Well, it's a moot point now; there doesn't appear to be much interest to this post. The Deictic problem was:
Specifically, deixis represents the speech event itself: deictic expressions reference the speaker, the speaker’s utterances, the speaker’s location, and the time at which the speech event occurs
The Deixis need not reference some speech event. It often is, but it is not to be assumed. This problem has lead to problems with temporal reference, the HP, and other collateral issue such as tense/aspect
The HP for example should find the Deictic Center within the sentence or paragraph in which it is located, not in relation to the speaker/writer. The Deictic Center is fluid, it is likely to change once you get a verse or 3 away.
I thought it would be a good topic for discussion, especially seeing how others define Deictic Centers.
Maybe there will be some interest after the election