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Question..Raise your hand if you got dreads?

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by Kritik, Nov 19, 2002.

  1. Kritik

    Kritik Guest

    I have a good friend who has dreads, listens to Reggae and has all these rasta books. And he's white.

    Correct me if I'm wrong arent Rastafarian beliefs based around rejection of the white man.

    Why would a white person be all down for Rasta if it's supposed to be anti-white?
    Can any one enlighten me on the subject?
     
  2. sneak

    sneak Guest

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  4. OrangeDot

    OrangeDot New Jack

    Joined: Oct 21, 2002 Messages: 42 Likes Received: 0
    how does a hairstyle represent an entire group of people and their beliefs?
     
  5. NAYM IS DEAD

    NAYM IS DEAD Junior Member

    Joined: Mar 18, 2002 Messages: 134 Likes Received: 0
    REGGEA HAIRSTYLE
    ROCK AND ROLL
     
  6. OrangeDot

    OrangeDot New Jack

    Joined: Oct 21, 2002 Messages: 42 Likes Received: 0
    his are just rediculous.


    thumbs down.
     
  7. fr8lover

    fr8lover Guest

    dreadlocks get the girls OPEN!

    [​IMG]
     
  8. WhAt_dA_fUcK

    WhAt_dA_fUcK Senior Member

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  9. rip

    rip Elite Member

    Joined: Nov 10, 2001 Messages: 2,667 Likes Received: 0
    1 pwn j00 4nd j0u|2 d|234d5
     
  10. Dirty_habiT

    Dirty_habiT Administrator

    Joined: Mar 8, 2001 Messages: 18,100 Likes Received: 73
    Oooh ooh!!! :raises hand:

    Not me!! I don't.
     
  11. optimodub

    optimodub Junior Member

    Joined: Mar 5, 2002 Messages: 249 Likes Received: 0
    'Dreadlocks were worn in parts of Africa and Asia for spiritual reasons long before the Rastafarian's in the Carribbean starting wearing them. The Phaoroahs are believed to have worn locks, but we have no conclusive evidence to prove it. We do have evidence that King Tut had dreadlocks, and they are still intact to this day. But the first writing we have about dreadlocks is in the Veda scriptures of India, the earliest piece is dated to 1800 BC. We do have some evidence that the Celts wore dreadlocks. One of the examples is from Caesar, he described the Celts as having "hair like snakes".

    Next come news of past Germanic tribes wearing locks, the Greeks, people of the land called Nazareth such as Samson, Pacific peoples, Naga Indians (known also as Serpent People).

    Today in India, dreadlocks are spotted among Sadhus (holy men). Dreadlocks are also worn by and in Ethiopia, Bahatowie priests of the Amhara nation believed to be of the Coptic faith, Senegal, Baye Fal, believed to be a sect of Islam, Mouridism, also a sect of Islam, Sudan, several small sects of Islam Kenya, Akorino of the Kikuyu nation, Oromo Beja or a sect called "the church of the living god", Ghana, the Bono of Techiman, the Fitish priests, the Somali, the Galla, the Maasai, the Mau Mau, the Tanzania, the Aborigines, and the New Guineans.'

    "We do have some evidence that the Celts wore dreadlocks."

    that's me sorted for a tenuous justification then :king:
     
  12. FlamingHobo

    FlamingHobo Guest

    ^^^ that;s good information right there...i like the way dreadlocks look..but wouldn't get them because people are hella stereotypical...and if i were to be getting them it wouldn't be for rasta reasons....i guess if i ever do grow dreads ill just say im celtic haha
     
  13. Dr. Dazzle

    Dr. Dazzle Veteran Member

    Joined: Nov 19, 2001 Messages: 8,147 Likes Received: 3
    My brother has dreadlocks. I think it's just because he's dirty, though.....
     
  14. 455

    455 Guest

    yeah.....dreadlocks......the "new" thing for high-school students this year......I've seen these morons go and get hair extensions just to rock dreads.....that ladies and gentlemen....is weaksauce......then again in the skateboarding world you have people like Matt Pailes and Matt Rodriguez who have grown extensive locks and used to rock the hat sideways........so whatever.
     
  15. toyeattoywar

    toyeattoywar Member

    Joined: Jul 3, 2002 Messages: 829 Likes Received: 1
    skin tones dont matter when it comes to the i and i
     
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