==============================  CFJ 2149  ==============================

    A moment ago, I celebrated by announcement.


Caller:                                 Machiavelli

Judge:                                  woggle

Judge:                                  G.
Judgement:                              TRUE



Called by Machiavelli:                  05 Sep 2008 20:19:28 GMT
Assigned to woggle:                     08 Sep 2008 01:43:33 GMT
woggle recused:                         02 Oct 2008 06:16:55 GMT
Assigned to G.:                         08 Oct 2008 11:37:06 GMT
Judged TRUE by G.:                      08 Oct 2008 17:09:31 GMT


Gratuitous Evidence by ais523:

I'm not the caller, but this is the message in question:

At Fri, 5 Sep 2008 16:19:28 -0400, Ivan Hope CXXVII wrote:
> On Fri, Sep 5, 2008 at 6:36 AM, ihope <ihope127@gmail.com> wrote:
> > On Wed, Sep 3, 2008 at 12:02 PM, Ed Murphy <emurphy42@socal.rr.com> wrote:
> >> Proposal 5677 (Ordinary, AI=1.5, Interest=0) by Ivan Hope CXXVII
> >> none
> >>
> >> In rule 2198, remove the phrase "if, before the dependent action is
> >> resolved, no party blocks the change by announcement" and append "Any
> >> party to the contract CAN object to this dependent action." to the
> >> last paragraph.
> >
> > I pledge to celebrate by announcement as soon as possible.
> Oh, right. I celebrate. I CFJ on the following: A moment ago, I
> celebrated by announcement.
> And, for good measure: I land on the moon. I CFJ on the following: A
> moment ago, I landed on the moon by announcement. I reveal that my age
> is a composite number. I CFJ on the following: A moment ago, I
> revealed that my age is a composite number by announcement.
> --Ivan Hope CXXVII


Judge G.'s Arguments:

According to the top-ranked search results, *this* is to celebrate:

The dictionary definition, on the other hand, is specifically (MW-online):
"1: to perform (a sacrament or solemn ceremony) publicly and with
appropriate rites..."  Emphasis here is on "publicly".  Since Agora has
defined "publicly" as the same thing as "announcing" (R478 second to last
paragraph), and "appropriate rites" and "solemn ceremony" in this case are
not rules-mandated and so up to the performer, I find that saying publicly
that you celebrate something is the Agoran equivalent to performing such a
ceremony of celebration.

Finally, according to the current "simultaneous but sequential" precedents,
I note that "a moment ago" may refer, provided it does not create ambiguity,
to something in the same message but previously in sequence.  TRUE.