Re: Nur-ellen in the world of Brithenig (was Re:Nur-ellen universes)
|Date:||Saturday, September 2, 2000, 8:54|
Am 09/01 13:04 John Cowan yscrifef:
> I don't think it's realistic to map Welsh party affiliations onto Kemrese
> ones. Welsh leftism, like Welsh Nonconformity, is surely partly a
> response to centuries of colonialism -- which the Kemrese have not had.
>Sigh. At this stage I might consider calling for interested people to
form a Sessiwn to figure out what the makeup of the Kemrese parliament
might be. I will wait until Dan gets back before calling it. That will
give me time to finish off what I'm currently doing.
> I don't know what Celtic Christianity would be likely to do when
> meeting a non-Christian monotheism (other than Islam, which Christianity
> mapped onto idolatry ("worship of Mahound") for political reasons.
>They embraced the druids to their form of Christianity. I don't know
how they would handle Elvish beliefs.
> > SUV?
> Sport Utility Vehicle. Being a New York Cityite, I can't define this
> term properly, but roughly speaking, a four-wheel drive vehicle
> that looks like a car and drives like a truck; it also typically
> lacks a car's safety features (being legally a truck).
>Oh, _them_! 4WDs are quite often driven by Average Families in NZ. So
they don't realise the grunt of what they are actually driving. Then
there is the slow insidious takeover of recreation in NZ by Adventure
Tourists! ARRGGHH! I'm too sedentary to handle them! :)
Andrew Smith, Intheologus email@example.com
Jesus Christ is raging, raging in the streets.