Actually, there's some chance that they know each other (or know of each other). Both Stevus and THK are Army JAGs (albeit THK is still in school) in Texas.
But they are in opposite worlds.
I work for
JAG as a paralegal, but I'm not a
JAG (though if I survive law school, I will be a JAG in the future). Stevus and I actually live fairly close (he's in Houston, I'm in San Antonio) but we haven't met in person.... yet. That will, I am sure, change in the future.
Though Stevus and I butt heads fairly often, though, I like to think we have more in common than not. At least, the basic tenets of the traditional Faith oughta count for 99% of everything, right?
Kilts, as we know them, are quite modern as well.
That is actually true. Kilts were part of the neo-medievalist romanticism of the Victorian period. Their furthest use is actually probably the Jacobite Wars of 1715 and 1745. William Wallace probably did not wear a kilt; not as we know it, anyway.
St. Paul may have had short hair due to his culture as well as any Roman.
Paul was maybe the only Roman citizen of all the Apostles. He was the most obligated to conform to Roman standards. The others? Not so much.
Anyway, the poll is up
. Have fun.