On Wed, 30 May 2007 03:34:36 -0600 (MDT), Borked Pseudo Mailed
If you want to hunt Indians, I would think the best place to go is India.
In America, the indigenous peoples are known either as "Injuns" or "Casino
"Injuns" is, of course, a reference to old westerns. I don't care for the
term Native American. I was born here, so I am a native American also.
BTW, a reservation is a good place to find indigenous Americans. But if you
commit a crime against one of them and are caught on the reservation, keep
in mind that the American government is powerless to help you.
I don't think you know what the hell you're talking about.
Back when I lived in Arizona, I served on a jury for a case in Federal
district court, for a crime committed on the Navajo reservation. So much
for "the American government is powerless to help you." Where do you
come up with this crap?
Any system of knowledge that is capable of listing films in order
of use of the word "fuck" is incapable of writing a good summary
On Wed, 30 May 2007 23:43:40 -0700, David Nebenzahl
I believe that is part of the treaty. The indian authorities can refer any
case to a U.S. court and appeal for assistance from the feds. But it may
vary from state to state. In Wisconsin however, the FBI needs permission to
investigate anything on a reservation. As I said, it is sovereign
territory. Not that reservations are sanctuaries for criminals. The indians
don't certainly want them. But, speaking only of Wisconsin, the feds cannot
step on any toes. If a tribe member was accused of a crime, the reservation
is as good a sanctuary as a church.
I know from experience that drug laws are not enforced in Mole Lake, WI. It
would be a DEA agents wet dream, but the place is downright libertarian. At
least it is during the blues festival.
Other than the trolls that started this message and will likely keep it
going, can the rest of the rail groups stop replying to this? It's in
bad taste and it's off topic.
We're all native to this fine country if we were born here but let's
not show disrespect to the groups that were here before us. It's easy
to poke fun at those who run the casinos but casinos hire poor people
of a cross section of cultures including mostly whites in the bigger
cities, some are run by the mafia that we'll never know, etc.
I know American Indian (ok instead of saying Native) Soldiers who were
killed in Iran fighting for us, so let's not be scumbag racists here and
generalize about various cultural groups based on our own myopic views.
On 31 May 2007 19:03:51 GMT, firstname.lastname@example.org (David A Rasmussen)
Just getting overly technical, but the earliest human remains found in
North America are Caucasian. Most likely Nordic. The research was hamstrung
by a federal law that considers all such remains to be native American. But
there is growing suspicion that the people who came from Asia across the
land-bridge to Alaska were not the first human residents here.
And let's not forget the Navaho code speakers during WWII. They knocked the
Japanese for a loop. Kind of amazing really. The natives are occupied and
badly mistreated, yet they stepped up and fought for the nation that arose
from the ashes of their ancestors.
Keep in mind there are some very well respected WWII veterans who would
find your use of such small shells for hunting this type of game quite
insulting. Shame the last of the battleship twin 16 inchers has been
The despammed service works OK, but unfortunately
Actually the NJ had three main turrets with three barrels each. Two at the
bow and one on the stern.
I believe that was the standard for all the 'modern' battle ships.
But don't take my word for it. Go to www.battleshipnewjersey.org and see for
yourself. Click on Visit and you will see a birds eye view of the ship.
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