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@killer yeah I wondered that. Avalanche do you know the head honcho on playdiplomacy (boo, hiss) goes by the name avalanche too? Are you him here to steal more ideas? Did you decide your own site was too rubbish so came to play here? ;)
Apologies if this is on the FAQ already, but I didn't see it. We're just starting a game (ID=39473) and have one player who signed up but in the end may not be able to make the time commitment - not certain yet but haven't heard from him since the signup. Fortunately he's Italy. We're going to pause while we make sure he's still in, but if not, is there a way to let someone else take over? It's still Spring '01, and his first/only online game. Thanks for any advice! -Geoff
i just found a site to play machiavelli, a variant of diplomacy. this site is relative new and doesnt have YET the full features that makes machiavelli so different from diplomacy but gradullay is acquiring new features from the game.
This Time On Philosophy Weekly: It's A Miracle! (Wait, Should We Think It So?)
Tomorrow I'll be discussing in my weekly "Philosophy of Religion' class the issue of Miracles and how this pertains to God--but come to think of it, I have a question I'd rather ask and adress instead of the old "Is it or is it not a miracle/Does a miracle prove God?" schpiel. MY question, and I intend to debate in class tomorrow as well--even if they HAVE happened, SHOULD we consider Miracles/a protecting God as real, or is it better to live without that idea of a "protector?"