MAREANIE VARIATIONS because one was just not enough
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Preface: due to Mareanie’s aggressive disposition, most of these breeds are already difficult to find in the wild. Nonetheless, at least one of each specimen presented has been recorded and studied, and captured if deemed necessary.
“Mark Gatiss and the other guy [Sorry Steven] may be making a million pound show, but in the end they are like Sherlock. They’ve got something in their brains, they are extremely creative and they need someone they can play with. Now they may have a very wide viewership, but that is an anonymous crowd. And then there’s a small fandom that can obviously make something of what they give you as a submittal. And of course they prefer to play the ball back and forth, with you maybe, or with other fandoms, I don’t know, but most certainly with you, rather than producing without heart for the anonymous crowd, whether they get it or not. They enjoy it! They enjoy this with you more than just throwing tv-productions onto the market caring more about quantity than quality.”
“Fencing for Young Ladies had become a popular form of “gentle exercise” for upper class women in the late Victorian era. The Prince of Wales had himself taken up fencing as a sport, and then sent his daughters for fencing lessons. Naturally these pioneers at the sport would have been swiftly followed by many daughters from wealthy and ambitious families.”