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2 Spirit Cherokee Princess

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    DJ
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    Aromantic, Asexual
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    Agender
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    Salem, OR, Turtle Island
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    telemarketing/polling

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  1. My internet is getting cut off tomorrow.😦  I don't know when I can get a new connection.  See you when I can.🐌

  2. So you're saying what makes us different also allows us to think outside the box.
  3. "You call us savages? What does that make [you]?"-Tatanka Iotanka AKA Sitting Bull. "If you do nothing, nothing can go wrong!" -from Bean the Movie.
  4. Indian Givers by Jack Weatherford. It describes the many contributions my people made to world culture. Do you like chocolate, vanilla, strawberries, peanut butter, potato chips, soft drinks, gum, avocados, popcorn, pumpkin spice, chili peppers, most of the food you eat, most of the medicines you use, the movement to protect the environment & a democracy where women & poor people can vote (among many, many other things)? You're welcome.
  5. I heard a woman on a radio program say "If you don't have a child: you are one." So to her, anyone who happens to be infertle, both living Popes & the Dalai Lama are still children. My dad was married 3 times, but he sat me down & said he was worried about me not wanting to go on dates like the other teenagers. 🙄
  6. My BFF said this song perfectly describes our friendship:
  7. I'm doing my best to survive climate change.  5euk2t.jpg

    1. Karst

      Karst

      Aren't we all...

    2. 2 Spirit Cherokee Princess

      2 Spirit Cherokee Princess

      I made it through.  After that unbelievable heat it went down to the 60s that night.  Today it only got up to 90--and I can't believe that I'm saying 90 degrees is an improvement!

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  8. The papa that means father is Spanish; papa as a name for the vegetable is borrowed from Quechua--the language of the Incas who discovered & cultivated the "potatoes" we eat today.
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