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Old 07-07-2006, 02:38 PM   #29
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Originally Posted by Fat Albert
I figure that there is a time and place for all things. If you are carrying a stick you should have earned it. If you earned it you know what it is for/ represents and how to use it as well as the costs. Therefore those with sticks should be recognized by the drum because they should know what they are doing and are prepared to take care of the obligations that come from that, regardless of where they are...
This would be the ideal, unfortunately, there are so many Straight Dancers carrying Tail Sticks now-a-days without the background knowledge and/or the rights given to go with that honor, that it would be difficult for a Head Singers to differentiate.
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