[Elfsea] Lolly Lolly Lolly! Get your Knowne World Handbooks here!
lygabrielerdb at hotmail.com
Thu Aug 9 19:55:16 PDT 2001
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You didn't give your number to call before 10pm. I would like one in book
style please. Where can I get my money to you?
Lady Gabriele Rene' de Bernard
>From: Tessa Nieto
>Reply-To: elfsea at ansteorra.org
>To: elfsea at ansteorra.org
>Subject: [Elfsea] Lolly Lolly Lolly! Get your Knowne World Handbooks here!
>Date: Thu, 9 Aug 2001 11:07:48 -0700 (PDT)
>Oh! Good morning to you! I do hope you are having a
>Say? What's the matter? You look a little down in the
>dumps. You didn't lose all your money on bearbaiting
>last night, did you?
>Oh...someone made fun of you for not having a Knowne
>World Handbook. *tsk tsk tsk* Why worry? That is
>something that can be easily remedied!
>Yes indeed folks! The SCA Known World Handbook can
>solve all your SCA needs! It slices! It dices! It
>juliannes! And it'll scrub the grout in your bathroom
>tile til it's white as snow! Ok, maybe it won't do all
>that but it is good for something!
>Let's take Mercutio Bonnaventure here. He was down
>because he didn't know anything about how the SCA
>started. Let's listen to what he has to say:
>"Mamma Mia! I a-didn't-a know-a anything-a about-a the
>SCA. People were a-makin' fun uh me left and
>a-right-a. But then-a! I a-bought a Known-a World-a
>Hand-abook-a and it was great! All of a sudden, I was
>speaking better and I knew that Marian Zimmer Bradely
>came up with the name for the SCA. Thanks Knowne World
>Ah yes...the Knowne World Handbook. We have it in two
>styles: bound for all you book types and loose-leaf
>for those who absolutely MUST have it in a binder.
>What does this fine treasure every SCAdian must own
>cost, you ask? $50? $32? $19.95? Nope! If you act now,
>you can have the SCA world at your fingertips for the
>low LOW price of... (drumroll)....$16! That's right!
>Call me now (but not after 10!) and put in your order
>before these SCA treasures are gone!
>Eleanor, Lady Cleavely
>KWH Hawker Extraordianre
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