Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Wanna Play Indian? Give Tamarack $8000

Greedy little creep, ain't he?

In 2002, the Yearlong program only cost $3600.

According to the Wisconsin State Journal, twelve out of fifteen people have quit the 2007-2008 Yearlong so far- a impressive number that almost beats the title holders from Yearlong 2002, which saw two survivors out of fourteen.

Can ya'll say "More money than sense"?

Look, we tried to warn you folks, and now each and every one of you twelve are out $8000 a piece. And Tamarack Song is laughing his racist, playing Indian, new ager ass off all the way to the bank. As the article clearly states, Tamarack and his phoney outdoor school aim to "teach traditional American Indian ways" - a racist, culturally imperialistic purpose if ever there was one. Only REAL Native American traditionals with deep roots in their own Nations can teach authentic, indigenous ways. Imagine if Tamarack claimed he could teach you traditional Jewish ways. The uproar would be pandemonious.

Dear god, white people! WTF??!!

Four are surviving year in the North Woods wild

Excerpts from the article by Ana Davis:

"THREE LAKES -- As dawn breaks over the icy North Woods, four shapes are beginning to stir inside a small, dark, birch bark shelter built deep in the heart of the forest. It's well below zero outside, and the trees and ground are covered in snow."

"The aim of the program, now in its eighth year, is to teach traditional American Indian ways and how to live in harmony with nature, without the comforts and distractions of the modern world."

"The tiny lodge, with its gently puffing campfire, earth floor strewn with pine needles and thatched walls covered with drying socks, has been home to Corley, Bastion Barucker, 24, and Armine Wetzel, 28, both of Germany, and Denise Bosak, 46, of Underwood, Minn., for the past nine months.

They are the last survivors of a group of fifteen who entered the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest in May on a yearlong wilderness program organized by the Teaching Drum Outdoor School in Three Lakes."

"Program cost: $8,000 for the year, including equipment, clothing and supplies Starting this year, the school will also offer monthlong internships for those who wish to experience living in the wilderness but cannot commit to a full year, at a cost of $850 per person."

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I believe they forgot to log the time they spend at Irish Waters Pub and Grill and Billy's Third Hole Tavern! Eating pizza, hamburgers, and fish fry's, not to mention the several pitcher's of beer they wash down thier taboo food! These people are all phoney liars, and employees at these establishments can verify this behavior, as buisness is lost when they walk in!!

3/14/2008 2:21 AM  
Blogger Nemeses said...

Yep, GQ, we know those places all too well. Damn fine fish frys! Not Kris Kringles on the desserts, though.

Truly, eating taboo food is part of the cult-deprogramming process for ex and soon-to-be ex-students.

If you're going into town more and more for the foodie-goodies, it's a sign of rapidly improving mental health.

As we are sure you know.

3/14/2008 5:29 PM  
Blogger Saladman said...

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9/28/2009 1:11 PM  
Anonymous helper said...

:-) I love the posts and really wish I could have seen the one that was removed. Everything Anonymous said is true. It boggles my mind what in the world you would be paying for with your $8000.
I saw the very same for years. Often you would run across rail thin, smelly "drummers" at Dairy Queen or Billy's slamming down ice cream or beer, huddled together trying to drown sorrows, confusion, etc. It has been that way from the beginning.

10/02/2011 7:56 AM  
Blogger Nemeses said...

Thanks, Helper.

Yes the dysfuntion begins and ends with anything Tamarack touches.

But that wee town of Three Lakes ... how it healed!

10/04/2011 5:38 PM  

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