I hear what you are trying to say, but it sounds a bit out of character for LSAC. Also, I don't think it's accurate. Technically if B flew plane one in the beginning of the show and then flew plane 2 later on in the show which part of the rules would she be violating?
It doesn't matter because we're not dealing with any change among the elements (e.g. pilots & co-pilots) over time
when interpret rules so that can't proceed, reconsider.
"are all aboard planes that are flying in the airshow" narrows the scope to the pilots and copilots flying concurrently
Quote from: Julie Fern on June 01, 2010, 06:54:37 AMwhen interpret rules so that can't proceed, reconsider.Are you suggesting that when I'm posed with a difficult question (or complete game for that matter) I should amend the given rules to help solve the question/s??
when one interpretation of rules lead nowhere and simpler interpretation lead somewhere, choice obvious.