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Re: Pennsic Seneschale's Court and Requirements This Year
All I can say to that is:
I'm sorry.. but that's one of the things I *do* like about our society.
Heck, an' I'm even one of them social outcasts. But the King is the King.. I
may not like the man, but my sword and honor serve the Crown. I don't get a
vote.. there ARE no votes.. only advice.
And to me.. that is how a Monarchy should be.
So..there's my 2 cent opinion .. worth precisely that. <smile>
Nicole Smithers wrote:
> Poster: Nicole Smithers <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> My problem isn't the elf ears, the fangs or anything else. I have a very
> method for handling that... I advocate burning at the stake.
> However, I would like to speak a moment about the continual trend toward a
> modern system of control. I am, at heart, a monarchist. I believe in the
> divine right of Kings. Due process isn't part of that right if the Kings
> says so is. If you have a problem with an individual there are ways set up
> with in our current system to solve that problem. If you are going to
> have a court, have a COURT. Let the Kings of the East, Middle and
> Aethelmearc make decisions.
> Let the monarchs be monarchs for 6 months. We might get some bad kings,
> but only for 6 months.
> Emma of Elandonan
> The Phoenicians were not great philosophers... they pondered the simpler
> questions, like "If I stick this spear in you, can I take your stuff?",
> "Do you have relatives that would be mad if I took your stuff?", and
> "Can my relatives beat up your relatives?"
> (c) Doug Robarchek
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