@joppo: Yogs started Flocke's bandwagon on #595, while keeping the pressure on Flocke, then eventually left once it was moving forward. It was told at the beginning of D3, on A Sandwich Made of Scum
Wait, you're talking about how Yogs acted but my question is regarding a statement regarding SPF.
I'm asking because I want you to make that more clear. Given that you linked Joe's behaviour with SPF as a possible clue that Joe is the 3rd scum, I need to confirm that that is truthful and makes sense.
: with the aim of keeping the conversation as smooth as possible (and save thankless work for everyone), let us double check
, when we ask something from someone, that the actual reply is really not satisfactory, before asking fro more. The reply on #1129 is clear enough.
JUST BELOW the snippet that you quote, this portion comes:
The statement on #918 said:
- Detached stance, little presence, inane posts, low profile on Day 1.
- Changing his register completely (maybe JoeCarr noticed this, as this is part of his method?) for charging against Micro/Flocke (if the memory does not fail) on Day 2. Plus, he was making no sense and Flocke was clearly Town, for the reasons enumerated above.
""" Re-reading, the harshness was directed at Micro. For Flocke he adopted the "avoiding the no-lynch" stance with yogs
(who had started the WHOLE THING against Flocke, being followed soon by joppo, Lift). So, only to Micro (remember that it was written with slash and the qualifier "if memory does not fail") and yes, it was definitive and a complete change of stance from D1.
All his behaviour, put together, was alarming enough to repeatedly mention the oddness of he flying under the radar and rapidly writing on N2 to Agent on post #6 that the priority suspects were SPF on pair or a bit before yogsloth. Then prepared the first draft of what eventually became post [url=url=https://www.gog.com/forum/general/harry_potter_and_gog_mafia_64/post918 ]#918 [/url](On Autopsies...). Meaning, bringing all the artillery to stop SPF, yogs.
So, whoever is interested in a scum!Carradice, should ponder if bussing TWO Slytherin as early as N2 would make sense.
BTW, yogs left Flocke's bandwagon and left joppo, Lift there... Why voting for Flocke?
(underlining added now for clarity)
In case the format comes out flunky:
>>Re-reading, the harshness was directed at Micro. For Flocke he adopted the "avoiding the no-lynch" stance with yogs [...] So, only to Micro (remember that it was written with slash and the qualifier "if memory does not fail") and yes, it was definitive and a complete change of stance from D1
It has been surprising to see the above part quoted and then demanding information that was right BELOW. Let us double check
before asking for more, fellas.
Also, since we are nitpicking. Joe's behaviour was NEVER linked to that of SPF. SPF's was LINKED (although that word was never
used in #918) with yogsloth's, and yogsloth's with trent's. Meaning they were apparently collaborating and reinforcing each other's action and the fact of onfe being scum made more likely the other being scum too. For Joe, it was expressed that there was a PARALLEL between Joe's change in behaviour from Days 1 and 2 and the way he was posting on Day 4 (he has explained later that he had less time on D1, D2, and possibly there are other reasons, too). No direct link nor collaboration with SPF on the same Day
(contrary to yogs, trent). SPF's change in behaviour was considered as a reference and pattern. The difference is meaningful
: The posts that Joe accurately looked at... If they are meaningful (and not just the typical nonsense that we all make sometimes), it might mean more townie points for Lift
, not less....
I already explained that to Joe, but I'll repeat my reasoning for your benefit. Don't worry, I'll type very slowly, so you might be able to follow.
We are only human
=> From Joe
's own posts, they might be suggesting that Joe performed some actions that did not involve targeting GR with any spell, and that he believes that said actions did protect GR on N3.
If that is not the case, then we might all have been in a rush and getting lost.
But it is OK, paranoia can be healthy in certain environments, sometimes :-)