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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.
"We've thought and thought, but we're at a loss about what to call ourselves. Any ideas?"
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"I'm sorry, but this beach is for residents only."
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"Henceforth, let us set aside this date as a day of thanksgiving!"
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"My people have worked out many, many things to do with feathers."
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'These kids and their text messaging...'
'Sorry, I've gotta take this...'
"While not a native American Indian my self I do find the term 'low man on the Totem pole' to be an offensive stereotype."
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"I hope it doesn't make you nervous to have me watch you."
"We gave them corn last year!"
"I am not Crazy Horse! Crazy Horse is a man. I'm Fred."
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"They appear to be opting for the circled-wagons defense."
'Chief say he eat to many beans.'
'Still haven't given up on your lawn, eh, Pertzborn?'
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"It's from my attorney."
"Could you nip over to accounts and get this signed,it's just through the door on the left and then 4,500 miles to East Delhi..."
The vanishing American is the one who pays cash.
Indian burial ground.
"It's amazing. I hear some of them can endure the same boring, pointless positions for years on end!"
Cowboy with arrow in hat shouting 'CUPIDS!'
'So, what's for dinner?'
'Kemo Sabe.' 'No, no..chemo.'
A Native American works at an American Heritage site.
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