[SCA-AE] An odd question
Philip Edward Lewis
flip+ at andrew.cmu.edu
Tue Sep 26 09:45:57 EDT 2006
An update on the AEthlemearc.org thread.
Jethro sent this to me and asked me to push it to the list.
Some commentary included. (and BCCed to him)
Jethro Stille writes:
>With regards to the original question, and please feel free to forward
>this portion to the Aethelmearc list of which I am not a part, I
>obtained the domain name Aethlemearc.org while I served as the deputy
>webminster of Aethelmearc (the registration was not paid through
>kingdom funds but rather through my own finances). This was also the
>time, I might add, when I was the rapier champion of Baron Tomas and
>Baronness Rowan of Blackstone Mountain as well as the baronial rapier
>marshal for the Barony of Blackstone Mountain.
>After I left the Sylvan Kingdom of Aethelmearc and settled in the
>kingdom of the Outlands, it came to my attention that I still owned
>the said domain (and also a few others in a similar vein). After
>discussing with some gentles in the Outlands, we decided that anyone
>who mistyped or misspelled the name of his or her kingdom was clearly
>lost and in need of guidance for which we gentles in the Outlands
>could easily supply.
Well, the originator of the thread, Donnan, does hang out with
"The Lost Boys" a good bit... so perhaps they rubbed off on him.
>Some people even suggested that through the Outlands site we could
>tell such a person where to go . . . in order to reach another
>kingdom of course:).
>I do believe that this logic is still very sound. I have informed
>King Bela Kos of the issue but as matters of state keep him busy (for
>example the birth of Prince Artan and attempts to avert war that
>continually seem to fail and seemingly will bring the Outlands to
>Atenveldt to do battle) he has been unable to respond.
>I am sorry to hear that the gentles who have come upon the Outlands
>site have not been properly directed but I assure you that matter is
>being corrected. I thank you for bringing the matter to my attention
>and hope that this reply helps.
>Lord Jethro Stille
I'm sure the result was more confusion/amusement than anything.
If anything, it gives folks a chance to see your name and remember you
great deeds. Know that you're always welcome in AEthELmearc, and
we'll be waiting for your return...(tries to look meanacing, but
acieves goofy. ;)
Filip of the Marche
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