[Ansteorra] knights in America
bhadradharma at gmail.com
Mon Jan 28 07:51:16 PST 2008
Sorry, I hit the send button in error when I meant to reply to Bors
Sabina Maria d'Giblet
From: Baronman at aol.com
Date: 1/27/2008 8:16:14 PM
To: ansteorra at lists.ansteorra.org
Subject: Re: [Ansteorra] knights in America
In a message dated 1/27/2008 5:11:39 PM Central Standard Time,
rmorgan at satx.rr.com writes:
Would you please explain what you are trying to say here! There are several
ways that this could be interpreted; a couple of which I take great offence
to. First, I am a Gentleman and I was born in the south this however does
not mean that I in any way condone or will tolerate the abomination of
slavery or racism of any kind. Furthermore the implication that our kingdom
in some way is bringing back the horror of that time is slanderous.
Hopefully your intent was different than it appears and I am over reacting.
Sir Richard ap Morgan
> Here in this pretty world Gallantry took its last bow ...
> Here was the last ever to be seen of Knights and their Ladies Fair, Look
for it only in books, for it is no more than a dream remembered,
> a Civilization gone with the wind.
> Except in Ansteorra
Check modified quote- that was what was intended- Sorry if misconstrued
No offense intended - You are overeacting- but that's OK
Slavery was and is wrong-
No knight I know of is a bigot.
Only meant that the old ways are gone except in Ansteorra but
We in this kingdom are trying to hold onto the good parts of the past by
recreating it. That was my intent.
But on the other hand what about our current civilization?
The days when what a person said is what they meant.
The days when it was what was on your inside not your possessions that was
The days when you helped your friends not screw them over.
The days when a bussiness transaction could be sealed with a handshake.
The days when you where happy just being happy-
The days when you went to a religious house of worship to solve your
problems- not to a pharmacy.
The days when it was what you are was important- not the color of you skin.
The days when a kid could ride their bicycle after dark and no one worried
about them getting home OK
The days when you knew all your neighbors.
The days when kids played in everybodies backyard because there were no
The days when no one knew what a plastic surgeon was.
The days when five households shared one telephone line -now there are five
telephone lines for one household.
The days when you trusted your doctor-not sue him for being human.
The days when your identity was yours and nobody could steal it.
The days I am describing are days that I lived through and remember- these
days are gone.
I feel very sorry for the future generations who have this legacy to build
I am the first of the baby boomers and I can't say I am proud of everything
that my generation has done.
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