Drummers, bards, Huh?
Paulette L Ogg
oggb at juno.com
Sun Dec 15 20:50:11 PST 1996
On Sun, 15 Dec 1996 21:58:14 -0600 (CST) "J. Michael Shew"
<jshewkc at pei.edu> writes
> So the argument is really; How cricket is it to tell the
>uninvited attack bard/Attack drummers to take it elsewhere? I have made
>doing just that. Some people have made crude and, (I think...)
>unwarranted accusations about me that I am a "purist" or a "Drum
It is very "Cricket" to tell them to leave. and if they are true SCA'ers
they should respect your wishes. You Ask them to leave nicely if that
don't work you insist. and GIVE them the reasons why. If they think your
crude That is their problem , it is your camp and like at you home you
only have to let in those you want in....be it bard or drummer. No one
has the right to just walk into your home and take over and you would
have no problems telling them to leave, why should your camp be any
> Well, it's nice to know that the problem isn't just in my
I would have to say if you have more than 2 people together around a camp
fire you have potential for a disagreement, anywhere, over anything.
HL Gwendolene McIver
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