Re: Stolen items
- This is not my post and I have researched it what I could and can
not find the originators e-mail or contact information. The problem
with forwarding sometimes.
However, the person whose post this is DID put their SCA name on
this and that combined with this unique posting of his should make
it not impossible to find him.
I of course encourage such offers of help and tracking this
Honorable Lord (guessing at lord based on name, though I may hav it
wrong). Such behavior is what I would call a true exhibition of
chivalry in the SCA.
Ian the Green
Ayreton Towne Cryer
--- In Ayreton@yahoogroups.com, "Michael Paige" <michael@...> wrote:
> I read your post, or at least I think it was your post, and I'm
very sorry you lost some items. I myself was unable to make the war
because or mundane issues. I had my vehicle packed and had to unpack
when I decided I had to stay. I don't make armor (anymore) and I
don't make weapons if I can help it. But I would do anything to help
you out. I once saw an incident where a guy found a rather large
amount of cash and turned it in and another guy claimed it was his.
It was the rent for the guy that lost it. The chivalry got involved
but were unable to do anyting because how do you prove cash is
yours. Anyways, I am a humble squire and I am known for my woodwork
and surcoats I make. If there is anything I can do to help you have
a better memory of Gulf Wars and Gleann Abhann, please let me be of
assistance. I am very proud of our war and our part of the world and
would like you to feel the same way. Take care.
> Maximilian von Braun