I think we are getting off track here but as I was typing my response I was
thinking exactly the same as you. Not all "Native American People" had the
same mindset. Some were very agressive and dominating while others were
more freindly and relaxed.
I find it more than amusing that you decided to attack my character (or me
personally) rather than maturely discussing the topic. This seems the type
of situation where some folks seem to want to start name calling and
Sorry Vard, you'll have to find somebody else to attack and spend your time
with or maybe your were just feeling a bit hostile during your posting.
Have a nice day :-).
>Don't you think you are a little presumptuous to think not only that all
>"Native American Peoples" have the same attitudes, but also that you know
>what these attitudes are?
>If you think a little longer about this, I'll bet you'll conclude that
>the To'Ono Oodham
>(what you may know as Papago--the Spanish name) and Hopi have attitudes
>far different from the Sioux and Navaho. And none of them have reverence
>for everything. Such an attitude is a construction of sentimental,
>Romantic Northern Europeans such as Andy Richker.
>On Wed, 18 Dec 1996 15:18:07 -0600 email@example.com (Andy Richker) writes:
>> I agree with the attitudes of the Native American Peoples and
>>similar based societies. They had reverence for almost everything and
>>unlikely took anything for granted.