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RE: Atlantia and a small challenge
Poster: Gregory Stapleton <gregsta@MICROSOFT.com>
Greetings, Mi'lord Gregory,
I hope this missive finds you and yours well.
I go, on the average, to a couple of events a month. All over our
Kingdom and occasionally to other Kingdoms. I don't tend to stay in my
local area and just play locally. I have, unfortunately, not had
opportunity to attend a "Town Faire," so I cannot address this.
What I would like to know is: Why are you having such a conniption over
the thought of a Kingdom level A&S event that is not a University? An
event that in no way detracts from Univeristy, but allows a venue for
people to show off what they have learned in University or through their
own research. An event that I feel to be entirely complimentary to our
wonderful system of Universities, Collegiums and local A&S nights.
I personally know of many other Kingdoms that have similar events and
they in no way threaten their Universities and Collegiums. I am getting
the feeling that I am speaking treason for just suggesting the idea.
I mean no disrespect when I ask this, but I am greatly concerned that
such a simple suggestion has raised such great ire and would like to
know from whence it springs.
Lord Gawain Kilgore
>From: Greg Lindahl[SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>Sent: Tuesday, July 23, 1996 11:24 AM
>Subject: Re: Atlantia and a small challenge
>There is already another type of activity that is commonly seen -- a
>"Town Faire". This involves artisans sitting around all day doing
>whatever they do, talking to people. I see several of these each year.
>Pointless War II even had an A&S competition based on this, in which
>only "works in progress" were judged.
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