Navajo lawmaker attempts to outlaw piracy on reservation
“Then someone comes along and takes what we worked so hard for and just steals it.”
Edmund Yazzie was playing in a hard rock Christian band three years ago when he got a call telling him a company was selling his band's CDs over the Internet and on the Navajo Nation. via Las Cruces Sun-NewsFull Story
#1 Nov 20, 2008
Since: Dec 08
#2 Dec 12, 2008
What genius names their kid Wooly?
#3 Jan 10, 2009
My momma. Smarter than you momma.
#4 Jan 1, 2013
They want to get rid of piracy? What the heck. You just described our Navajo Nation government (BCDS, Discretionary Funds Scandal, OnSat, etc....) If they want to get rid of piracy they first have to resign from their governmental positions. They have tupid outdated self-serving ideas.
Let the new educated Navajo(s) younger generation into the governemnt. Get rid of the old farts who are raping and pillaging our Governemnt. Arrrrg.
#5 Jul 7, 2013
The real pirates are already within the Navajo Nation government! Let's start with them.
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