Actually, Justin. I was trying to go into that direction when I spent two days getting to the merchant and getting his opinion on the issue. As far as I knowMessage 1 of 31 , Dec 7 12:57 PMView SourceActually, Justin. I was trying to go into that direction when I spent
two days getting to the merchant and getting his opinion on the issue.
As far as I know Mongol boots were of a number of styles for different
seasons and constructed of a number of materials and the boots made of
hard leather did have the turned-up-nose look. The reason was simple,
it is easier to put your feet through the stirrups (actually field
I honestly do not know how the Mongol footwear evolved through the
ages. What I do know, though, is that there were boots constructed out
of silk that had the "flat" look. This same boot is displayed in
Ulaabaatar museum. And while I have not been in the museum myself, the
person being complained about... the person in charge of the
NYCMongol... was there in person and goes there every year.
Leonid failed to provide any valuable references. Instead he stated
that he does not want to talk about it... every time he replied to
it... and after 2-3 paragraphs of not supported "facts". All I asked
for is to either buck up your words or stop badmouthing honest
On Dec 7, 2007 10:41 AM, Justinos Tekton called Justin <justin@...> wrote:
> On Friday 07 December 2007 10:22, Wolfy wrote:
> > Either you talk about it or you are "not interested". Pick one, be so kind.
> > ~Wolfy
> > P.S. Lord my tail
> > On Dec 6, 2007 9:33 PM, leonid_akulov <email@example.com> wrote:
> > > "Accusations", my lord? That's a strong word that really should be
> > > reserved for someone who at least cares about the issue at hands, and
> > > I do not.
> Good gentles,
> Please remember that we are all noble Lords and Ladies of these Curent Middle
> Ages. I am sorry there has been a misunderstanding, but I ask you to keep in
> mind that email is an imprecise communication medium, without the nuance of
> facial language and body position that help us communicate in person. As such,
> misunderstandings are not uncommon.
> I have seen exchanges of this sort turn from confrontation into a very
> interesting discussion of various viewpoints of history. Could we try to
> turn this situation that same direction, focusing on ideas instead of
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Greetings, I am interested in transportation to and from Gulf War. I just thought there may be a new person with a vehicle and NO gas money that may beMessage 31 of 31 , Feb 26, 2008View SourceGreetings,
I am interested in transportation to and from Gulf War.
I just thought there may be a new person with a vehicle and NO gas money that
may be interested in teaming up with a veteran with some gas money, but NO
vehicle. Also, I would be glad to give some guidance in helping you attend
your first War.
After being in the SCA for about 20 years, I have the grab, camping equipment,
and all that stuff, but my mini-van is worn out and does not run any more, and
being on disablity, I am not able to afford a replacement. So, I am wondering,
if anyone is looking for an additional passager that can help pay for the gas?
I am located in Huntsville, Alabama, just off I-65, which runs between
Nashville, Tn and Birmingham, Alabama. If your route to Gulf Wars takes you
close by, and you would like to pick up another paying passager, I would like
to talk with you about working out some transportation. Since I do not work, I
am open to going any day, the earlyer in the week, the better.
Lady Alara MacGregor of Perth
Kingdom of Meridies