"Michael, I'd love to know how I'm bandwagoning you. I haven't even said I think you're scum, let alone voted for you. The more defensive and accusatory you get, though, the more scumlike you seem.
To answer your question, yes."
"Michael, the problem with offing someone at random is that, unlike someone choosing a townie and bandwagoning, the random victim's death doesn't give any indication of intent when someone votes for them.
At least with the bandwagoning of…"
"It doesn't target scum and town equally. It targets town at the same ratio as there are town:scum in the game. In an eleven-player game, there are maybe four scum. So we have at least about a 2:1 ratio, probably closer to 3:1. That…"
"But you didn't just propose that we do it day one. You proposed that we do it until we had scum tells or actionable intel, which can take more than one night. Also, your proposal would have us almost inevitably ending every day where there was…"
"The article itself explains. The way that system works is you randomly order everyone and then vote in that order without deviation. You're taking the fun out of the game and I would argue violating the spirit of the game by playing that…"
Playing video games; reading history, sci-fi, fantasy, and comics; following web comics; listening to Jonathan Coulton and reading John Hodgman rag on Jonathan Coulton; schooling my daughter on the finer points of the Whedonverse (which hilariously my iPad neither marks as a misspelling nor attempts to autocorrect into two words despite trying to correct Coulton to Colton); watching other nerdy tv; and complaining about book-to-movie adaptations, book-to-tv adaptations, comic-book-to-movie adaptations, and comic-book-to-tv adaptations.
Favorite geeky media (books, music, movies)?
Movies, books, comics, music, do I have to pick one?
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