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Posted By: James

Posted On: Mar 11, 2006
Views: 1194
King Arthur time, or Star Trek?

I love the idea of being in the past as a wizard. I also love the idea of exploring the stars. I always seem stuck in between things. Ok, whatever. Latters


Posted By: GirlUWant

Posted On: Mar 11, 2006
Views: 1185
RE: King Arthur time, or Star Trek?

WOW, would we have expected any different from you? lol Personally, I think you would rather enjoy King Arthur time over Star Trek, not much chain maile - or however you spell it - in Star Trek, but a buttload of it in King Arthur time, plus I can't imagine you in a little clingy spandex outfit...lol


Posted By: medevel people

Posted On: Mar 12, 2006
Views: 1170
RE: King Arthur time, or Star Trek?

once i went to a camp for learning how to joust and wear armor it was so nerdy


Posted By: James

Posted On: Mar 12, 2006
Views: 1158
RE: King Arthur time, or Star Trek?

In the future though I'd not be fat, in much better health, and I'd have a purpose.

In the past I guess I'd have not gotten cancer from growing up under the power lines. It's also much more romantic. The only way though it would be better would be if I was a wizard. Otherwise I'd probably get the plage or be burned or something.


Posted By: James

Posted On: Mar 12, 2006
Views: 1156
RE: King Arthur time, or Star Trek?

Most of the people at the fairs are pussies. They lightly hit each other one or two times with wooden swords then quit. ****, it takes longer to get into the armor than that. If you aren't walking away with a few bruises and a few hours of repair work to the armor then don't bother getting into it. It's like someone having a huge 4x4 truck and freaks out when they hit a small pothole.

The girls are much braver wearing those tight corsets and extremely low cut dresses, running around all over the place. Not to mention that they are doing that around lots of guys drinking beer and talking about pillage.....


Posted By: CLA

Posted On: Mar 12, 2006
Views: 1152
RE: King Arthur time, or Star Trek?

Ye i guess things were beter then what with all the plages and stuf.


Posted By: The Black Knight

Posted On: Mar 12, 2006
Views: 1131
RE: King Arthur time, or Star Trek?

I resent the person who posted calling us "pussies".

Here are the following injuries I've received from jousting or sword fighting at fairs:

1. Cracked rib.
2. Scratched cornea
3. Leg wound requiring seven stiches
4. Chipped tooth
5. Sprained thumb

When is the last time you received such injuries? PUSSY!


Posted By: James

Posted On: Mar 12, 2006
Views: 1117
RE: King Arthur time, or Star Trek?


MOST


I only had two. A small dagger through my thumb (never do drinking games across the table from a Scotsman) and I lost the grip on a sword and it fell down into my leg right below the knee and it stoped in my calf. Couldn't walk for a few days. I wish it left a bigger scar. The thumb left a good one.


Posted By: green

Posted On: Mar 12, 2006
Views: 1111
RE: King Arthur time, or Star Trek?

james, you do know that there werent real wizards right?


Posted By: CLA

Posted On: Mar 13, 2006
Views: 1108
RE: King Arthur time, or Star Trek?

Of course there was wizards, who else could ride the dragons? sheesh!


Posted By: James

Posted On: Mar 13, 2006
Views: 1104
RE: King Arthur time, or Star Trek?

I'm not going into wizards here. Nor am I going into the whole dragon thing again. I know there are no more dragons. Not in this dimension anyway. Before you say it, don't bother.


Posted By: billy bob

Posted On: Mar 13, 2006
Views: 1089
RE: King Arthur time, or Star Trek?

there were wizards, just like there are witch doctors today. whether or not they possess magic is different question. dragon myths most likely started with the discovery of dinosaur bones


Posted By: green

Posted On: Mar 13, 2006
Views: 1076
RE: King Arthur time, or Star Trek?

ok, let me rephrase that. there werent wizards that had powers to stop them from being burned or having the plague or whatever. they were just nutters that other nutters beleived could do stuff.


Posted By: Jimmy

Posted On: Mar 13, 2006
Views: 1069
RE: King Arthur time, or Star Trek?

OK guys you gotta remember that James is like those crazy guys that walk around the streets of New York mumbling to themselves. They may believe every word they say but everyone else knows that are bat**** insane. We all know that James does not play bar games with anyone and has never had his finger stabbed, he has never jousted, he has never performed magic, and the only thing he ever lost his grip on was reality. James hates his life so much that he needs to make up alternate realities like being a wizard or dragon master to escape the truth of his existance. Of course he will deny this all because to accept it means he has to accept his real life. The best way to deal with him is to do what you do with all the street crazys. Point and laugh.

PS - You could have a sword run right through your chest, but if you hang out at renaissance fairs, you are a pussy. Nothing changes that.


Posted By: adam

Posted On: Mar 14, 2006
Views: 1062
RE: King Arthur time, or Star Trek?

wow jimmy, really cutting yourself down....all of that is what we've been telling you since day one...i thought you were gonna leave...more importantly, i thought you were gonna kill yourself


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