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Director:
Little Kernel

Commentary:
Jackée

Cast:
All creatures great and small.

1.23.2006

A Knight's Tale

Homemade armor, mock violenceEntertainment Value:
Getting out of the car late one night at the Rockridge BART station, Sandy** was startled by a car peeling into the lot. She turned to see a 1980s hatchback pull up and idle, joined by another vehicle. The driver began pulling large items out of the hatchback and a small group gathered. Assuming dirty dealings were about to go down, Sandy was fairly surprised to see two men don makeshift armor and swords. Two more men joined the fray close to midnight, illustrating you can stage a high-noon duel any time of night.



2 Comments:

Anonymous Steve L. said...

I wouldn't mind a piece of that action!

11:29 PM  
Blogger little kernel said...

steve l.: well, i can't make promises, but perhaps if you show up in east bay BART stations a spontaneous game of dueling will ensue if you keep your armor handy. and, if these folk don't return to spar, a few loud responses to nearby vagrants should start something interesting, regardless.

9:39 AM  

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