Re: rules and games
Nov 12, 1997 05:56 AM
by M K Ramadoss
At 01:20 AM 11/12/97 -0500, you wrote:
>In a message dated 97-11-11 17:25:07 EST, you write:
>>And I also realize that Chuck will happily let us know how
>>rules are meant to be broken -- by him. But even he is following
>>rules, playing a certain game, that of the trickster or heckler,
>>and quite predictable when playing that role.
>As long as I am willing to break my own rules as well, which I do quite
>often. And one of the joys of being predictable is that when one breaks the
>pattern it can have fascinating results, usually in the minds of people
>For example, for years I would make at least one afternoon trip out to Olcott
>to dig in the library, invariably on Wednesday. But then I decided to change
>and went out on a Tuesday. For several days the Olcott staff could not
>remember what day it was!
>Chuck the Heretic
Every rule will be broken and broken appropriately.
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