[BLML] Unfair?

jfusselman at gmail.com jfusselman at gmail.com
Sun Apr 29 22:31:37 CEST 2012

On Apr 29, 2012, at 2:51 PM, Steve Willner wrote:

> On 2012-04-29 3:01 PM, jfusselman at gmail.com wrote:
>> It is possible that Gordon agrees with me that mind reading is only
>> necessary when it comes to disciplinary actions, but I don't know.
> If you had written that mind reading _should_ only be necessary in 
> disciplinary matters, I'd agree with you.  As the Laws stand, there are 
> a few unfortunate cases where mind reading is necessary to decide on the 
> score.  I will agree with you that this particular case isn't one of 
> them: adjusting the score under L23 should be automatic on the facts 
> presented.

I agree with your viewpoint.  Thanks for stating it so clearly.

Do you have time to list some of these few unfortunate cases in the current laws in which mind reading is necessary to decide on a score?  Perhaps we can suggest some fixes.

Jerry Fusselman

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