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Old 04-09-2006, 08:20 PM   #30
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Originally Posted by tipis
This is the same dance where the "ashes" were spread in the dance arena by the "Indians" of the area. I have not been in the area since this was done a few years ago. Does not feel right. This was once a great dance many years ago, but has gone done in the last 8 years or so because of all the spiritual and unknowing people. However, there has been a change by a few people to turn it around. They need a chance to see what can be done and it may take a couple of years and people willing to volunteer to help.

Also, it is a great shame that some people on this site only know how to comdemn anyone who is only making an observation or stating some facts about something they have seen or know about, or basically answering a question. It is only a waste of site space and other readers' time who have to wade through the derrogatory comments to get to anything of value. Someone does not have to be born into a culture to be raised or have gained a great deal of knowledge of it. There are many out there who are born of a group, and know nothing about their culture. That is why we ask questions.....I was under the impression this was a sharing of information site and you can pick and choose what you wish to believe or not without someone making those choices for you by scaring off the knowledge or a good question. If the information is not what you want, it is easy ask questions. Others might answer....but not if they are jumped on or see others being constantly put down.
lmao ya know,when you come on here and pass your holier than tho words onto others that are legit indians ,you make youreslf look like a total fool Tipis...personally i cant see any real ndn's passing on knowledge to you or even talking when youre around...im sure you sit and contradict Elders too and then have your little hissy fits when they dont agree with what you spout as gospel....your words to tradjingle were derogatory and condescending but thats seems to be the way you elevate your self ....and now youre posting about things on this site on plains indian seminar?" lmfao youre beyond pathetic tipis...you come here as a culture vulture....reading what legit indians post about our culture and are using this material for your own book....and as you do with your dress and words let ppl think youre indian....for someone who passes herself off as the expert on ndn culture,you sure dont know a damn thing about respect...well here it is in a nutshell...the Traditional Elders have said no more...and that ppl like you are a problem...end of story and you still have yet to back up your scolarly words about the feather cases in front of the supreme court of which you have documents...lmao youre the only one who does...if youre goig to print mistruths and lies on here or any site then be constantly prepared to defend yourself because you have little clue as to what youre talking about....im sure you wont respond because thats your style...you love to attack and then run away and cry ...well tough...if youre gonna post crap then deal
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