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A nice day at park with Alec Bradley cigar that brought for 6 dollars at the muckleshoot casino smoke shop.

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Part 32

5741.(Duo name change.)Rogers and Hammerstein/Rodgers And Hammerstein
Add-On: Do you remember the CBS logo looking different than it does now?(Anything else off?)(Did the C stand for something like Canadian or Central?)
Add-On: Do you remember Louis not being also pronounced like Louie?
Add-On: Do you remember certain gestures in Interview With The Vampire being different?(Do you remember the Ts in Color With Paint not having the left side cut off?)(Anything else off?)(Signourey WeaveSigourney Weaver)(Did the term Neck Beard not exist?)(Baskin-Robins/Baskin-Robbins)(Adams Family/The Addams Family)(Were the letters in The Darkest Minds not connected?)(Michael Jackson didn't die in 2006?)(Creedance Clear Water Revival/Creedence Clearwater Revival)(Mandela Effect YouTubers' video titles changed.)(Lost Boys/The Lost Boys)(Is the pronunciation for New Orleans different?)(Are certain things in American Dad!, The Cleveland Show, Family Guy, Archer, Bob's Burgers, Beavis And Butt-head,(Butt-Head or Buthead?)King Of The Hill, Futurama, The Simpsons, or South Park different?)(Harry Potter Sorcerer's Stone vs. Philosopher's Stone, and is it off?)(Grey's Anatomy title vs. Gray's Anatomy title, and is that off?)(Has the Target logo, Hillary Clinton, Walmart, Apollo 13 quote, Coca-Cola, The Flintstones, and Froot Loops all went back and forth?)(Have the McDonald's logo, or arches changed again, and is there a new 1960's logo?)(Did the Stonehenge restoration never happen, and were the stones naturally the way they are instead of moved?)(Are there more new clouds, and new colored skies?)(Was the D in SunnyD white?)(Do you remember blue skies not being fake since 1944?)(Is Puerto Rico pronounced different?)(Was there not two amygdalae, and was the plural amygdalas?)(FilmakeFilmmaker)(All words like filmmaker are different?)(Has Marriott switched to Marriot, and back?)(Do any Kidde, or Duraflame products look off?)(Is the reggae song John Crow off?)(Have you heard of the mantis shrimp?)(Is learning about Pangaea off now in the way it's taught?)(Were crows not able to mimic human speech?)(Is George Washington on the quarter different, and is the back of the quarter different?)(Alphabets/Alphabits/Alpha-Bits, and is the logo off?))(The Doors vs. Doors album covers, and actual name.)YouTube channels and video that have existed for a while pop up, and videos disappear, reappear, or are duplicated.)(Merciful Fate/Mercyful Fate, and are the song lyrics off?)(Is the Shark Week logo off?)(Is Mexico pronounced different, and did it not go by other names?)(Did Crystal Pepsi become Crystal Clear Pepsi and then back?)(Did Pepsi Max become Pepsi Maxx for a while?)(The Thompson Twins/Thompson Twins)(Was Corey Feldman not friends with Michael Jackson, and did Corey not ever sing?)(Was Corey Feldman dead, and Corey Haim still alive, or were they both alive, or both dead?)(Is the U.S. map different?)(Is the NeEd InPuT channel name off?)(Have you heard of the corpse flower, Honduran white bat, or pink eyed grasshoppers?)(Usual Suspects/The Usual Suspects)(Has Uncle Sam's hat changed again?)(Has the back of the penny, dime, nickel, $1 bill, $5 bill, $10 bill, $20 bill, $50 bill, or $100 bill changed?)(Was Billy 93-94 around 2013-2014 instead of 95-96?)(Does the triple horizontal line notification on certain websites, and the bell icon on Facebook look different?)(Have you heard of a snake with a jack-o'-lantern(Jack-O-Lantern?)pattern on its skin?)(Has the spelling rules for words like Theatre changed again?)(Does the iSpotTV logo, or name look off?)(Has The Last Supper changed again?)(Wile E. Coyote now has yellow eyes.)(The other sunset car logos are off now.)(Is the Imagine music video by John Lennon background off?)(Do you remember Wiley, Willey, Willie, or Willy Coyote?(Was the E initial still in there?))(Were bears not able to walk like humans?)(Do you remember the characters from Codename: Kids Next Door being Numbers instead of Numbahs?)(Rollos/Rollo/Rolo)(Has Mona Lisa's hair changed?)(Do the Is in WildBrain, and P in Curious Pictures look off?)(Did Curious Pictures not go by other names?)(Do you remember the Facebook logo used in the m ad with the capital F having normal letters?)(Did websites such as Facebook, and Twitter use capital letters to start their names?)(Do you remember Thorium not existing?)(Did the word Niblings not exist?)(Do you remember certain quotes, and lyrics saying he's, and I'm instead of he is, and I am?)(Did the colors of the Creation Of Adam change?)(Did the lyrics for Imagine by John Lennon changed?)(Has Johnson & Johnson became Johnson's & Johnson's?)(GlitchInTheMatrix _ now on YT channel.)(Lazlow Zone/The Lazlow Lane)(Did cockroaches not have stomach teeth?)(J. KristopheJ. Kristofer)(Do state name letters on licenses look off?)(Has Smooth Criminal changed back?)(Wimbleton/Wimbledon)(Fantastic Four: Rise Of The Silver Surfer, and Fantastic Four(2015) are new to some people.)
Add-On: Do you remember these things being different or not a thing?(Pictures changing and person was told they look younger.)
Add-On: Do you remember Cream being the only spelling used in the US instead of Crème(Creme?)too?
5742.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember the Checkers game in Mr. Brightside by The Killers being ending differently?
5743.(Music Lyrics change.)"I had a job once."/"I had a job."
Add-On: Do you remember the torch of the Statue Of Liberty not looking pixelated?(Was Pixelate a real word?)
Add-On: Do you remember Owl from Winnie The Pooh not having yellow eyes?(Did Simba, Nala, Mufasa, Scar, Shenzi, Rafiki, Sarabi, Ed, Pumbaa, Sarafini, and Banzai from The Lion King not have yellow eyes?)(Did Vitani, Nuka, Kovu, Zira, and Kiara from The Lion King II: Simba's pride not have yellow eyes?)(Did Kion, Tiifu, Zuri, Wema, Janja, Makuu, Fuli. Pua, Chungu, Cheezi, Mzingo, Jasiri, Ajabu, Makucha, Badili, Nne, Tano, and multiple other characters from The Lion Guard not have yellow, red, or blue eyes?)(Was it just Lion King without a "The" and Lion Guard without a "The"?)
Add-On: Do you remember Tony The Tiger having a different colored scarf?(Did it not say Tony on it?)
Add-On: Do you remember aboriginals not existing as long as they've been now?(Is anything else about Australia's discovery off?)
5744.(Celebrity death that didn't happen.)Do you remember Alan Alda dying?
5745.(T.V. Show name change.)Rasta Rat/Rasta Mouse/Rastarat/Rastamouse(Id the logo off?)
5746.(Cleaning Product name change.)Barkeepers Best Friend/Barkeepers Friend/Bar Keepers Best Friend/Bar Keepers Friend(Was there an apostrophe in Keepers or Barkeepers?)
Add-On: Do you remember Cheetos being more yellow than they are now?
Add-On: Do you remember the Cheshire Cat from Alice In Wonderland not having yellow eyes?(Did the White Rabbit not have red eyes?)
5747.(New species.)Have you heard of the Angelshark?(Angel Shark?)(Did the cookie cutter and thresher sharks not exist?)
5748.(Phantom words.)Do you remember inspecific being a word?
5749.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember people not wearing such blatant illuminati clothing like Obey Propaganda?(Was suchlike not a word?)(Is the Youfit logo off?)
5750.(Movie Quote change.)"Don't show off Draco."/"Don't boast Draco."("Dobby never meant to harm or seriously injure."/“Dobby never meant to kill. Dobby only meant to maim or seriously injure.”)
5751.(Snack name change.)Cheese Nibs/Cheese Nips(Were the letters not touching in any of the logos?)(Was there never a dash?)(Mondelez International/Mondelēz International(Does the logo look off?)
Add-On: Do you remember feet being angled more straight and not curving in?(Was there not a bump on the side of the foot?)(Did all humans walk differently than all apes?)(Anything else off?)
5752.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember Rod Serling smoking in every The Twilight Zone episode?(Do his teeth and eyebrows look off?)(Was it just Twilight Zone?)
Add-On: Do you remember the handles not crossing in the Guns N' Roses(Guns 'N Roses?)logo?(Anything else off?)(Were there not two Ps in the Led Zeppelin name, and logo?)(Anything else off?)(Rubick's Cube/Rubik's Cube(No apostrophe?))(Was there no 1982-1986 restoration of the torch on the Statue Of Liberty?)(Do any of the Lions For Lambs logos look off?)(Do you remember Oreo Double Stuft?)(Were Amelia Earhart's remains not found?)(Did Lisa not have a blue pinkish purple instrument in the earlier seasons that was different in color, and appearance to her current instrument, and is anything else off?)(Boost Mobile commercial, and other companies use modernized font.)(Is the Peridex mouthwash logo off?)(Safety Dance/The Safety Dance, and the mysterious singing girl, and have the lyrics changed again?)(Do the movie logos for Dirty Harry, Magnum Force, The Dead Pool,(Dead Pool?)Sudden Impact, and The Enforcer(Enforcer?)look off?)(Did Mona Lisa have her hands folded in her lap instead of sitting in a chair?)(Old shows use modernized font in intros or outros(Is outro a real word?).)(Has the NFL logo changed in any way, or have any of the other logos changed?)(Do you remember the White Rabbit from Alice In Wonderland being dressed differently?)(Dan Pilkey/Dave Pilkey/Dav Pilkey(Pikley?))(The company that makes Swedish Fish imprints their name on the fish in countries outside of the U.S..)(The Clorox, and Lysol logos are tilted instead of straight across.)(Statue Of Liberty has changed again.)(Black ladybug with red spots.)(Did the Sri Lankan pit viper, Asian vine snake, green tree python in yellow phase, San Francisco garter snake, eyelash viper, banded sea krait, Brazilian rainbow boa, Formosan odd-scaled snake, and the scaleless corn snake,(Did snakes species always have scales?)not exist?)(Did Patrick say, "No, that natural." instead of, "Get in the boat." when he helped Spongebob drive?)(Are the original judges of America's Got Talent different?)(Touch Of Modern logo T has changed, and is anything else off?)(Kit Cat is apparently a name associated with Kit Kat.)(Is the Lion bar logo off?)(The Mona Lisa/Mona Lisa)(ThinkeThe Thinker)(Was 101 Dalmatians never titled One Hundred And One Dalmatians, and is the release date of the movies off?)(John Lennon & The Plastic Ono Band/John Lennon & Plastic Ono Band/John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band)(Many types of fish sold as food in many places have been mislabeled.)(Ireish/Irerish/Irish)(HIPPA became HIPAA, and the words stand for something else.)(Does the JOEtv logo look off?)(Do the Es, and As in Federal Tax Relief look off?)(Do the Us in the Muckleshoot Casino commercials, and logo look of?)(Do any of the lyrics in The Taste Of Ink(Taste Of Ink?)by The Used sound off?)(Swaztika/Swastika, and have the Swastikas in The Great Dictator changed to double crosses, and were they double plus signs for a while?)(Were words such as grateful, thankful, awful, hopeful, and bashful spelled with two Ls?)(Anything else off?)(Aweful/Awful)(Dout/Doubt)(Do you remember almost, always, and also being spelled with two Ls?)(Anything else off?)(An otheAnother)(Reciepe/Receipe/Recipe)(Is the use of neither vs. either different?)(Leonard Skinnard/Lynyrd Skynyrd)(To gatheTogatheTogether)(Has The Thinker changed body position completely?)(Do certain bugs look like real leaves, flowers, and do they blend in well now?)(Moe Williams/Mo Williams/Moe Willems/Mo Willems)(Other spellings?)(Reciept/Receipt)(Did words like away, along, and alone have a space, or dash?)(Does the music in Rollerball from 2002 sound different?)(Jamie Gertz/Jami Gertz)(Other spellings?)(Jason Patrick/Jason Patric)(Other spellings?)(Pokemon/Pokémon, and is the logo off?)'s_Cube'_Roses
Add-On: Do you remember Pinocchio having brown eyes instead of blue?(Pinnochio/Pinocchio)
5753.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember glass making not being as old as 3500 B.C.?
5754.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember communism in China already coming to an end instead of still going on?
5755.(Famous U.S. President name change.)Richard Milhouse Nixon/Richard Milhous Nixon(Other spellings?)
5756.(New species.)Have you heard of the hammerhead worm?(Did hammerhead beetles and lizards not exist?)
5757.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember the music video for She Drives Me Crazy by Fine Young Cannibals(The Fine Young Cannibals?)being different?(Was there no water used at all?)(Were they dressed differently?)(Did they look happier or sing differently?)(Did they dance different?)
5758.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember raining stones not being a thing?
5759.(Event name change.)Live Texas Jam '78/Live Texxas Jam '78(Was Texas never spelled Texxas for any event?)'78
5760.(Video Game name change.)Super Baseball Simulator 3.000/Super Baseball Simulator 2.000/Super Baseball Simulator 1.000(Was there a comma instead of a period or nothing at all?)
5761.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember natural pink chocolate not being a thing?
5762.(Song name change.)Unforgiven/The Unforgiven(The Uninvited/Uninvited)
Add-On: Do you remember the Seven Dwarfs not having blue eyes and blue glasses?
5763.(Music Lyrics change.)"Because the night belongs to lovers."/"Because the night belongs to lover."
5764.(Music Lyrics change.)"Born and raised in South Detroit."/"Born and raised in South Detroi."/"Born and raised in South Detrol."(Was the show of the same named Don't Stop Believing?)
5765.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember there not being a barcode on the dashboard by the windshield of most automobiles?
5766.(Movie Quote change.)"Rug pissers."/"Carpet pissers."(Do you remember the car alarm going off in the one scene?)
5767.(Rock Band name change.)Offspring/The Offspring(Does any of their music or logos look off?)
5768.(Music Lyrics change.)"This bird you cannot change."/"The bird you cannot change."(Surfing Bird/Surfin Bird/Surfin' Bird)
5769.(Music Lyrics change.)"My lonely days are gone."/"My lonely days are good."
5770.(Music Lyrics change.)"Hungry like a wolf."/"Hungry like the wolf."(Song title changed too.)(Was there the sound of a woman moaning or yelling at the end of the song?)
5771.(Music Lyrics change.)"And take it easy."/"So take it easy."(Ing to In' lyrics.)(Other songs I've mentioned in the past.)(Any of the other lyrics off?)
5772.(Music Lyrics change.)"Well mamma told me."/"Mamma told me."(Has their band logo changed again?)("Yeah."/"Yea.")("All I want from you."/"All I want for you.')
5773.(Music Lyrics change.)"Gimme three steps towards the door?"/"Gimme three towards your door?"(Give me?)(Toward?)(Men With Hats/Men Without Hands)
5774.(Celebrity death that didn't happen.)Do you remember Perry Saturn dying?(Did Jimmy Carter dying?)
5775.(Music Lyrics change.)"Like the latest fashion."/"Like a latest fashion."("By the time you hear the sirens."/"By the time you hear the siren.")(Them?)(Ing to In' lyrics.)(Does the music video for Pure Massacre by Silverchair(Silver Chair?)look or sound off to you?)(Cruising California (Bumping In My Truck)/Cruising California (Bumpin' In My Truck)(Are the lyrics off for Cruising California (Bumpin' In My Truck)?)
5776.(Music Lyrics change.)"Well I'm standing next to the mountain."/"Girl I stand up next to a mountain."(Was it something else?)(Ing to In' lyrics.)(Jimi Hendrix Experience/The Jimi Hendrix Experience)
5777.(Logo change.)Do you remember the dash being straight in Tone-Loc for Funky Cold Medina?(Was there no line above the Oin Tone Loc?)(Anything else off about the song logo?)
5778.(Theme Song Lyrics change.)"I have a feeling."/"I got a feeling."("The Sun in the sky has a smile on its face."/"The Sun in the sky has a smile on his face.")("Its shining a salute."/"He's shining a salute.")("It's well to say."/"It's swell to say.)(I've?)
5779.(Music Lyrics change.)"Just like a prayer."/"Just like the prayer."(Has it switched back?)("Just like a dream."/"Just like the dream.")
5780.(Music Lyrics change.)"We are living in a material world."/"We are living in the material world."("Everybody's living in a material world."/"Everybody's living in the material world.")(Any of the other lyrics off?)(Cindy LaupeCyndi Lauper)
5781.(Music Lyrics change.)"And you can dance for inspiration."/"And you could dance for inspiration."
5782.(Music Lyrics change.)"She's buried right in my backyard."/"She's buried right in my backya."
5783.(Music Lyrics change.)"Teacher don't you feel me up with your rule."/"Don't you feel me up with your rules."(Ing to In' lyrics and song title.)(Boys?)
5784.(Music Lyrics change.)"Why is my ding ding burning like this?"/"Why is my thing thing burning like this?"(Any of the other lyrics or is there song title off?)
5785.(Music Lyrics change.)"And the good girls are home with broken hearts."/"And the good girls err home with broken hearts."(Ing to In' lyrics and song title.)
5786.(Music Lyrics change.)"I woke up in between a memory and a dream."/"I woke up in between the memory and a dream."(Ing to In' lyrics.)
5787.(Famous Singer name change.)Nikki Syxx/Nikki Sixx(Other spellings?)
5788.(Music Lyrics change.)"And coming down."/"Coming down."("Beat you down and break your heart and steal your crown."/"Beat you down, break your heart, steal your crown.")
5789.(Music Lyrics change.)"The levee's going to break."/"Levee's going to break."(Was the first verse like the others?)(Levy/Levee)("Friends will do you no good."/"Praying will do you no good.")(Was levee spelled levy in all places it was used?)
5790.(Music Lyrics change.)"For such a pleasant stay."/"Such a pleasant stay."
5791.(Music Lyrics change.)"For the misty mountain."/"For the misty mountains."(Ing to In' lyrics.)
5792.(Music Lyrics change.)"Greta Garbo, Marilyn Monroe."/Greta Garbo and Monroe."
5793.(Music Lyrics change.)"I live for my dreams."/"I live for my dream."(Was Pocketful always Pocket Full in all places it was used?)
5794.(Music Lyrics change.)"You're on my mind."/"On my mind."
5795.(Music Lyrics change.)"That I decided to fly on the inside."/"That I decided to fly from the insow."(Shine Down/Shinedown)
5796.(Music Lyrics change.)"Yesterday's got nothing for me."/Yesterday got nothing for me."(Ing to In' lyrics.)(Did Axl Rose change to Axel Rose and back for you?)
5797.(Music Lyrics change.)"Caught on a one-way street."/"Caught on a one-way streets."
5798.(Music Lyrics change.)"I got a glass-jawed toothache."/"You got a glass-jawed toothache."(I've or You've?)(Was there no dash?)(Was it Jaw?)(Ing to In' lyrics.)(Any of the other lyrics off?)
5799.(Music Lyrics change.)"You had cum on your mind."/"You had cunt on your mind."
5800.(Music Lyrics change.)"Send me money now."/"Send you money now."(Was it Mom, Ma, Pa, or Pap?)(Was it Sent?)
5801.(Music Lyrics change.)"Trying to hold on, but you didn't even know."/"Trying to hold on t didn't even know."(Ing to In' lyrics.)
5802.(T.V. Show Quote change.)"You never know who or what is gonna come through that door."/"You never know who or what's gonna come through that door."/"You never know what's gonna come through that door."/"You never know what is gonna come through that door."
5803.(Music Lyrics change.)"Summer breeze makes me feel fine."/"Summer breeze makes me feel five."(Ing to In' lyrics.)
5804.(Music Lyrics change.)"When I look into your eyes, I can see the love restrained."/"When I look into your eyes, I can see your love restrained."/"When I look into your eyes, I can see a love restrained."(Restrain?)(Ing to In' lyrics.)
5805.(Music Lyrics change.)"Baby maybe someday."/"Baby baby someday."
5806.(Music Lyrics change.)"Face of an angel with the love of a witch."/"Face of an angel with the love of a win."
5807.(Music Lyrics change.)"We live and hope to see the next day."/"You live and hope to see the next day."(Dust And Bones/Dust & Bones/Dust N Bones/Dust 'N Bones/Dust N' Bones)
5808.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember there being a growl at the very beginning of Bad Obsession by Guns N' Roses?(Ing to In' lyrics.)
5809.(Music Lyrics change.)"Found a head and an arm in a garbage can."/"Found a head and an arm in the garbage can."(Ing to In' lyrics and song title.)
5810.(Music Lyrics change.)"Put your pen to the paper."/"Put the pen to the paper."(Ing to In' lyrics.)
5811.(Music Lyrics change.)"The hand that feeds."/"The hand that feed."(And instead of N or An'?)(Ing to In' lyrics.)
5812.(Music Lyrics change.)"Out on the streets all alone."/"Down to the street alone."/"Down on the street alone."(Ing to In' lyrics and song title.)
5813.(History change.)Do you remember Nancy Kerrigan's knee actually breaking instead of just getting bruised in the 1994 incident?(Was she not able to compete?)(Was Tonya Harding's boyfriend or manager the cause and not her ex?)(Was she not able to compete?)(Did she get caught right away?)
5814.(Music Lyrics change.)"Reap the dark within."/"Reproductive glands."("And he likes to shoot his guns."/"And he likes to shoot his gun.")
5815.(Music Lyrics change.)"Let me take a ride. Don't cut yourself."/"Let me take a ride. Cut yourself."(Is the Unplugged version off?)
5816.(Music Lyrics change.)"It's nothing new to you."/"Snothing new to you."(Ing to In' lyrics.)
5817.(Music Lyrics change.)"You ask your mom please but she still says no."/"You ask your mom please but she still said no."
5818.(Spider name change.)Black Widdow/Black Widow(Widdow/Widow)(All uses of the word Widow.)(WiddowmakeWidowmaker)(WiddoweWidower)(Was Widow used for both a man and a woman?)(Do you remember black widows biting three times instead of one or a different number and were there bites more dangerous?)(Did false black widows and brown widows not exist?)
5819.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember the Neuralyzer in Men In Black being white instead of silver?(Was it a different color?)(Was the light a different color?)(Was it not also spelled Neuralizer?)
5820.(Music Lyrics change.)"I can't get no satisfaction."/"I can get no satisfaction."(Did it sound like "Can't" through the whole song?)
5821.(Commercial Lyrics change.)"Everybody does it like something."/"Everybody doesn't like something."
5822.(Music Lyrics change.)"Billions shift from side to side."/"The billions shift from side to side."(Ing to In' lyrics.)(Was it spelled Axle Rose for you?)
5823.(Song Title change.)Wearing That Loved On Look/Wearin' That Loved On Look(Ing to In' lyrics and song title.)(Was Elvis not a natural blonde?)
5824.(Music Lyrics change.)"Money, get away."/"Money, to get away."("Money, so they say, is the root of all evil today."/"Money, so they say, is a root of all evil today.")
5825.(Music Lyrics change.)"We dance like marionettes."/"We dance like the marionettes."
5826.(Music Lyrics change.)"I realized life was a game."/"I realize life was a game."("As you read this."/"As you read.")(Does the song sound different?)(A Tout Le Monde/À Tout Le Monde)
5827.(Music Lyrics change.)"Prophesied last rites, loved to death, magnetic."/"Prophesied last rites, loved to death, my friends."(Are any of the lyrics spelled wrong?)(Prophesized/Prophesised/Prophesied)(Last Rites/Loved To Death/Last Rites/Loved To Deth)(Are the words in the song title off?)
5828.(Music Lyrics change.)"I shed a tear."/"Shed a tear."(Ing to In' lyrics.)
5829.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember bottled water not being sold as early as the 1760's?
5830.(Music Lyrics change.)"You trade your passion for glory."/"You change your passion for glory."(The Eye Of The TigeEye Of The Tiger)
5831.(Music Lyrics change.)"Sockets of my eyes."/"Socket of my eye."(Other lyrics?)
5832.(Famous Time Traveler name change.)John TittoJohn Titor(Was everyone with this name also named Tittor?)
5833.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember these things being different, or not a thing?(Statue Of Liberty height change, Creation Of Adam,(The Creation Of Adam?)Gulper catfish, desert crocodiles, crocodile bubbles, humans can see infrared, devo no longer wore toilet seats and wore something more like spud collars and other things have changed, shock therapy for back pain, gobi bear, Mount Rushmore, sheep you can pull wool off of, bryozoans, dust storms, dolphins have two stomachs, boxer crab pom poms, narwhal tusks are actually teeth and sea lice live on them.)(Video below.)
5834.(Famous Actress name change.)Natasha Kinski/Nastassja Kinski(Other spellings?)
5835.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember people with Parkinson's Disease not having hallucinations?)
5836.(Movie name change.)Room 1408/1408(Book too.)
5837.(Food Company name change.)McCain's/McCains/McCain(Is the logo off?)
5838.(Phantom quote.)Do you remember Neville Chamberlain saying, "I have in my hand a piece of paper." and, "Peace of our time." after signing the Declaration Of Peace with Hitler?
5839.(Toy name change.)Skip It/Skip-It(Do any of the logos look off?)(Did the other logos have, or not have dashes?)(Anything else off about all of this?)
5840.(Real Life Quote change.)"The British are coming!"/"The Redcoats(Red-Coats or Red Coats?)are coming!"/"The regulars are coming out."(Did he say the quote loudly instead of being secret, and is anything else about the quote, or anything else off?)
5841.(Music Lyrics change.)"I'm saying all the things that I know you'll like."/"You're saying all the things that I know you'll like."(Is it the first one, the second one, or both?)(Is the phenomenon that causes this off?)
5842.(Music Lyrics change.)"She said don't hand me no lines and keep your hands to yourself."/"She said don't gimme(Give me?)no lines and keep your hands to yourself."(Is it the first one, the second one, or both?)
5843.(Music Lyrics change.)"Funny how I find myself in love with you."/"Funny how I found myself in love with you."(Is it the first one, the second one, or both?)
5844.(Real Life Quote change.)"Badda boom, badda bing."/"Badda bing, badda boom."(Was there dashes, or no dashes?)(Was there a comma, or no comma?)
5845.(T.V. Show Quote change.)"Say goodnight Gracie." "Goodnight Gracie."/"Say goodnight Gracie." "Goodnight."/"Say goodnight." "Goodnight."(It's the second one sometimes.)(Anything else off?)(Did their show not go by other names?)(Did The George Burns Show not happen as in the one that came after this show?)
5846.(Chocolate name change.)Uno/UNo/U-No(Is the dash, or the rest of the logo off?)
5847.(Chocolate name change.)Ice Cube/Ice Cubes(Does the Moritz logo look off?)
5848.(Chocolate name change.)Mellow Cup/Mello Cup/Mallow Cup/Mallo Cup(Is the Boyer logo off?)
5849.(Candy Logo change.)Do you remember the Bit-O-Honey logo being more aligned and going straight across?(Were there dashes instead of periods?)(Do any of the letters look off?)
5850.(Famous Talk Show Host name change.)Sally Jessie Raphael/Sally Jessy Raphael(Other spellings?)(Was her show always known as The Sally Jessy Raphael Show?)
5851.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember the boys from Thailand that were involved in the cave rescue being found already?
5852.(Spelling change.)DefibulatoDefibrillator(Other spellings?)
5853.(Spelling change.)Window Seal/Window Sill(Was it always one word, and never spelled with a dash, or a space?)
5854.(Spelling change.)Laundrymat/Laundromat(Were they not also known as Launderettes, Laundrettes, and Washaterias?)
5855.(Spelling change.)Counterfit/Counterfeit
5856.(Famous Talk Show Host name change.)Ellen Degeneres/Ellen DeGeneres(Were shiws simply known as Ellen and were they known as The Ellen DeGeneres Show?)
5857.(Snake name change.)GardneGarter
5858.(Spelling change.)Limosine/Limousine(Were they always really long vehicles?)
5859.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember concrete airplane arrows not being a thing?(Anything else surrounding them off?)
5860.(Supergroup name change.)Crosby, Stills & Nash/Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young(Was "supergroup" always "super-group"?)(Did they not form other smaller groups together?),_Stills,_Nash_%26_Young
5861.(Music Lyrics change.)"Left her in the sand."/"Left her in that sand."
5862.(Music Lyrics change.)"In my eyes. Indisposed."/"In my eyes. Indispose."
5863.(Music Lyrics change.)"The only one you will ever need."/"The only one you would ever need."/"The only one you could ever need."(Ing to In" lyrics.)(Thr Lamb Of God/Lamb Of God)
5864.(Fictional Character appearance change.)Do you remember Beast(The Beast?)from Beauty And The Beast(The Beauty And The Beast?)having brown eyes?
5865.(Famous Race Car Driver name change.)Danica KirkPatrick/Danica Kirkpatrick/Danica Patrick(Other spellings?)(Does she look different now?)
5866.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember there not being audio, or any talking in Charlie Chaplin's movies?(Do any pictures of him look off?)
5867.(Movie City name change)Santa Clara/Santa Carla(Was Santa Carla based on Santa Clara, and not Santa Cruz?)
5868.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember Laverne, and Shirley from Laverne & Shirley always wearing their first initials on their shirts?)(Gary Williams/Garry Williams)(Laverne Defazio/Laverne DeFazio)(Does the &, or anything else about the logo seem off to you?)(Was the show not also known as Laverne DeFazio & Shirley Feeney?)
5869.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember there not being hidden temples in Mexico?(Were there not hidden temples in other places?)
5870.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember mosquitoes not using six needles to bite?(Were their bites not as bad as they are now?)
5871.(Song Title change.)The Sounds Of Silence/The Sound Of Silence(Other names?)(We've Got A Groovy Thing Going/We've Got A Groovy Thing Goin')(Sounds Of Silence, or Sound Of Silence?)(Anything else off?)
5872.(Can't think of a title.)Do you remember Despair not existing?(Did Anxiety not exist?)(Any of his other paintings off?)(Edward Grieg/Edvard Grieg)
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Cigar Lounge in Muckleshoot Casino (Auburn,WA)

Has anyone been to the cigar lounge in the Muckleshoot Casino, located in Auburn, WA? It is middle of the road for me and one of my friends that just moved to the area, so we were thinking about trying it out.
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Vendors Enter here for more information on Washington States first Vape Festival

If you would like be a part of the NW Vape Festival August 23rd at the Muckleshoot Casino in Auburn, Washington and need a booth or if you would like to participate but cant make it and would like to contribute to the juice exchange please PM me and I can get you all the information.
August 24th we will be doing the Juice Exchange as well as having a few raffles as well as a BBQ and hang out at the Spanaway Park in Spanaway, Washington.
For more information please see Main Event and Here
Any and all proceeds that are being collected after paying the bills n such will be going to those who help us fight the good fight.
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Muckleshoot Casino casino will be the first in the U.S. to deploy a new smartphone gambling app that uses real money.

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What bars are open during the lockdown?

I, and many others, are looking for establishments following the state mandated guidelines of socially distanced outdoor seating. Inslee decreed they can stay open and I am not bothering trying to convince you to come out if you don't want to.
Ballard, Capitol Hill, Downtown, and Pioneer Square seem desolate so I went down to the Muckleshoot and also did some poking around... with a designated driver.
I haven't gone north, east, or west; so please list out more if you know of any. Again, only looking for legitimately open spots. Especially curious about the Fremont Dock and The Twilight Exit since they have good sized patios.
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Washington tribes find new energy to vote in 2020 election, pour campaign cash into races
By Lynda V. Mapes and Jim Brunner
LUMMI NATION — Freddie Lane gathered up T-shirts, posters and signs at the tribal administration building, getting ready for a Native Vote 2020 rally, planned for later this month at Lummi and reservations across the state.
All over the get-out-the-vote swag was the image of a woman, stoic and resolute.
She is “Lummi Woman,” as the haunting photo made by Edward Curtis in 1899 is called. She was photographed in the midst of historic change after her people in 1855 signed a treaty with the United States, ceding vast swaths of their land. Yet the nation’s first people were the last to receive citizenship, under the Snyder Act passed by Congress in 1924. And it wasn’t until 1962 that every state in the nation secured the right to vote for Native people.
Today Lummi Woman’s descendants, in part to honor their ancestors and protect all that their elders reserved for them in the treaties, are rallying to get out the vote and be heard in the 2020 election.
Tribal leaders see everything at stake, from their way of life to their treaty rights, in the election between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden.
Trump has signed some bills important to Native Americans, including compensation to the Spokane people for loss of their lands in the mid-1900s, and reauthorization of funding Native language programs. And he did not block federal recognition of the Little Shell Tribe of the Chippewa Indians in Montana.
But the bigger picture is bleak from a Native perspective.
Among their concerns, Trump has downplayed the threat of a pandemic that is ravaging some tribal nations. And he has ignored the scientific evidence for climate change, even as rising sea levels are causing havoc for coastal tribes like the Hoh and as intensifying wildfires are repeatedly roasting thousands of acres of the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Indian Reservation in Eastern Washington.
The administration’s environmental policies have been particularly offensive to tribes that rely on natural resources for their economies and cultural practices. The Trump Administration has even rolled back clean water regulations in Washington intended to protect the purity of foods that are critical to tribes, including salmon.
Every election is important. But to Native people, this election feels more like a matter of survival.
“This is for the sake of our ancestors who fought to protect us,” said Candice Wilson, former vice chair of the Lummi business council and active in the get-out-the-vote campaign. “We have the responsibility to do the same, or what will our grandchildren have? The strength of our ancestors is what makes us strong today. This is about the future.”
Tribes have already put millions of dollars of contributions into the election, according to a Times analysis of state and federal records of campaign spending. Voter registration and voter turnout also are at the heart of tribes’ election strategy.
“It’s critical,” said Lane, who last week was helping to organize the Lummi Native Vote 2020 rally, taking place Oct. 20.
Teresa Taylor, interim economic development director for the Lummi Nation, knows better than most the importance of voter turnout. She lost her reelection to the Ferndale City Council last year on a coin toss after a tie vote failed to decide the contest. “I can tell you, every vote counts,” she said, while at a planning meeting for the rally.
While they run their own governments and nations, tribes care deeply about the partners they govern with, from city councils and utility boards to school boards, judges, members of the state Legislature, and of course the governor and members of Congress and president of the United States.
That is because exercise of tribal sovereignty and even the most fundamental aspects of protecting and continuing their way of life depends on productive government-to-government relationships at every level, said Nikki Finkbonner, interim general manager for the Lummi Nation.
So much comes down to good governance with partners that honor tribal treaties and cultural imperatives, she explained, from protection of cultural resources and sacred sites, to federal funding for tribal education and housing, health care programs, and protecting natural resources and treaty rights.
“This election means so much for us right now,” said Rodney Cawston, chairman of the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Indian Reservation. “I don’t know how we are going to survive another four years if things don’t change.”

Tribes rally with new energy

Not since the campaign by the late GOP Sen. Slade Gorton, infamous in Indian Country for fighting treaty-protected fishing rights all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court, have tribes been so energized by a federal election.
“We have 574 federally recognized tribes in the U.S., and 500 who knew who Slade Gorton was,” remembered Julie Johnson, chair of the Native American Caucus for the Washington State Democrats. “All these tribes would say, ‘What are you going to do about him?’”
Plenty, it turned out. In his faceoff with challenger Maria Cantwell in 2000, tribes were regarded as the deciding edge in the tightest U.S. Senate race in Washington history.
Today, Johnson, 78, has been helping to lead a Native voter registration drive and voter turnout effort across the region. Over her lifetime she has seen a big change in Indian political activism, Johnson said, from days of apathy and even being afraid to participate in politics off the reservation.
“A lot of our people wouldn’t register to vote, and I understood that. For years I remember non-Indians shooting bullets into (Indian fishing) boats,” said Johnson, a Lummi tribal member, living in Neah Bay. “I understand why our Native people don’t register.”
But she, and others, also have been bound and determined to change that. “It is good and positive to see our people sitting behind those desks in Olympia and in Washington, D.C.
“We have really increased the Native vote, and it is very powerful, even our people don’t realize how powerful it is, we are getting so many more people involved.”

Tribes bring casino cash to campaigns

For so long they were disenfranchised in their own land, and once too poor to take care of their own people, let alone heft campaign clout.
But today tribes in Washington are active participants in politics. Some tribes with larger casinos also have become important players in funding campaigns.
Since 2016, Washington-based tribes have donated more than $3 million to candidates for federal and state offices in Washington, according to contribution data maintained by the National Institute on Money in Politics ( Of that, nearly $2.5 million went to Democrats, not including donations to political committees such as the Democratic National Committee or state parties.
This year alone, Washington tribes have donated more than $1.3 million to candidates and political committees for state and local offices, according to a Seattle Times analysis of contribution data filed with the state Public Disclosure Commission (PDC). The Muckleshoots and Puyallups led the way, accounting for nearly half that total.
The tribal political giving skews overwhelmingly to Democrats in a state where the party has largely held the reins of power for decades. But the biggest-spending tribes also spread the money around, donating to Republican incumbents in the state Legislature.
So far in 2020, the Muckleshoot Tribe has donated roughly $212,000 to Democratic candidates and committees in state and local races, compared with about $123,000 to Republicans. The Puyallup Tribe has given nearly $240,000 to Democrats, and about $70,000 to Republicans.
The largest donations have gone to party political committees, which can accept unlimited donations.
The Puyallup Tribe on Sept. 30 donated $100,000 to the state Democratic Party. The Muckleshoot Tribe in July donated $100,000 to a pair of political committees — the Harry Truman and Kennedy funds — dedicated to maintaining Democratic majorities in the state House and Senate.
The Muckleshoot Tribe in August donated $35,000 to the Reagan Fund, which works to elect Republicans to the state House. A month earlier, the tribe gave $40,000 to the Leadership Council, the committee associated with state Senate Republicans.
Some tribes also are leading contributors in Washington to federal campaign coffers.
The Puyallup Tribe is in a class by itself for campaign contributions so far on federal campaigns this year since January 2019, with more than $2.2 million spent, far and away more than any other Washington tribe, according to data from the Federal Election Commission reports of contributions for 2019-20.
That includes the top six biggest contributions from Washington to the Democratic National Committee, totaling $639,000 since September 2019.
While most contributions from the Puyallup Tribe were for Democratic candidates and committees, the tribe also gave repeatedly to GOP House members Dan Newhouse, of Sunnyside, and Cathy McMorris Rodgers, of Spokane, as well as $35,500 to the National Republican Senatorial Committee.
The tribe declined to discuss its campaign contributions, spokesperson Michael Thompson said.

Worry pandemic could suppress vote

It’s not an easy year for political activism, with the risk of coronavirus infection stalking reservations. That has shut down the in-person gatherings so central in Native life and in political campaigns. Some tribal leaders fear the pandemic also will suppress turnout, particularly in rural reservations where voting means leaving the house to drive distances to drop off a ballot.
“We have people refusing to go out; how do we get them to take a ballot to be mailed? This pandemic is going to take us back 10 years in terms of voting,” said Norma Sanchez, a member of the tribal business council for the Colville tribes, whose reservation sprawls across more than 1,500 square miles of rural, north central Washington.
To get out the vote the tribe handed out voter information and registration forms during food bank drive-thrus, said Karen Condon, another member of the business council. “I have been talking to people and encouraging them to vote and to register to vote.”
Just getting a ballot drop box outside the tribal administration building was a breakthrough for this tribe, Condon said, where for so many years too many have not registered to vote, and many today still don’t see why it matters.
But that has to change this year, said Cawston, the Colville tribal chairman. His people are reeling from damage over the past four years.
“It has been a challenge, every facet of our life has been touched and not in a good way. We are just so much under attack, we don’t know where to go, or where to turn any more,” Cawston said.
“We are just constantly facing a losing battle here, it is almost fearful for us to face the next four years and what could happen.”
Lynda V. Mapes: 206-464-2515 or [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]); on Twitter: @LyndaVMapes. Lynda specializes in coverage of the environment, natural history, and Native American tribes.Jim Brunner: 206-515-5628 or [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]); on Twitter: @Jim_Brunner. Seattle Times political reporter Jim Brunner covers state, local and regional politics.
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Destination: Auburn

Slayer made an album called South of Heaven. Washington incorporated a city called South of Kent.
But most of you know it as Auburn.
Auburn can be reached by highway 18, which once boasted the title of most dangerous highway in the United States. That means those that lived made it to Auburn and developed a city. Like Mad Max.
And look no further than the burn pit at the Fireworks stand for the Thunderdome. Every year around The Fourth of July, people from all over the Puget Sound visit the Muckleshoot reservation to buy fireworks. I am told this is 70% of the Auburn economy. The other 30% comes from the trauma unit at the hospital.
In most Washington cities, fireworks are illegal. Or, rather, the caliber of fireworks found at Muckleshoot are illegal. For 20 dollars, you can purchase the amount of gun powder used throughout the entire Civil War all wrapped up in a cardboard burrito and ready to blow your hand or hands off.
From Whistling Petes to tennis balls full of gun powder, you are given a dirt lot to light off just about anything and just go nuts. Typically, "just go nuts" and tons of explosives are frowned upon in societies outside the Middle East. But in Auburn, it's encouraged. Fingers, limbs, and heads are blown off every year in order to elect a mayor last-man-standing style.
But The Fourth of July is only once a year, so you'll need to go beyond Beyond Thunderdome for the equivalent outside of July: gambling.
If you think losing your thumb and nose to a mortar rocket is painful, try losing your life savings to a slot machine based on a television show. Muckleshoot casino can offer you this. Price is Right, Wheel of Fortune, Star Wars - they all have slot machines aimed to make you think gambling is entertainment. And let me tell you something: if you win 300 dollars, then lose 400, then win 100, then lose 1000, then win 100 you are being entertained: through math.
Speaking of entertainment, Auburn is also home to Green River Community College: Home of the Whopper. You can get an AA, one menu item, and a soft drink for a student loan you'll have well into your AARP days. Keep telling yourself "I'm transferring to the U next quarter" as you take bong hits out of the potato gun you made last semester in Modern Art 101. Check out their Running Start program where you pay 500 dollars a quarter to intern at Taco Bell.
If you're like me, you like to kick back and watch a concert - what better venue than The White River Amphitheater. White River is becoming the go-to for top acts from music to comedy. You would think this would generate city sized crowds and you'd be right. You'd also think they'd have more than a one way dirt road in and out of the amphitheater - they don't. Let me tell you something: if you're going to see a concert at White River, you're essentially camping. Now you may choose to camp outside the theater in someone's yard or you can camp for seven hours in traffic on the road leading to Highway 18, either way you're camping. But let's talk about lifestyles - what can Auburn offer you? Well, your cousin for starters. Do you want seconds? Auburn has a Waltons in Compton way of life that is rivaled by no other. Let's say you want to join a street gang, but you still love country music - Auburn has you covered. And boy do they: at any time in Auburn there's a 90% chance there is a gun drawn on you. This could be a gangbanger, survivalist, cop, hunter, teacher, doctor, priest, or an anti-gun protester driven to the final edge.
In addition to wild west shootings, Auburn has an array of local fast food joints. These aren't just your everyday McDonalds or Burger Kings, these are independent burger joints that serve a great meal at a reasonable price. Just don't expect fancy city things like licenses or food handling permits.
Auburn is also the home of Washington National golf course, which is home to the UW men's and women's golf teams. So, you can see how that college thing comes full circle.
All in all, you couldn't find a better city to find yourself out of a job, divorced, and wiping with a flannel shirt in an Applebee's bathroom at 1 AM because they're out of toilet paper again.
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Seattle Cash Games? Any PLO?

Hey guys,
I’m gonna be visiting Seattle for the next few days & I was wondering where the best cash games are? How many casinos are there? From my research, it looks like Tulalip & Muckleshoot is where the most action is, but this info was from a few years back & maybe it’s changed some. I also prefer to play PLO so I would love it if there were some PLO games to play, or any variation of Omaha. The higher the stakes the better (within reason). My normal stakes are 10/25 PLO, are there any games like that around Seattle? Thanks in advance for any info!
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The best casino around Seattle?

Decided to waste some money this long weekend. In terms of service and games, what is the best casino around Seattle? Tulalip, Snoqualmie, Muckleshoot? I've been to Clearwater, Tualip, and Emerald Queen years ago.. And Goldie's to play some poker.. but wasn't sure if there was a better casino in the area. We primary are on slots or roulette but will play other games if we're feeling it.
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Anyone familiar with Time Zombies from VRStudios?

Hey guys,
So I'm driving to run some errands and I hear on the radio there is a virtual reality tournament happening at a local casino. The game they're playing is called 'Time Zombies' and there's a big cash prize for the highest scores.
I thought this could be easy money as I own a rift and figured I could download time zombies beforehand, figure it out, then swoop in and scoop up the prize. I was surprised to find that time zombies is a proprietary game on its own platform. Check out this and this.
I'm wondering if anyone has experience with this game and could let me know what the best way for me to beat this thing is? It's looking like the highscore is ~4,000.
Thanks a ton!
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Anyone know anything about VRStudio's Time Zombies?

Hey guys,
So I'm driving to run some errands and I hear on the radio there is a virtual reality tournament happening at a local casino. The game they're playing is called 'Time Zombies' and there's a big cash prize for the highest scores.
I thought this could be easy money as I own a rift and figured I could download time zombies beforehand, figure it out, then swoop in and scoop up the prize. I was surprised to find that time zombies is a proprietary game on its own platform. Check out this and this.
I'm wondering if anyone has experience with this game and could let me know what the best way for me to beat this thing is? It's looking like the highscore is ~4,000.
Thanks a ton!
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Couple questions regarding texas holdem

I am by no means a beginner. currently 23 years old and started playing texas holdem since i was 12. played online at 16 starting no limit 1cent/2cent with a $10 deposit and stuck with only 1cent/2cent my goal was to just have fun not make money so i didnt move up in stakes. (whats the correct term here? stakes right? or level?)
When i was 14 i read couple books on poker. however, this was when i used to live in alaska, where online poker was legal. i live in WA ever since i was 18 and i cant play online, so i quit poker. i was also overwhelmed by all the terms regarding live poker (looking at casinos websites) but now i am starting to look for places to play, obviously live though since i cant play online (graduating soon so have time to play again)
although i may not be "new" i am very lacking in terms and only know the basics, and odds. and never played live cash games (other than with friends at home games)
while going through this subreddit, i am hearing the term "spread". like on this thread
one guy says
Tulalip - 1/3 $200 max buy in. 3/5 also always available and 5/10 sometimes running. They also have PLO games Muckleshoot - 3/5 spread, and 4/8 limit. Sometimes they have a 4/8 Omaha hi lo and a couple other games Snoqualmie - 3/5 $300 max. Sometimes a 4/8 limit and a 5/10 spread
Pretty new to live poker but have been making a decent chunk of change off of a 2-100 spread in Minnesota.
so what does the spread mean? like 3/5 spread. and when it says "1/3 $200 max buy in" that means small blind $1 and big blind $3 correct?
EDIT: example of what i mean by getting overwhelmed by casino schedule
i mean what is all that?? dont you just walk in and play some live cash games??
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Any casinos near me where i can play some poker?

I live in Lynnwood washington. all the "good" casinos (tuliap and muckleshoot) in washington are way to far from me and not worth the trip imo. are there any places that are near me?
if not, how can i find some decent areas to play?
(looking for NLHE, and yes, i know it has to be a spread capped bet in WA)
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[Table] IamA Native American woman on a full ride scholarship to become an attorney for my tribe; AMA!

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Date: 2013-11-29
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I spent a bit of time amongst the natives in British Columbia. I quickly discovered most Canadians are quite upset with all of the things the native peoples receive from the government and how much of it seems to go to waste. I've seen firsthand many problems with alcoholism and other problems. My question is, how do you think these problems can be overcome? Does the government have a role in fixing First Nations problems? Our tribe doesn't receive any money or resources from the government unless there's a settlement on something. All of our money comes from the casino and other enterprises; however, tribal members get per capitas and have access to many resources from that money. And sometimes, people take advantage in all the wrong ways.
I don't know quite how the problems could be overcome because I've experienced first hand that an addict will not get better unless he/she wants to. No amount of consequences are going to change that. However, I think resources should be limited to those who are going to use them right. I've advocated for drug tests before access to scholarships/emergency funds/etc. on our reservation but it's a tough rule to implement. You can't just go around drug testing people and those tests cost somewhere around $35 each where I live.
I don't think the government has a role unless they are actively providing for that tribe (if that's what they do in Canada... I'm unsure). My tribe is sovereign so it's up to us to overcome it. And believe me when I say we are trying. It's hard though... people will do what they want to do.
What instance(s) drove you to make this decision? You seem very dedicated to your tribe - was the decision more for you or for them? Originally, I wanted to be a doctor but I wasn't cut out for it. I started studying philosophy and changed to be pre-law. My dad (who is full Native) pushed me to intern at our attorney's office and I found that it was really eye opening. They had me travel to look at another tribe's court system and help our court expand; they even involved me in business decisions. I didn't really know that we still had to fight for some rights before I worked there.
But also, as of now there are no tribal attorneys in the office. I think it's important to have our people in those kind of positions.
Edit: to answer - for both. It helps me secure my future as well as be a part of helping my tribe move forward.
Could you elaborate on still fighting for rights? It isn't something you hear about often (unless you live in OK like me). We mostly deal with fishing and hunting rights on our tribe.
Also, in WA State last year they implemented a new law where alcohol could be sold in grocery stores but this made the taxes go up to like 24% or something. And the government was trying to tax our smoke shop that amount. But taxes are different on the reservation because we are a sovereign nation so they had a court case on that.
Also also, we received a settlement last Summer for water rights... I wasn't involved though so I don't know what it was about.
I'm Metis and I wonder if you face extreme/minor biggotry/racism still? I think the most bigot/racist things I encounter these days are "haha you guys have a casino" or the "how - I can speak Native" people. Most often people are just curious what a reservation is.
My second question is what kind of law are you going to study to help or be employed by your tribe? If I go to school back home I'll be studying Indian Law. If I can get into the school that offers that program at least... Our attorney's mostly deal with business and treaty rights so hopefully I can get a grasp on those.
My third Do you ever go up north in Canada to go see how the natives up there are doing ? There's an anthropologist who has helped our tribe a lot. She's about 90yrs old. Last Summer I went with her on a trip to Canada (to help her get home safely). Myself and the other intern did a little walking around and visited the museums and stores. But other than that I haven't visited the First Nations' people; it would be awesome to dedicate a trip to that someday.
Keep me as a contact then Im in Ottawa me and the wife are both Metis and we have 4 Res' in our area you are going to be shocked to see how poorly they treat us and how shitty the land they took and gave back is. :/ will do; I know the government sometimes still fights tribes and some can't fight back. We fight back and often win. We live under two treaties and are really involved in making sure we get those rights. But I know our tribe is lucky to have received good land and 20 years ago wasn't doing so well.
What college did you go to? I'm at Johns Hopkins currently. And I hope to go to UW law school.
"how" Poached. If you're not familiar with the joke, and you have a sense of humor, I'd be happy to tell it. It has something to do with when settlers spoke to Natives they always asked how or something right?
Idk if your aware but Dartmouth college (which is an ivy league) was established to help native Americans in terms of education, and often give them special privileges, so if u cant get into your other choice,Dartmouth might be a great option for you. Wow, thanks! I'll certainly put them on my list.
How do natives want to live? Alcoholism is common. I think there's many factors to it. I mentioned in another question how Natives commonly have more ADHs than other races which means we process alcohol quicker (don't throw up and rarely hangovers). But also, some people grow up in very tough households and turn to self medication. My father was severely abused as a child and is a Vietnam War Vet - he's an alcoholic.
Is there a desire/fantasy to return to a nomadic life? I don't think that there's a desire to return to nomadic life. I think people want to hold true to their heritage but also adapt to modern life. We fish/hunt/gather but also buy grocery store food. We have powwows as well but our tribe only holds three a year. Some people travel to other tribes to participate but I don't.
Sweet jesus, he never had a fair chance. Hmm there's a shaker church (kinda like Quaker but not if I remember correctly) and a Pentecostal church on our tribe (my aunt owns it). I think there are less people involved in the Shaker church than there used to be but funerals are still held there. My parents were never very religious and I used to go to the Pentecostal as a kid but by choice and without my parents. There's no pressure to go I think in many of the households.
What about religion? What is popular amongst your tribe? All in all though we are pretty spiritual. Don't drop an eagle feather (and have it blessed if you do), don't go to the cemetery after certain hrs... stuff like that.
Is it possible to "join" your nation ? like becoming a US citizen ? You have to have a certain amount of blood quantum in order to be enrolled. I think there are rare cases where someone is "adopted" in but I don't think they have access to all of the resources.
How do you feel about it ? They recently lowered the blood quantum. I don't see it as anything negative. If someone has whatever amount is applicable, they should be able to enroll and have access to the resources we have. Some people think it's bad though; they think it will lead to people taking advantage of it. But there aren't a lot of cases where someone finds out they have Muckleshoot blood in them... so I don't think it's so bad.
Crushing my dreams of becoming a badass indian chief, one post at a time :o. We'll make our own tribe... with blackjack and whores?
I've very recently started getting interested in the law, mostly due to the Illustrated Guide to the Law. What would you recommend as a first read about the intersection between federal and tribal (or Muckleshoot specifically) law? Woah that's an awesome link. I've bookmarked it.
I hate to say I haven't done a lot of reading of public material. Most of what I've read on our legal system is from our attorney's office. However, here is an overview of our tribe and it has some of the court cases (specifically US v WA) that reflects my tribe.
What do you think keeps many Native Americans from using their resources afforded by government for free education? I recall seeing another ama where a member of a (perhaps Canadian?) tribe cited the view from other tribe members that going to a white man's college was selling out their tribe's way of life. Is that a common viewpoint? I don't think anyone feels like that from my reservation. We have a Tribal College but it's more like a community college and the people that attend it are mostly the older generation that missed out on going to college when they were younger. The government doesn't give us (me) the resources though; my tribe does. I know there are government scholarships but they aren't for everyone if I understand correctly. I think people are just afraid sometimes too. I'm across the country right now and it has been very hard. We grow up in a small community where everyone knows everyone. I'm the first in my family to go to college.
What is life like in reservations? Do you have the same luxuries as the rest of America (internet, television, running water, electricity, etc.)? On my reservation we do. Many of our people live in poverty but I believe it to be by choice. Our tribe has many resources - emergency funds for members, food bank, scholarship, jobs, etc. So many people don't feel a need to work... But there's also those of us that are helping to expand our tribe. We have a casino, smoke shop, market and deli, government system, amphitheater, lodge and spa etc. And it keeps a lot of our people employed.
I know our tribe is doing fairly well in these terms but there are others that got land in deserts that aren't so lucky...
What do you think about the redskins name change debate? I agree that the name is offensive but I hadn't thought much about it until it became a big problem. I acknowledged before all this but it was more of a "hmm that's offensive" and moved on.
Do you feel like progress for those in your tribe to become wealthier and healthier individuals is prevented by the traditional values/rules your tribe holds? I don't think our tribe is held back by traditional values but I know that some tribes are. We are a fairly progressive tribe. We still have our culture but we also participate in modern culture. Our tribe really encourages tribal members to get out and go to college somewhere off the rez. They want everyone to get their education and choose what to do with their lives whether it be on the tribe or off.
How do you feel about assimilation? I think we've lost a lot of our culture. Way back when, when the Europeans forced the Native children to go to boarding school and speak only English a lot of languages were lost, a lot of traditions were lost. I don't know if it was for the better. I can't say that I don't appreciate where my tribe is now. We are fairly wealthy; we are huge contributors to charity and all of our members have access to resources... but our language is nearly dead. And I don't dance at powwows though I've always wished I did. I think it'd be nice to have more of our culture so long as it doesn't hold us back. (but then again, who decides what held back is?)
If you don't mind me asking...was alcoholism a problem on your reservation? It is :( My dad's an alcoholic.
I've heard that on many of the reservations alcohol has been, and continues to be, a large problem. I did a research paper on alcoholism in high school. Native Americans have the most alcohol dehydrogenases of any race. Which means our bodies process alcohol really well. So... I don't suffer the negative side effects of drinking. I rarely get hangovers. So people are more likely to drink because they don't feel the negative effects. Not that that's an excuse... just some insight.
What's your opinion on the idle no more movement? Has it played any role in your choice of career path? No treaty rights should be infringed upon. The government has a horrid past of giving land/rights to the indigenous people and taking it back. We have a phrase called "Indian giver." It's always been kinda tossed around growing up. Like if I gave my sister a toy then took it back she'd call me an Indian Giver. I never understood it as a kid lol. But I do now. Anyway, any government that makes a treaty and gives rights to a tribe shouldn't infringe upon those. From my understanding that's what Idle No More is about. I don't follow the movement but I understand it. I think I have the same thought process going into my career; I hope to keep our rights as well as help my tribe progress.
I'm only asking this because you brought it up in an earlier post, is "how" an actual greeting in any native language, as far as you know. It just seems like a Hollywood cliche. As far as I know, "how" is not an actual greeting. In our language, "hoyt" is goodbye. I don't know hello and I'm pretty sure the spelling I used for the previous is not correct; it's just the sound it makes in English.
Indian Giver is an insult towards North American Indians. So I've learned... interesting.
Maybe marry in? danileigh? Have a kid that's a member? Of course if you marry and have children they could be enrolled (as long as they meet the quantum for whatever tribe). My children will be enrolled but I'm unsure if there children will be. Marrying would make you a part of the community but wouldn't allow you to enroll yourself.
I've heard about the rampant alcoholism present in the reservations, have you seen any of it first hand? How bad is it? Are there any programs in place to help? This is my answer on the same question:
> It is :( My dad's an alcoholic.
> I did a research paper on alcoholism in high school. Native Americans have the most alcohol dehydrogenases of any race. Which means our bodies process alcohol really well. So... I don't suffer the negative side effects of drinking. I rarely get hangovers. So people are more likely to drink because they don't feel the negative effects. Not that that's an excuse... just some insight.
There's a lot of drug and alcohol use on our res and the police/tribal council are really trying to combat it. My dad's an alcoholic, two of my sisters are addicted to prescription pain pills, one of my nephews is, etc. The tribe will pay for rehab indefinitely. My sister has gone so many times. And they have a halfway house for after. They really really try to help people get better but no one will get better unless they want to. Our court is working on a system now that requires rehab for people who commit crimes and fail a drug test (there's rampant theft on the res to pay for drugs).
In Canada (major cities like Montreal, Toronto, Edmonton, Calgary), one of the things I have noticed is that I have yet to see any native person who looks well to do. Is it similar in the US and in your tribe? And does that mean that richer people live on reservations or richer ones blend in more? Does the tribe help those who have settled outside of the sovereign lands? I think it really depends on where you are. There are some reservations that are doing really poorly and you won't see anyone doing well on them. Whereas, on my tribe you mostly see people doing well and the ones that aren't are poor by choice. I mentioned my father is an alcoholic but he's a functional one- he makes six figures. The people living off the reservation can still have access to most of the resources but I'm unsure which specifically. My father is an elder so the youth crew comes and mows his lawn; I'm sure those that live far don't receive that lol.
Does the "my mother says I'm 1/8th native but we have no proof" type of person insult you or make you mad? No, it doesn't insult me or bother me. Sometimes I'll say I'm Native and about ten other people will chime "me too!" but it doesn't bother me haha. I'm half but I look completely white.
I'm lucky enough to know which tribe I originate from, be enrolled, and have an active life in our community. But I know that others don't have that and that's okay.
Did you follow the Baby Veronica case a few months ago? I didn't but I just read an article. But I think that's an issue that is on every reservation. We have an ICW system and our tribe does everything it can to keep our children in our culture. And they work to NEVER terminate parental rights. I mean, if a parent gives them up then so be it but our tribe works very hard with parents to keep them involved. I've never heard of anyone on our tribe being disenrolled either.
I have a few Native friends and was surprised to learn a few didn't know about the scholarships and grants offered to Native Americans. (Where live) Why do you think that is? I thought that all students were aware of minority scholarships and would actively seek them. There could be a lot that contributes to that. My tribe has it's own scholarship program so I never thought to seek outside scholarships. I know they exist though. All kinds of minority scholarships exist so it's a no brainer that there is some form for Natives.
I guess it depends on how badly you feel the need for it; some people are content with taking out loans, some people can pay their way, some people just don't care about going to college in the first place, and some people don't want to put the work in to write essays and stuff and compete with others for scholarships.
If you feel like answering another question... So, what's the deal with Tribal law in regards to federal law? I believe I learned that each reservation is subject to its own law, as a sovereign nation, as long as those laws don't contradict federal law; which to me means that each reservation is like its own little country, which is pretty cool. Do many tribes take advantage of this? How often does this come into conflict with state law? Regarding that, when I am traveling through a reservation can I be held accountable for crimes in violation of the tribal law, even if I were not aware of them? Or, perhaps, prosecuted for violating state law, even though I'm in sovereign state? Please forgive my rough interpretation of this issue, but I'm so fascinated by it. On that note, do you need an assistant? I think I answered a similar question here
I haven't learned everything there is to learn about it yet but those are some examples.
How do I win at blackjack? I'm not sure. I'm more of a slots player myself. I'm terrible at blackjack.
Where does your tribe get the money from? Most of it comes from our casino but we also have other enterprises. We have a market and deli, smoke shop, bingo hall, lodge and spa, etc.
Will the tribe members now consider you an outsider elitist? I knew someone who left to get a degree and training in counseling and they considered her as an outsider because "she was too elitist to stay and now she's high and mighty." That's how it was for my father. He got into West Point and when he left the tribe rejected him; when he got there, the white people rejected him. But this was a long time ago... It's not too bad now. So far, I haven't gotten any negative reactions from tribal members.
I have multiple ancestry ties to the Cherokee tribe and have multiple family members on the Dawes roll. I have applied to be on the Dawes roll, how do you feel about outsiders joining the roll? I had no idea I had so much Native American ancestry until I started searching into the matter. Our tribe just put a new law in where more people can enroll; I think they changed the blood quantum necessary. I personally don't feel anything negative for new people enrolling. It can't hurt to expand our tribe. Good luck to you!
Do you speak a native American Language? I don't :( I think my dad does. Our tribe has a language but I only know a few words.
You should learn it, name it please, and make sure it does not die out. It's called "Wulshootseed" and I have some tapes. It's very guttural. I know I should learn it :/ a few young women are certified to teach it on our tribe so there's really no excuse.
How many people out of the tribe total speak it? And if you don't mind answering, why didn't you learn it growing up? I don't know the amount of people that speak it; the elders know it and a handful of the younger generation do. I went to our Tribal School until 2nd grade and then switched to public school. I know it was taught in Tribal School but I never got a firm enough grasp when I was there.
Does anyone write in it? A quick search seems to indicate the script is "Americanist phonetic notation", which seems to be Latin chars plus some combining marks, invented by Europeans. If people write in it, do they feel the script to be part of Native culture now? There is script but I haven't really seen people writing it. I have a blanket that has script on it with our tribal logo. I believe people feel that it is a part of our culture now but I'm unsure.
What would you like to tell people who don't understand Native culture, and are misinformed or ignorant on the subject? Are there any misconceptions that you'd like to clear up? After this, that I didn't get into college purely from affirmative action lol.
I wish you the best of luck in school. But really, that being Native doesn't mean the government gives us money. It's quite the opposite actually. We get our money from tribal owned businesses. And other tribes weren't lucky enough to receive land that could be developed. Some reservations are compared to Third World countries.
How do you personally feel about affirmative action? I think it has run its course. I think it was valuable to have for X amount of years but we don't particularly need it. I know people think I got into Hopkins simply because I'm Native but I worked my ass off to get here and everyone else should too.
Shouldn't you be outlining right now? ;) As in doing work? Yeah... I have a lot of finals to study for :/
Do you think you earned your scholarship academically or got it because you are Native American? I have my scholarship because of the tribe I belong to. Muckleshoot offers them to every tribal member. If it was from a different source I could claim it was academic. Our tribe requires a 2.0 GPA to keep our scholarships which is straight Cs so... not all that harsh. However, I'm currently attending Johns Hopkins so I'm a far cry from nonacademic.
Do you have a tribal tattoo? I don't haha. Not yet at least...
Since your studying law, have there been any examples where a "genetically predisposed" argument has been used to defend a Native American with an alcohol related crime? And was it successful? I don't believe there have been any cases like this... but I wouldn't know for sure. It would be really stupid if there were (I mean I get it but excuses are stupid).
Did you grow up on your "rez" or off? I grew up on my reservation. The only time I've been off is the last 4 years during college.
What are your thoughts of John Redcorn? Haha you asked this twice. I don't watch King of the Hill anymore and don't really remember the character. I don't find Hollywood's portrayal offensive to the point that I rally against it. I know that almost all of the portrayals are wrong and I started watching a documentary about it... but I just don't bother with being too offended.
Thanks for answering my somewhat cheekish question! If you have any questions regarding law school please feel free to ask. I'll do my best to talk you out of it :) Haha the attorney's on the tribe ask me every year, "Are you sure you want to go still?"
I am so embarrassed about some of the stupidity on this thread. That's awesome that you are working so hard. I remember being really embarrassed and astounded by the misinformation about Native Americans in public school. I thought the book "Lakota Woman" was an amazing read about the second occupation of Wounded Knee. Do you have any other suggested reading about Native American life in modern America? Sherman Alexie is a rather good Native author of books about his life growing up; they are fiction but I think a lot of it reflects his real life. I've only read a few but there was a movie on one too: Smoke Signals.
Also, as a lawyer for your tribe what kind of legal issues are you expecting to face, and what inspired you to become a lawyer? And, I've been interning in our attorney's office during the Summers. Our court is just now expanding to deal with civil and criminal law (before it was just family law - ICW cases and whatnot). I think by the time I take the bar exam I'll be coming back to an expanded court system. I think there'll be a lot of legal jargon that needs to be continually revised as the years to on; contracts with the state, jails, and police... etc. I've also helped in some business deals for the tribe as well. I think just knowing that I could do something for my tribe (since they're paying for my education but also because it's my life and will be my kids' lives as well) is awesome. So far there are no tribal members in our attorney's office and I think it's time we had at least one of us working there in that position.
I have been under the understanding that Native Americans of a certain purity (something like 1/16th?), that can prove their heritage, get free higher education. That's how a friend of mine got his. I've never heard of that... but I don't know everything. I go to JHU and it's a private university. I'm betting they don't pay for certain Universities but again... I don't know. My tribe pays for mine specifically.
What are your thoughts on Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl (and ICWA in general)? I didn't follow the case of Baby Veronica but someone asked about it earlier in the thread. I think she was a minuscule amount of Native but it ended up being a huge deal anyway...
Well in general, I support our ICW system because they try realllyyy hard. BUT, and this is just me personally nothing reflecting my tribe, I think it's impossible to keep all of our foster children on the reservation. I think they do a helluva lot better job presently but in the past it would have been valuable to look outside of the res. Our ICW was understaffed and overworked and kids went forgotten. And those kids aren't doing so well these days.
Is paint huffing included in the drug problem? No, it isn't. It's mostly prescription pills.
What do you think of anthropologists? In what way? They are certainly valuable. Forensic anthropology interests me most out of all of the fields. However, anthro itself is important.
Who's got the worst reputation in aboriginal affairs presently, Canada or the USA? If there's even a difference.. I'm honestly not sure. From what I've learned in this AMA I'd say Canada because it seems like their government still holds their land (in trust at least).
How is thanksgiving handled on a reservation? On ours, we celebrate like any other family :)
You look like the average white person, does it offend anyone when you say you are a native or half native? Well, there aren't a lot of people to offend. I've only met one other Native person here at Hopkins and I believe he was 1/4 (also appeared white).
In kindergarten all of the native kids got out of class got to go to the library, eat pizza and take a book of their choice. why didnt i? Wait, why didn't I get to do that?
Work for a casino. True... the house always wins.
What is a Native Reservation like today... I am asking this because I have never seen one... except on a static map. It differs across regions. Some tribes were very unlucky and received desert land. Those reservations live in complete poverty. They had nothing to do with their land; our reservation was lucky though and we got land that could be developed.
There is a large drug problem on the reservation so some places look really... impoverished. The people who do drugs become desperate and they steal in order to feed their addiction. They'll do whatever it takes to get their fix even if it means stealing from their own family. It sucks and I hope we can overcome the drugs, or at least to a point where so much of the community isn't doing it.
That's awesome. But, all Indians have a full ride. I don't think that's true... and if it is, then please point me to the grant/scholarship website for all natives. My scholarship comes specifically from our tribe. I didn't know of others but it'd be nice to educate myself.
I'm sure the government is the one actually paying. Gamblers are technically paying.
RIP Reddit. If you need me i'll be reading a wiki on her people, since this will be 99% jokes and 1% useless information. Haha well it's been 4 hours and there haven't been jokes so far.
Will you accept firewater and cornmeal as currency? What's firewater?
In personal dealing I might but that says nothing for my tribe. I'm partial to cornmeal though.
We were here first... I'd say we are pretty entitled for an education just as much as anyone else. I also have to say How would you Grade your stupidity and ignorance from 1 to 10 over the rest of your family ? He's a troll. If you look at his comment history it shows that he pretty much goes on threads and tries to piss people off.
Why do you feel entitled to college over a more qualified white man? Isn't this the definition of racism? Where did it come across that I felt entitled to college?
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List of Seattle Sponsors for Mr. Limbaugh for 3/9, today included Walmart!

List of Seattle Sponsors for Rush Limbaugh's show on 3/9/12
Seattle Rush Limbaugh Sponsors for 3/9/12 There were fewer sponsors overall today, but there were a few new ones: Walmart, Spring Free Trampolines, Digestive Advantage (made by Schiff), and Washington Arms Collectors Guns Show.
Mr. Limbaugh announced he'll be replaced for Monday by Mark Stein, because he had a long-standing charity golf event to attend. Hmmm.
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Best Mortgage, Best Mortgage 425-649-6000
Champion Windows, Seattle (206) 902-1080 Corp. 888-430-3705
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Digestive Advantage, made by Schiff, @DigestiveAdvtge, on Facebook, 800-456-0276, online contact forms:,, Facebook,
Dr. Jim Colman,DDS,, 206-242-4477 (From his picture, an older man, so be kind. If he turns out to be a Limbaugh clone, oh well.) Yelp,
Fairplay Financial, 855-418-3952, @FairplayRealty, on FaceBook,, registered agent in Washington State is Robert S. Over at Keller Rohrback, LLP (law firm), Seattle Office, 206-623-1900 (from State of Washington Business Licenses database online)
Financial Revival,, 888-656-8850
Grasshopper Mowers,
Hillsdale College (staunch supporter, time better spent on other contacts first)
Insperity,,, @insperity, corp. 281-358-8986, 1-800-237-3170, Spokesperson is CBS Sports Team member, Jim Nantz, no @, but for CBS Sports is @cbssports
Lear Capital, @goldcoinpro, 1-800-957-4653 Lifelock, Rush delivers himself, promo code Rush for 10%discount, 1-800-543-3562, [email protected], @LifeLock , also on Facebook (say no plans to drop)
Major Blinds,, 206-623-1379, 425-453-3216, also on Facebook
Marci Jewelry 425.455.4561, [email protected] , also on Facebook
Newt Gingrich SuperPac Winning Our Future
NW Travel Deals, @NWTravelDeals,
Priceless Granite,, 1-800-261-7735, also on Facebook
RhinoShield Ceramic Coatings,, @Rhino_Shield,, (888) RHINO12, also advertises as Supershield Roof Coatings, also on Facebook
Taste of Washington – wine-tasting event at Qwest Field, organized by, @TasteWashington, event sponsored by Washington State Wine Commission, @WineCommission, Seattle’s Convention and Visitor’s Bureau: @SeattleMaven, 206-461-5800,
Taste of Washington has several business sponsors, whose names are being mentioned in the ads, and they may be unaware the ads are being aired on Mr. Limbaugh's show right now. They are QFC, King5News, Muckleshoot Casino, Seattle Met Magazine, El Gaucho Aqua Restaurant, Safeco, Viking Appliances, and Alaska Airlines. Many of them are on Facebook or on Twitter.
TILA Mortgage, Live chat pop-up,, 206-660-766-8888, 1-877-8452, [email protected]
Tubco, introduced by Michael Medved, Tubco (in Canada),, [email protected], 800-561-0187 no @ found
Washington Arms Collectors Gun Show , [email protected], 425-255-8410
The Yardley Institute (chiropractor),, 253-529-1100, Yelp,
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[TDIH] April 9th

Quote of the Day
The past revolutions show us only too well: “the red flag can be waved against the red flag” until the freikorps arrive.
— Theorie Communiste
Word of the Day
Top-Down — Denoting a system in which actions are initiated at the top of a hierarchy. One might think the opposite to be "bottom-up," but this still assumes an "up"; many grass-roots initiatives make this error, attempting to exert leverage through political channels rather than developing the power to achieve their goal autonomously. Better simply to topple pyramids than to attempt to defy gravity.
1553 — Francois Rabelais dies, Paris France. His last will states:
"I have nothing. I owe much. I leave the rest to the poor."
1626 — Death of Francis Bacon, statesman/philosopher.
1754 — New Old World: Letter from Indian slave trader to South Carolina Governor J. Glenn asking for permission to use one group of Indians to fight another:
"We want no pay, only what we can take & plunder, & what slaves we take to be our own."
1802 — Elias Lönnrot lives (1802 - 1884). Collector of folklore, linguist, medical doctor, professor in Finnish philology. Compiler of the Finnish national epic Kalevala for which he traveled among the Lapps, the Estonians & the Finnish for about 10 years interviewing & writing down their stories, poems & songs.
He also compiled a Finnish-Swedish dictionary & began the first magazine in Finnish, Mehiläinen (The Bee). Not enough: he also wrote & arranged psalms.
1821 — Charles Baudelaire lives (1821-1867), Paris.
One of the great 19th century French poets, who formed with Stéphane Mallarmé & Paul Verlaine the so-called Decadents. His translations of Edgar Allan Poe made Poe better known in France than the US. He became addicted to opium & hashish, & contracted syphilis, which proved lethal, while in law school.
When his Les Fleur du Mal appeared in 1857 all — author, publisher, & printer — are prosecuted & found guilty of obscenity & blasphemy.
After a lecture tour in Belgium he became seriously ill & died in Paris in his mother's arms.
"Genius is childhood recaptured."
1834 — France: In Lyon, the insurrection of the Silk workers begins. It is the beginning of the "Sanglante semaine" (Bloody Week).
1839 — Eadweard Muybridge, pioneered study of motion in photography, lives, Kingston upon Thames, England.
1859 — US: Caution? Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens) is licensed as a Mississippi steamboat pilot in St. Louis after his two-year apprenticeship.
1865 — US: Civil War ends with Lee's surrender at the Appomattox courthouse. Over 500,000 lay dead (out of a 35 million population).
1866 — US: Congress passes a bill — over the veto of Beloved & Respected Comrade Leader President Andrew Johnson — guaranteeing the same civil rights to all persons born in the US (citizenship for all — except Indians, of course). The prez is empowered to use the Army to enforce the law.
1874 — US: Crapshoot? Muckleshoot Indian Reservation established (Washington State). (The casino came much later.)
1877 — Louis Rimbault, French anarchiste & vegetarian, lives (1877-1949).
1879 — William Claude Dukenfield, a.k.a. W. C. Fields, lives (or Jan 29?).
"Taint a fit night out for man nor beast..."
1880 — Maria Jotuni (1880 - 1943) lives, Kuopio. Novelist, playwright, one of the classic feminist authors in Finland. Jotuni was influenced by postnaturalism & impressionism, expressed in her choice of form: short stories, fragments of prose, impressions & dialog. She often shows society from a woman's point of view, as in her major novel, Huojuva Talo (1963).
1885 — France: During this month, début de la parution, à Paris, sous la direction de Jean Grave, de la deuxième série de l'organe anarchiste Le Révolté.
1894 — France: Hunger revolt in Lyons.
1898 — US: American Renaissance man Paul Robeson lives, Princeton, New Jersey. Football star, actor, singer, black liberation fighter.
During the Cold War, Robeson was not allowed to leave the Land of the Free & the Blacklist virtually destroyed his career. (Oddly, seemingly the same rightwingers who deny the Holocaust ever happened also deny existence of the Blacklist.)
Exiled communist, with a voice so international that it could be heard on the only juke box in the only public bar in the only hotel in Ulan Bator, Mongolia during the bad old days of Stalinism.
He renounced his US citizenship.
1908 — US: Beloved & Respected Comrade leader President Teddy Roosevelt investigates legality of not only barring anarchist propaganda that advocates political violence, but also prosecuting those who produce the material.
1914 — Admiral Henry T. Mayo, acting on his own, provokes an international incident by demanding a special 21-gun salute from Mexicans at Tampico. To save face Beloved & Respected Comrade Leader President Woodrow Wilson sent an American fleet to Veracruz, & occupied the city in retaliation for the arrest of US sailors in Tampico.
"They sell a little image of us in the markets of Mexico, with a bowie knife in one side of the girdle, & a Colt's revolver in the other, a huge loaf of bread in the left hand, & a slave whip in the right. That is America!"
— Wendell Phillips
1915 — US: Frank Abarno & Carmine Carbone, members of the Italian anarchist Gruppo Gaetano Bresci, accused of planting bombs in St. Patrick's Cathedral & the Church of St. Alphonsus on the five year anniversary (October 13, 1914) of the execution of Francisco Ferrer, are today sentenced to 6 to 12 years in prison.
1917 — English poet, Edward Thomas, dies in Arras, France.
1918 — Russia: In Moscow, anarchist black guards confiscate the car of the American ambassador.
The car is seized in an effort to effect the release of political prisoners & trade union militants imprisoned in America. This action serves as a pretext for the Bolshevik secret police, the Cheka, to mount a sweeping attack on the anarchists on the night of April 11.
1919 — Bavaria: Spartacus League attempts a military coup d'etat against Bavarian Councils Republic to establish a "proletarian dictatorship."
1919 — Bavaria: Second Bavarian Councils Republic destroyed by "Freikorps" under orders of Social-Democratic government.
1919 — John Presper Eckert, co-inventor of first electronic computer (ENIAC), lives.
1919 — The 8th 'Dada-Soirée', at the 'Kaufleuten-Saal.' During a reading of Walter Serner the audience begins with interjections & finally some of them attack the stage. The whole auditorium is in commotion & Dada-Zurich ends in tumult & chaos — just as it began.
1927 — US: Massachusetts: Death sentences for "those anarchistic bastards" (quote from the trial Judge Thayer during the trial) Nicolas Sacco & Bartolomeo Vanzetti are upheld.
...America how can I write a holy litany in your silly mood?
I will continue like Henry Ford my strophes are as individual as his
automobiles more so they're all different sexes
America I will sell you strophes $2500 apiece $500 down on your old strophe
America free Tom Mooney
America save the Spanish Loyalists
America Sacco & Vanzetti must not die...
— Allen Ginsberg
1928 — The 20th century's greatest living American classical composer, arranger, musician, singer: Folk singer, protester Tom Lehrer lives.
I'd like to take you now, on wings of song as it were, & try & help you forget for a while your drab, wretched lives.
— Tom Lehrer, "Poisoning Pigeons in the Park"
1930 — High Seas: IWW organizes 1700 member crew on the Leviathan, then the world's largest vessel.
1932 — Yippie! The 20th century's greatest living American journalist, The Realist editor Paul Krassner, lives! Accompanied Groucho Marx on his first LSD trip, cofounder of the Youth International Party. Yippie!!
1932 — Rock n' Roll's Carl Perkins lives, to wear Blue Suede Shoes.
"If it weren't for the rocks in its bed,
The stream would have no song."
— Carl Perkins
1936 — Italy: La Società delle Nazioni, riferendosi all'aggressione in Etiopia, accusa lo stato italiano di aver effettuato bombardamenti sulla popolazione civile, di aver condotto operazioni contro obiettivi contrassegnati dal simbolo della Croce Rossa, di aver utilizzato gas asfissianti. Sono accuse gravissime che dovrebbero spingere alla vergogna tutto il popolo italiano che, invece, continua ad esaltare lo stato fascista ed il suo duce.
1942 — Norway: Teachers returning from strike publicly reject Nazification.
1947 — US: First day of Freedom Ride, the "Journey of Reconciliation," sponsored by CORE & FOR, with white & black activists riding (otherwise) segregated buses through four southern states.
April 9-23 Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) sponsors interstate bus ride to test June 3, 1946 Supreme Court ruling that Negro passengers can not be forced to sit at the back; Bayard Rustin, of the Fellowship of Reconciliation, Igal Roodenko, & Joseph Felmet serve 30 days on a chain gang. Lynchings in the south have reached 1918 levels, as Negro G.I.s return, talk of getting the rights they fought for.
1948 — Colombia: If they do not kill him, Jorge Eliécer Gaitán will be president.
Buy him, they cannot. To what temptation will he succumb who despises the pleasures, who is single, who eats little, drinks nothing & refuses anesthesia to remove a tooth?
The poor & ragged ones adore him, flock to hear him speak. They say when Gaitán speaks it breaks the fog in Bogota.
The arrogant caudillo, tidbit statue face, speaks the naked language of the oligarchy, sitting on the knees of the imperialistic ventriloquist — an oligarchy without its own life, its own words, mouthing agrarian reform & other truths that end a lie.
— ¡Lo mataron! ¡Lo mataron! —
In the street, three shots. Time has run out, Gaitán is left unemployed... Jorge Eliécer Gaitán is assassinated. Listening, earthquake noises, a human avalanche comes to him above. From suburbs & hills, advances a whirlwind, a hurricane of the pain & wrath comes sweeping the city, breaking show windows, upsetting street cars, setting afire buildings...
—Eduardo Galeano, Century of the Wind
1948 — Palestine: Menachem Begin's Irgun & Stern Gang terrorists murder about 120 men, women & children of the neutral Palestinian-Arab village of Deir Yassin near Jerusalem (Deir Yassin massacre).
1950 — France: A group of lettrists — including Serge Berna, Jean-Louis Brau, Ghislain Desnoyers de Marbaix & Michel Mourre — perpetrates the Notre-Dame Scandal, when Mourre, dressed as a Dominican monk, reads a sermon prepared by Berna announcing the death of God at Easter mass.
1956 — US: African American songster Nat King Cole is beaten up by a group of racial segregationists in Birmingham, Alabama.
1963 — Winston Churchill, 88, is proclaimed an honorary US citizen by Beloved & Respected Comrade Leader Boot-Legger's son, John. Dad Joe Kennedy, Ambassador to England & a notorious WWII right-wing defeatist, rolls in his grave.
1966 — US: Week of Angry Arts Vietnam Mobilization fund raiser at Longshoremen’s Hall, 400 North Point St., in Frisco.
1967 — US: Digger Emmett Grogan arrives in NY (6 week trip, having left someplace about March 1).
1967 — US: Second day of riots in Nashville, following Stokely Carmichael's speech at Fisk University.
1969 — US: Deanie Babies?: Harvard students take over the campus administration building, ousting the deans. 300 led by SDS seize University Hall. More action to come over next few days.
1976 — Folk singer Phil Ochs hangs himself at his sister's house, Far Rockaway, NY.
1979 — Longest doubles ping-pong match of 101 hours, begins.
1981 — Canada: Members of Big Stone Cree end a 250 mile march to Edmonton, Alberta, to highlight economic plight of Big Stone Cree in northern Alberta.
1984 — US: One day after his administration announces it will not recognize the Worlds Court's jurisdiction over the mining of Nicaraguan harbors, Beloved & Respected Comrade Leader acting President Reagan proclaims May 1 as "Law Day USA."
1986 — US: The Sam Goody record chain & top company executive are convicted of trafficking in pirated tapes.
1989 — US: Over 300,000 choice supporters march in Washington, D.C., to defend the Supreme Court's 1973 Roe v. Wade decision. A 1985 poll showed that 74 percent of the country did not believe that abortion could be outlawed again. But with the right to choose clearly in danger, agitated volunteers have inundated the National Organization for Women, the National Abortion Rights Action League, Planned Parenthood, the American Civil Liberties Union & the Fund for the Feminist Majority.
1992 — Comedian Sam Kinison dies when a pickup truck slams into his car on a desert road between L.A. & Las Vegas.
1995 — US: Over 100,000 at Rally For Women's Lives, Washington, DC.
1997 — Mad Cow Disease — while much of the world shuns British cows, a Cambodian newspaper suggested yesterday that the animals be shipped to Cambodia & allowed to roam free & detonate the millions of land mines littering the country.
1999 — The People's Poetry Gathering, sponsored by City Lore, is scheduled to take place all around Manhattan. (April 9-11)
2002 — Phil Ochs Tribute, Tractor Tavern in Seattle, Washington. Includes local musicians such as Baby Gramps, Reggie Garrett.
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Seattle Sponsor List for Rush Limbaugh's show for Friday, 3/9

List of Seattle Sponsors for Rush Limbaugh's show on 3/9/12
Seattle Rush Limbaugh Sponsors for 3/9/12 There were fewer sponsors overall today, but there were a few new ones: Walmart, Spring Free Trampolines, Digestive Advantage (made by Schiff), and Washington Arms Collectors Guns Show.
Mr. Limbaugh announced he'll be replaced for Monday by Mark Stein, because he had a long-standing charity golf event to attend. Hmmm.
Advanced Hair Restoration,, 425-449-8185, also on Facebook
Amberen, 1-800-222-3304,, @amberenonline
Best Mortgage, Best Mortgage 425-649-6000
Champion Windows, Seattle (206) 902-1080 Corp. 888-430-3705
Chuck Olson Kia and Chevrolet, 1-800-599-8489, online chat rep:, also on Facebook
Digestive Advantage, made by Schiff, @DigestiveAdvtge, on Facebook, 800-456-0276, online contact forms:,, Facebook,
Dr. Jim Colman,DDS,, 206-242-4477 (From his picture, an older man, so be kind. If he turns out to be a Limbaugh clone, oh well.) Yelp,
Fairplay Financial, 855-418-3952, @FairplayRealty, on FaceBook,, registered agent in Washington State is Robert S. Over at Keller Rohrback, LLP (law firm), Seattle Office, 206-623-1900 (from State of Washington Business Licenses database online)
Financial Revival,, 888-656-8850
Grasshopper Mowers,
Hillsdale College (staunch supporter, time better spent on other contacts first)
Insperity,,, @insperity, corp. 281-358-8986, 1-800-237-3170, Spokesperson is CBS Sports Team member, Jim Nantz, no @, but for CBS Sports is @cbssports
Lear Capital, @goldcoinpro, 1-800-957-4653 Lifelock, Rush delivers himself, promo code Rush for 10%discount, 1-800-543-3562, [email protected], @LifeLock , also on Facebook (say no plans to drop)
Major Blinds,, 206-623-1379, 425-453-3216, also on Facebook
Marci Jewelry 425.455.4561, [email protected] , also on Facebook
Newt Gingrich SuperPac Winning Our Future
NW Travel Deals, @NWTravelDeals,
Priceless Granite,, 1-800-261-7735, also on Facebook
RhinoShield Ceramic Coatings,, @Rhino_Shield,, (888) RHINO12, also advertises as Supershield Roof Coatings, also on Facebook
Taste of Washington – wine-tasting event at Qwest Field, organized by, @TasteWashington, event sponsored by Washington State Wine Commission, @WineCommission, Seattle’s Convention and Visitor’s Bureau: @SeattleMaven, 206-461-5800,
Taste of Washington has several business sponsors, whose names are being mentioned in the ads, and they may be unaware the ads are being aired on Mr. Limbaugh's show right now. They are QFC, King5News, Muckleshoot Casino, Seattle Met Magazine, El Gaucho Aqua Restaurant, Safeco, Viking Appliances, and Alaska Airlines. Many of them are on Facebook or on Twitter.
TILA Mortgage, Live chat pop-up,, 206-660-766-8888, 1-877-8452, [email protected]
Tubco, introduced by Michael Medved, Tubco (in Canada),, [email protected], 800-561-0187 no @ found
Washington Arms Collectors Gun Show , [email protected], 425-255-8410
The Yardley Institute (chiropractor),, 253-529-1100, Yelp,
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