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    2. Siboney or ciboney (' cave dweller s' in classical Taino, Caribbean Indigenous Arawak language) was a town that was among the Aboriginal occupants of the Caribbean Sea West Indies. When the Spaniards arrived in America, the Siboney occupied territories in Western Cuba and in the western part of The Spanish (currently corresponding to Haiti). The siboney of the times of European conquest are also called Tainos-siboney and rents of the oldest siboneyes.

    3 Tequesta (also Tekesta, Tegesta, Chequesta, Vizcaynos) were a native American tribe. At the time of European first contact, they occupied an area along Florida's southeast Atlantic coast.

    4 The Tanos were the pre-Columbian inhabitants of the Bahamas, the Older West Indies and the north of the Lesser West Indies. It is a people that arrived from South America, specifically from the mouth of the Orinoco River, Venezuela passing from island to island, reducing or assimilating the oldest settlers,[1] [2] as the guanajatabeyes and the ciguayans whose cultures predate the arrival of the Tanos. The Taina language belongs to the macroarahuacana linguistic family, which stretches from South America across the Caribbean.

    5 The Boruca (also known as Brunca, Brunka or Brunkajc) are a Central American indigenous people native to Costa Rica. The tribe has approximately 2000 members, most of whom live in a territory in the province of Puntarenas south-east of the country. The ancestors of modern Boruca formed a group of villages that ruled most of the Osa Peninsula.

    6. The Lokono or Arawak are an Arawak people originating in the coastal areas of North South America. Today, approximately 10,000 Lokono live mostly along the coasts and rivers of Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname, Barbados and French Guyana. They speak the Arahuaco language, the eponymous language of the Arahuaca language family, as well as several Creole and English languages.

    6 The Chorotegas are an ethnic group from Honduras, Nicaragua and Costa Rica that has about 790 members.

    7. The Caribbean or Caribbean Culture were a people originating in America whose original core was in the Caribbean region and the North American coast. They lived in separate villages in the islands of Granada, Trinidad and Tobago, Dominica and St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Good navigators and skilled ship builders, they spoke the Caribbean language. They had a dominant position in the Caribbean basin because of their dominance of war.

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    Which one brought us Richmond?
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    Don't ask for classifications from me, I only like to guess people's origin and even that is mostly incorect, thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMaestro View Post
    Which one brought us Richmond?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1R0N M4N XL View Post

    2. Siboney or ciboney (' cave dweller s' in classical Taino, Caribbean Indigenous Arawak language) was a town that was among the Aboriginal occupants of the Caribbean Sea West Indies. When the Spaniards arrived in America, the Siboney occupied territories in Western Cuba and in the western part of The Spanish (currently corresponding to Haiti). The siboney of the times of European conquest are also called Tainos-siboney and rents of the oldest siboneyes.
    I had to read over that section a few times, felt like I had a stroke or something because they literally translated "La Espaola" (which was the original name of Hispaniola) into "The Spanish". I was like "The Spanish....what? Empire? Crown? Inquisition? Economic depression?" LMAO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMaestro View Post
    Which one brought us Richmond?
    I think he mentioned Cherokee

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    No human flourishes under slavery, though on the other hand many negroes are not fully human/capable of freedom/rational thought.
    Being a wild animal in Africa would be kinda cool though. They would't bear the burden of overcomplicated lifestyles with expectations left and right. Imagine just sleeping, hunting, eating, and fucking all day.
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    Borucas with masks.



    Quote Originally Posted by sean View Post
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    Being a wild animal in Africa would be kinda cool though. They would't bear the burden of overcomplicated lifestyles with expectations left and right. Imagine just sleeping, hunting, eating, and fucking all day.
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    The Chorotegas:







    Quote Originally Posted by sean View Post
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    No worries about like corrupt governments or having to get a shitty job for the rest of your life.
    Quote Originally Posted by Marmara View Post
    How is it white? They're latinas.

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