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Jul 31, 2016 14:06 |  #1

Every year we have our own little summer car shows.
They line all the cars up on main street .

Where I live we have allot of native American Indians and no open container laws .
Which personally it doesn't make any difference , I don't call cops and don't have issues with native American Indians .
And they were not breaking the law anyway, just being a pest .

But from time to time they want to get notices .
They followed me up and down the street and made sure there were in every single frame .
Telling me they wanted to be in my photos.

I didn't engage in conversation with them , because I didn't know what to say besides I don't care to photograph them.
And no you cant see my camera .

I hoped they had fun, because all my photo's had one of them in it and I am going to $hit can the every photo I took .

I do care to be around people who are drunk..... not strangers , and I didn't look close but good chance they were homeless too .

Sometimes I feel like a magnet and cant walk down the street without having some kind of drama .




  
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Jul 31, 2016 14:34 |  #2

farmer1957 wrote in post #18082790 (external link)
Sometimes I feel like a magnet and cant walk down the street without having some kind of drama .

I feel your pain. I'm a hot-chick magnet, and there's all kinds of drama when my wife's with me.


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Jul 31, 2016 23:38 |  #3

LV Moose wrote in post #18082812 (external link)
I feel your pain. I'm a hot-chick magnet, and there's all kinds of drama when my wife's with me.


That's funny.

The Indians , not a big deal , next time I buy a 5th of whisky and bribe them away.




  
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Aug 01, 2016 02:02 |  #4

farmer1957 wrote in post #18082790 (external link)
Every year we have our own little summer car shows.
They line all the cars up on main street .

Where I live we have allot of native American Indians and no open container laws .
Which personally it doesn't make any difference , I don't call cops and don't have issues with native American Indians .
And they were not breaking the law anyway, just being a pest .

But from time to time they want to get notices .
They followed me up and down the street and made sure there were in every single frame .
Telling me they wanted to be in my photos.

I didn't engage in conversation with them , because I didn't know what to say besides I don't care to photograph them.
And no you cant see my camera .

I hoped they had fun, because all my photo's had one of them in it and I am going to $hit can the every photo I took .

I do care to be around people who are drunk..... not strangers , and I didn't look close but good chance they were homeless too .

Sometimes I feel like a magnet and cant walk down the street without having some kind of drama .


Considering that the Native American-Indians are the true indigenous people of North America, how do you expect them to behave after the interlopers have stolen their lands from them.


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Aug 01, 2016 06:26 |  #5

john crossley wrote in post #18083298 (external link)
Considering that the Native American-Indians are the true indigenous people of North America, how do you expect them to behave after the interlopers have stolen their lands from them.

Blaming the behavior of current generations on things that happened to their ancestors, doesn't wash. That applies to other ethnicities as well.


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Aug 03, 2016 12:02 |  #6

john crossley wrote in post #18083298 (external link)
Considering that the Native American-Indians are the true indigenous people of North America, how do you expect them to behave after the interlopers have stolen their lands from them.


I expect them to treat me like they would want to be treated....
Nothing more nothing less.




  
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Aug 03, 2016 13:11 |  #7

john crossley wrote in post #18083298 (external link)
Considering that the Native American-Indians are the true indigenous people of North America, how do you expect them to behave after the interlopers have stolen their lands from them.

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farmer1957 wrote in post #18082790 (external link)
Every year we have our own little summer car shows.
They line all the cars up on main street .

Where I live we have allot of native American Indians and no open container laws .
Which personally it doesn't make any difference , I don't call cops and don't have issues with native American Indians .
And they were not breaking the law anyway, just being a pest .

But from time to time they want to get notices .
They followed me up and down the street and made sure there were in every single frame .
Telling me they wanted to be in my photos.

I didn't engage in conversation with them , because I didn't know what to say besides I don't care to photograph them.
And no you cant see my camera .

I hoped they had fun, because all my photo's had one of them in it and I am going to $hit can the every photo I took .

I do care to be around people who are drunk..... not strangers , and I didn't look close but good chance they were homeless too .

Sometimes I feel like a magnet and cant walk down the street without having some kind of drama .


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