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    Quote Originally Posted by QuickSilver View Post
    I was hoping this thread was sarcastic.... um j.k.
    Me too lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Julia_75 View Post
    I want to know what percent Native I am so I can claim casino funds and get student loans forgiven.
    Julia lol
    But really student loans are forgiven?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Julia_75 View Post
    I want to know what percent Native I am so I can claim casino funds and get student loans forgiven.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blackpanthershay13 View Post
    Julia lol
    But really student loans are forgiven?
    They actually are lol but I was just being facetious...but hey what's wrong with taking advantage of opportunities that befall you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Julia_75 View Post
    They actually are lol but I was just being facetious...but hey what's wrong with taking advantage of opportunities that befall you?
    Not a bloody thing lol ha
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    In my humble opinion, I think it has much to do with our being social creatures. No matter how well established a person is as an individual, you cannot undo the way we are designed. We are designed to belong to a group. We can create our own groups and become part of fraternal orders, special interest clubs, religious groups, professional organizations, friendship circles or cliques to soothe that yearning for connection and belong. Yet people can change their minds and not fit in anymore, not accept you, or disband altogether.
    But nothing can truly substitute for the belongingness that's built in to us; knowing that before we were even born, we were already connected to a group (family, clan, tribe) and we belonged. I don't care how fashionable it is to be individualistic and independent and to act like "I don't need anybody else to help me be who I am." The old saying is true: No (wo)man is an island. Belonging is important. Always has been. Always will be.

    And another thing, while I'm blabbing:
    Diversity is not Everything! Diversity is literally the spice of life, but it is not the main meal. What kind of healthy would I be if I had a little bit cinnamon for breakfast, some dried basil and garlic for lunch, and a bit of parsley for dinner? Isn't that crazy? I need some substance, the actual meal that these spices enhance.
    Diversity is the seasonings; being among your own people is the substance of the meal.
    Modern American culture wants to get all freaked out because everybody's not mixing and mingling 100% of the time.
    "Oh no! These neighborhoods are not diverse enough!"
    What the hell! These are peoples HOMES you're talking about. Now you mean to tell me that even in our personal lives, it's "wrong" or "non-progressive" to associate with people who remind of us ourselves!

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    @Pyvsi Honey you spoke nothing but the truth and ase to you!

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    i wanna know my ancient ancestry so i can find out how i got all this good hurr all ova mi head!!!! i must be .00000009999 % Messican or some Native American or sumthing! ROTFLMFAO!

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    I know a good portion of mine...and I love who I am. I wouldn't change a thing. I think to each his own, but it really is OK to want to know who yo' people is...and be proud of said people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kathleen1 View Post
    i wanna know my ancient ancestry so i can find out how i got all this good hurr all ova mi head!!!! i must be .00000009999 % Messican or some Native American or sumthing! ROTFLMFAO!

    #youfigureitout!
    LOL cause you know people try to do that smh!

    I just think everyone should have the opportunity to celebrate their nationality/heirtage. If you know and choose not to, that's fine. It's your decision. But personally I hated having to do projects on your family's country of origin because I was such a fraud picking a random country in Africa since I didn't know. If people want to find out so their children will be raised knowing, or just for their peace of mind they should be able to. It doesn't change who you are now but I'm sure it gives you a feeling of being a part of something bigger than just you and your close family.

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