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Old 09-10-2008, 04:27 PM   #6
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this was discussed in another thread. but if u wana know what an individual dancer has as meaning to his regalia, then just go up and ask him or her. the otterturban and roach combo is not new or a trend. it is still practiced in northern wisconsin by the tribes who wore it traditionally. its funny tho cuz why dont we just stop assuming why a dancer dances the way he does or why he or she wears something and just let people do their things? it seems that some of you guys on here want to be chief and wish for people to come to you for answers or "permission" lol. as i was taught in Omaha country, you shouldnt put yourself in front of others and you should be humble. so enuff with the who you think has rights because traditionally these things belongs to warriors and if they are warriors, then you might get into a fight by telling a man he cant wear something because of your opion, lol.
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