Re: Seeking info on a japanese person I met at Pennsic
- YES!! Thats him. Thanks Sir Koredono and Alcyoneus. I emailed the
address in Alcyoneus's email. The pictures are perfect too. I wanted
to show his design to my squire. Thanks!!!
Tim there is a pretty good chance I will be at Crystal Ball if work
does not interfere..a nasty habit they are fond of lately.
--- In email@example.com, Donald Luby <djl@t...> wrote:
> On Nov 1, 2004, at 7:33 PM, saitojironobitchu wrote:
> > Greetings
> > I have been a lurker on this list for some time,and have enjoyed
> > of what I have read and have decided to stop lurking and become a
> > member. I am Sir Saito Jiro No Bitchu of the Kingdom of Calontir.
> Hi Saito!
> > Many of you already know me. For those that dont you can learn
> > about me here http://www.saito.sgt.cc or look me up at most wars.
> > I am writing becouse I am seeking info on a Japanese persona I
> > this years pennsic war and at previous years wars. My memory for
> > names is terrible so I humbely hope this Lord will forgive me
> > forgetting his name. I am seeking a gentle who wears mostly red
> > japanese armor with a fairly distinctive helmet. It is red with
> > small holes drilled where the eyes in the mask should be. And on
> > of his helmet are long black bull like horns.
> > If someone knows this Lord and would pass my email address on to
> > or if he wouldnt mind you giving me his address I would be
> Is this him?
> His name is (no, really) Nissan Maxima.
> If so, while I don't have a current email address for him, I can
> (through intermediaries) get your contact info to him; and even
> him person might not be that unlikely for you, since he's in
> > This gentle and I after the battles discussed how he made his
> > and I would like to use his process for a similiar project. He
> > kindly explainrd his process and the materials involved. Alas my
> > memory strikes again and I have forgoten the name for the chemical
> > spray foam type of material he said could be bought at any
> > store to make the horns the way he did. The rest of the process I
> > remember but that part(the most important) has escaped my often
> > addled memory.
> > Thanks,
> > Saito
> > dkaemmerer@c...
> > http://www.saito.sgt.cc
> Sir Koredono