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I perform for the Ritual Merrymaking Circles. It thrills me to don my special feathers and furs and baubles. When the drums start beating, I really get into it. Dance is my greatest talent. I’ll have some celebratory brew and be dancing the night away. I sing if persuaded by the moment. Juggling – not so much. It’s actually having the people watch me that gets me going the most. Acting out is my middle name.
The Ritual Planner lets me know in advance because I am adored in that circle. The entire community waits for my entrance. There is usually time to shake the old trimmings out and replace anything that the beetles have eaten too much of. You just never know. I go see the Feather Mistress if I need anything. I’m having some special footwear made right now. I don’t know how to do it so they stay on with all the kicking that I do when I’m dancing. Recently I talked a friend of mine into making them for me. It’s going to cost me, but it will be so worth it. Another friend of mine is going to give me some cowry shells from the sea. You won’t believe what I have to do for that! But if I can get them sewn onto the new footwear, . . . well . . . OH, MY MOTHER NATURE!
(~Johnny)

FROM THE FORUM

Cheyenne:
I’m fairly sure that they did, Johnny.  A man who couldn’t attach himself to a good woman was a lost soul.   There might have been some who didn’t care about reproducing, but probably not very many of them.  Not to be too personal, but are you unattached or something?

Jeanyo:
Hello everyone!  I can’t wait to get into this discussion.  I just got registered so I’ll just dive in.  Is there any society that anyone knows of where the men take care of the children?  It just doesn’t seem to happen in primitive societies.  Maybe because they can’t breastfeed them.  So that’s a pretty natural assumption that it wouldn’t be women going after men who had existing children. 

FROM THE
ORACLE

Haden from Alabama wants to know what came first.

Alabama!  What a lovely name that is.  Well, Haden, this is a very hard question that you are asking.  Came first before what?  A chicken is a hen bird, yes?  Usually, a hen is easier to find, but the egg is easier to pick up because it doesn’t run away.  If one doesn’t want to eat the egg right away, it will keep for quite a while.  A hen bird goes bad if it is not eaten quickly.  Nasty stinky bad.  Woohoooo.

You should throw an egg into the sea to represent the starting of all life.  Also it is a precious gift to the sea.  Do not worry about whether it will break on the way to the bottom.