lucy the tudor wrote:As a side issue, the SCA website is very useful for craft stuff, well laid out and well explained for beginners.
I haven't been to any of their events, but so far I see no reason to consider them at least equally valid, as regards furthering the cause of "Historical study through practical trial and error", to most other reenactment groups.
Miel wrote:Skevmeister wrote:Grrrr. I have had to make a post. I don't like this anymous criticism. Then followed by the whining like a Derby County fan when their given a drubbing.
Gawd luv a duck - after all that Skev - it's "the're" not their - ha.
gregory23b wrote:How can you judge someone's (unstated) intent in a post? Your response to the 'Hmmm ok ' was based on your interpretation of the intent.
Skevmeister wrote:And also you want to visit that lardsatter womans website
Karen, is just the font of resources for references. I think this is the point, it is this supposed high handedness of people, when it comes to re-enactment/
Fox wrote:and, importantly, to use, but not misuse, apostrophes.
Anything else is a form of selfishness that says: my time is more important than your's.
Foxe wrote:And am I really the only person that's going to pick up on this?
Fox wrote:I'm certainly not perfect. I'm very slightly dyslexic
Fox wrote:Foxe wrote:And am I really the only person that's going to pick up on this?
In summary: Yes. You're the only person that noticed.
Actually, not to be all critical or anything, and I do appreciate your kind words, of course but it's http://www.larsdatter.com -- there's a bit of a typo in the URL above
Fox wrote:I'd very much like to think the best of people.
But if there has been an error, I will, unreservedly, withdraw my remarks.
sean raine wrote:the answer to your question is simple "hmmm ok " was simply ment as ok thats fine. and nothing more no hidden meaning that was down to you.
sean raine wrote:although why you think i have to explain myself to you is a mystery to me
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