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    I got to go to a nice dance at Wash U in St Louis MO as I meet new people and visited with old friends. I am proud to say I got to meet wuliechsin. He is a very nice youngman and a good dancer coming on.

    My theory about the judging of Straight dancing by those who aren't real familiar with our dance. They like the faster steps used by our younger race horses. It has been referred to as Contemp. Straight dancing.
    Last edited by CHEROSAGE; 04-18-2007, 02:17 AM.
    BOB

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    Originally posted by CHEROSAGE View Post
    I got to go to a nice dance at Wash U in St Louis MO as I meet new people and visited with old friends. I am proud to say I got to meet wuliechsin. He is a very nice youngman and a good dancer coming on.

    My theory about the judging of Straight dancing by those who aren't real familiar with our dance. They like the faster steps used by our younger race horses. It has been referred to as Contemp. Straight dancing.
    Thank you, I really like the term "Race Horse." LOL!!! I hope you have a good rest of the week. Take care.

    Wulie
    Last edited by _wuliechsin_; 04-23-2007, 04:37 PM.
    Dance hard like there is no tomrrow. Hoka!

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      Not A Pedigree!!!

      Originally posted by CHEROSAGE View Post
      They like the faster steps used by our younger race horses. It has been referred to as Contemp. Straight dancing.
      Geez, if you call them race horses i must be a thoroughbred....lol....not that good

      i find it to just be a further form of expression, compared to the older ways of the hethuska. I am proud of the way i dance, pedigree or not! like i have said in a different forum, when i dance, i dont dance to a song, the song dances through me!

      And believe me im pretty "familiar with our dance".
      "Most of you dont like me, All of you dont have to. But from the bottom of my heart, Thanks for noticing me!"-Nashoba Simmons

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