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From: Bradley Aaron Rebh <brebh@*****.BGSU.EDU>
Subject: Re: Lord Torgo again....He's fun to talk about :)
Date: Tue, 21 Apr 1998 15:28:14 -0400
On Wed, 22 Apr 1998, hansen wrote:

> >That's a very interesting argument and a fresh outlook at the ruling, but
> >I'm not getting it. :P I understand the concept, I just don't agree with
> >it. I'm not trying to be a jerk here (I honestly don't know, I was an Art
> >major in College), where did you find that concept? the way that you talk
> >about it, it sounds like it's a math theory or something. :)
> Ge I guess I was listening in Math class.

maybe, guess that makes you a better person than me. :P

> >Sorry, but ignorance _can_be_ bliss. :)
> Yes, but usually spells trouble at the very least....
> >Theory aside, how can something be a ganger twice? If I go back to school
> >and finish my drawing degree, I'm not an Artist-2. I'm still an Artist, I
> >just now can be considered a Drawer and a 3-D Artist, right?
> Ok... Let's simplify this a little....
> You have an Art degree.
> You go back to school and apply for the course again....
> You pass and you get another degree.
> You now have 2 Art degrees but the second one (actually in the case of a
> degree it's the one with lower grades) is redundant.
> You were an artist before and you still are an artist...

my point exactly, thank you very much. So, Torgo "graduates" to a new
level of Ganger Leadership and ignores the part of becoming a Ganger
Leader, he simply gains more abilities without losing his old ones.

> I knew a guy who was (stress was) a member of two gangs (don't see him
> nowadays wonder what happened...). So technically it's possible, but not a
> good idea, to be a ganger twice. Think in terms of agent, double agent,
> triple agent etc....

Sounds like a special card in the works or some what like Divided
Loyalties to me.


Bradley Aaron Rebh


920 E.Wooster #4
Bowling Green, OH 43402


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