- Jul 23, 2009
flicker said:I don't really like Danielson nor Garmin team. They can eat what they want but they are so pretentious.
I like to joke to but heres a funny one. This year in Northern Canada in a remote Indian village they radioed that they needed help. I aussume they needed doctors and swine flu vaccine. The villagers were sent a care package of body bags.
The way I hear it in the Dakotas and Canada if you are native american you are treated worse then a piece of cattle. Not the bovines from India.
Joke on Maynard.
The remote communities of Wasagamack and God's River First Nation received a shipment of body bags with hand sanitizer and face masks. These communities had been hit hard by the H1N1 "swine flu" earlier in the year, and at the time there was no vaccine available. In a community of 500 accessible only by plane, you can imagine how quickly a virus can spread. You can also imagine how quickly disease would spread if people died and there were no body bags available. So was it government ignorance, or common sense preparation for a new deadly virus?
As for treating our FN countrymen like cattle, that's a hell of an indictment of our country. I'd try to counter that, but I get the feeling you write without thinking and my efforts would be wasted. Besides, I'd only feed into your hijack of the OP.
Oh yeah, we don't have native Americans in Canada. We have native Canadians.