SR - Let's Get Things Moving

j'lynn yeates jyeates at
Fri Mar 19 07:29:20 PST 1999

On 18 Mar 99, at 16:12, Dory Grace wrote:

> Hmmm. A person in charge would be the "charger"; a "charger" can also be a
> horse; a valient war horse can be referred to as a "steed"; successful
> steeds were often put to stud;......hey, *I know*!!! Let call the winner
> our "War Stud"!!!!

wasn't that a Tull song?  .. but i *like* it!  do muffins come with the 
position and does the regalia include a ceremonial harley (would get a lot more 
interest in the position) ???.  

> Yes, yes, I know, it's sexist; mustn't have that, eh? I guess the female
> equivalent of stud would be brood mare; if she was feeling *really* moody,
> she might also turn into a nag, right?  

but the humble ass much more common and important in the medieval world?  it 
surely is as common in the modern, though it's evolved into a much more 
agressive and fearsome beastie (g)  

.. back to the forest

... When we hunt, we all function with one mind
... - Boingo, Pedestrian Wolves
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