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Re: Henry's Ankles

BBC 1 Ellwood writes:
> For shame Henry!  To cast such aspersions on the character of
> Lord Leifr.  Although I must admit, it is...a clever plan... 8^/ if it is 
> one.

Oh, don't worry, Lord Hal certainly has license to asperte.  I can't say 
I planned to prevent Countess Ianthe from joining the contest, and I am
sure she could have rejected being a judge, if she wanted to put in 
an entry.  But then, what ever happened to the honour of being a judge?

> Absolutely NOT!  8^)  We are trying to go after a period model
> aren't we?  Besides, by their silence, we can legally ass-u-me
> that they agree, can't we? 8^) 8^)

Well, actually, Earl Dafydd may well be gone to England by now.  However, I
say, Lady Deoca's meade, Lady Deoca's choice of judges.
> *sigh*  These frivolous threads are what keep me from going
> ballistic at work every day....  Laughter _is_ good for one's
> health.
We are always happy to keep our friends in health.

>  --Ellwood, BBC
> (hmmm, since I'm the first to use this, does that make me BBC 1 ?)
I'm not sure you want to do that.  As I remember BBC 2 from 27 years ago, 
it is not something with which anyone else would want to be tagged.

In Service
Leifr Johansson "si non tibi placet, non emendate agis"