"I’m going to be the first to say it. Justus wins this whole thing."
-- Jack Cardetti on the TigerBloodTourney, March 16, 2011
There is only one possible outcome. He couldn't have known this when he said it, but his words have nearly come to pass. One win separates the champion from her title; that same win yields the pundit his satisfaction. Electors, human or cyborg, now conspire only to fulfill that which has been prophesied, with no purchase on the ultimate result. How else could it be? Who could win but the garnerer of most massive tallies and dominator of all those who challenged? Who better than the trusted prognosticator sagely to predict his own demise? Everything in it's right place, all products comfortably at rest in the hands of their proud creators.
There can be only one outcome. But first, we vote.