Obviously, it's Eurmal Party Organiser. "Lhankor, shindig at your place! Issaries, you get the nibblies, and Orlanth, play something with a bit of a beat to it on them pipes of yours. Flesh Man, scare up some women; Ginna, lay on a Jar or two of booze. Chalana, if you're looking for me later, I'll be being sick in the toilet."
> >> So I think the seducer aspect of Eurmal is worshipped, if somewhat
> >> grudgingly,
> >Why grudgingly?
> Grudgingly when its your wife the damn Trickster seduced!
Isn't that Eurmal Adulterer, then? I'd say that the "grudging" part of the worship of Eurmal Seducer is likely to do with the fact that it's _Trickster_, after all.
(*) Actually Jane Williams, but significant back-tracking is needed to work this out...
JW, elsewhere, on being unable to quote the Digest directly:
> This may encourage me to split my missives by subject rather than
> by digest number, which is probably a Good Thing [...]
I think it is indeed a Good Thing, but it sounds a tiresome way to have to do it. In fact, I can testify to this, from occassional instances of doing it this way myself. As is having to quote a whole Digest, then edit most of it out. The solution? Undigesters! That way you:
o Get to care not one fig about the size of Digests (unless they were _so_ big they made your mailbox blow up before the undigester worked on 'em) o Can read, and reply individually to each message without recourse to frantic page-down past screeds of spam on [insert name of topic of least personal interest to you], and quote therefrom. o And when you do reply, you'll get a (hopefully) meaningful Re: [blah] subject line by default, as opposed to the less than specific one you'd get reply to a whole digest.
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