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La Salerosa Common

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At the time of the Los Santos regime, flamenco was seen as an act of civil resistance. Apparently not only did the heel clicking seriously wind up the dictator but it was also a way for the resistance to pass on messages in morse code. So suffice to say that the guerilla movement owes much of its success to the frenzied and frenetic dancing of the island’s proud dancers. So if today La Salerosa still proudly takes to the ring donning the traditional costume she wore during the revolution, it’s so no one forgets the courage of the Los Santos artists who brought the regime to its knees!