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'I'm going on a vision quest, do you want anything from Starbucks?'
Before they were largely wiped out by European diseases, the Timuca Indians had a highly evolved society, built around dance, poetry and the world's first mobile phone.
'Sorry, I've gotta take this...'
'I'm a Dutch American. What kind of an American are you?'
'I'll send a Tweet.'
'Yes wise guy, as it happens, I do have a reservation!'
'Me nomad.' 'Me nomad either.'
'I have communed with the ancients and discovered that your spirit animal is... a banana slug. So, you know... good luck with that.'
The Lothario Indians of the pacific northwest would often use perfume tipped arrows in battle.
'He's calling Running Bear on his mobile.'
Totem Pole Satellite Dish.
Crisis? What crisis? Gutter press!
If you don't mind, can we stop off at an ATM?
We got teepeed.
'I wonder why he didn't send it email.'
'Tracks of one man on foot and a fat ugly one on horse.' 'Are you saying we've gone round in circles?'
'I didn't know what a diagonal line through a cigarette, inside a circle, meant!'
'Heartburn? A couple of scalps could do wonders.'
'Take no notice - it's just an obscene smoke signal!'
The county returns to Early American Justice.
Uses of a Dead Cat in History: Native American Indian Chief Hats.