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Re: Pennsic Sobriquets

Poster: Ed Hopkins <Ed.Hopkins@mci.com>

> >Hello, All!  I'm just sitting here at work trying to think of the names of
> >the various Pennsics.....can anyone help fill this in?  There have been so
> >many, they all run together in my memory....I know one of these is the one
> >during which the Dragon Ate the Moon....I think it was in '85, but I'm not
> >sure.....it was a cool astronomical event...

I don't know when the following things happened, but you could
use them to define the Pennsic they happened at:

First war at Cooper's Lake.
Runestone on Runestone Hill.
Camping instead of fighting on Runestone Hill.
Golf carts appear.
Mt. Eislinn.
Settlers on the Seregeti.
Giant chalk horse.
The big fire.

-- Alfredo
The bay trees in our country have all withered
And meteors fright the fixed stars of heaven
The pale-faced moon looks bloody on the earth
And lean-looked prophets whisper fearful change
   -- William Shakespeare, "Edward II"

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