Richard G @ 2019-07-03 01:06:04
The Inca had 3 great rules: don’t lie, don’t steal, don’t be lazy. And always build according to the lines of the land. And give labor and corn to the common good. And always keep experimenting with new drugs. OK 6 rules. Our guide’s a bit of an evangelist. Too bad the country he’s boosting no longer exists.
Mamading Ceesay @ 2019-07-03 01:11:02
I had a text file of Quechua rules I put together a long time ago. Succinct but full of wisdom. Long since lost.
Paolo Greco @ 2019-07-03 09:35:28
Nationalists for a nation that does not exists are probably not that harmful.
Richard G @ 2019-07-03 13:06:56
@paolo they all start out that way! He seemed to be specifically for a Cusqueno nationalism, which I don’t think squares perfectly with Peruvian nationalism but could be made to serve it easily enough. Fun fact: the Inka nationalist flag is a rainbow. For about 10 minutes I thought “this is the most gay-friendly town ever.” A few days later it was dressed overall in Peru’s red-white-red. @Mamading they had their flaws but they got a lot of things right. It genuinely is bad news for all of us that they were stamped out by proto-capitalism.
Mamading Ceesay @ 2019-07-03 14:42:26
@Richard G which was why I wanted to preserve the rules in the first place. I hoped to have the opportunity to embed them in future projects. Fortunately, I have a friend who has a bonedeep understanding of such principles.
Richard G @ 2019-07-03 18:44:26
Should I include the maritime laws of malacca in my shipping book or is that a zine? ...eventually the world of game supplement publishing will replicate the world of non-game publishing.
Mamading Ceesay @ 2019-07-03 21:44:06
I think they deserve a zine of their own. Lots of stuff that can provoke ideas for situations and scenarios in there!
Robbert Raets @ 2019-07-05 16:13:27
"Among their many rules..." "I'll come in again."
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