I wasn't among the last...in fact I was driving the Seon wagon pretty much all day. But that's okay. It does bear considering that anyone jumping in for the save would be suspect, and if someone had tried and failed they'd be out too. So the fact that someone was here and didn't jump for the save doesn't prove they are town. Which brings me to saying what I was thinking about while getting dinner. I know my weaknesses, and I am totally tunneled in on Snerk. Me giving my reasons and Snerk defending himself would just be tiresome beating of the poor dead horse from both sides, so I'm going to quietly withdraw. If someone points out that I'm just being daft I'm not gonna argue, but as I said about my weaknesses I'm in no position to judge their arguments either. If someone takes my side and Snerk sets out a defense maybe seeing it from the sidelines will give me a different perspective. If that happens I'll let you know. Somethings other than Snerk that I think merits a deeper look now that we know where Seon actually stood...that exchange around post 250 that set me on "Seon or bust" was started by Tak, and then he backed off. He gave me a good explanation when I asked him why...good enough at the time anyway...but someone with fresher eyes revisiting that would be a good thing. Obviously the other characters that jumped off the Seon wagon besides Snerk need examining too. Those who were in for the kill maybe can't be just assumed town, but I'm mostly willing. If Visor was playing a deep feint with that last minute switch to kill a mafia mate he's way too deep for me and we should just concede. And despite me being loud and persistent and Raskol being gracious enough to commend my effort the truth is I was pretty much just parroting arguments she had made early on so I think her unwavering Seon vote can be taken at face value. Note that I have nothing to say about Zelda here. So, sleep well, if with one eye open, and let us hope that USA#1 comes through for us again.