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Posted on Saturday, August 19, 2006 - 5:25 pm:   Edit PostDelete PostView Post/Check IPPrint Post   Move Post (Moderator/Admin Only)Ban Poster IP (Moderator/Admin only)

Dave missed the train. He did a little dance.
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Was he happy to miss the train? Did he not want really want to get on the train? Is it relevant where the train was going?
Dave = male adult human? Is this from real life, or your imagination?
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Was he happy to miss the train? Noish Did he not want really want to get on the train? No, he did want to Is it relevant where the train was going? Not really. He was going home.
Dave = male adult human? male teenage human, but irrel Is this from real life, or your imagination? real life
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Did he expect the dance to achieve anything?
Was it for the benefit of any onlookers? Come to think of it, were there any onlookers? Is there anyone else apart from Dave relevant here?
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Did he expect the dance to achieve anything? No
Was it for the benefit of any onlookers? Partly, I doubt he would have done it if he had been alone. Come to think of it, were there any onlookers? Yes Is there anyone else apart from Dave relevant here? Yes, but just of average relevancy
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Train as in a literal, on-the-rails kinda train?
Was he waiting at the station?
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Train as in a literal, on-the-rails kinda train? Yes
Was he waiting at the station? He was at the station, yes
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Did the dance convey some emotion of his to the onlookers? Frustration? Anger? Joy?
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Did the dance convey some emotion of his to the onlookers? Yes, although a tiny, tiny FA in the question Frustration? No Anger? No Joy? Yes
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Was he pretending to be happy he missed the train?
Was he actually happy he missed this train?
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Was he pretending to be happy he missed the train? No
Was he actually happy he missed this train? Yope
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Was the train he missed the one he intended to get on? Or did he realise as it was pulling away that it was the wrong train?
Did missing the train mean he had another benefit (he could, for instance, stay at his girlfriends house having legitimately tried and failed to catch the train)?
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Was the train he missed the one he intended to get on? Yes Or did he realise as it was pulling away that it was the wrong train? No
Did missing the train mean he had another benefit Not really (he could, for instance, stay at his girlfriends house having legitimately tried and failed to catch the train)? Haha...no
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Was Dave in the vicinity of the train when he missed it? Within a few seconds/minutes walking distance?
Was he happy because the train missed him?
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was he the only one who missed the train?
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Relevant why he missed the train? Did he arrive with another train which was late?
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Mike:
Was Dave in the vicinity of the train when he missed it? Yes Within a few seconds/minutes walking distance? He was already on the platform
Was he happy because the train missed him? No

Catrien:
was he the only one who missed the train? No

Christiane:
Relevant why he missed the train? No Did he arrive with another train which was late? No
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Did the train stop at the station?
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Is missing the train relevant to him doing the dance? If he had caught the train, would he be less happy than having missed it?
At a time one minute before the train set off, was he on the platform?
At a time five minutes before the train left, would he have been happier catching the train than missing? Or happier missing the train than catching?
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Did he dance voluntarily? Did the circumstances somehow coerce him to dance?

Some wild shots:

Was he shot at and tried to evade the bullets? Is this a Western setting? Something like "Dance for me, cowboy!" - *PANG* *PANG* *PANG* *PANG* *PANG* *PANG*?

Was he attacked by a swarm of insects?
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Christiane:
Did the train stop at the station? Yes

Mike:
Is missing the train relevant to him doing the dance? Yesish If he had caught the train, would he be less happy than having missed it? No, but..
At a time one minute before the train set off, was he on the platform? No
At a time five minutes before the train left, would he have been happier catching the train than missing? Or happier missing the train than catching? I'm sure he would rather have caught the train, but...

Christiane:
Did he dance voluntarily? Yes Did the circumstances somehow coerce him to dance? No, not coerced

Some wild shots:

Was he shot at and tried to evade the bullets? No Is this a Western setting? No Something like "Dance for me, cowboy!" - *PANG* *PANG* *PANG* *PANG* *PANG* *PANG*? Nope, it was an entirely voluntary, happy little dance.

Was he attacked by a swarm of insects? No
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he was not the only one to miss the train.
how many others missed it? one (his girlfriend?)? two? more?
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he was not the only one to miss the train.
how many others missed it? one Yes (his girlfriend? Nope, just a friend.)? two? more?
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Did anything relevant happen after he missed the train but before he danced?

Did he dance only after realizing that his friend missed the train as well?

Did he realize that his friend was trying to catch the same train? If so, was he happy that they weren't separated? If not? Was he glad to see his friend? Did the reason for the dance have anything to do with the friend at all?
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Did anything relevant happen after he missed the train but before he danced? No..ish

Did he dance only after realizing that his friend missed the train as well? No

Did he realize that his friend was trying to catch the same train? Yes If so, was he happy that they weren't separated? No If not? Was he glad to see his friend? Did the reason for the dance have anything to do with the friend at all? Not really, just that he probably wouldn't have done his dance if he had been alone, due to the fact that he might look a bit crazy
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Did he see the train pull out of the station? At the time the train pulled out, was he aware his friend had also missed the train? Did the movement of the train cause something relevant to be seen? Or heard? after it had gone?
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Did he see the train pull out of the station? Yes At the time the train pulled out, was he aware his friend had also missed the train? Yes, they had been running to catch it together Did the movement of the train cause something relevant to be seen? Or heard? after it had gone? No...but try rephrasing
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After the train pulled out, was something seen by the man which was relevant? Something which made him happy he'd missed the train?
After the train pulled out, was something heard by the man which was relevant? Something which made him happy he'd missed the train?
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After the train pulled out, was something seen by the man which was relevant? No Something which made him happy he'd missed the train? No
After the train pulled out, was something heard by the man which was relevant? No Something which made him happy he'd missed the train? And no
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Was something seen (? or heard?) on the train just before it pulled out, which would make that particular train seem less attractive?
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Was something seen (? or heard?) on the train just before it pulled out, which would make that particular train seem less attractive? Non
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Was the guy taking dancing lessons? Was he into any kind of sport?
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Was the guy taking dancing lessons? irrel Was he into any kind of sport? irrel
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Did Dave and/or his friend see someone catching the train or already inside it?
Is Dave's friend male? Female? Is it relevant?
Would Dave do the same little dance in other circumstances (e.g. waiting for a bus, waiting for a flight)?
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Did he see someone on the train that he recognised as the train pulled away?? If yes, is this person relevant??
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Daniel:
Did Dave and/or his friend see someone catching the train or already inside it? No
Is Dave's friend male? No Female? Yes Is it relevant? No
Would Dave do the same little dance in other circumstances (e.g. waiting for a bus, waiting for a flight)? If a particular circumstance is in place, then yes

Earl:
Did he see someone on the train that he recognised as the train pulled away?? No If yes, is this person relevant??
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Does he have any sort of psychological disease?
Is it relevant to know the time this situation took place?
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Was this one of those situations where he didn't like to admit that he wanted to catch the train? (well illustrated by the comedian Peter Kay with a man running for a bus)

Was there a realisation that if he'd caught that train then it would have been a through train which wouldn't have stopped at his station?

Did he suddenly remember that he was supposed to be doing something else instead of catching the train?
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Daniel:
Does he have any sort of psychological disease? No
Is it relevant to know the time this situation took place? YES, extremely

Lynne:
Was this one of those situations where he didn't like to admit that he wanted to catch the train? No (well illustrated by the comedian Peter Kay with a man running for a bus)

Was there a realisation that if he'd caught that train then it would have been a through train which wouldn't have stopped at his station? No

Did he suddenly remember that he was supposed to be doing something else instead of catching the train? No
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OK, so... Was it in the morning? Noon? Afternoon? Evening? Night?
If it were another time of the day, wouldn't he have danced (even if he missed the train in the same circumstance)?
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Has it anything to do with astronomy (eclipse? alignment of planets?)
Has it anything to do with religion? beliefs?
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OK, so... Was it in the morning? Yes Noon? Afternoon? Evening? Night? Yes
If it were another time of the day, wouldn't he have danced (even if he missed the train in the same circumstance)? He would not have danced
Has it anything to do with astronomy (eclipse? alignment of planets?) No...
Has it anything to do with religion? No beliefs? No
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So... It was morning and night, right?
Is it a special place on Earth?
Is it a special occasion, one special day?
Or by saying it was morning and night you meant it was morning but still dark?
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So... It was morning and night, right? Yesish..
Is it a special place on Earth? No
Is it a special occasion, one special day? Rephrase?
Or by saying it was morning and night you meant it was morning but still dark? Yesish, but..
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Relevant where he came from? A pub? Was he drunk?

Did this happen at the time of day some call "late at night" and others "early in the morning"?

Did this happen in winter? Geographical position relevant? Close to one of the poles?
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Is it a particular date that is celebrated each year?
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Christiane:
Relevant where he came from? Not really A pub? Kind of Was he drunk? Possibly, but not too relevant

Did this happen at the time of day some call "late at night" and others "early in the morning"? Yes

Did this happen in winter? No Geographical position relevant? No Close to one of the poles? No

Martin:
Is it a particular date that is celebrated each year? YES
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Is the time extremley relevant?
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Is the time extremley relevant? YES
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Bells?
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Bells? No
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Oh that may have blown my theory!
Clocks?
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Oh that may have blown my theory!
Clocks? He does not see any clocks, no
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Does he know what the time is?
Do the other people know what the time is?
Does he realise the time because he has missed the train?
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Does he know what the time is? Yes
Do the other people know what the time is? Probably
Does he realise the time because he has missed the train? Yes, precisely
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Is it new years eve?
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Is it new years eve? No, but ORT
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Somebodys Birthday?
His Birthday?
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So, did he dance because he was celebrating some date?
A personal date?
Jumpingjack (Jumpingjack)
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Post Number: 555
Registered: 3-2006
Posted on Tuesday, October 03, 2006 - 11:55 am:   Edit PostDelete PostView Post/Check IPPrint Post   Move Post (Moderator/Admin Only)Ban Poster IP (Moderator/Admin only)

Martin:
His Birthday? Yes!

******************SPOILER*********************

My friend Dave and I live in the same area, so we often take the train back together. On the night just before his birthday, we left a party 10 minutes before midnight, and hurried to the train station to catch the last train, which left at 12. Unfortunately, just as we reached the platform, we saw the train pull out of the station and move off without us. Aware that it must now be 12 am, Dave did a little dance to celebrate the 18 years he had passed on earth.

Thanks for playing! :-)

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