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  • #46
    I am so glad to hear good words of Mr. Shortman.

    My mind, prolly like many others, was begining to give him bad thoughts he never deserved. Bad thoughts bestowed on him by those taking his name for their own purpose.

    Thank you for your post.
    Scott Zotigh
    Kiowa Black Leggings
    Kiowa Gourd Clan
    Kiowa Tiah Piah
    Kiowa Marine Veterans
    American Indian Veterans

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    • #47
      ur right!

      Yep, Mr.Shortman would never do anything like that!! He would be the first one to tell these "hobbs" where to stick it!!! lol
      Southern Boy

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      • #48
        Originally posted by CrazyInDn
        Yep, Mr.Shortman would never do anything like that!! He would be the first one to tell these "hobbs" where to stick it!!! lol

        Chaif Dirty Face, *L

        When you see Lawrence, tell him what the website says about him! Or betta' yet, tell Ida Ray *L



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        If so, we need to hang out after the powwow?
        Powwows will continue to evolve in many directions. It is inevitable.

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