User talk:RLent

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The Wookieepedian 21:49, 17 December 2005 (UTC)


Regarding your question about chickens playing tic-tac-toe in casinos - you were correct, and the article was in error. The casinos with chickens are in Atlantic City, not Las Vegas. Thank you for pointing that out. DS 12:24, 12 June 2006 (UTC)

Monopoly Discussion[edit]

I note your comment about double bankruptcy whereby you take the mortgaged assets of a player made bankrupt could in turn make you bankrupt.

I have considered this myself and whislt not happened during normal play it can happen, but I think the rules give a get out clause for this, in that they say The last player left in the game wins which is what you would be if it was down to two players.

If this happened and three were playing, and you made player B bankrupt, him turning his assets over caused you to be bankrupt, to the bank as you cant afford mortgage interest, player c would win as the banks auction would be all property sold off at £1. If this makes sense, it was just nice to know someone out there had had a similar thoguht. --PrincessBrat 22:46, 23 March 2007 (UTC)


Having noticed that you had participated in discussion for the first move of Tisane, I am giving you notice that a second move has been proposed, this time to the more common Herbal tea, which is currently a redirect, in keeping with Wikipedia guidelines posted on the talk page. Feel free to contribute if you are still interested in the issue. --♦♦♦Vlmastra♦♦♦ 16:58, 29 September 2007 (UTC)