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user story, a list of roles randomly generated for ten townies everyday (by ~von)
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Sun Aug 12 18:55:05 UTC 2018 <login> why does it not display seconds though, not needed i guess
Sun Aug 12 18:55:15 UTC 2018 <login> unless the same person types the same sentence in the same minute
Sun Aug 12 18:55:18 UTC 2018 <jan6> ^
Sun Aug 12 18:55:27 UTC 2018 <jan6> not important, generally
Sun Aug 12 18:55:29 UTC 2018 <login> in which case, it doesn't matter anyway because who would distinguish between the first and second
Sun Aug 12 18:55:51 UTC 2018 <jan6> do you reply to "the thing that person said at the 12th second"?
Sun Aug 12 18:58:13 UTC 2018 <lkosov> Well, if you posit that meaning is context-sensitive, or a social construct based upon a receptive *interpretation* of the conveyed content, then two superficially identical-looking messages are intrinsically... yeah I got nothin', sorry.