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Chris G. Williams Beware: I mix tech and personal interests here.

If you have a game where nobody can lose, doesn't that also mean nobody can win?

So I ask you, the reader, which is worse? 

a) A situation where one (or more) persons will definitely lose, but someone will win, based (hopefully) on effort or ability

or

b) A situation where NOBODY will have a chance of winning, no matter how well they do, because all efforts are rewarded equally, no matter how weak.

Just curious...

Posted on Monday, May 2, 2005 12:52 PM General Interest | Back to top


Comments on this post: Everyone's NOT a winner!

# re: Everyone's NOT a winner!
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You have to go with A.

What would be the point in B? In general games are supposed to bring out you competitive side, how do you now have a winner or a better winner.
Left by JuanBarbatos on May 02, 2005 1:17 PM

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