A Small History Re-Creation Lesson One
[GRAHLFLOIN MK1] = available x 1 - unfortunately, until I deign/design a better, more effective historical re-creaction setup by myself, it's mine so far, but a mild sorry.
I'll get one of those *sophisticated* Mace thingies right eventually.
In no way would any daft sod in the universe want to use one of these beasts of despair, but then again, neither would I.
Unless someone's genuinely trying to kill you though, in which case, I suppose, fair play. Might as well get them to fleck off.
The music of the cosmos?
Bells tinkling in the winds?
That's a Disclaimer, by the way.
It's good to read those.
I do hear/read that a bloke entered the SWW with a sword, and another with a bow though. So, hmm? What do we make of that?
PS. Much as the space is difference to those who adopt American model(s), UK prepping is different a little, and indubitably harder to transmit to the local populace. This country is still hobbled by long years under the yoke, and most are utterly switched off, or perhaps a little wimpy at thinking outside the box, or as I say and ponder in the silence of my head "oh pleeeeease people, get the f**king hint - without change and a fighting back, we've got 3-5 years until it's all buggered up, and by 10? Brr... I don't want to think about it - though have". I like to define my spaces by what they would be most useful as, and not just in a glib lack of imagination taking them for what they ostensibly are. lots more re-arranging out there. I hope you like the little subtle details in this.
The area of Harwich where I live was built again shortly after the formal end of the SWW. On burnt red ashes. I can't imagine that would have been too easy. This is a town lodged in strangeness, but I like it here. It does have city status though, somehow. Thankfully I am a few miles back from that, across woodland, and the concrete grey-green edge-lands of a very wild place. Good. Even the city limits are about a mile away, across a small green, or up a hill.
Counter-subversive? i think that's the best term for this. My other half's father was an British Military Engineer in the late 40's, I am informed. I'm not. But I wouldn't mind confusing him a little bit. I admit, I have received a modicum of The British Army's training, in an official capacity. The rest nowadays I just make up as I go along, with whatever seems useful. i like National Service generally, so impose it on myself as a quiet duty. If I had a different degree of free time, I'd try to go for The Territorial's 15 UK PSYOP Regiment. I'm just a little too stubborn though. I tried the preliminary resources and contact-making for the MI5 too, till they pissed me off too much with all their "crazy antics", if anyone ever follows the news of a less than worthy sort. There's worse than that out there. I can't say I like an entirely desk-based indoor '"job", preferring a great deal of outdoor adventure, usually solo, and with the setup one would require for that approach + rather a lot of not-quite utter terror; if more than mild surprise. However, seeing as I don't work, obviously... well... what else could one do, I suppose. Join "Fiverr", maybe? Hmm... I wonder if they'd set me up in one of these roles as a 1-unit warfare factory. I suspect Porton Down or Raytheon may have a little more than £5 to chuck out, but still, this man remains stubborn, and besides, I do not suspect they would appreciate the competition, mad as it would be. As would be best.
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