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he points you make in this post are excellent. I really find this an interesting topic. There is another guy that writes on this subject, and he does it really well. His name escapes me at the moment though.

Thanks!!

I've left this incredibly bad comment spam up because I find the can't-be-bothered-to-even-copy-and-paste-my-WHOLE-bad-spam-comment thing kinda hilarious. But I did delete the link back to the spammer's social networking site. Don't spam my comments, people. You will be made examples of.

Josh

Replacing "Squaw" with the name of a strong woman, "Piestewa," is just awesome.

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