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    hello so you know all about Tom Netz now and we know he not going to stop. its a shame he lie to alot of good people out there. You will be seeing more of me on Stay tune now:Angel2

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    Salut et Welcome to the board :Wave ! Have fun posting here !!
    See you soon
    " J'adore les cacahuètes. Tu bois une bière et tu en as marre du goût. Alors tu manges des cacahuètes. Les cacahuètes, c'est doux et salé, fort et tendre, comme une femme. Manger des cacahuètes, it's a really strong feeling. Et après tu as de nouveau envie de boire une bière. Les cacahuètes, c'est le mouvement perpétuel à la portée de l'homme. " Jean-Claude Vandamme


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      Hi! :)


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        Tom Netz still lying and doing presentations

        Here is Tom Netz's Bio

        As we continued with last year's very successful theme, "My Story", we focused next upon the story of Tom Soft Shell Turtle (Netz) who is of Native American and European decent. Tom now lives in Toledo and is a frequent speaker and active in Indian affairs. As a traditions keeper, Tom is an inspiration, and source of knowledge for those Native American families who seek for the lost teachings and art forms of their ancestral past. Through spiritual healing, plant medicine healing, and walking a good pathway of peace, Tom is able to bring a balance through teachings to those people who look for a oneness between Creator and Earth Mother. Tom Soft Shell Turtle Netz is an authority on Ohio and Great Lakes Region Indians, and the only certified teacher of the Seneca Wolf Clan Teaching Lodge in the state of Ohio. For over a decade, Tom has presented educational and traditional storytelling and other programs to audiences of all ages at various historic sites and museums through out the United States and Canada. He provided the cultural enrichment by way of native drum, flute and voice.

        What is this authority on Ohio and Great Lakes Region Indians crap? And what is this only certified teacher of the Seneca Wolf Clan Teaching Lodge in the state of Ohio? Do the Senca know about this?


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