Originally Posted by Whatever
Then someone moved the line too far. (Hint: the effect on the lines wouldn't be more than the size of the robot).
Why is it too far? I am positing a hypothetical. It could be just far enough. It could be not far enough. So would you mind explaining why it's too far?
The point, which you seem to be missing like anybody swinging at a Kenley Jansen cutter, is that there are a lot of interactions that have to be dealt with in the rules, both on and off the field. How you place your lines and make rules around them (and factor in your possession and contact rules) is a function of all of those interactions. This is a multivariable equation. You don't solve multivariable equations the same way you solve singlevariable equations, right?