At the ritual

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by Alexander Thomas, Jun 16, 2018.

  1. Alexander Thomas

    Alexander Thomas Registered User

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    Ok I need everyone's input if possible as much as possible how do you feel about how things are done when coming in as an EA those of you that have entered masonry should know what I'm talking about I can't really speak on it because is plenty Brothers here who has not joined met Siri yet and I really don't want them to know what it is that goes on but for those of you Master Masons EA's fellow crafts you know what you went through when you first became an EA you know what you did when you fed the goat you know what the go did to you do you agree or disagree what are your thoughts

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  2. goomba

    goomba Neo-Antient Site Benefactor

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    This makes no sense at all.
     
  3. Warrior1256

    Warrior1256 Site Benefactor

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    Whew......I thought that it was just me!
     
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  4. Matt L

    Matt L Site Benefactor

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    Maybe he was conversing with our new French Brother?
     
  5. jermy Bell

    jermy Bell Registered User

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    I was hoping for a clue as an E.A. to where the treasure was. Then again as a F.C. . I'll just watch national treasure again. Lol
     
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  6. Glen Cook

    Glen Cook G A Cook Site Benefactor

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    Punctuation is your friend (ours too).
     
  7. Bro. Stewart P.M.

    Bro. Stewart P.M. Lead Moderator Emeritus Staff Member

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    Alexander,

    I sincerely hope that you re-read this post. I concur with the other Brethren and members that this statement makes no sense. Specifically, the reference to Siri. Additionally, there are many aspects of our degree experience that can not be discussed in this un-Tiled format.
     
  8. Warrior1256

    Warrior1256 Site Benefactor

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    Exactly!
     
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  9. Mike Martin

    Mike Martin Eternal Apprentice Premium Member

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    Absolute gobbledygook!
     
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  10. SørenSweR(I)

    SørenSweR(I) Registered User

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    Jeg følte det gav klar mening!
    Eller nææh, det var åbenlyst sludder..
    Google Translate er ikke altid din ven
     
  11. Bro. Stewart P.M.

    Bro. Stewart P.M. Lead Moderator Emeritus Staff Member

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    ??
     
  12. Glen Cook

    Glen Cook G A Cook Site Benefactor

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    “I felt it gave clear meaning.
    Or well, it was obviously a mess.”
     
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  14. SørenSweR(I)

    SørenSweR(I) Registered User

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    What I wrote was:
    "I felt it made perfect sense!
    Or naah, not really - it was obvious gibberish..

    Google Translate isn't always your friend."

    I wrote it as a meta commentary on how just Google translating stuff seldom works unless you have a somewhat polyglottic mind.

    TL;DR I tried some Danish sarcasm
     
  15. MarkR

    MarkR Premium Member

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    My grandmother was from Aalborg, but all the Danish I learned was to count to ten, about a half dozen other words, and to sing "Mester Jakob." ;)
     
  16. SørenSweR(I)

    SørenSweR(I) Registered User

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    "Mester Jakob" is the Danish version of the children's song "Frère Jacques" / "Brother John" .
    If you ever visit Aalborg, stop by the lodge Cimbria :)
     
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