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Old 10-22-2003, 05:33 PM   #36
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Thanks a lot 49Singer. (*L w/ a crooked smile!)
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Through this thread I learned the following:

1. A pigs head stretched over a tube CAN be considered "sacred."

2. Different tribes have different beliefs concerning the drum. (a no brainer.)

3. Some people can't distinguish between a ceremonial drum and a powwow drum.

4. Good stories are just that.

oh AND> > >

5. Kiowa men always get the last word in. *LOL


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Okay.

(*psht! opens one of lblcook's cold ones and stretches out)

What about Indian artisans who sell drums as furniture and wall hangings? (Yeah, they are in the booths at a lot of powwows. We've all seen them.)

What about 49 drums? (yeah, a lot of you have sung around them before!)

What about powwow drums that are plain old marching band drums? (the exact duplicate used by the Florida Seminoles and Fighting Illini).

Are these all STILL sacred?
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