2 - the way you started the game made no sense and that might be a good thing? Did we get that link to the game you were referencing? What was it about?
It was a Discord game, so no link.
You know how on Discord you can see how someone is "typing". I was writitng a long wall of text with an explanation of a probability concept that scene was getting wrong. After I did, I decided that walls of text don't belong on Discord, so I said "screw it" and just summarized it in one line.
scene immediately jumped that the fact that I was typing for so long but only came up with one line means I'm scum. I found it so funny that I purposely started "typing" for several minutes after which I just wrote one word: "Indeed", "OK" or something like that.
Later scene made a list of points on why I'm scum:
1. (Yes, he started enumeration from 1).
8. AND THIS IS A BIG ONE! He was typing for a long time but only came with a short flippant response!
(I'm paraphrasing it)
PookaMustard quoted that point in a later game, so I thought he might have it somewhere? @mod,
I was of course Lib all the time in that game. So was scene. And, surprisingly, Lift.
ZFR mentioned that working out a system for selecting a president is a good way to make it hard for the fascists to choose Hitler once three policies have been passed.
Did I? I said something that later we might want to do some skipping and work out a system for selecting president once we have more information based on previous governments and passed policies, but that I'm against having such a system from the very start.
What exactly do you have in mind?
I'm done discussing "meta", except that I'll look at those numbers scene posted closesly if it turns out he's scum.
What situation are you imagining where it would turn out scene is scum?
A direct conflict with me. Or with a well established Lib.