I. Marc Carlson
IMC at vax2.utulsa.edu
Thu Mar 30 13:22:49 PST 1995
<litch at eden.com (R.Michael Litchfield)>
>Exactly what I have been advocating for years, ignore the heralds.
>Use what you want, find one you can stand (i.e. not so insulting you
>feel complelled to strangle them immediately) to give you advice and
>suggestions but don't bother going through the expense and trouble of
>If someone says anything to you either ignore them or tell them to
Yes, but not all of us have your, er, liguistic skills or eloquance.
For those of us who are inclined to have things passed, I've discovered
two basic tricks to getting your submission through (from a few years
of observation). The first is to take the device you want, and have it
drawn by an heradlic artist, and have it clearly and simply blazoned.
Don't worry if it doesn't look anything like you want, you can DRAW it
anyway you want when you are done.
Why bother, you ask? So no one else can use your device, that's all.
If you don't care, don't bother.
Oh? The other way? It's been my observation that if you are persistant
and whine long enough, things will get passed. :)
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(I. Marc Carlson/IMC at vax2.utulsa.edu)
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