Again. I told you it was obvious Cougs was the investigator. He made it too obvious:
* He said, on day two: I am certain Chuck is mafia. There was not enough yet at that point 100% that Cougs was mafia, so he clearly happened to investigate chuck day 1. He also did base his vote for chuck on one of his overly complex theories.
* Then Cougs said right before day 2 ended, "I believe thedude is mafia too, because he refuses to change his vote from lastings to chuck."
* Day 3 starts: Immediately, he declares that he is certain I am a townie. Again no annoying theory he just is convinced of my innocence for little reasoning.
* What changed? Certainly nothing I did. My refusal to not change from lastings to chuck should have convinced him that I was mafia. Except that he was the investigator and investigated me discovering that I was not mafia.
* Since Cougs was certain I was not mafia, and he was the investigator (and thus he clearly investigated me) that should be enough for you to know that I am not mafia.
If that is not enough to convince you of my innocence, then you should look at the fact that I was the biggest accuser of lastings (a proven mafiaso):
* I was the third vote on lastings when, if i was mafia, would have simply piled onto another player (many people had votes at the time i voted for).
* I also was so convinced that Lastings was mafia that i refused to change my vote to chuck when it would have been easy to do so.
* I suggested that Mookie was killed because he called out lastings, on day 2, at a time when everyone else was baffled by mookie's death.
My vote for sluggers is no evidence at all. It was not quick, it came after pages and pages of stupidity by other players that i read through. I would have voted for lastings, but every other player was quick to dismiss him, so there was no chance of support there. Notice that since lastings did not vote for sluggers at least three townies did so? The fact I was one of three (or four townies) that voted for sluggers means that my vote for him is very weak evidence of any mafia connection.
"I do not think baseball of today is any better than it was 30 years ago... I still think Radbourne is the greatest of the pitchers." John Sullivan 1914-Old athletes never change.