Re: [SCA-JML] Re: help - a garb question
- I second this. Although I understand what you are trying to say, the
term "Nazi" is simply not appropriate for any use other than to
describe a particular political philosophy that originated in 1930's
Germany, and its followers. Anything else diminishes its impact.
I do agree with your garb "ranking system"-- this is a great way to
think about it!
- Abe Akirakeiko
On Dec 13, 2007 7:46 PM, wodeford <wodeford@...> wrote:
> --- In email@example.com, "Rick Johnson" <rikjohnson@...> wrote:
> > 8-10 are the people we admire. Many of the prolific writers on this
> site and those who do the websites we refer to are here. Also the
> rare fashion-nazi.
> You used the N word. (Sigh.)
> Please do not project your prejudices upon innocent people who are
> just trying to do their best within the limits of THEIR skills,
> budgets and time constraints.
> Here endeth the rant,
> Saionji no Hanae,
> whose real life grandparents had the sense to get out of Frankfurt in
> 1936 when they realized it would not be healthy for them or her future
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Rich Goble <mcse4mci@...> wrote:
>sleeve length (it looks modern but at least it will give you an idea)
> Tachi swords were worn blade down, katana and wakazashi blade up.
> I just found a website today that elaborates on men's/women's
It IS modern, especially all the stuff in section 3.1 about sleeves.
It's a nice, basic overview if you're interested in the evolution of
modern women's kimono, otherwise, it may just confuse you.
Saionji no Hanae,