Re: Re: King Bee (and real comments)

From: Ian Cooper <ian_hammond_cooper_at_6jnSabpl6XWd_ENCqGtXxo-qIG2WlsiZs9DINI5H9Siz8TGDUJ_u_kjOF>
Date: Fri, 22 Feb 2002 16:22:52 +0000 (GMT)

>I kind of like the honey thing, but I understand
that we don't want an oddball stead.

I think the honey stuff is great, but the idea for our first stead was to cut something basic, so it acts as a baseline to build from. Adding the honey stuff means we would need to take it back out to see a vanilla stead. Why not come back to 'unusual' steads later. Our aim is to produce more than one. When we get to a king or chieftan's stead, then there will be room for beekeepers and brewers. Right now though my vote would be to be a bit more vanilla with our first stead. Otherwise we may get bogged down. Save our sweet stuff for later.  

Ian Cooper
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"Women as well as men were recruited to restrain combatants, sometimes dampening their weapons by throwing clothing over them. Peacemaking of this sort required strength and courage more than negotiating skills...The clothing was more sign than substance, like the bell signalling the end of a round, and it seems that the sign was not without significant cultual force." - Bloodtaking and Peacemaking by William Ian Miller

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