ANST - Archery safety issue
Charlie Ribron II
landf at airmail.net
Wed Apr 18 22:10:40 PDT 2001
Hey I like this one, took it a step farther. But has much has it sounds like
fun I can see that it is to far, with the current Regulations it's about
safe in both directions. Let's see, the fighters don't want in large and the
archers do in large. So way don't we let the ones who want the eye
protection use what they think is best and these who don't take their
chances, this is why we sign waivers we know the risk for our fun. Like I
said before I believe the archers add to the game it makes you thank and
keep a larger view of whats going on in the field.
Let's see what is said and work with what's give to us and let's still
have fun fighting on the field and living our vision of the dream.
From: Mark.S Harris <mark.s.harris at motorola.com>
To: ansteorra at ansteorra.org <ansteorra at ansteorra.org>
Date: Wednesday, April 18, 2001 3:00 PM
Subject: Re: ANST - Archery safety issue
>Charlie Ribron II wrote:
>> This is my opinion, the more you try to prevent on injury the more it
>> happens. Also if you cover an area for one thing you start another ie
>> problems due to not letting the skin get air because your covering it.
>Ah! Then if this is true we can simplify things considerably and
>prevent most injuries. Currently we have all these regulations
>detailing armor, knee protection, kidney protection, neck protection,
>hand protection. Obviously then, since we are trying very hard to
>prevent injury, this is the reason folks somethimes get hurt. Let's
>just try less hard to prevent injuries and they should stop occuring.
>Everyone should go out to battle as the Picts were rumored to do.
>Without anything but a covering of woad. This should also be much
>cooler than that nasty, heavy hot armor.
>And Megan ni Laine de Belle Rive often has imported woad powder
>from Scotland for sale at Pennsic. (see my woad-msg file in
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