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The Sacremento mountains of southern New Mexico are considered old growth protected habitat for the precious Mexican Spotted Owl. As a result very little logging actually occurs there. In 2002 a fire burned out 16,000 acres of an unlogged area call Curtis Canyon. ALL the trees were burned out. Where will their precious little owls live now?
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Chameleon Nation

gnarol Wrote: May 12, 2012 1:20 AM
I have worked on Indian reservations throughout the lower 48 and Alaska for the past decade and I can tell you that there are Native Americans and there are "Native Americans". The "Native Americans" can be lilly white or jet black or an ifinite number of shades in between. In Oklahoma I met an American Indian of Asian descent who looked like Jackie Chan and spoke with an Okie accent. My head almost exploded. Also, as a "Native New Mexican" I have seen the affirmative action portion of job applications list one category as "White Hispanic". It refers to hispanics of a more Spaniard strain, (some are even red-headed and freckle faced) as opposed to the Mexican variety that are of mixed European and Native American blood. We're all mutts.
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Leftist Race-baiters

gnarol Wrote: May 12, 2012 12:55 AM
Does anyone else find it interesting that the most ardent racists insist on wearing hoods?
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