On 11/7/08, Joseph Pate <jpate@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
OK am I just missing something here? Did Carol have a typo on the
text? This "and" vs. "then" seems moot because the text is "and then",
is it not? ...which is functionally equivalent to "then", i.e. there
is a sequence which may be interrupted.
Yes, I had a typo. My apologies.
The text reads: "...you may discard your entire hand and draw a new hand...."
There is no then. There is only and.
That's got to have some zen consequences... "there is no then..."