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 American Indians & the Weatherman


By Rutagengwa Claude Shema

Regional Coordinator

Great Lakes Peace Initiative (GLPI)


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American Indians & Weatherman
 -By Dr.Claude Shema-Rutagengwa

Great Lakes Peace Network(GLPN)

A tribe of American Indians on a reservation heard on their
radio that there would be a cold winter.  So they stacked up   plenty
of firewood.  The next week, they heard the weatherman announce
that there would be a severely cold winter.  So they stacked up
more firewood.  A week later, the   weatherman forecast that it would
be the coldest winter in recorded history.  Someone asked him how
he could make such a prediction.  He said, "because the Indians
know such things and they are stacking up firewood   like crazy."



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