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Old 03-27-2007, 09:12 AM   #15
Gledanh Zhinga
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Butt staying in seat.

Long time ago, there was a closed drum singing for one of the ilonskas, and an elder from another tribe, an "outsider", pulled up a chair and sat in. For some reason, the head singer allowed this to happen and probably should not have done so. Sylvester Warrior was one of the singers. As a silent protest, Sylvester arose, left the drum and did not return for the remainder of the dance.

I'm not in a position to judge this action; just reporting what I saw.
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