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  • #16
    Originally posted by Echo4Tango
    I enjoyed myself at this powwow, I got sick from the dust on Sunday night. Everyone was jammin' and having a good time. Can't wait for Sycuan, we'll see how that goes.

    Who saw the tiger dude? (I had to mention it) I saw this guy in Ripley's Believe it or Not. All I have to say is, "whoooaaah!" it was tripped out.
    HEYYYY!! Thats me!!! LMAO!! just kidding but, i seen that guy too and i was like.... WUTTTT?? He looks crazy... and i knew they said he lived in the mountains of So. Cal but, i've never seen him before... even his nails we're like really long and his cheeks... i dunno, just to far out for me....


    • #17
      I know! That's crazy.. we were trippin out over that huh Nona! *L* That was crazy tho! IN the mtns..?? really?? omg, that's just too out there.. thats interesting tho... hmm... *L*
      "Smile If U's A Hottie" :50:

      "Good Better Best Never Let It Rest Until The Good Is Better And The Better Is Best" :D


      • #18
        Barona had a successful pow-wow without any drama this year. They had over 300 registered dancers and a purse of $80K funded by the tribe and casino. Everyone enjoyed a somewhat sober '49 contest on Saturday evening with Rose Hill taking first. Kudos to the headstaff, drums and new committee. This was an excellent pow-wow and one without point headaches. You didn't see people just walking around the arena waiting for a spot check. People danced hard until the quitting song. That's my perspective.
        Work like you don't need money,
        Love like you've never been hurt,
        And dance like no one's watching.


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