Re: (Households) Japanese sca in Washington state
- On the other hand, I used to be Lady of a clan. Though the clan had its
share of drama, if I wanted to do something Japanese, they appreciated
it and "got it" in a much more immediately fulfilling way than the
average European persona. It's hard to be the weird kid when you're the
only one who knows what you're doing is cool.
That said, there are other ways to have a choir to preach to. Formal
fealty is not necessary to have friendships with fellow Japanese
personas. Households, like friendships, often come and go.
Crowds do tend to be good recruitment devices though. If you want to
attract more folks to the Nihonjin side, that is what households can do
Re: Japanese sca in Washington state
Posted by: "wodeford" wodeford@...
Mon Mar 26, 2007 3:18 pm (PST)
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"chasrmartin" <chasrmartin@...> wrote:
> On the other hand, gratuitous drama, feuding, overacting and hystericsWith respect, this person does not find any of those things
> can be part of the fun.
Saionji no Hanae
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