The Magazine's riddle: the solution

Andrea Re

Message 58565 · 4 May 2010 16:17:55 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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Sue Petyt ha scritto:
> I immediately thought of the Reel of the 51st division too. And I agree with Alselm, what's wrong with men dancing together?
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Nothing at all... Nor is there anything wrong with seeing the
zimmer-frame brigade dancing merrily together on the front page... That
is not the point. What I am trying to say is that a certain perception
of SCD gets reinforced (try and show the picture to your not SCD
children or friends). It just depends what kind of image you want to
project. There is a difference between being open to, say, older people,
to being a pursuit that gets identified with grannies (a bit like
bowling, even if I am sure a lot of youngsters do it)
Anselm thought of the Reel of the 51st; kudos to him, but what do you
think a casual onlooker is going to think?

Agnes, you are quite right, I had missed the small print under the
"Contents" column. Didn't have my magnifying glass close at hand:)

Andrea (fae Dundee and Falkirk)

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