Rickard Parker wrote in response to my response to him:
> As I said, sometimes. I guess it comes down to how often "sometimes" means.
> I meant it as sometimes they get scrambled and sometimes they don't.
> I've been called onto the carpet a few times by supplying too much
> information for students so this time I just vaguely waved in a direction to
While it is true that being subject to the wind means that the fortunes are
sometimes scrambled and sometimes not, I think the heart of the matter will be
found in the relation of writing and speaking, and in the Sibyl's attitude
towards the fortunes.
I'm sorry if you thought I was calling you on the carpet, or chastising you
in anyway. I hope I have never protested the supplying of the information. In
this case I thought it important to refocus the information.