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#592263 --- 06/19/07 03:26 PM Re: Cayuga settlement offer - has anyone heard ? [Re: dwarren]
grinch Offline
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This could not be happening in New York State, or could it?

http://www.indianz.com/IndianGaming/2007/003489.asp

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#592681 --- 06/20/07 10:16 AM Re: Cayuga settlement offer - has anyone heard ? [Re: Laker]
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LOL. why don't you take your own addvice and get a job? Why would I need to deal cards, when I make money from the casino without doing anything. We own a part of our homeland again, it's a dream come true. How are you doing with your dreams? LOL
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#592789 --- 06/20/07 11:43 AM Re: Cayuga settlement offer - has anyone heard ? [Re: Okla.ndn]
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my dream is to retire after working 30 years as a teamster . no free ride for the working man , and proud of it . are you proud you get your so called living from gambling ?

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#593045 --- 06/20/07 10:17 PM Re: Cayuga settlement offer - has anyone heard ? [Re: Laker]
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Registered: 01/19/03
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Okla's probably proud he's on welfare, or gets paid to glean what he can from this forum, or gets paid from the quarters that drop on the casino floor. LOL His words make it obvious he's not proud to have paid his own way in life. But that's what tribalism breads.

Oh - PS - Hi Okla. Heard from Sworldt you had some inner strife in your tribal government. Just can't get your head on straight can ya?

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#593295 --- 06/21/07 10:38 AM Re: Cayuga settlement offer - has anyone heard ? [Re: Rich_Tallcot]
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Tricky Dicki:
The exact words were some problems. And i did not imply to what if any it may have been. Just wanted to see if you were trust worthy. As i suspected "NOT".
Dicki you were baited.
UCE UNTRUST WORTHY

Jump little fish. roflmao

But as i said you and i do agree the Cayuga's agreement will only fuel a legal battle between the two tribes and the community will be caught in the middle.


Edited by sworldt (06/21/07 11:02 AM)
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#593327 --- 06/21/07 11:27 AM Re: Cayuga settlement offer - has anyone heard ? [Re: Rich_Tallcot]
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Hey jerk if anyone is a welfare case it's you. Don't bother sending me your crap by p.m. I still see it as crap. And just for you I never got a thing from the Tribe until 3 years ago. I paid off my house and everything I have over 20 years ago. I work hard and make a good living growning and selling produce. I am looking to buy more land as I can't keep up with the demand on the land I now own. My wife and I have been together for over 28 years. How is your wife doing, oh that's right she kicked your sorry ass out. As for the Tribe, Paul won the election hands down. Now the losers are fighting it, but we knew they would. You might look at your self and try to get your head on straight before you talk about others. LOL
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#593925 --- 06/22/07 10:20 AM Re: Cayuga settlement offer - has anyone heard ? [Re: Okla.ndn]
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Thanks Okla:

Nice of you to get back on, like I said in the p.m., I don't have anything against anybody. We just have different philosophies. Glad my welfare bait got your goat. This thread was getting rather dull.

And - Sworldt: "some problems" regarding tribal elections is also called inner strife. As to what we agree on, I admit we agree. Nothing has changed. Both tribes were always at odds with each other and the community. But everything has changed. The tribes no longer have a land claim. Trust applications follow land claim settlements anyway. We're merely in the final stage, but the third rung on the ladder broke and the tribes are back to ground zero with a broken ladder.

Have a nice day.

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#593977 --- 06/22/07 12:12 PM Re: Cayuga settlement offer - has anyone heard ? [Re: Rich_Tallcot]
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Tribal elections maybe inner strife,but it didn't come from me.
As i stated i hadn't been in touch with the tribe much because, there were a few problems period with no explanation.

The only thing you and i agree on is the Cayuga's agreement is not a good one and should not be allowed.

As to any land claim being dead.As the Supremes told the tribes to apply for trust status which they are in fact doing.And as most reasonable people realize there will be trust land here,the only question is how much?

One indicator maybe seen on the recent ruling on the stone.It will keep turning.
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#593982 --- 06/22/07 12:17 PM Re: Cayuga settlement offer - has anyone heard ? [Re: Okla.ndn]
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Okla: As you noticed i haven't been in the forums much.It is more of the same. Some people don't care about anything but continuing the fight at all costs.In the end this will be settled and as most things it will be done without much involvement from any of us.
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#594758 --- 06/25/07 04:16 AM Re: Cayuga settlement offer - has anyone heard ? [Re: sworldt]
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Originally Posted By: sworldt
Okla: As you noticed i haven't been in the forums much.It is more of the same. Some people don't care about anything but continuing the fight at all costs.In the end this will be settled and as most things it will be done without much involvement from any of us.


Your right!!

http://www.indianz.com/IndianGaming/2007/003489.asp

Opinion: Investigate California gaming compacts:
"The road to ratification of tribal casino expansion deals leading to Sacramento and of the largest expansion of gambling in American history is littered with private deals, silenced communities, co-opted police, media, local governments and elected officials who have been summarily bought-off.

Our professional lifetime politicians are all on the take. I applaud the people who continue to fight for what they think is right. Most people lay down and let government and corruption walk all over them. This is all about money and nothing more.


Edited by justaxme (06/25/07 04:17 AM)
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#594888 --- 06/25/07 10:52 AM Re: Cayuga settlement offer - has anyone heard ? [Re: Rich_Tallcot]
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"I don't have anything against anybody." Then you should not be posting such crap as you did about me. We proved that the land deal was illegal. We may not have got any money but it paved the way for us to get land placed in trust. My opinion is that this Cayuga settlement offer is nothing more then a ploy to bring other Tribes to the table. The last governor was doing the same things as this one is. I don't see this offer going any place. Even if the locals pass it, it will never pass in congress without my Tribe being a part of it. Things are still going as planed. It may seem to you that we are back to ground zero, but we now have a s.c. rulling that the way is to have our land placed in trust. Oh by the way I haven't posted as much because I haven't seen much of anything worth my time. So we do agree on one thing. This thread is rather dull.
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#595014 --- 06/25/07 04:07 PM Re: Cayuga settlement offer - has anyone heard ? [Re: Okla.ndn]
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Love the huge ad in the paper
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#595669 --- 06/26/07 09:17 PM Re: Cayuga settlement offer - has anyone heard ? *DELETED* [Re: Okla.ndn]
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#595685 --- 06/26/07 09:56 PM Re: Cayuga settlement offer - has anyone heard ? [Re: Don L]
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Don: Since when do you resort to making threats against someone because they don't agree with you? I think your a jack a-- you care to threaten me as well. This just shows how simple minded and desperate you are. You have a good nite.
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#595686 --- 06/26/07 10:02 PM Re: Cayuga settlement offer - has anyone heard ? [Re: sworldt]
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You are apparently a female ,or a shemale .There were no "threats" involved in my post.Simply my opinion.Quit whining.

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#595688 --- 06/26/07 10:07 PM Re: Cayuga settlement offer - has anyone heard ? [Re: Don L]
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why don't you and your welfare boys group up,and come here and we can re enact what happened all those years ago...you got your azz handed to you,and that handled it.Then the commie liberals got all weepy and gave you what you have NO right to.We can settle this again,and it won't have anything to do with the communist courts,it will have everything to do with you not being able to defend yourselves.Come and get it big boy.

it will have everything to do with you not being able to defend yourselves.Come and get it big boy.

it will have everything to do with you not being able to defend yourselves.Come and get it big boy.

you want to try and bs again. I'm neither and i sure as he-- am not intimidated by the likes of you.
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#595689 --- 06/26/07 10:14 PM Re: Cayuga settlement offer - has anyone heard ? [Re: sworldt]
Don L Offline
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I can only repeat myself."intimidation" is a keyword of "statespeak" .Are you,by chance a state worker ?

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#595690 --- 06/26/07 10:16 PM Re: Cayuga settlement offer - has anyone heard ? [Re: Don L]
sworldt Offline
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so you can't bs your way out so your going to spin. UCE style.
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#595691 --- 06/26/07 10:18 PM Re: Cayuga settlement offer - has anyone heard ? [Re: sworldt]
Don L Offline
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answer my question,please.

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#595692 --- 06/26/07 10:19 PM Re: Cayuga settlement offer - has anyone heard ? [Re: Don L]
Don L Offline
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I am waiting...

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