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Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Finally, We're Here!

Finally after a lot of talking, thinking and drinking the Knights of Moleskine, Spirit and Ale is online. I've recovered from my broken back and I'm back in the saddle again! Let's get this party started! My thanks to our Co-Founder David "Bowie" Kuhn aka: Sir Bowie of Greenbriar, and my fellow Englishman actually from England, David Carr aka: Sir Dayvd of Oxfordshire. Sir Dayvd is the creator of our graphics and Coat of Arms. I met him at one of the Knights sacred meeting places, McGrath's Pub in Harrisburg, PA. Life continues to be good. I look forward to many more days of celebration to come. I finally will be realeased to fly into BWI again in December and I'm looking forward to seeing my fellow Knights at McGrath's on December 10. Of course, I have to go see the Colts play against the Ravens the night before in Baltimore. I was supposed to see them in Dallas during pre-season, but that was a broken play when I broke my back in my car wreck there the day before. Such is life, a glorius celebration of the unknown. Remember, we are united through our diversity!

Sir Hook of Warrick


  1. "If you love the sacred and despise the ordinary, you are still bobbing in the ocean of delusion." Lin-Chi

    Just so happened to be today's Zen Calendar message.

    This little exercise in creating an ordinary "cult" started with a journal, beer, and a meeting with Sir Hook. "Wouldn't it be fun to start a society based on..."
    I have on file the official rules. The first rule being: There are no rules!

    You're encouraged to journal and think, but you don't have to. You're encourage to have a spirit or beer and be merry, but you don't have to. You're encouraged to buy Sir Hook and Sir Bowie a drink, but... No, wait. Maybe there is just one rule. Or not. You are sovereign ruler of your own life.

    "Think, Drink, and Be Merry!"
    Sir Bowie of Greenbrair

  2. So nice of you gentlemen to welcome us ladies, let the merriness commence!