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'''Out Of Period''' (often abbreviated OOP) refers to anything that was not discovered or in general use during the time-frame accepted to be covered by the SCA. By contrast, anything that falls within the accepted time-frame is said to be "in period" or simply [[period]].
 
'''Out Of Period''' (often abbreviated OOP) refers to anything that was not discovered or in general use during the time-frame accepted to be covered by the SCA. By contrast, anything that falls within the accepted time-frame is said to be "in period" or simply [[period]].
  
Some items that would technically be OOP are considered "in period by consensus" (not sure of the exact phrasing) as life would be way too difficult without them. Some examples include:
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Some items that would technically be OOP are considered "in [[period by consensus]]" (not sure of the exact phrasing) as life would be way too difficult without them. Some examples include:
 
* [[duct tape]]
 
* [[duct tape]]
 
* [[gumbies]]
 
* [[gumbies]]
 
* [[coffee]] (ie for non-eastern personas)
 
* [[coffee]] (ie for non-eastern personas)
 
* [[cigarettes]]
 
* [[cigarettes]]

Revision as of 02:52, 12 July 2003

Out Of Period (often abbreviated OOP) refers to anything that was not discovered or in general use during the time-frame accepted to be covered by the SCA. By contrast, anything that falls within the accepted time-frame is said to be "in period" or simply period.

Some items that would technically be OOP are considered "in period by consensus" (not sure of the exact phrasing) as life would be way too difficult without them. Some examples include: