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Thursday, January 05, 2006

Indian Giver

Flux capacitors must be back in, because I just got a message on Friendster from Pocahontas. It read, as such:

hey honey

Message: heyya, saw you online and just wanted to drop ya a msg. i just recently got some pictures of me online (besides here on friendster;)
u can see them at

msg me back when you get a chance

Besides the fact that girlfriend looks like Linda Rondstadt on the dollar coin, I could never engage in a truly serious relationship with anyone who spells so poorly. Plus, her pictures on her friendster profile were not very representative of the Native American Culture. However, I imagine the webcam she has set up is to offer insight into the strong traditions of the Powhatan culture. We palefaces need all the help we can get. For example, the only scalping I have done lately is with concert tickets. Zing!

At the very least I would hope her webcam experience would include a little John Rolfe, if you catch my drift. Grrr.

I have not completely dismissed the idea of getting in touch with her, as another of my New Year's resolutions was to develop a crippling gambling addiction.

And if nothing else, I follow through on my resolve.

Oh, and hey, if you're reading this...Happy Birthday KD!


  • At 10:15 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Much as I hate to point out potholes in your Pocahontas prattle, I feel the need to let you (and your faithful readers) know that the dollar coin in fact features Sacagawea, the Shoshone Indian who assisted Lewis and Clark, not Pocahontas, the fabled Powhatan lover of John Smith, as put forward here.

    Unless, of course, you're mistaking either woman for the suffragette Susan B. Anthony, who doesn't look a thing like Linda Ronstadt (who nevertheless does bear passing resemblance to Sacagawea).

  • At 10:25 AM, Blogger ZRW said…

    Shit! There are like 2 Indian women and history and I mix them up.

    I would have to venture, though, that both Indian heroines looked like Linda Ronstadt. And would further guess that Pocahontas warbled a rockin' version of "Blue Bayou."

    Thanks for the help!


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