[Sca-cooks] Waterbearing

euriol euriol at ptd.net
Wed Jun 18 06:05:10 PDT 2008

And since feasts are not regulated, I think we will be fine. I do recall
last year at the meeting with the Society MoAS at Pennsic that one of the
reason our insurance is so high is that we do serve feasts (this is just
from memory).


On Wed, 18 Jun 2008 06:02:32 -0700 (PDT), Beth Ann Bretter
<ladypeyton at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> Yeah, there's quite a discussion on Chirurgeon's
>> List, including
>> whether this "cover your ass" attitude will go
>> into banning feasts.
>> Patrick (President of SCA Inc) says not, but I'm very
>> much reminded of
>> that quote about how the Nazis destroyed all the
>> "non-Aryans" , of
>> which the Jews were simply the largest and most visible
>> group.
> Well that reaction sounds a little hysterical, to me.  No one is banning
> anything about waterbearing, they're just making it an unofficial
> so that individual waterbearers are responsible for their own actions if
> anything happens at an event.
> That's the way it was until a few years ago and no one died or was
> Personally, I welcome the decision.  It's a refreshing breeze from a BoD
> that usually wants to regulate our pants off.
> Peyton
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