Change in the Modern World

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In response to Anselm´s: spice, tasty, interesting, etc., I get the feeling that for some who need these things, SCD has simply become boring without such. I feel that it is these little fiddly bits that make SCD so esoteric that it becomes less popular as a result. The dancers, and especially beginners, get to tied up in illogical rules, exceptions, historical errors, impossible choriographies, historical errors, etc., that many simply say "why bother" and either move on or never progress to actually enjoying the dancing as a social activity. The result is that the RSCDS becomes a more and more exclusive antisocial activity, as opposed to an inclusive social one.

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