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Jan 7, 2007 | 12:27 AM EST
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Hotdiggedydemon and Egoraptor team up to bring you "WE ARE NATIVE AMERICAN CATS"
This is a story about being true to yourself, and not forgetting that your heritage is a part of who you are.

The song at the end is "Make Your Own Kind of Music", Written by Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil, and performed by Robin Goldwasser. Enjoy!



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I could definitly see this as a show on comedy central, or maybe adult swim. Nickelodeon if it is toned down. Go pitch it!


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if this were ice cream it would be my favorite flavor... or something like that... no really, i loved the documentary thing.


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That was awesome. You have skill. It's true that it's up to us to rid the world of sterio-types. i loved it


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Damn that was good

That was one great flash you made there good sir. It was entertaining from beginning to end. One question. What's the name of the song and the artist whose sing the song at the end of the flash?


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Not a bad flash!

Myself, I think that it's a rather touching flash, despite inaccuracies.

In response to zhinka, who I hope doesn't mind if I fix up a little grammar in quoting her:
"Why do you mix southern tribal religions with northern ones? The use of sacred feathers on everyone shows you have no clue of their meaning. This is practically saying all us natives are the same with same beliefs, ideals and ways things are done."

1) Surely, you have to admit, it's the thought that counts.
2) Please explain which traditions mentioned here are Southern and which are Northern.
3) Hey, I'm Jewish, and while I've not had the experience myself, I've heard plenty of how Jews are treated in other parts of the world. Moreover, there are a few similarities between my culture and that of many Native American cultures. We were driven from our rightful land (and while it seems re-established, I don't fully agree with how it was done); our traditions were frowned upon, outlawed and mocked, and even perverted as grounds for mass killings - indeed, the majority of Christians didn't seem to mind much when these killings happened; we were shunted off to tiny enclaves and left to fend for ourselves; most of all, hatred towards us and our ways of life is still perpetuated through perverted lies and stereotypes.
The best way to stop these terrible murmurs is to explain the errors and carefully point out the mistakes - which you've done - but also to CORRECT the mistakes!