> O Oracle, who never errs, but whose priests do,
> A long time ago, I had an entry in the Oracularities which appeared
> twice in the same issue, thanks to a Priest's clerical mistake;
> maybe two mistakes, the first being to choose it at all, since it
> wasn't very good.
> At that time, the Oracularities didn't include the voting results of
> earlier issues; recently, I discovered that I could get the results
> by asking your mailserver to send oracle/votes.
> Looking through the old results, I found the following:
> 467-06 e5211 1.7
> 467-07 38230 2.1
> Exactly the same Question with exactly the same Answer, but two very
> different results!
> I have a few hypotheses about why the votes were different, but I
> feel I need more data to properly understand the phenomenon.
> In order to advance the cause of human knowledge, please order the
> Priest who reviews this to select this Question, and your Answer,
> many times, so that the same exchange will appear ten times in one
> issue of the Oracularities, so that I can study the resulting voting
> Oh. That's not a question. Ummm,
> If pigs had wings they could fly, so since they have flies why can't
> they just wing it?