30737Re: An introduction
- Mar 24, 2003--- In Authentic_SCA@yahoogroups.com, "Kass McGann" <historian@r...>
> --- In Authentic_SCA@yahoogroups.com, Scott CozadYou cannot escape me Kass. Haaaahaaaahaaaahaaa.
> <scott@c...> wrote:
> > I joined this list recently after finding a link to it on the
> > reconstructing history web page. I do living history and know
> Kass and Bob.
> > I do everything from Viking to WWII. So yes I am a time slut.
> Oh NO! Who let *him* in here?!?!?! <JOKE>
> Ladies and gentlemen, please let me introduce my dear friend,any
> Scott -- fellow authenticist and living history slut. "He'll do
> period." Also known as the man most likely to do more costumeMy goal in a few years is to tie Chort's record number of period
> changes than me at MTT this year... creep!
changes at an event. Except I plan to do mine in drag.
> Scott is in my 17th century group and my WWII group and he'sBoy,
> just joined our 15th century group too. Now he's on this list.
> it's a good thing I like him. ;)You just like me for my good looks ;-).
> He's big into archery (and assorted projectile weapons) andto
> "getting all the pieces right". The Kingdom of Atlantia is lucky
> have him. Please give him a warm welcome!Thanks Kass for the rousing introduction. I am newly returned to the
SCA. I was a member years ago but left after some bad experiences.
I met some really cool people who do SCA. They in turn introduced me
to some really cool SCA folks. I must say I really like the attitude
and information on this list. Its hard to strike that balance and
you all seem to do it.
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