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I dont think the nation of India or its people have anything to do with the skywalk above the 'grand canyon'. maybe the eskimos could help.

This shit irritates the hell out of me. there are a lot of cultures native to the americas, Indians are NOT one of them. India is not near geographically to the US (or inside the boundries of the US).
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/India

Please DO NOT continue to disrespect the cultures of the various native nations of north america by calling them "indians".

Indians are a proud and good culture too. But they are a totally different culture. This is 5th grade material kids.

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unfortunately, we live in a classifying society
everything must fit into a catagory by some certain standard. i believe that they (i don't know who they are) have redefined the politically correct way of classifying people recently.
Asian Indian
American Indian
these and other terms are found in some census forms and school applications (to see if you qualify for certain minority grants)
there is no sense in losing your temper over a few words. it is easier and nicer to just inform people, and move on knowing that they hopefully will not make the same mistake. not many people spend their time staying up on current classifications.
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haha,

my dad knows the las vegas developer who paid for it ( my dad owns the law firm that his company uses) his name is David Jin

and they call them the Hualapai Indians so i do believe you are wrong although im not gonna waste my energy to battle out what we should call them, i'm just suggesting that this would be really cool.

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