On 2008-04-10, Vincent wrote:
Chris: Of course I don't demand that every single time, something unwelcome happens. I'm happy to play indefinitely with nothing unwelcome happening, just as long as sometimes, something unwelcome really might happen.
I would call unthought of the underlying foundation of unwelcome, and unwelcome the inevitable consequence of unthought of.
For instance, it's when the unthought of happens to be unwelcome that you find out whether you're really playing by the game's formal rules, or sometimes fudging them.