Warning: Steem witnesses executed a hard fork on 2020-05-20, seizing 23.6M STEEM from 65 accounts. The funds were transferred to an account named @community321, the ownership (and intentions) of which have not been revealed. The witnesses claim to have been targeting accounts which defended against a hostile takeover in early March, but at least 2 accounts on the list have been inactive for over 4 years.
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Okay, no problem. I felt my comments were not entirely spam as they were related to the content. However, the quantity of comments was spammy, although arguably more a fault of Steem's reward system than mine.
Anyways, I'm just trying to not let my voting power go to waste as I transition from Steem to Hive. It's hard for me to view this blockchain with any legitimacy after the mockery of the Tron takeover. Currently, there are no community-backed witnesses in the top 21 spots. And STINC stake is being used to downvote good content.
Therefore, I'm not sure why you'd expect comments to be anything more than spam. Steem is a sinking ship.
That must have been quite an experience! Very cool to see this.
We lived in Kenya for 7 months when I was a kid of about 9... and although I really don't remember much, I *do* remember that the Maasai were extremely *colorful* and also extremely *tall* people... and their singing was very evocative. But, as I said, I was *nine.*
Tz is just a few miles across the border and the Maasai people are shared between Ke and Tz. I am from Ke and this I must say looks like something from Kajiado where now 'our' Maasai live.
According to the national government, they are among the tribes who held on to their traditions a lil bit longer than the rest of us. They are the reminder of what Africans would be wearing and how they would be still living if it weren't for the westernization of our people. Thank you for sharing this :)
> They are the reminder of what Africans would be wearing and how they would be still living if it weren't for the westernization of our people
Yes I love the African fabric designs. I got some lappa tailored in Liberia. The styles are incredible. Now if only a way to make the fabric a bit stretchy were introduced, the clothing would be near perfect.