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  • xTekno
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    Originally posted by kiyaanii mom View Post
    I'm from NE AZ too!!!!! Think there is a chance your my pa too???

    Maybe not. You were probably 5 when I was born...
    You never know!

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  • kiyaanii mom
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    Originally posted by Ta'neeszahnii Techno View Post
    Northeast AZ is a scary place, eh? That's where I'm from, so now you definitely know that I'm your pa!
    I'm from NE AZ too!!!!! Think there is a chance your my pa too???

    Maybe not. You were probably 5 when I was born...

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  • xTekno
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    There's a place called Sweetwater where a lot of mud clan (Hashtł'ishnii) people are from.
    Last edited by xTekno; 12-02-2008, 12:21 PM.

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  • Mud_Woman
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    Originally posted by Ta'neeszahnii Techno View Post
    Northeast AZ is a scary place, eh? That's where I'm from, so now you definitely know that I'm your pa!
    *lmao* whats why im born for Taneeszahnii . . . .

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  • xTekno
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    Northeast AZ is a scary place, eh? That's where I'm from, so now you definitely know that I'm your pa!

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  • Mud_Woman
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    thats is so true . . . here in north east AZ wher im from . . no headstart at all, no $$

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  • kiyaanii mom
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    Too bad CM isn't around today....Headstart sure could use the $$.

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  • Mud_Woman
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    Originally posted by kiyaanii mom View Post
    Can you imaging $1.2 million on the first day!!!!! too bad they aren't ever gonna send percap checks. It will all go to the council to waste on fancy rings....
    easy there tiger *lol*
    when cheif manuleto sighed the treaty . . . . he said he didnt want the ppl to get percap . . . instead use the money to help educate the kids . . . . . . . yeah, like that would happen, look at the education system now *lmao*

    anyways, so no matter how much money that casino makes . . . us navajos will never see a bill or coin from there . . . . unless we put it in the machine *lol*

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  • kiyaanii mom
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    Can you imaging $1.2 million on the first day!!!!! too bad they aren't ever gonna send percap checks. It will all go to the council to waste on fancy rings....

    Here is a pic of the new sign....Looks cool...
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  • Mud_Woman
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    it that what that check was??
    dang, i feel rich *lmao*

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  • kiyaanii mom
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    Yeah....didn't you get your percap check in the mail? I got mine yesterday. The check was made out for $0.02!!!!!....Jks...

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  • Mud_Woman
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    wow . . . . . . . we have a casino

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  • Skabewis
    started a topic Navajos open first casino near Gallup

    Navajos open first casino near Gallup

    Gallup, New Mexico (AP)

    The Navajo Nation opened its first casino Nov. 19 just east of Gallup, N.M., hoping that slot machines, poker and bingo will inject new income into the tribe.

    Up to 4,000 people showed up for the Fire Rock Casino’s opening, with hundreds waiting outside because the capacity is just 1,800, said Patrick Sandoval, chief of staff in the president’s office.

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