Boss Than maybe that is the argument boss? Maybe it is the fact that it isn t the same for the cooks, if they are in the kitchen doing there SCA thing andMessage 1 of 52 , Apr 28, 2010View SourceBoss
Than maybe that is the argument boss? Maybe it is the fact that it isn't the same for the cooks, if they are in the kitchen doing there SCA thing and don't need to be in garb why should we when fighting? I think any double standard should be an issue.
To me, it should be a peer standard first. I know I maybe over stepping but testing a rule/requirement on the peers first should be a good rule of thumb. What do you think?
What do you think about make making specifics for the rule instead of a general rule?
-HOn Wed, Apr 28, 2010 at 9:34 AM, john haren <dimilo247@...> wrote:Hmmm...I dont have an Issue with peers being held to a higher standard.I do know that I have seen cooks(some of these peers) paraded out in front of the royals in modern tee shirts and aprons and this is acceptable so I dont know
"the answer to your first question is SHADDUP!!!!!!!"DEADPOOL issue#23 Darius
"There is something to be learned from a rainstorm. When meeting with a sudden shower, you try not to get wet and run quickly along the road. But doing such things as passing under the eaves of houses, you still get wet. When you are resolved from the beginning, you will not be perplexed, though you still get the same soaking. This understanding extends to everything." Yamamoto Tsunetomo
... I do want to fight. But I m on cardiac meds that promote bleeding. The bruising would be spectacular. Think hemophilia quality stuff. If I cut myselfMessage 52 of 52 , May 1, 2010View SourceLewis Tanzos wrote:
>> I'm not a fighter. (Likely can't ever be, now. On the wrongI do want to fight. But I'm on cardiac meds that promote bleeding.
>> medications, I bruise like a peach.) I'm a herald.
> I've bruised like a peach for my entire life. I'm also a herald. I do
> not find that incompatible with fighting. (OK. I admit that when one
> has the position I currently have, there's not much time for
> There's nothing wrong with "I do not want to fight." While I may not
> understand that attitude, I have always acknowledged that fighting is
> not for everyone.
The bruising would be spectacular. Think hemophilia quality
stuff. If I cut myself shaving, I bleed for half an hour...
> I think his goal is good - a better appearance on the field is a goodYup: already lost. Now what does one do?
> thing. I also think that, if you've reached the point where you feel
> you have to legislate it, especially by shoving it down people's
> throats, you've already lost.