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  • What this sort of deep seated savior fantasy ignores is all the ways in which the situation affecting the na'vi is happening right here, right now, on planet earth, and many of these same folks who were moved to tears (and beyond) by the plight of fictional characters are completely ignoring it. trying to relocate native people for unobtanium is happening right now on hopi lands, except the unobtainim is coal.

    what really works my nerves about avatar.

  • In today's first bit of interesting casting rumor, The Daily Mail reports that Ridley Scott is hopi...

    Crowe and Miller in Sherwood Forest

  • Blur the bottommost layer that is a blanket you got from Pier one or a trip to baja or that your aunt made on a loom she is so talented and also a full blooded hopi indian.

    In Draco

  • Underneath, she is wearing a T-shirt that says don't worry, be hopi, and various items are anchored to plastic loops sewn into the satin lining of the jacket – rusted silverware, old 45s, and about ten Barbie dolls.

    Vanishing Acts

  • Man, if I ever decide to get married and I'm hopi...

    Paranoid Pedestrian Ponderings

  • History: discolor (Desert Thornapple): used by hopi shamans for divination. inoxia: "Don Juan's Datura" is used in it's native mexico by Yaqui bruhos for divination metel: Used by the Thuggee cult in it's native India to drug sacrificial victims to Kali. sanguinea (Eagle Datura, Tonga): Used by Aztecs in the Temple of the Sun.

    Natural Highs Frequently Asked Questions by Vince Cavasin

  • _ Unable to decide what to do, he let day follow day, hopi events would solve his problem for him.

    A different flesh

  • Xeapon chi [c] a chuvi huyu [c] hopi ytzel, xcha [t] a [t] avitz chire

    The Annals of the Cakchiquels

  • As the Senate Finance Committee finalizes its health reform proposal, medical-device makers are hopi ...

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • "Mi pais ta un isla hopi dushi, kaminda mi lombrishi pa semper ta derá," goes a passage in

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