[BLML] And I expect you'll all agree (was Delayed...) [SEC=UNOFFICIAL]

Richard HILLS richard.hills at immi.gov.au
Wed Nov 13 00:18:48 CET 2013


First verse of a traditional song:

Tell me why the stars do shine,
Tell me why the ivy twines,
Tell me what makes skies so blue,
And I'll tell you why I love you.

Sven Pran:

>Why not simply revert to the meaning of "agreement" in plain English language
>and use the ruling principles I was told back in 1980 (and have used ever since):
>For Law 70 to be applicable the claim must be contested before any score has
>been "agreed upon" by being recorded and the hands thereafter have been
>returned to the board. Later objections to the claim shall be handled under Law
>69B (withdrawn agreement).

Isaac Asimov's Treasury of Humor:

Nuclear fusion makes stars to shine,
Tropisms make the ivy twine,
Raleigh scattering make skies so blue,
Testicular hormones are why I love you.

Richard Hills:

To quote Mayor Salvor Hardin of The Foundation, the answer to Sven's "why not"
question is "obvious. Obvious as all hell!"

Kind regards,



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