[Elfsea] Inman speech at Steppes 12th Night
Carolle M. Cox
hpockets at verizon.net
Sun Jan 8 15:36:31 PST 2006
....right behind you, Crandall! With Ld. David and Tenchi Sueko-san beside
me. Who else will join us to wind back that volunteer war point??
DFWchinlovers at yahoogroups.com
People are like stained glass windows. They sparkle and shine when the sun
is out, but when darkness sets in, their beauty is revealed only if there is
a light from within. -- Elizabeth Kübler-Ross
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Sent: Sunday, January 08, 2006 1:40 PM
To: Barony of Elfsea
Subject: [Elfsea] Inman speech at Steppes 12th Night
Those of you too new to remember the inspiring speeches that Duke Inman used
to do have been playing far too short a time.
Last night at the Steppes 12th Night, Duke Inman announced that he was
willing to come out of retirement and attend Gulf War to "show us how it is
While he admitted that his rally cry was not up to the snuf of the Late Sir
Ricardo, many in this Kingdom have never heard anything at that level
I think he even inspired "King Henry" to make the attempt to join with us.
Those who need additional ease of registering, I know that the web site is
up and on line will happen. And if sending checks, mine was sent in November
and cashed just before Christmas.
I will be there working for Crown and Kingdom, and I hope to see many
friends by my side.
This Kingdom is known for our hard work and generosity, and we were asked to
pool our resources so that th! ose who have been affected by the current
rise in the cost of living seek out those who may have space in vehicles, so
that those who are able to take the time to be at the war are. Plus
traveling together can be fun, as was shown by the great dual mooning I
received one year from the other vehicle in our little caravan. Thanks,
Crandall, Olde Foole
"In all life one should comfort the afflicted, but verily, also, one should
afflict the comfortable, and especially when they are comfortably,
contentedly, even happily wrong."
-John Kenneth Galbraith
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