Mundane Politics (was: Re: ANST - Educational view)
Lord Larkin O'Kane
larkin at webstar.net
Tue Nov 11 09:50:36 PST 1997
On Tue, 11 Nov 1997 10:50:32 -0600 (CST), Nan Bradford-Reid
<ad-4na at mail.utexas.edu> wrote:
>Fair enough, but it is something we should all think about and the two are
>very closely related. And it's not politics: Disrespect is disrespect. I
>see it when the colors are being lowered and I see it in SCA court. I
>couldn't count the number of people at the last event I went to (which shall
>remain nameless) who didn't bother to bow/courtesy when entering the
>Presence or who walked right up to the B&B without acknowledging the Crown's
>Presence and/or just turned and walked away after their business was
>concluded. I'm not one of these who thinks you ought to bow to the empty
>thrones everytime you pass them, but when they're occupied...
Guilty as charged Cathrine. I shall endeavor to change it. Thank you
for the gentle reminder.
When your frumenty gets that thin green border around the edge,
it's fimbriated. Don't eat fimbriated frumenty.
-- Lord Ras and Baron Steffan
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