[Sca-cooks] Unmitigated bullpucky

Ian Kusz sprucebranch at gmail.com
Mon Aug 13 23:10:31 PDT 2012

Well, I can't say much about this; I've only once submitted something of
mine, and it was to a "starter event" "beginner's competition for A&S."

There they required you to find the original documentation, and obtain a
tape-recorded interview with the writer.

Mine was disallowed, too much background noise.  Apparently, the guy was in
the middle of the Battle of Agincourt, at the time.

That's what I get for using Western European documentation.

On Mon, Aug 13, 2012 at 10:10 PM, Terry Decker <t.d.decker at att.net> wrote:

> Sounds like someone being officious in the extreme or possibly circle of
> misunderstanding.  Why not email the Guildmistress and ask what the
> standards are?  Especially since your friend is being asked to produce
> documentation beyond the most rigorous academic standards I've ever
> encountered.
> Bear
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Aruvqan" <aruvqan at gmail.com>
>  I was just chatting with a buddy who is currently attempting to jump
>> through some hoops over at the EK brewers guild.
>> He has been informed that to document a project of his, he has to provide
>> *notarized* copies of *primary* sources.
>>  In other words, he needs to find a copy of a document that is prior to
>> 1600, and get it into the presence of a notary public while it is copied
>> for him so the notary can document it is an exact copy of said
>> documentation.
> <clipped>

Ian of Oertha

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