RE: [-empyre-] multi-perspectival / cultural hegemony of space

> > > yeah, held the belief, lost the land.
> >
> > for the time being.
> lets hope for the best. i think it a fabulous irony (dunno if its irony
> exactly) that indian reservations in the u.s. are buildingp casinos to
> pray on, and profit from, one of white man's worst vices, and to sell
> cheap smokes screwing the tax man.

tit for tat.

> > their 'art' is still the best known from around here, internationally. i say 'art'
> because it
> > is/was something else for them.
> yeah, fully integratrated in their society, culture, and cookware for
> example.

yes. who says software art can't be useful?

they had no written language, so it was a kind of visual language of artifact. ensouled tech.

by the way, the natives around (how do you spell this?) the akwasagne nation are big into the
server business. i hear the u.s.a and canada ran one of the major internet lines between the
countries through akwasagne land and then the natives asked for certain exemptions to let them
keep it there. so that their servers now house most of the online casinos in north america.
either that or the bahamas or whatever. heard this from the head of aol canada. think they use
the natives' servers. they have a special 'space' in the law, so a special 'space' in


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