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Re: King's Public Conduct [Was Re: Awards and all that...]
Poster: AEdric the Grene <AEdric@mindspring.com>
> Hate to break it to you, but it's not generally the suck ups who are
> problem. Speaking as an ex-landed Baroness it is more likely that
> yell at you for expressing an opinion that might be taken to be that
> group than the people who will say "he's the King so he must be
right". I got
> several scoldings before I learned to hold my tongue (and folks who
> will know how hard that was!).
Geez, that's ridiculous. Appointed to high office and all the sudden
your right to express your opinion? Come on! That's insane! But, I do
people can make the confusion, I suppose. Just seems pretty silly to
me never to gain any position of recognition, authority, or power lest I
right to be opinionated. Seems like a high price to pay for office.
should be done to remove this impediment. I, for one, would like to
opinion of those who have actually gone through things that are under
For instance, Logan knows about being King and being a Knight and how
both. I might have an opinion but I can't match the experience for
Similarly, if we were to discuss how Chroniclers in the Kingdom do their
somesuch, it would be nice to hear from the Kingdom Chronicler or other
Chroniclers. Maybe a disclaimer is needed as a standard or perhaps it
better if it were understood that someone is speaking for their office
they said something like, "I, Fred, Emporer of the New World of Xontor,
believe..." It sounds officious, but isn't that the point?
> << I could be wrong, but then again, I don't think I am (see .sig
> Like the sig O know-all wannabe.
Thanks. I was thinking of making a change to the cider reference but
it would be too risque or people wouldn't get it.
> speaking just for herself now - ok occasionally for my non-verbal
> or small dog ... but that's it ... really ...
I always speak for myself and my cat. He never disagrees with me. I
ask him, and
he never says "No."
AEdric the Grene
Anglo-Saxon, KnowItAll wannabe, Cider drinker
Arms: Per Pale, sable and vert (or is it vert and sable...)
Legs: 3'6" (or so)
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