Glad you're happy, gangerh. I had mistaken your first comment as dissatisfaction.
As for me, having coined the phrase "Wordie Treatment" *shines knuckles on chest*, I originally intended it to refer to a sort of hostile (or at least not entirely pleasant) takeover--but we're certainly free to interpret it as a lighthearted romp through the pages of other Wordies' open lists. :-)
*runs off to play with gangerh's synchrolympics list*
Well, I don't know... It's very hard to tell what the list originator wants unless it's explained very clearly. So I assume, perhaps wrongly, that an open list means just that: open to suggestion or complication or entries that are "completely out of sync." *shrugs*
Uh-uh, reesetee. My imaginings are as nought compared with the wonderful invention of my fellow Wordies. Let the chips fall where they may. I'm happy.
And, c_b, you're right, of course. My mistake. I had forgotten the sheer vehement power of the Wordie treatment. Should we not have a description, though, of what treatment Wordies are capable of delivering to an open list, taking it to dimensions completely out of sync with the originator's imaginings?