Two chords - a question

Ron Mackey

Message 44828 · 22 Mar 2006 01:21:19 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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> Martin,
> in Grenoble, France. wrote

> > There is a strange contradiction:
> On one hand, so much insistence on fun, socializing, relaxation ...
> On the other, "straighten up you lines", "clear the floor between dances",
> just stand up straight and do as you are told.
>
It seems from some postings that we must be tidy while we
form up sets and count them. !! ? ^^ Talk of militarisation ... !
> Down with the second chord !!

I think I'm firmly in favour of Crossing on the first and Bowing on the
second chord as being more sensible and a neater start to the
dance. As for causing confusion - well it doesn't when something
(even very minor) is changed in the manual. It seems that everyone
just snaps to attantion, salutes and it is done without fuss.

Perhaps just a few grumbles but then --- :))

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