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Posted by MJ Madrid, on 17-09-2012 12:35,
1. The sad thing is . . . .
. . . that Native people have always been aware of UFOs because we spend time in nature. They're easier to see away from light polluting cities and on cloudless nights in rural New Mexico or Arizona the sky seems almost alive. 
 
The sad thing is that when Native people report these sightings they are usually scoffed at and accused of drinking.  
 
It's a shame we can't get away from old stereotypes. One day we'll all know what these UFO are and maybe even where they come from, but I personally would never report one to the autorities.
 
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