May 13, 2014
The first red flag is the Indian heritage stuff.I guess we’re supposed to believe that Indians just know how to recognize Indian stuff.
And of course, he is Cherokee. They always pick the cool tribes. The Fake Indian from Massachusetts, who is really a WASP, claims to be Cherokee. I bet if we learn that the Cherokee were cannibals the number of people claiming to be Cherokee would suddenly plummet. Anyway, the medicine wheel nonsense is a nice touch.The Z Blog › Or Maybe They’re Just Cool Looking Rocks
Posted by gerardvanderleun at May 13, 2014 7:03 AM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.
Uh ... roll 'em ... I just feel somethin'".
Something told him that the area was important. $KaChing$.
Take a few what could be sorta kinda footprints and an arrowhead and construct a whole lifeline behind it. Must be nice, get paid to do that. Us White folk ought to be ensuring that the Neanderthals get representation in all this.
Oh, and then the saviors of our little friends in the animal world can halt the digging to save the red-arsed chipmunk from extinction. The BLM will take over the land, for our own good, and find out — oh gosh — that there's oil or copper or something on the land. Then they'll sell it to some Chinese investors. For our own good.
That's a wrap.
Posted by: chasmatic at May 13, 2014 8:38 AM
There is considerable evidence that Europeans lived in pre-Columbian North America and in particular in the Eastern part of the country. Given the dramatic difference in appearance and thus genetic origin of the Eastern Indians vs the Western Indians it is probable that the Eastern Indians were more closely related to fakeahontas then they were to Geronimo.
Posted by: GoneWithTheWind at May 13, 2014 6:37 PM
GWTW: yay Vikings. Their genetic infusions saved half of Europe from inbreeding decay. The Spaniards and Portuguese didn't do jack shit for the equatorial peoples but up north the breeding is fine. There is something to be said about Eugenics.
Berserkers, now that's another story altogether.
Posted by: chasmatic at May 14, 2014 5:58 AM
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