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- Oh man! Is there going to be an essay test?
I'm relieved to know that my understanding wasn't far off the mark.
The paragraphs you referenced, Alison, are great. I like being a guest, too. It also reassures me that someone can't get in my
face with prohibitive statements, an issue to which I have had.... uhm..... strong reactions. But then again, xenophobia has been
around for aeons.
One thing is nice, though, about having multiple personalities.... I can bundle up in the winter as a Spaniard, and cool off in the
summer as Japanese. And the food is ALL delicious.
Very appreciative, milady, thank you!
----- Original Message -----
From: Alison Choyce
I'm not sure if this is what Tirloch meant, but the governing documents are found at www.sca.org/docs/govdocs.pdf . The phrase I
mentioned, "pre-seventeenth century European Middle Ages and Renaissance" is found on page 7 (see 3rd paragraph), and page 14 under
"Events." It is a PDF document, so may take a moment to load.
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