- Apr 23, 2001----------
From: Don Luby
Reply To: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sent: Monday, April 23, 2001 11:31 AM
Subject: RE: [SCA-JML] Kabuki Masks
On Mon, 23 Apr 2001, Munson, Eric wrote:
>>> With some study of popular festival dance, kyogen,
>>> and song of a given period, etc. you could
extrapolate what a bushi
>>> who was drunk off his butt would do to express
himself the night
>>> after a battle. Errr.. limited to dance a
>>> Maybe I could open a period karaoke bar at
>> Don't you da... hm. Okay, could be interesting. <G>
> Well, Yamakaminari may have beaten me to it. I seem
> hearing about a party last year.
Well, we've been having karaoke parties at Pennsic
for years (I
think this year will be ten), but they're not "normal
they're modern songs (usually with a specific theme),
supposed to be sung with a really bad Japanese accent.
are chosen (often against their will) from the crowd,
"winners" are selected by some sort of crowd accolade.
> My "big idea" is to have a gong show party. But I
am too concerned
> with approaching periodness at my parties to
actually do it, I fear.
Oh, we don't worry about that - preceding the
karaoke is the
"Japanese movie monster pinata".
Dude, you guys out-gun my camp big time!
Was wondering. I read that Yamakaminari is
volunteering space for classes this year. Is that
going to be the same space you use to hold karaoke? Do
we get to play with the PA system? Or is it closer to
where you store the giant pennis? (joke! joke!)
>>> - mokurai (with "Feeling" now stuck in his head)
>> That's "fiiringuzu" <G>
> Uneducated as I am, I was unsure of how to
> - mokurai
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