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    http://turtlewindsfirewalker.twoday.net/


    what is with all the German? If he is in Florida?? And if he is Indian and dealing with these Indians, why have it in German?? Im so confused.

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    This is right up there with RaRa's song....lol....I have once more person to ask.....I wanna figure this one out, or we've all be punked..lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by BelleRain View Post
    Maybe he only summers on the Continent.

    Or maybe it's some kind of shaman mojo that lets him materialize in two places at one time.



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    Quote Originally Posted by BelleRain View Post
    WTF?? LOL This guy is white?? He went into prison a white guy, and came out an Indian?? LOL

    This is funny.
    I have heard of reincarnation, but this....geesh.
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    You know I was just thinking..this guy aint notable for shit... He is a wannabe Indian... Who, if any real Native Americans/Indians took him seriously???

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    Quote Originally Posted by BelleRain View Post
    You know I was just thinking..this guy aint notable for shit... He is a wannabe Indian... Who, if any real Native Americans/Indians took him seriously???
    Those Natives in Germany think he's for real. I wonder if he wears lederhosen with his feathers?

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    You've got be kidding, Natives in Germany think he is real...LMAO

    Its them crazy Germans that still believe Hitler was a good person, so they think Turtle man is the White/blue eyed native Indian..LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by BelleRain View Post
    Judging by the hair, I believe it.
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    That picture gave me a flashback......


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    ^^ lmao

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    haha this thread is funny. i did a little search on this guy too. i guess he posted his first post from the great beyond. Good to see they have the internet up there!


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    On one of those esoteric websites referenced above, there is a woman who gives her name as "Dee Standing on Road".

    At first I thought that was a mistake and her name was "Deer Standing on Road" or "Doe Standing on Road".

    I think we should introduce her to Mr. Turtle Wax Firestarter and see if true love takes its course.

    What married name do you think she would choose? Dee Standing On Road - Turtle Wax Firestarter is kind of unwieldly.

    Maybe Dee Road - Firestarter? Dee Standing On - Turtle Wax? Or maybe she's a traditional gal and would just go by Mrs. Turtle Wax Firestarter.



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    How abvout TurtleDee, like twidle dum...is that how its said..LOL Shit now I cant remember, twidle is all i can think of now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rosebud666 View Post
    Maybe he only summers on the Continent.

    Or maybe it's some kind of shaman mojo that lets him materialize in two places at one time.
    this is just cracking me up and driving me crazy....I've met several Shaman, I have a feeling going to prison and blending in with the Indians I don't see them making him a Shaman.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nelliebean View Post
    That picture gave me a flashback......

    Oh yes!!

    What a strange thread, love the comments and pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Town Without Pity View Post
    this is just cracking me up and driving me crazy....I've met several Shaman, I have a feeling going to prison and blending in with the Indians I don't see them making him a Shaman.
    Oh, he probably read "Black Elk Speaks" in prison and had a conversion.

    I wonder what sort of vision one has to have to receive a name like TWF.

    I feel a remake coming on: "Little Big Man" staring Turtle Wind Firewalker in the Dustin Hoffman role.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Jrwzeigle View Post
    I have heard of reincarnation, but this....geesh.
    See, he's different. While most prisoners come out born again, old Tuts came out re-raced.

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    This has to be the MOST bizarre thread (besides CS and her "hubby.") Being Cherokee myself...this is an insult to me!!!! Although he could be the guy from the movie "Time Chasers" that MST3K riffed...

    http://www.google.com/imgres?q=time+...:0&tx=43&ty=54
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    Why would he name himself after a turtle fart?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ichabodius View Post
    Why would he name himself after a turtle fart?
    LMAOoooo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nelliebean View Post
    That picture gave me a flashback......

    I didn't realize that one of the brothers from Malcolm in the Middle was also in Deliverance.

    I wonder what my indian name would be. Probably something like "Whale-rolling-on-the-waves" or "Head-shines-in-the-sun", or, if I'm really lucky, "Thunders-at-idiots-around-the-council-fire"

    Probably all of the cool names like "Stands-tall-on-three legs" are already taken.

    Also, in my indian life, would I rather have four horses and a wife or four wives and a horse?
    Last edited by Rosebud666; 03-09-2012 at 03:53 AM. Reason: I never run out of ideas!



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    Since I belong to the group - Native American Indian - Old Photos on FB, as with thousands of photos I have some of Native Amercans who I can't figure out who they are so I share them on that board.....so today I threw out there about Mr. Turtle Lying Pants on fire, and all I got from a private Message saying "Hahahaha"....like that was a big help...lol Boy if he's really not dead, someones pants are catching on fire one way or the other.
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    My Indian name ...which I don't know why I got a Inidan name is something like...she walks in woods....lol (Here I thought it was going to be something like...(really sucky Spelling and needs a nail trim).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Town Without Pity View Post
    My Indian name ...which I don't know why I got a Inidan name is something like...she walks in woods....lol (Here I thought it was going to be something like...(really sucky Spelling and needs a nail trim).
    See, I knew all the good names are already taken.

    "She-walks-in-woods" sounds kind of sexy in a back-to-nature way.



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    [QUOTE=Rosebud666;1267938]See, I knew all the good names are already taken.

    "She-walks-in-woods" sounds kind of sexy in a back-to-nature way (LIKE DELIVEENCE>). [/QhUOTE]
    LOL (Sgt. Pepper) I never thought of it that way,..could mean I need a wood cane soon thoug....one carved , something like the beatles album when everyone was on the cover..lol...well almost everyone...lol....Find the Pope in th Pizza Cane with Father Gaurducie and good old "find Waldo)


    PAHANA: Hopi name meaning "lost white brother.
    - this might be it..lol But I prefer this name - SIKE: Navajo name meaning "he sits at home."....lol

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    Cindy means moon, and in Cherokee it is Nvda. Yeah, I googled it. Haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cindyt View Post
    Cindy means moon, and in Cherokee it is Nvda. Yeah, I googled it. Haha.
    Nvda looks really pretty, but I have no idea how to say it.

    I wonder how you say "Yellow Bear with hand in honey jar" in Shawnee. Or "Bear of very little brain". I'd settle for either one of those.

    Did you know that if you type "anagramm" in Google Search, it asks "Do you mean: 'mama rang'?"

    I'm beginning to think that Mr. Titmouse Fire Whopper got his name from a computer program and not from some indians.

    Oh and although Little Big Man would disagree, I think it is probably better to have four horses and one wife, and not the other way round. After all, you can always trade a horse for another wife . . . Attachment 41677
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    Quote Originally Posted by cindyt View Post
    Cindy means moon, and in Cherokee it is Nvda. Yeah, I googled it. Haha.
    Ok, so my new name will be: Moon over Macbook Pro.
    Cindy

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    While we're here, for your amusement -

    http://www.native-languages.org/wrongnames.htm

    some of my favorites are :

    CHAKOTAY: This is not a real Native American name. It is the name of a character on the science fiction show "Star Trek: Voyager." The actor who plays Chakotay is of Mayan descent, but the character is from a fictional tribe called the Anurabi and his name means something like "Man Who Walks the Earth But Who Only Sees the Sky" in that language. But of course, it's not a real Native American language. It's a Star Trek language, like Klingon.
    NIDAWI: Baby name books claim that this name means "fairy" in the Omaha language. According to an Omaha friend, nidawį actually means "elephant woman."
    WEEKO: Some Internet sources claim this word means "pretty" in Dakota or Lakota Sioux. It emphatically does not. It is a slang form of wikoska and it means "venereal disease."

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    LMAO you guys are cracking me up. I dont even want to think about what my Indian name would be..

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    Quote Originally Posted by bellerain View Post
    my eyes! MY EYES!!!!!!

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    Someone added "Hoax" to the thread title.

    Probably by our resident Native American " Takes No Shit".

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    LMAO LMAO LMAO

    OMG that was good...Nellie

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    I've got to find this big ol' book I have about Techumseh ("shooting star" in Shawnee) that must be floating around here somewhere. That thing is sturdy enough to use as a weapon.

    I know his mother was "Turtle who lays eggs in the sand".



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    LMAO im tearing up LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by BelleRain View Post
    LMAO im tearing up LOL
    Well, you've got your indian name right there:

    "Cries out in joy"

    although I guess that could be a double entendre.


    Maybe "Tears of Laughter" would be a safer choice.



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    LMAO I like Cry Out in Joy, but I better stick with Tears of Laughter..LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by BelleRain View Post
    LMAO I like Cry Out in Joy, but I better stick with Tears of Laughter..LOL
    To be honest, I prefer Cries Out in Joy too, but you could go even safer and be Laughs out Loud. LOL



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    Laughs Out Loud... I like that too. LOL

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    This just in . . .

    "Turtle Winds Firewalker" is an anagram of:

    Wise New Fartkiller Turd!

    Think about it! We are through the looking glass here, people!
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    Ok I was away for 2 days and you guys crack me up...lol....THis is what I was told by an actual Shaman:

    A lot of people are self proclaimed, yet have not practised the art of Shamanism...I asked him to show me himself in dreamtime and he did not appear. So my guess is that he is not who he says he is...Real Shaman when you ask properly will show themself to you even after death....I would love to read it....

    Do with it what you will...lol...I told her I wanted a complete record...can't you just give me a print out...lol.
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    It's like every year we get one loon that comes to the boards to start shit with being some mysterious person that holds all these secrets, and just as quickly they vanish into the mist of uncertainty leaving everyone going, "Huh?".


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    Quote Originally Posted by havoc View Post
    Huh I didn't understand any of that. I feel like there must be something I'm missing from this story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaRaRamona View Post
    Huh I didn't understand any of that. I feel like there must be something I'm missing from this story.
    That's because you don't have an Indian name yet.

    I think you will do wonderfully with "Dabbles in War Paint".

    It fits much better than "Old Lodge Skins" in any case.

    Yours sincerely,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Subject_B View Post
    While we're here, for your amusement -

    http://www.native-languages.org/wrongnames.htm

    some of my favorites are :







    The East Germans made a Western about Techumseh portraying him as a Marxist-Lenninist hero. All of the Indians were played by Yugoslavians. I never realized how mountainous Northwestern Ohio is!

    I think we owe Native Americans a chance to get even.

    How about a remake of Goodfellas where all of the mobsters are played by Native Americans?

    Quote Originally Posted by okidoll View Post
    It's like every year we get one loon that comes to the boards to start shit with being some mysterious person that holds all these secrets, and just as quickly they vanish into the mist of uncertainty leaving everyone going, "Huh?".
    Did I mention that my second Indian name is "Knows-Who-Killed-Kennedy"?



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    Quote Originally Posted by okidoll View Post
    It's like every year we get one loon that comes to the boards to start shit with being some mysterious person that holds all these secrets, and just as quickly they vanish into the mist of uncertainty leaving everyone going, "Huh?".
    Vanish like a fart in the wind? Lol!
    My Indian name is Little Fawn. I cannot pronounce it in Quechan, my tribal language. I really wish I had listened to my great grandmother when she tried to teach me the language.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rosebud666 View Post




    Did I mention that my second Indian name is "Knows-Who-Killed-Kennedy"?
    Elvis, of course!


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    Quote Originally Posted by cindyt View Post
    See, he's different. While most prisoners come out born again, old Tuts came out re-raced.
    This time i hope he's E-rased.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nelliebean View Post
    Someone added "Hoax" to the thread title.

    Probably by our resident Native American " Takes No Shit".
    hahahahahahahaaaa

    Quote Originally Posted by Rosebud666 View Post
    That's because you don't have an Indian name yet.

    I think you will do wonderfully with "Dabbles in War Paint".
    Ah! It has all become clear!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rosebud666 View Post

    Did I mention that my second Indian name is "Knows-Who-Killed-Kennedy"?
    I thought it would be, He that was at the grassy knoll!

    I love, She Dabbles in War Paint...lol
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