RE: [SCA-JML] Re: More fun stuff....
- I would also, if I may, suggest that sources be cited with the answers. This will help to alleviate many of the more contentious martial artists who seem to purvey some of this malarkey with great gusto.-----Original Message-----> Okay, taking some suggestions I revised the other questions and
From: Kass McGann [mailto:historian@...]
Sent: Tuesday, January 02, 2001 1:47 PM
Subject: [SCA-JML] Re: More fun stuff....
> some true false as well. I am interested in all comments,
> those berating me for not knowing what I am talking about, because
> I don't. I figure that I might actually learn something this way,
> and I'll force myself to learn the right answers.
> Anyway, for those who are interested, here are 20 true/false
> hope are easy (and correct!)
Beautiful, Ii-dono! I especially love the one about karate gi.
How about this one: The samurai believe that a katana once drawn
cannot be sheathed again until it has drawn blood.
There are far too many people who believe this kind of nonsense and I
think that having a "test" on a website is a good way for them to
learn about their incorrect preconceptions without unduly embarassing
Fujiwara no Aoi
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- Joshua Badgley wrote:
> 2. Maeda Toshiie was famous for his use of shinobi.If you're "famous" for using shinobi, something's gone horribly wrong. <G>
>I'm looking forward to seeing the answer -- and rationale -- for this one.
> 17. The Tokugawa Shogunate froze all the traditions of the Sengoku Jidai,
> so there was very little change between 1600 and the 19th Century.
>This one depends a lot on what you consider "most" and what
> 19. The western ideas, concepts, and objects brought by the Portugese were
> spurned by most Japanese lords.
ideas/concepts/objects are under discussion...