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    The Missionary!

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    A Missionary went to what he thought was an totally uninhabited island. He discovered that there were indeed people there, but the inhabitants of the island knew nothing of civilized culture.
    The missionary decided that it would be in the natives best interest if he could teach them about civilization. He created small schools in huts and taught the natives how to read and write and do mathmetics.
    He would take the natives one by one around the island, and teach them the correct words for objects that they would see. One day, the Missionary is walking around the island with one of the natives.
    They walk past a tree. The Missionary points and says to the native, "Tree".
    The native repeats, "Tree".
    They continue further and come to a bush. The Missionary points to it and says, "Bush".
    The native repeats the word, "Bush".
    They walk around the bush - and lying on the ground behind it, is a native couple whoopi. The more...

    A Native American, who hung an eagle feather from her mortarboard at graduation, won't be getting a diploma.
    Neither will the two African Americans who wore multicolored tribal cloth with their gowns at the Muskogee, OK High School graduation.
    According to the school district in this redneck town immortalized by Merle Haggard, the kids broke the dress code and won't receive their diplomas and transcripts until they complete 25 days of summer school as punishment. The three students are asking the American Civil Liberties Union to help them sue.
    Says Native American Danaj Battese Trudell, "I'm not going to be defined by the white man anymore."
    Based on a story from AP.

    A man goes to an exotic tropical island for a vacation. As the boat nears the
    island, he notices the constant sound of drumming coming from the island. As he
    gets off the boat, he asks the first native he sees how long the drumming will
    go on.
    The native casts about nervously and says, "Very bad when the drumming stops."
    At the end of the day, the drumming is still going on and is starting to get on
    his nerves. So, he asks another native when the drumming will stop.
    The native looks as if he has just been reminded of something very unpleasant.
    "Very bad when the drumming stops," he says, and hurries off.
    After a couple of days with little sleep, our tourist is finally fed up, grabs
    the nearest native, slams him up against a tree, and shouts, "What happens when
    the drumming stops?!"
    The scared native answers, "Bass solo."

    A Missionary went to what he thought was an totally uninhabited island. He discovered that there were indeed people there, but the inhabitants of the island knew nothing of civilized culture.The missionary decided that it would be in the natives best interest if he could teach them about civilization. He created small schools in huts and taught the natives how to read and write and do mathmetics.He would take the natives one by one around the island, and teach them the correct words for objects that they would see. One day, the Missionary is walking around the island with one of the natives.They walk past a tree. The Missionary points and says to the native, "Tree".The native repeats, "Tree".They continue further and come to a bush. The Missionary points to it and says, "Bush".The native repeats the word, "Bush".They walk around the bush - and lying on the ground behind it, is a native couple whoopi. The Missionary hopes that the native won't more...

    An old Native American wanted a loan for $500. He approached his local banker. The banker pulled out the loan application, asking, "What are you going to do with the money?"
    "Take jewelry to city and sell it," said the old man.
    "What have you got for collateral?" queried the banker, going strictly by the book.
    "Don't know of collateral."
    "Well that's something of value that would cover the cost of the loan. Have you got any vehicles?"
    "Yes, I have a 1949 Chevy pickup."
    The banker shook his head, "How about livestock?"
    "Yes, I have a horse."
    "How old is it?"
    "I don't know; it has no teeth."
    Finally the banker decided to make the $500 loan.
    Several weeks later the old man was back in the bank. He pulled out a roll of bills, "Here's the money to pay loan," he said, handing the entire amount including interest.
    "What are you more...

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