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Dear (now former) Class, One of your classmates sewed a Tudor-style doublet using historical patterns and techniques as part of her final research paper project. She has generously agreed to let me share some of her work with you. Here … Continue reading
Who is the current Monarch of the United Kingdom? I mean, besides myself, obviously. If you (like 99.9% of the population) accept the legitimacy of the Glorious Revolution and the current Hanoverian/Windsor Dynasty, then the answer is Queen Elizabeth II. But if … Continue reading
Hello friends. I am posting to remind everyone of my previous imperial declaration and also the impertinent reply of the pretender de Wooftington. My Declaration: Lord Meowerd Whiskerton III: Titled Emperor Of Aquinas, Lord of Academic Building, Wege, and protector … Continue reading
Hullo Friends! I, Lord Meowerd Whiskerton III, have recently been informed that a beastly philosophy class has bestowed upon its lowly canine mascot the name of Barktholomeu Woofington IV with the rank of Archduke. This blatant attempt surpass me in … Continue reading
Many thanks to Sam Klee for forwarding along this most excellent summary of recent events in Scotland. Enjoy!
I thought I should reintroduce you all to our class mascot (thanks Cheyenne!) Lord Meowerd Whiskerton III. I am letting him take over the blog management. If things go haywire, you can blame him.
As many of you know, Scotland will be voting on whether to become a totally independent country, or not, on September 18. Through a process known as “devolution” Scotland (and Wales) already had its own Parliament and a large amount … Continue reading
Recently archaeologists and historians have discovered Viking burial sites containing both female bones and weapons. What does this mean? The obvious answer is that women were also Viking warriors. This is what many news headlines have proclaimed. But not so … Continue reading