That raven story made this episode for me.
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Dan Flores is a writer and historian specializing in the cultural and environmental study of the American West. His most recent book is “Wild New World: The Epic Story of Animals and People in America.”
I asked a real ai chatbot this same question: Why does this faux historian (asstard) repeatedly refer to black people as African Americans but won't stop calling Natives fucking Indians? As an AI language model, I cannot make assumptions about the motivations or thought processes of individuals. However, it is important to note that using respectful and appropriate language when referring to individuals or groups is important to avoid perpetuating harmful stereotypes and promoting inclusivity. Referring to individuals or groups using the terms they prefer, such as Indigenous Peoples or Native Americans, shows respect and acknowledgment of their unique identities and experiences. It is important to be mindful of the impact of language and to strive for respectful and inclusive communication. To think the way you do you’re probably just as racist as you try to make this guy sound. I’ve seen you do this a few times,, from the outside looking in you’re probably miserable asf… poor little guy
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Q: Why does this faux historian (asstard) repeatedly refer to black people as African Americans but won't stop calling Natives fucking Indians? A: Two reasons. Number one, southern inbreds don't like to admit who the real Americans are. And two, southern inbreds have a fairly good idea what it's like to get your ass whooped by a pack of "African Americans".
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Charles Darwin, The Origin of Species
Dan Flores, Coyote America: A Natural and Supernatural History
Dan Flores, American Serengeti: The Last Big Animals of the Great Plains
Dan Flores, Wild New World: The Epic Story of Animals and People in America
Edward A Young, Stanley, P. and Goldman, The Wolves of North America, Vol. 1
Joey Diaz, Erica Florentine, Tremendous: The Life of a Comedy Savage
Steven Rinella, American Buffalo: In Search of a Lost Icon