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This painting is of the now-extinct giant American Lemming herd, depicting brave AmerIndians who desperately tried to prevent their suicidal mass leap over the cliff.

Read all… Subjects: added on 2016 Jun 7
Subjects: AmerIndian, The Art of

ThePrimordialOrderedPair: ...Further, the most fortunate (richest and freest) blacks in the world are those whose ancestors were brought to America....

Read all… Subjects: added on 2016 Feb 2
Subjects: AmerIndian, Oklahoma

Arson Wells: ...reminds me of the old tombstone somewhere in England. It reads...

Read all… Subjects: added on 2016 Jan 21
Subjects: AmerIndian, graveyard

Posted by: mindful webworker - in the Land of the Red Man at January 17, 2016 01:01 PM (hgso/)

Read all… Subjects: added on 2016 Jan 17
Subjects: AmerIndian, history, Oklahoma

Speaking of "first peoples..."

Read all… Subjects: added on 2016 Jan 17
Subjects: AmerIndian, history

Sherry McEvil: Same for Oklahoma, people think it's still an ugly dust bowl. But, hey, if it keeps people with ugly Liberal hearts and minds away, I have no problem with that.

Read all… Subjects: added on 2015 Aug 20
Subjects: AmerIndian, Oklahoma

Pappy O'Daniel: I thought the naturalist Earth People were all culturally versed on the glories and beauty of the sexually divergent and it was all Kwazy Kwistian Hate. No?

Read all… Subjects: added on 2015 Jul 9
Subjects: AmerIndian, Jesus

Really funny collection, chrissy!

This looks like as apt a place as any for some links I thought some here might appreciate.

Read all… Subjects: added on 2014 Dec 26
Subjects: Christmas, robot, AmerIndian

Rapper SupaMan helps open the Oklahoma Indian Summer Festival

http://bit.ly/SupaMan

How Oklahoma rappers look.

Read all… Subjects: added on 2014 Sep 20
Subjects: AmerIndian, Oklahoma

"Didn't go so well for the last group of people the US gov. dumped in Oklahoma."

Read all… Subjects: added on 2014 Jul 22
Subjects: AmerIndian, Jim Bridenstine, Mary Fallin, Oklahoma

All the Oklahoma Injuns
Were offended at the sight.

An insult to the Tribes, it was
Considered quite a blight!

Read all… Subjects: added on 2014 Jul 7
Subjects: AmerIndian, Elizabeth Warren, poetry

"Correct me if I'm wrong; Isn't the word 'Oklahoma' Choctaw for 'red-skinned people?'" -J.J. Sefton

Read all… Subjects: added on 2014 Jun 20
Subjects: AmerIndian, Oklahoma

A couple of variations on the Redskins name and logo, inspired by horde banter. Cites Maetenloch, quotes AllenG, Vic, toby928(C), Raul Johnson, and rickl.

Read all… Subjects: added on 2014 Jun 19
Subjects: AmerIndian, First Amendment, webworker

♫ Where seldom is hearrrrrd
a disparaging worrrrrd…
and the pols are not shady alllll ♭♩ daaayy

Read all… Subjects: added on 2014 Jun 19
Subjects: First Amendment, baseball, AmerIndian
Jesus among the AmerIndians
Best of Spirits

Just always seemed t'me just like something Jesus might do. A brief contemplation.

Text added on 2013 Nov 15
Subjects: Jesus, AmerIndian
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Oklahoma is based on Choctaw Indian words which translate as red people (okla meaning "people" and humma meaning "red").

Read all… Subjects: added on 2013 Nov 13
Subjects: AmerIndian, history, language, Oklahoma, race

Mormonism's idea that the risen Jesus appeared to people in the Western Hemisphere has always tickled me. Just always seemed t'me just like something Jesus might do.

Read all… Subjects: added on 2013 Nov 8
Subjects: AmerIndian, AoSHQ, Jesus, revelation

"The key is to invoke a historic dead tribe and fake geneology...

Read all… Subjects: added on 2013 Oct 18
Subjects: AmerIndian

It was the second band of folks migrating across the North Atlantic, or the Bering Straits, that were officially the first "invaders…"

Read all… Subjects: added on 2011 Jul 2
Subjects: AmerIndian, Inuit, invasion, homeland, New World
Early American Stone Tool
Urantiana

The timeline gets pushed back again... still a pretty big gap.

Text added on 2011 Mar 28
Subjects: AmerIndian, anthropology, human migration
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Additional uncaught exception thrown while handling exception.

Original

PDOException: SQLSTATE[42000]: Syntax error or access violation: 1142 INSERT command denied to user 'mindfulwebworks'@'184.168.193.124' for table 'accesslog': INSERT INTO {accesslog} (title, path, url, hostname, uid, sid, timer, timestamp) VALUES (:db_insert_placeholder_0, :db_insert_placeholder_1, :db_insert_placeholder_2, :db_insert_placeholder_3, :db_insert_placeholder_4, :db_insert_placeholder_5, :db_insert_placeholder_6, :db_insert_placeholder_7); Array ( [:db_insert_placeholder_0] => AmerIndian [:db_insert_placeholder_1] => taxonomy/term/473 [:db_insert_placeholder_2] => [:db_insert_placeholder_3] => 54.198.3.15 [:db_insert_placeholder_4] => 0 [:db_insert_placeholder_5] => ecq3793XopFssVxr-o2AXUXl4S2IXOXCnAEA3hKmvOQ [:db_insert_placeholder_6] => 817 [:db_insert_placeholder_7] => 1531847306 ) in statistics_exit() (line 93 of /home/content/04/7574404/html/drupal7/modules/statistics/statistics.module).

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