> Both, as you will see were inspired and partly lifted from, "The book of
> Kells." Which was made in Scotland. [I suspect by a Welshman!]
> Try that on your tiny raceist minds
I wonder, idly it must be admitted, at your motive for being on Celtic-L. As
an Englishman who clearly dislikes the unpleasantries that head the way of
his nation from 'celts' and, I gather, also has little time for
nationalists, particularly those of Scotland, are you bravely enduring the
storm on behalf of England, or on behalf of fairness and respect, or
anti-nationalism, or just to promote your product line? No doubt it is
impertinent to ask, but there you have it. So as not to ignore your own
comments above, can I suggest that you may find that big racist minds are
more dangerous than tiny ones. I have not seen any of those there yet,
though. Maybe they will surface in time.
Enjoy your weaving, sir.