed Champion Patent Titles should be struck from future Registrar's Reports
CFJ 811: Player Ian, who was Registrar at the time of my registration, has violated Rule 1494 by failing to send me a copy of the Welcome Message.
CFJ 810: "The Rules ought to be interpreted so that Nucleon's deregistration precedes all Moves in the message, and that the remaining Moves are therefore null and void."
CFJ 809: Statement: Rule 1493/1 should be interpreted such that when one Player sends a legitimate message to the Tabulator requesting that a Win Token be removed from a second Player and destroyed, and that second Player has no Win Tokens in eir Treasury, that that second Player comes to possess a negative number of Win Tokens.
CFJ 808: Ian's creation of 3 Win Tokens and transfer of them to Vanyel at Fri, 15 Sep 1995 15:38:14 -0700 did not cause Vanyel to win the game.
CFJ 807: Statement: The Assessor may choose whether Proposal 1694 passes or fails, as long as the Assessor is not Steve.
CFJ 806: The Assessor may not choose whether Proposal 1694 passes or fails.
CFJ 805: Judge: Ian Judgement: FALSE Eligible: Andre, Chuck, Dave Bowen, favor, Garth, Ian, Kelly, KoJen, Michael, Steve, SugarWater, Vanyel, Vlad, Xanadu, Zefram Not Eligible: Caller: Swann Barred: none On Hold: Bryan, elJefe, JonRock, Pascal Effects of this CFJ (*: new in this report) * Ian receives 5 Points for speedy Judgement
CFJ 803: Caller: Zefram Statement: The second clause of the second sentence of rule 1488/0 is without legal effect. Judge: Michael
CFJ 802: Caller: Zefram Statement: The rules should be interpreted such that the Treasury belonging to the Contest known as "Jeff's Piggy Bank" still exists. Barred: none Requested Injunction: none Judge: Swann Judgement FALSE Effects reported by COTC: (* indicates new to this report) Kelly looses 2 points for declining judgeship. Dave B receives 1 point as compensation. *Swann receives 5 points for speedy judgement.
CFJ 801: Caller: TAL Statement: The Confidentiality of Contracts Rule 1459, shall be interpreted such that a Judge or a Justice has the possibility to ask the Notary to disclose *all* contracts that fulfill certain conditions. Barred: Vlad Requested Injunction: none Judge: Steve Judgement: TRUE Effects reported by COTC (* indicates new to this report): *Steve receives 3 points for judgement.
CFJ 800: Caller: TAL Statement: The Contest Rule 1446 must be interpretated such, that Kelly's Point Storehouse is not a Contest. Barred: Kelly, Swann, Chuck Requested Injunction: none Judge: Michael Judgement: FALSE Effects reported by COTC (* indicates new to this report) *Michael receives 3 points for his judgement.
CFJ 799: Caller: elJefe Statement: Sugarwater's Injunctions in CFJ 795, are illegal and invalid. Barred: none Requested Injunction: none Judge: Vanyel Judgement: TRUE Effects reported by COTC (* indicates new to this report): favor loses 2 points for declining Chuck gains 1 point for favor's declining *Vanyel receives 3 points for judgement
CFJ 798: Caller: Chuck Statement: SugarWater's second Injunction on CFJ 795, namely "The Ninny in this situation is the Vizier of Reform Group, as e executed the illegal dissolution. Under the authority of Rule 908/3, i prescribe the following words to be used in the Formal Apology: Philharmonic boustrophedonic supersonic gin tonic chronic," was illegal. Barred: SugarWater Requested Injunction: none Judge: KoJen Judgement: TRUE Injunction: SugarWater shall make a formal apology using these prescribed words: study, understand, restraint, error, headstrong, care, violate, assimilate, comprehend, conservative Effects reported by COTC (* indicates new for this report): *KoJen receives 5 points for speedy Judgement
CFJ 797: Caller: Chuck Statement: SugarWater's first Injunction on CFJ 795, namely "As per Rule 665/0, I issue the following injunction: The Move to dissolve Reform Group is retracted. Reform Group still exists. The Game State will be adjusted appropriately," was illegal. Barred: SugarWater Requested Injunction: none Judge: Vlad Judgement: FALSE Injunction: none Effects reported by COTC (* indicates new for this report): *Vlad receives 5 points for speedy Judgement
CFJ 796: Caller: elJefe Statement: The rules should be interpreted such that Player Ronald currently has more than 900 Points, and Steve's Piggy Bank has more than 700 Points. Barred: Chuck, Kelly Requested Injunction: none Judge: Zefram Judgement: FALSE Injunction: none pro-Speaker: SugarWater Judgement: UNKNOWN pro-COTC: Swann Judgement: TRUE pro-Justiciar: Vlad Judgement: FALSE Final Judgement: UNKNOWN Effects reported by COTC (* indicates new to this report): Zefram receives 3 points for Judgement * SugarWater receives 3 points for Judgement * Swann receives 3 points for Judgement * Vlad receives 3 points for Judgement * Zefram loses 3 points for being overturned
CFJ 795: Caller: favor Statement: The dissolution of the Reform Group violated the Rules of Agora Nomic. Barred: TAL, Steve, elJefe Requested Injunction: none Judge: SugarWater Judgement: TRUE Injunctions: As per Rule 665/0, I issue the following injunction: The Move to dissolve Reform Group is retracted. Reform Group still exists. The Game State will be adjusted appropriately. The Ninny in this situation is the Vizier of Reform Group, as e executed the illegal dissolution. Under the authority of Rule 908/3, i prescribe the following words to be used in the Formal Apology: Philharmonic boustrophedonic supersonic gin tonic chronic pro-Speaker: Swann Judgement: TRUE pro-COTC: Dave B Judgement: FALSE pro-Justiciar: Zefram Judgement: FALSE Final Judgement: FALSE Effects reported by COTC (*: new to this report) SugarWater receives 3 points for Judgement Swann receives 5 points for speedy Judgement Dave B receives 3 points for Judgement KoJen looses 10 points for defaulting on Appeal *Zefram receives 5 points for speedy Judgement (strange, in fact... Speedy Judgement, while the Judgement was 3 full weeks after the call... Although real-life judges would find that very speedy, of course). *SugarWater loses 3 points for being overturned *The Injunctions are NOT effective
CFJ 794: Caller: Michael Statement: Rules 754/0 and 591/2 should be interpreted such that the judgement Michael attempted to make as pro-Justiciar on appeal of CFJ 784 was a valid Judgement. Barred: Andre Requested Injunction: none Judge: Xanadu Judgement: FALSE (but see arguments of Judge and COTC's note) Injunction: none Effects reported by COTC (* indicates new to this report): *Xanadu receives 5 Points for speedy Judgement.
CFJ 793: Caller: Ian Statement: Rule 1472/0, "Transfer of Currencies", should be interpreted in such a way that reporting information to a Recordkeepor does not mean including such information in an Official Report sent to the Public Forum. Barred: none Relevant Rules: 1472 Requested Injunction: none Judge: Dave B Judgement: FALSE Injunction: none Effects reported by COTC (* indicates new for this report): *Dave B receives 5 points for speedy Judgement
CFJ 791: Caller: Kelly Statement: The Assessor's Report of 12 July 1995 is in error, in that it listed several Players as having cast extra Votes on various Proposals, when in fact it is not legally permitted for any Player whatsoever to cast an extra Vote. Barred: elJefe, Steve Requested Injunction: none Judge: Zefram Judgement: FALSE Injunction: none Effects reported by COTC (* indicates new to this report): *Zefram receives 5 points for speedy Judgement.
CFJ 790: Steve receives 3 points for Judgement.
CFJ 789: Caller: Kelly Statement: Chuck violated Rule 1454, by selecting Rule 106 to be infected by the Virus in a manner other than that specified in the Rules. Barred: Chuck Requested Injunction: It is requested that the Judge enjoin Chuck to retract his illegal move. Judge: Andre Judgement: TRUE Injunction: I request Chuck to retract eir illegal move, that is, to choose, but now in the right way, a Virus Number for the Nomic Week in which this erroneous Virus Report was issued. pro-Speaker: KoJen Judgement: FALSE pro-COTC: Vanyel Judgement: FALSE Justiciar: Steve Judgement: FALSE Final Judgement: FALSE Injunction: none Effects reported by COTC (* indicates new to this report) Andre receives 5 Points for speedy Judgement Steve receives 5 Points for speedy Judgement KoJen receives 3 Points for Judgement Andre loses 5 Points for having his Judgement overturned *Vanyel receives 3 Points for Judgement
CFJ 788: ("The Assessor's Report of July 1 is in error...")
CFJ 787: Caller: Andre Statement: KoJen was in Violation of Rule 663 when he issued an Injunction with CFJ 781. Barred: KoJen, TAL Requested Injunction: That the annotation, asked for in said Injunction, will be removed if already added to the Ruleset, and will not be added to the Ruleset otherwise. Judge: elJefe Judgement: TRUE Injunction: none Effects reported by COTC (* indicates new to this message): JonRock gains 3 Blots *elJefe gains 5 points due to speedy Judgement
CFJ 786: ("The rules ought to be interpreted in such a way...")
CFJ 785: ("The first injunction issued by Judge Steve...")
CFJ 783: Judgement: FALSE Judge: Vanyel Eligible: Andre, Chuck, Dave Bowen, elJefe, Ian, JonRock, Kelly KoJen, Steve, SugarWater, Swann, TAL, Vanyel, Xanadu Zefram Caller: Michael Barred: none Not Eligible: Michael (caller) Blob (1005) Coren, Pascal (1005 & On Hold) Changes: Vanyel gains 3 Points for Timely Judgement
CFJ 782: Judge: Dave Bowen Judgement: FALSE Caller: Steve Eligible: Andre, Chuck, Dave Bowen, elJefe, Ian, JonRock, Kelly KoJen, Michael, SugarWater, Swann, TAL, Vanyel, Xanadu Zefram Barred: none Not Eligible: Steve (caller) Blob (1005) Coren, Pascal (On Hold & 1005) Changes: Dave Bowen receives 5 Points for speedy Judgement.
CFJ 781: JUDGEMENT OF CFJ 781 (CORRECTED) ("The correct interpretation of Rule 1466...")
CFJ 780: Judge: Zefram Judgement: UNDECIDABLE Caller: Steve Eligible: Chuck, Dave Bowen, elJefe, Ian, JonRock, Kelly, Michael, SugarWater, Troublemaker At Large, Vanyel, Xanadu, Zefram Barred: KoJen, Andre, Swann Not Eligible: Steve (caller) Andre, KoJen, Swann (barred) Blob (1005) Coren, Pascal (On Hold & 1005) Effects of this CFJ: Zefram receives 5 points for speedy judgements
CFJ 779: ("Rule 1466 should be interpreted such that...")
CFJ 778: Judgement: FALSE Judge: Xanadu Eligible: Andre, Chuck, Dave B., elJefe, Ian, JonRock, Kelly, Michael, Steve, SugarWater, TaL, Vanyel, Xanadu, Zefram Caller: Swann Barred: KoJen Not Eligible: Swann (caller) KoJen (barred) Blob (1005) Coren, Pascal (1005 & On Hold) Effects: Xanadu receives 3 Points for timely Judgement
CFJ 777: Judgement: Judge: Steve Eligible: Chuck, Dave B., elJefe, Ian, JonRock, KoJen, Michael, Steve, SugarWater, TaL, Vanyel, Xanadu, Zefram Caller: Swann Barred: Andre, Kelly Not Eligible: Swann (caller) Andre, Kelly (barred) Blob (1005) Coren, Pascal (1005 & On Hold) Effects: Steve receives 3 Points for Speedy Judgement Andre looses 10 Points for violating 1023 Andre must submit a Formal Apology as described in the injunction
CFJ 776: Judge: Vanyel Judgement: FALSE Eligible: Andre, Chuck, Dave B., elJefe, Ian, JonRock, Kelly, Michael, SugarWater, Swann, Troublemaker At Large, Vanyel, Xanadu, Steve Caller: Zefram Barred: KoJen Not Eligible: Zefram (caller) KoJen (barred) Blob (1005) Coren, Pascal (On Hold & 1005) Point Changes: Vanyel gains 5 Points for speedy Judgement.
CFJ 775: Judge: Vanyel [ CFJ text deleted for brevity ] ----------------------------------------------------------- From: Andre Engels <csg419@wing.rug.nl> Subject: OFF: Assignment CFJ 772 To: nomic-official@teleport.com Date: Fri, 16 Jun 95 11:02:33 METDST Mailer: Elm [revision: 70.85] Sender: owner-nomic-official@teleport.com Precedence: bulk Reply-To: nomic-discussion@teleport.com ASSIGNMENT CFJ 772 (Player Swann committed an illegal act...)
CFJ 774: Judge: Dave Bowen Judgement: TRUE Eligible: Chuck, Dave Bowen, elJefe, Ian, JonRock, KoJen, Michael, Steve, Troublemaker At Large, Vanyel, Xanadu Caller: Swann Not Eligible: Swann (caller) Andre, Kelly (barred) Blob (1005) Coren, Pascal (1005 & On Hold) Point changes: Dave B. gains 5 points for Speedy Judgement
CFJ 772: Judge: Dave Bowen Judgement: FALSE Eligible: Andre, Chuck, Dave Bowen, elJefe, JonRock, KoJen, Michael, Steve, Vanyel, Xanadu Caller: Kelly Not Eligible: Kelly (caller) Swann, Ian, Troublemaker At Large (barred) Blob (1005) Coren, Pascal (1005 & On Hold) Point changes: Dave Bowen gains 5 points for speedy judgement
CFJ 771: Judgement: TRUE Judgement of Speaker: FALSE Judgement of CotC: UNKNOWN Judgement of pro-Justiciar: FALSE, TRUE and UNDECIDABLE Final Judgement: UNKNOWN Judge: Ian Justices: Speaker: Kelly CotC: Andre pro-Justiciar:TAL (replaces Steve) Eligible: Andre, Dave Bowen, elJefe, Ian, JonRock, Kelly. Michael, TaL, Vanyel, Xanadu Not Eligible: Swann: Caller KoJen, Steve, Vlad(?): On Hold Blob: Rule 1005 Coren, Pascal: On Hold & 1005 Chuck: Declined Changes due to this CFJ: * Chuck looses 2 points for declining, one of which goes to Andre. * Kelly's move of Winning the Game is retracted * All players have eir scores reset to what they were prior to the mistaken end of the game * Ian gains 5 points, and looses 2 Blots, or the number of Blots he has in excess of 1, whichever is less, for speedy Judgement. * Ian looses 5 points for being overturned * Kelly gains 5 points for speedy Judgement * Andre gains 3 points for timely Judgement * TAL gains 3 points for timely Judgement Remark of CotC: I haven't checked the Rules yet on whether TAL's step of giving 3 different Judgements is legal. However, in my opinion, even if it is illegal it is still the Judgement he gave, so I am obliged as CotC to distribute it this way. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- History: Called by Swann, Jun 13 1995, 02:40 EST Assigned to Chuck, Jun 13 1995, 11:01 UTC Declined by Chuck, Jun 13 1995, 06:59 CST Re-assigned to Ian, Jun 13 1995, 12:15 UTC Judged TRUE by Ian, Jun 15 1995, 9:19 -0700 Appealed by elJefe, Jun 15 1995, 12:49 -0400 Appealed by Kelly, Jun 15 1995, 12:06 EST5 Appealed by KoJen, Jun 15 1995, 13:00 -0400 Assigned to Kelly as Speaker, Jun 16 1995, 09:44 UTC Assigned to Andre as CotC, Jun 16 1995, 09:44 UTC Assigned to Steve as Justiciar, Jun 16 1995, 09:44 UTC Judged FALSE by Kelly, Jun 19 1995, 03:18 EST5 Delegated to TAL as pro-Justiciar, Jun 19 1995, 19:59 +1000 (EST) Judged UNKNOWN by Andre, Jun 19 1995, 15:15 UTC Judged TRUE by TAL, Jun 21 1995, 13:20 SET Judged FALSE by TAL, Jun 21 1995, 13:21 SET Judged UNDECIDABLE by TAL, Jun 21 1995, 13:21 SET ####################################################################### Statement: "Swann was not Tabulator when Kelly spent 5 points to erase a Blot, so Swann could not legally remove Kelly's Blot. The Speaker was not acting in the Tabulator's capacity at this time, so the Blot was not erased, and Kelly has not yet won the game." ###################################################################### Arguments: I mistakenly accepted the Tabulatorship when it wasn't legally possible for me to do so. (First paragraph of 1436 and my prior CFJ) This means that, for the past three weeks or so, the office of Tabulator has been vacant. Now, Rule 806/1 mandates that the Speaker performs the duties of vacant Offices. However, this does not change the fact that, because everyone assumed my Tabulatorship to be valid, that the Speaker *did not* perform those duties while the Office was vacant. The Speaker did not produce the Tabulator reports, and, more importantly, the Speaker-- who by law was the only person who was able to-- did not record any changes in the status of Blots in the game. This disctinction is important because of the explicit wording of Rule 1440/0: "If there are sufficient Points, the Scorekeepor reduces the Player's Points by the required amount and the Tabulator reduces the Player's Blots as requested." The phrase here is unambiguious-- "the Tabulator reduces the Player's Blots" -- This rule states clearly that it is the person acting in the Office of Tabulator who reduces the Blots. The Blot is not gone until the Tabulator acts, confirming the message. Therefore, Kelly's Blot erasure cannot happen until someone who is able to legally act as Tabulator confirms the erasure and publishes a legally valid Tabulator report. Since Blots prevent a Player from winning the game, (Rule 1435/0) Kelly has not yet won the game, nor has the game yet ended. ######################################################################## Requested Injunction: That Kelly's move of Winning the Game is retracted, and all players have their scores reset to what they were prior to the mistaken end of the game. ######################################################################## Argument of Judge: The arguments provided by Swann regarding this CFJ are clear precise and leave little room for argument. First, Swann took on the position of Tabulator, which was an illegal move by Rule 1436/1. Now, 1436/1 also says that "The Tabulator is the Officer responsible for keeping track of the Blots possessed by each Player, as well as all ex-Players who have Blots. The Tabulator may have other duties as defined in the rules." Note that it does not say that the Tabulator is the one adding or removing Blots from Players, only that e keeps track of Players' Blots. But it also says that e may have other duties. Other Rules that state that a Player Gains or Loses Blot(s) state just that. For example, Rule 452/4 states (in part) "If a Call for Judgment alleging a violation of this rule is found to be TRUE, the Assessor violating this rule shall gain three (3) Blots. Reporting this gain to the Tabulator is the responsibility of the Player who called the CFJ." In this Rule, "the Assessor ... shall gain 3 Blots". No doubt about it. Now on to the particulars. Rule 1440/0 says (in part) that "If there are sufficient Points, the Scorekeepor reduces the Player's Points by the required amount and the Tabulator reduces the Player's Blots as requested." It is the Tabulator eirself that is reducing the Blots. Since the Office was vacant, this could not have taken place. Any other Blot Gains or Losses during Swann's "reign" would have to be examined to determine whether or not they happened or not. However, I have no jurisdiction over those. I may only uphold Swann's Injuction: "Kelly's move of Winning the Game is retracted, and all players have eir scores reset to what they were prior to the mistaken end of the game." I would like to point out, though, that Rule 665/0, which describes Injunctions to Retract an Illegal Move, doesn't allow me to take away the Points that Swann earned as Tabulator. I would recommend that this be fixed. #################################################################### Judgement of Speaker: I hereby overturn Ian's Ruling and find this CFJ FALSE. I concur that Swann was, in fact, not Tabulator on 3 June, when Kelly erased eir Blot. Also, I concur that Swann had no power on that date to erase any of Kelly's Blots, as that power is only granted to Kelly, per Rule 1440/0. The statement implies a causal connection which is not present, but nonetheless the first statement in the Statement is true. However, the second statement is not true. First, we do not know if the Speaker was acting in the Tabulator's capacity; all we can tell from the evidence before us is that the Speaker was not diligently performing the duties required of him by Rule 806/1. He may have been acting in the Tabulator's capacity in a haphazard and negligent way. however, the claim that Kelly's Blot was not erased is FALSE. it is here that this CFJ falls down. Rule 1440 is internally inconsistent; it claims alternatively that a Player can erase eir own Blots, and then later claims that only the Tabulator can do so. Since the Rules are unresolvably inconsistent, I am instructed by Rule 217/0 to consider Game Custom and the Spirit of the Game in determining my Judgement. In almost every case, Officers do not effect changes in Game Quantities; they merely record them. Since the first paragraph of 1440/0 is consistent with this Custom, it is my belief that the instructions to the Scorekeepor and Tabulator in the fourth paragraph of 1440/0 are merely instructing the Scorekeepor and Tabulator to perform their bookkeeping duties of recognizing the events which took place upon the action of the Player as dictated by the first and second paragraphs of the Rule. Since Kelly did perform all the actions required of her by these two paragraphs, it is my ruling that she did, in fact, Erase her one remaining Blot on 3 June. Since Kelly was Immaculate on 12 June when she acquired a total of 214 Points, 4 more than she needed to win, she did legally win the game on that date. Hence, both the second and third clauses of the second statement in the Statement are FALSE; therefore, the second statement is FALSE, and therefore the entire Statement itself is FALSE. I recommend and, should my fellow Justices concur, order, that Judge Ian's Injunction be vacated. Submitted this 16th day of June, 1995, Kelly Martin Justice of the Appellate Court of Agora Nomic ######################################################################## Argument of CotC: I overturn the judge, and find the statement UNKNOWN The important point in this CFJ lies, of course, in Rule 1440. At least, as far as I can tell noone denies the fact that at the time Kelly tried to erase her Blot the Speaker served as acting Tabulator. The question is: Who erases the Blots according to this Rule and when? The caller claims that the phrase "If there are sufficient Points, the Scorekeepor reduces the Player's Points by the required amount, and the Tabulator reduces the Player's Blots as requested." implies that it is the Tabulator who does so. The Judge agreed with him, and as there was no Tabulator at the time, claimed this could not have happened. Before I go to the main thread of my Judgement, I will first show another error in this line of reasoning. There WAS a Tabulator at the time Kelly tried to make her transfer. As Rule 806 shows, the Speaker (which was me at the time) should fulfill all duties of an Office which is vacant. Therefore if Claimant and Judge are right the Speaker (that is me) should have removed the Blot. Did I? Well, I don't know. It depends on what one defines to be the act of removing. However, it is NOT in the act of publishing a Blot report. Therefore the absence of Blot Reports does NOT imply that the Blot has not been removed. So there is, even in this case, no evidence that would support a Judgement of 'TRUE'. The Judgement should have been 'UNKNOWN'. There are even factors that could imply that I had removed the Blot. At the very least my actions afterwards imply I regarded the Blot as having been erased. However, there is more. Rule 1440 consists of more lines than the quoted ones. It starts with saying: "A Player may Erase eir Blots by spending five Points for each Blot Erased. A Player may Erase any number of Blots as long as e does not reduce eir Point total below zero. A Player with less than five Points may not Erase Blots." So according to this Paragraph it is the PLAYER who erased the Blots. And that is independent of whether or not there is a Tabulator, or who it is. However, the Rule goes on: "The Player Erasing Blots must report to the Tabulator and the Scorekeepor the number of Blots e is Erasing, and the Points required to do so." Kelly sent a message to nomic-business with the following text: "i hereby expend five points to erase one blot. as scorekeepor i assert that i have five points to expend." I hereby ascertain that I (at that time acting Tabulator) received this message. I also have no reason to doubt that Kelly herself did receive it. So still there is no problem. On with the following Paragraph. "If this requires more Points than the Player has at the time of the request, then no Blots are erased, and no Points are lost." As far as I know Kelly had the number of Points needed, being 5. Now the Paragraph which caused the troubles appears: "If there are sufficient Points, the Scorekeepor reduces the Player's Points by the required amount and the Tabulator reduces the Player's Blots as requested." Here indeed it says it is the Tabulator reduces the Player's number of Blots. As notified before this makes Rule 1440 have an internal contradiction. We here have a case where the Rules are inconsistent or unclear. So now it is time to put 217 in the Picture. I should now apply Game Custom and the Spirit of the Game. I regard them both quite silent on the matter, however. So I am allowed to apply other standards. And I think judging it to be the Player who reduces the number of Blots and the number of Points, is the one that comes closest to the Rule 1440 as it is. However, the difference is small and so there is something else I will take into account: I think it is a good thing to, as a Justice, follow the Judge if the differences are this small. We are here (partly) to judge the Judge's decision, which with differences this small is perfectly sensible, although it wouldn't have been mine. So the situation is such: 1440 has 2 interpretations, namely one where the Player who erases the Blots lowers the number of Blots, and one where it is the Tabulator who does so. If I had been judge myself I would have judged FALSE as I favor the first opinion, however I am willing to follow the Judge in stating the second one, thus still arriving to 'UNKNOWN' instead of 'TRUE'. Andre Engels, CotC in the Court of Appeal of Agora Nomic.
CFJ 770: Judgement: Judge: Kelly (defaulted) Chuck Eligible: Andre, Chuck, Dave Bowen, elJefe, Ian, JonRock Michael, TaL, Vanyel, Xanadu Not Eligible: Swann: Caller KoJen, Steve, Vlad(?): On Hold Blob: Rule 1005 Coren, Pascal: On Hold & 1005 Kelly: defaulted Effects: Kelly looses 10 Points for defaulting Judgement Chuck receives 3 Points for timely ---------------------------------------------------------------------- History: Called by Swann Jun 13 1995, 02:40 EST Assigned to Kelly Jun 13 1995, 11:01 UTC Defaulted by Kelly Jun 20 1995, 11:01 UTC Re-assigned to Chuck, Jun 22 1995, 10:50 UTC Judged TRUE by Chuck, Jun 28 1995, 01:24 -0500 (CDT) ####################################################################### Statement: "By the Rules, Swann could not assume the office of Tabulator while also performing the duties of Herald. Since Swann did not resign the Heraldship, Swann did not assume the Office of Tabulator. The Office of Tabulator is therefore vacant, and has been since the resignation of the previous Tabulator." ####################################################################### Argument: Frankly, this is so blatantly obvious that I am embarrassed that I offered to take the office. However, that embarrassment is somewhat moderated by the fact that I seem to be the first person to notice the current wording Rule 1436, to wit: "Let there be the Office of Tabulator. A vacant Office of Tabulator is filled in the usual manner, but the Scorekeepor or Herald may not become Tabulator, nor may the Tabulator become Scorekeepor or Herald." Since I was Herald, I couldn't legally accept the Office when I said I did, and my Tabulator's Reports were therefore unofficial and legally void. As to what this did, if anything, to Kelly's Blot erasure and the subsequent end of the Game, will await a further CFJ.
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CFJ 710: Caller: the Pink Bimbo, nee Kelly Judge: Coren Judgement: TRUE Injunction Granted: No Injunction Barred: Lee, Vanyel, Einstein Date Called: 10/24/94 Date Judged: 10/31/94 Statement: The Group Votes cast by Group MAPLSIRUP on Proposals 1271 and 1273-1287 are invalid. ------------------------------------------------------------ Judgement Text: I have waited as long as possible to pass Judgement on this CFJ in an attempt to subpoena the pertinent documents that would support MAPLSIRUP's case from their Vizier, without success. On their own head be it... R767 states "The Ordinances of a Group may determine how and when the Group casts its Votes; if the Ordinances are silent on this issue, the Group may not cast its Votes." Paragraph 8 [sic] of MAPLSIRUP's Ordinances (which do not otherwise address the issue of casting Votes) states "All other activities which the Ordinances may legally limit or allow, or otherwise affect, **MAY** be equally limited, allowed, or otherwise affected by the MAPLSIRUP Secret Law." (emphasis mine) I believe that it is valid to cross reference another document in this manner, IF and ONLY IF it can be proven completely and conclusively that such an other document contained the necessary provisions at that time. The above quoted paragraph is a POTENTIALLY valid referral to a method for "how and when the Group casts its Votes", and thus the Ordinances would not be silent on the matter - IF SUCH CLAUSES CONTAINING VOTING PROCEDURE ACTUALLY EXIST WITHIN MAPLSIRUP'S "SECRET LAW". Since their Ordinances only state that other activities MAY be allowed, this sentence in itself does not constitute proof that such clauses actually exist. MAPLSIRUP Vizier Lee has assured me that such clauses existed at the time the Group cast its Votes, and I believe him; however, as a Judge, I feel that I must operate on more substantive evidence than "hearsay", regardless of how much belief I may hold regarding it personally. In my opinion, the only thing that would prove the existance of such clauses "completely and conclusively" is to examine the complete text of MAPLSIRUP's "Secret Law" as it stood at the time of the submission of their Group Votes. Ideally, such a document should be a forwarded or bounced copy of a message which bears a timestamp *prior* to the time the Votes were sent, which to my mind would make it admissable as evidence. Unfortunately, a less-than-complete copy (i.e., excerpts) would not be sufficient, as it leaves open the possibility that some clause that wasn't quoted could affect the clauses quoted. I have attempted to secure such documentation, without success; therefore, in the absence of such complete and conclusive proof that the necessary clauses existed at the time MAPLSIRUP submitted their Votes, I am compelled to Judge this CFJ "TRUE". One final side note: there is a paradox in the second part of paragraph 8 [sic] of MAPLSIRUP's Ordinances which I believe makes that part worthless, and illegal should they ever try to invoke it: it states: "The MAPLSIRUP Secret Law shall take precedence over the Ordinances should they conflict." R721 states "All Members of a Group must obey the Ordinances of that Group at all times, so long as the Ordinances do not conflict with the Rules." The sentence in question tries to outline a situation in which the Members of the Group do NOT have to obey their Ordinances, which is in violation of the first part of the sentence quoted - which means that it is in "conflict with the Rules", per the second part. This means that the Members of MAPLSIRUP *MUST* obey their Ordinances, per r721, except for the second part of Ordinance [8], which is illegal. My deepest apologies to all for the delay in this Judgement, but I felt I would be doing the Group in question a disservice if I did not try to secure all the evidence pertinent to the case. Thank you, Judge Coren
CFJ 707: Steve legally voted FOR (and did not legally vote AGAINST) Proposal 1177. Hence, the votes on that Proposal were not 11 FOR, 13 AGAINST as reported by the Speaker, but in fact were tied 12 FOR, 12 AGAINST.
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