"Do you know how to make a million dollars flying helicopters? Start with ten million dollars.
By far the most cost effective way to learn to fly helicopters is http://www.rucker.army.mil/ They tend to prefer thoroughbred rotary wigs…"
"If you read through the link, question 5 is the salient point:5 If non-Indians (or whites) use Redskins it is racial/racist and unacceptable.
That was 66% as well (among natives), 47% (among whites), 38% (among Latinos)"
""There are lies, damned lies, and statistics." (With apologies to Mark Twain, if misquoted).
Methinks the sociology professor at Cal State, San Berdoo didn't do especially well in the undergraduate statistics class. "
"Recent study suggests 67% of Native respondents found the name and image racist.
Also, the Navajo nation (as a body), which is the largest tribal group in the country, has sided with the…"
"I'm kinda seething at the Cowboys and the Texans, myself. Look at this thing ...
What a disgusting stereotype. After what we did to real cowboys with the invention of barbed wire fences, now we slap them across the…"
"Eh. How far do you figure we'd have to narrow the group to get to one where even a significant minority find this offensive?
The general population doesn't. So, lets ask people in Washington. Nope. But, only…"
"Regarding the complexity issue. I think there were some good points raised about those who have a native identity (role in the tribe, plantation, etc.) versus those who simply claim some heritage.
If you want to think that's…"
"The only non-anecdotal observation in the article you cited is the following ...
That's not complex. It may be outdated. But, its pretty cut-and-dried. The rest of the article is manufactured complexity and…"
"A downside to the women who have the belief that she can hit a man and not expect some form of retaliation. The ones who believed a guy could not physically retaliate because men are not suppose to hit women, no matter what."
"I don't believe that he did. The Gospel of John presents a singular perspective on the passion, with Jesus' saying that it was for this hour that he came, rather than pleasing that this cup pass from him.