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Started by Jason Lee, February 22, 2003, 07:48:52 PM
Quote from: erithromycinInitially, I thought the Foo Foo Factor was a measure of how likely a character was to survive something.What Walt said has led me to consider that it's a measure of the character remaining intact.Does that distinction make sense? I suppose you could call it the difference between someone walking into a gunfight knowing that they're bulletproof, and someone walking into a gunfight knowing that they've got story immunity.Are these different things? Or is this gap what Ron was talking about when he mentioned 3F as a candidate for inclusion in the Grand Unified Theory?