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Re: words words words was(RE: Other 12th night events)
Poster: "Greg Prevost" <email@example.com>
I have to disagree with you Rebecca. I have found that any phrase can by
said insultingly if that is the intent. It is not the phrase but the
attitude that needs to be adjusted.
Those "ladies" could of been just as insulting and elitist saying "modern"
instead of "mundane".
PS: Hey Rebecca, are you coming to Dismas? I still have some cabins and a
few feast spaces left.
>I never did either Miri until I was at a fighter practice. There were
>fairly young teenagers talking to prospective newcomers who had been asking
>for the past hour and enjoying our company. One teenager made a comment
>depressed she was when she had to go back to mundania. One of the modern
>asked what she meant. She explained what she meant then her friend said
>we're ladies and you're mundanes". She said it with such an elitest tone
>that the visitors were competely turned off and no matter what explaining I
>to do to calm offended nerves I couldn't get the visitors to stay. Their
>was lost. It was a depressing event. I don't ever have a problem with
>me mundane especially when I'm dressed so. However because there are those
>who could use the
>term in a derogatory manner so I discourage its use and change the term to
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