On Sun, 30 Jun 91 13:55:00 ADT THE SAINT MARYS UNIVERSITY SOCIOLOGY SOCIETY said
>TO THE LIST... Correct me if I am wrong in this indignation. If I am mistaken
>about the spirit of celtic-l then I apologize and thank you for ending my long
>wait for something of substance and consequence in these discussions. In
>off the list I would request that this "understood" (?)non-serious mission
>statement be translated into a list title more accurately describing the list's
>ie, Fantasy.celtic-l or Mythology.celtic-l or maybe even Non.serious.celtic-l
Terry, I hope you are sticking around long enough to read our replies.
Evidently, the "fluffier" posts on this list have made much more of an
impression on you than the serious scholarly postings which show up in
my mailbox all the time. We've discussed a lot of serious topics, and
I personally would label only a little of our discussion as fluff. Unless
of course you hate music.... If you do, you're no Celt, kid!
Yes, there is a bit of fluff, here, but intelligence and scholarship, at
least among Celts, has always been accompanied by at least a little fluff.
Please lighten up and read _all_ of the postings!
Now that I've ranted enought about how serious and worthy we all are,
I must scold Melcir or whoever brought up the ley lines. Please read _Ley
Lines Considered_ by Williamson and Bellamy, and then talk to me again.
The idea of ley lines _everywhere_ becomes a little less credible when
The silver apples of the moon, the golden apples of the sun....