The Atlanta Pirates & Wenches are the best lot of scurvy dogs to be found! I joined to get together with like minded people, have fun, and let Georgiabelle come out to play. My alter ego is a great stress reducer! I can't believe how fast our group has grown, and I still am in awe of the great ship we have built. I can only speak for myself, but I have never had the illusions that anyone would pay us to perform, although I would not turn down any coin these days. My vision for the future is continued meet ups with lots of laughing and rum. When our schedule permits, we should show up at some charity events to help where we can. Not sure we should go round looking for afore mentioned events, but if it arises and is for a truely good cause, those that are able & willing can decide for themselves. I am so sorry that Pirate Bob is leaving as well, and never meant to step on any toes, but I would love to see the g
roup continue as before. I am thrilled to be meeting this new Frenchman, Captian Moineau! Very complex, very interesting and I want to see where you go with this persona. My vote is to sail ahead, with no real destination. Let's take the ship out when we can and continue to enjoy each others company. Let fate come to us.....
From: Cap'n Jacques Moineau <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Tue, Jul 28,[masked]:15 am
Subject: [movies-465] Bloody pirates!
I was kinda bummed out to hear that Pirate Bob was leaving our group and am only now getting the pieces of the story put togther. The last thing that was intended when our group was formed was for there to be any wailing or gnashing of teeth. When I set up The Atlanta Pirates and Wenches Guild, I was just looking for other fun folks who liked to dress up like pirates and women who liked showing their assets in corsets. Never did I dream that we would get this big. As with any group, people have different motivations and aspirations. I truly respect that for some of our members, pirating may be part of their livelihood. While,I look at our group as a purely social organization, if we have become big enough to take on other endeavors, then we may need to chart a new course. Hopefully, you've come to realize that even though I'm listed as "captain", I do not consider myself to be the owner of this group. As Jack Sparrow said, "You may kill me, but you cannot offend me." Give me
your thoughts on what the vision for this fine group should be.
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