[Ansteorra] a question
drwise at houston.rr.com
Tue Apr 29 16:16:36 PDT 2003
As the person who you are most likely referring to, let me clarify the context of what I was said. I said that 99% of the time what we do is 'political', not 'legal'. The remark was intended to point out that the vast majority of our involvement with the SCA is relating to one another as
individuals within a club, without any 'legal' consequences. The remark was intended to distinguish the other 1% of the time when the actions of some members will carry a legal significance with outside parties such as the IRS or third party businesses.
Of course, the term 'political' means many things to many people. In my usage it simply refers to interacting with others. Now how you go about doing that will determine whether people consider you to be honorable or not.
I hope this helps to clarify things, if you have any other questions, I'll try to answer them best as I can.
Sir Alexis LaBouche
joe lemming wrote:
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> hi,i have a philosophical question. on sunday i heard a knight say that the sca is ninety nine percent politics and only one percent other. since there is no honor or chilvary in politics, only nderhanded deceipt. does that mean that if a equals b and b equals c that a equals c?just an observer
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