Follower: (no response)Ok, unless you live somewhere where there is a surplus of leaders, I would quit asking and go by myself.
Unless there is some reason you are turning off followers (maybe by referring to yourself as a leader and them as a follower, rather than a dancer) I do not understand why 'followers' are so rude as to not give you a straight answer.
Overall, the Radiocarbon Dating of the first 500 years of the chronology generates a giant horseshoe pattern which is totally inexplicable according to Radiocarbon Dating theory.
The farther south us leaders go, the easier it is to get a "yes" when we ask a follower to go out social dancing. In our area, the followers tell us it's the way they are raisedd - to play the leader as much as possible via text (phone calls rarely answered)So my question to leaders - when should we call it off, ask only once?The assessment of these variations relies on the measurement of “C activity in samples of known age.Dendrochronologically dated wood has proved to be an ideal material for such measurements, and currently all radiocarbon calibrations are based on measurements of 14C activity in wood.Leader: it's the best dance in the area, superb event every week Follower: how do you find such wonderful dances every week?Leader: the venues are all competing for business, they love having us there, we make the event more fun, so the venue keeps me up to date.