Originally posted by wordtothewise
High Ranking Masons in a meeting in a state such as Italy cannot find an interpreter, when as you claim they were known people. THIS is absurd and I
think any rational thinker would agree.
Actually the mental picture I have, is tables of 12, in a big stone hall, I am thinking 33 tables for 12, but with an extra chair squeezed in to make
But if people are talking in groups of 3 or 4 at a table of 12, really at least 4 people at each table need to be bilingual.
So yeah, we are short some interpreters!
Now we need masons, masons to interpret, it’s a social function, not business, no business should really be discussed, because it’s a social
function, so any bilingual Mason would do…
But of course, we are proud of our local hall, and are pleased that the young American is so impressed to be in our midst in our beautiful hall, in
our beautiful town, in our beautiful country.
So we are little chattier than maybe would be appropriate basking in the moment.
Kind of like the third degree that started earlier in this thread, people saying more than they know, not really sure who is listening, that is in
There is some credibility to this man’s story, how much is hard to say, but no, you are entirely incorrect in your assumptions, that such a thing
could not have transpired in the way he poorly worded it.
It very well could have happened.
Stranger things do every day!