Re: Discussion list?
- --- In Authentic_SCA@yahoogroups.com, Laurie Cavanaugh
> LOL! I'm glad that they don't inflict themselves only on the SCA.The
> re-enactor groups do have standards, however, and I assume thatthis
> includes procedures for removing such offenders? Or was this ladypart
> of the 'viewing public'?I can't answer for LuAnn, but my experiences have all been with
members of the public who mistake a reenactment for a Ren Faire and
decide to come "in costume".
I certainly don't mind someone "dressing funny" on my time. Your
fashion choices are your own business.
It's when they start talking to the public (or the TV cameras) in
lieu of us that boils my blood.
You don't take your saxaphone to a concert and start playing along
with the band, know what I mean?
- At 09:32 PM 2/6/2003 -0500, you wrote:
>One of my very few complaints about the SCA is that this outfit hasAh, but it has greatly improved my appreciation for those who do it
>totally ruined my sense of wonder at seeing people in archaic dress.
correctly. Those who wear proper clothing and have the proper deportment
for the clothing/time/area they are representing are more of a joy for me