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  •  My dear brother Wings, my heart hurts with yours. (4+ / 0-)
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    WakeUpNeo, Dave925, Aji, weck

    Black Shouting Water was obviously a man of  great courage, a warrior for your People and for all Indian Peoples. I can see easily why you are so proud of him.

    What else I have to say has already been said between Aji my Nimisenh and undoubtedly through her to you, and is not for here. Our love to you both, our beloved and cherished family members.

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    Why are war casualty counts "American troops" and "others" but never "human beings"?

    by Kitsap River on Wed Jul 04, 2012 at 12:09:00 AM PDT

    •  Chi miigwech and ta'a, Nishime, . . . (2+ / 0-)
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      weck, Kitsap River

      from both of us.

      WRT what you refer to as "not for here," I need to say one thing:  He told me that, at the time, what you as his sister passed along did more for him than anything his blood relations did or said.  He meant that; I could see the change in his face as I passed on your message.  It truly did help, in a very tangible way.

      We love you, sweetie, more than we can say.

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      by Aji on Wed Jul 04, 2012 at 06:33:24 AM PDT

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