What % Indian is an Indian

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  1. dstinger

    dstinger Member

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    Not the best title but I see so many white looking people commercially crabbing at the Indian opener in Area 6 on July 9...... What makes an Indian an Indian according to the Feds or the state... Thanks ahead of time
     
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    I have a friend that is 1/32 Native American and he gets all the benefits. His kids are 1/64th and they also receive benefits. What a fucking scam.
     
  3. Sun Tzu

    Sun Tzu Ya damn skippy!!

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    I'm a proud Tlingit. Not sure about the other Nations, but the recognized % or quantum is 1/8. And it's a great title (question).... so if you're native, be proud. fuck the native haters.. :finger:
     
  4. dstinger

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    Then, What is a real native American? An Indian looking American?
     
  5. dstinger

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    Sun, So in your tribe 88% white and 12% Indian is a native.... Is that state or federal rule?
    I don't hate anybody.... I just have always been curious what the percentages were? Thanks Sun
     
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    If your this person all you have to do is have high cheek bones.......
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  7. Sun Tzu

    Sun Tzu Ya damn skippy!!

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    LOL.. no.

    Google "Native blood quantum" I never got the "hate" vibe from you. No worries.
     
  8. dstinger

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    Top, How do they pull that off? Just fill out the paperwork and make things up
     
  9. Hunter Dan

    Hunter Dan I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Adoption is a huge tribal issue as is marriage. If you have a commercial quality fishing vessel it is quite easy to marry into or get adopted to the tribe of your choice.
     
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    Look for a gay indian. You too can have Indian in you
     
  11. dstinger

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    OK I just googled it and Wiki said all the tribes have different percentages.....
     
  12. dstinger

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    That's an interesting angle... Do you then have to live on the reservation?
     
  13. Sun Tzu

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    Yes, just like most things, not much is universal.

    To be Native blood? No more then you have to live in Germany to be German.
     
  14. dstinger

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    That's good Homo humor.... Made me laugh... Laughter is good...Thanks
     
  15. TexMojoII

    TexMojoII Titties and Beer!

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    Well, you have to show proof of your ancestors such as roll numbers (indian ssn). My mom did it like 20 years ago and I do have my cdib (certificate degree of indian blood), but it doesn't do me any good out here. Back in texas as a kid we did get medical and dental free at the indian clinics and on occasion commodity products like a freakin block of american cheese and industrial peanut butter.
     
  16. TexMojoII

    TexMojoII Titties and Beer!

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    I bought my fireworks on the nisqually res and the dude i bought from was mexican.
     
  17. dstinger

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    and canned pork in clear Jello LOL .... Mom got those as well as the PB in a can...... Commodities
    We got Velveeta cheese too in tin foil and used it to catch trout and bluegill in the local lakes
     
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    TexMojoII Titties and Beer!

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    Shit, your right, maybe it was velveeta, all I remember is it really sucked trying to cut that big ass block of cheese with a butter knife for grill cheese. One side would be paper thin and the other side of the bread would be one inch, try cooking that shit evenly. LOL
     
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    ahhh, I remember the gov brick of cheese too well. sucked when the rest of the food ran out and thats all that was left for a couple weeks. BLAH..
     
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    Don't know, but he gets free medical and perscriptions plus other shit. I call him Poke-A-Anus.
     
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