Who let this guy in here anyway? He's not wearing courtly garb, no "Your Majesty" or "Your Grace" when he addresses me and he's droning endlessly about his diagram and how the kingdom will benefit from it.
So this circuit will tally all of the votes in your kingdom and feed them into your castle. Uh--thanks let me read the spec again...right-o, this is a monarchy, yes. Okay, so this circuit allows you to enter the king's will into this input, and then, voila, it is output to each and every citizen in the kingdom instantly!
@NoNiclName_#2....you can correct your own posts after you post them....just click on Edit/Delete below the post and you can change or delete it. Pretty obvious.... but I didn't realise till someone pointed it out to me either! :-)
Scientist: "The lab boys in the alchemy department came up with this MRI thing, that lets us see what our king is thinking. We first squeeze some juice from the head, then the sushi chef tastes it, and lets us know what HE thinks."
King: "I can already tell you what I think...let's cut off the scientist's head, and see if there is anything in there! By the way, what does MRI stand for?"
Scientist: "Well, it was My Revelation Idea, but I heard the Beta Testers calling it, Much Rubbish Inside."
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