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William Parry is the only member of the lower house of the UK parliament ever to have been executed for high treason.
I'm guessing the number for the English parliament is slightly higher. Or did Charles II use a different classification once he started to get even, following the Restoration?
Kirth Gersen wrote:
Heh. Guess it helps if you're like me and, to the consternation of a lot of my friends and family, regularly leavd the phone at home - cause if I'm going shopping or sightseeing, or something, why would I want to talk on the phone or surf the web?
Also- Three Musketeers in one sitting which ended with a flashlight under the blanket because my parents kept telling me to turn off the light and go to sleep (I was eight).
Todd Stewart wrote:
Basically, I think, it was down to their not being any transfolk in the legislative who could point out that the law was horribly out of date.
I base this on the fact that when this finally came into the public discourse here a few years back, the most common reaction I saw from politicians that weren't part of the social conservative Christian Democrats or the fascist Sweden Democrats could be boiled down to "What!? That's a ...weird rule..."
On the plus side - I've finished the morning's 3 hours of paper delivery in sleet and strong winds (stay indoors if you're in Norway, says the Norwegian authorities), and is lieing in bed with a cup of hot tea.
On the downside - in 15 minutes I have to go out and start a (hopefully just) 5-hour shift.
Pillbug Toenibbler wrote:
Also that us Swedes don't pronounce Y:s like that (yet).
Probably. Although the Danes made an attempt at intervening before the Swedes stuck their oars in rather more successfully (due to having practiced by beating up Poles first. ;) )
I don't think you're supposed to run the APs completely as written - they're there as a very elaborate starting point, but the GM will always know the needs and sensibilities of his or her group better than the adventure writers.
Freehold DM wrote:
I get bored by horror, so I've turned Ustalav into an 30-Years-War era Ustalav expy instead. (With Molthune as the Spanish, Kyonin as the French, and no Swedes.)