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Dear Paul, all I want to add to my previous comment is that you said you were attacked by a bunch of people, that you have to face millions with a different opinion from yours who don't lose a chance to fight yours..I don't actually agree with that, cause I ve been on this site for more than 8 months now, and I have spent hours talking with people from all around the world about the different ways of dreading, about the advantages and the disadvantages of each one..And yes, sometimes, some respnoses may be a bit harsh, straght pointed but the thing is , they are like this for a reason; to help others and prevent their making wrong decisions , that they might later regret..What I noticed while reading your responses was that you were ready to attack everyone that wasn't willing to agree with waht you talked about..Categorizing, name-calling and the use of some words (''shitlocks" etc etc) was something that mayde me furious..Noone here called you anything, at least , not in a way you did..Anyway, I never had an intension to fight you, or attack you, and I think that this was exactly the same for many other members..But your responses made me take part in this discussion..I hope you find yourself a place in this family, for it's a family for most of us, and be more open to new ideas, opinions and views..You can learn a lot about the true nature of dreads, and if you actually still believe crocheting is the best for you, you can learn loads of stuff about this technique too..take care man,and PEACE above allWE DON'T NEED this negative atmosphere going on;)Paul Duby said:
So far i've been attacked by a whole bunch of you guys. And thats cool.
I came here in the start to defend the negative propaganda that was made against the methods used by the weird sistas. [...]
And as for my comment about categorising some peoples dreads as shitlocks, I was angry at the negative responses thrown back at me. Its was a defensive attack on my behalf and in hindsight wrong. But here its one man against and million, and i'll fight for what i believe in, thats just me.
My opening message was one of peace, there was no negativity tied into my first post! But all the responses that followed mine were nothing but negative. So expect to what you sow.
I don't use any product on my dreads other than natural soaps. Made with local produce. I wash my dreads once every week and have done so for for 7 years +.
Aside from that i use my own mix of jojoba oil and sea salt to exfoliate and replenish oils within my scalp. Fuck Lets call this the 'Dubster-Method' that way after i post this, you can all bag me out for that too.
My dreads aren't crochet/weaved all the way through. I only ever have maintenance done on the roots of my hair. Its the best way that I've found to help keep my locks forming well and stop frizz. Other than that the main body of my dreads form and mature naturally. The tips or my dreads are untucked and open.