A Fiery Horse with the Speed of Light..

If you are of a certain age, this brief clip of Fred Foy, who passed away today, is priceless. The announcement begins at the 1:00 mark:

And with the word “Indian” starting to be reclaimed by Native Americans, it’s even less politically incorrect than it was 10 years ago..

Author: Keith Humphreys

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  1. The writers for the show seem to have dissented from its superficial denial of the tensions between whites and Indians: "Tonto" in Spanish means "madman," while "Kimosabe" sounds a lot like "qui no sabe": ignoramus.

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