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RE: Pennsic Letter

Poster: Julien de Montfort <julien@spiaggia.org>

> > to do this year.  No matter what you think others *ought* to do to
>cope w/
> > the weather and laundry issues, making a court to force all 10,000
> > to follow the dress codes set by a few seems very unfair and
> >unenforceable.
> That's not what the letter said.  Read again the very last line of the
> section about garb.

Irregardless, would it really be unfair?  After all, it's nothing new;
it's not like anything regarding garb here is not as it's been for
years.  This is a case of them saying beforehand "If you want to attend
our event, here are the rules you must follow.  You don't want to
follow them, don't come."  Now, if you got there and all of a sudden
you discovered all new regulations that no-one knew about before, then
that would be unfair.  But I don't see how setting ground rules (or
enforcing them, in this case) for an event -- any event -- can be
construed as "unfair."


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