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Tuesday, January 31, 2006

"Nasdijj" admits he's Barrus

Posted By on Tue, Jan 31, 2006 at 11:47 AM

Just saw this on the LA Weekly's website, and thought I'd link it. White guy Timothy Barrus has admitted that he's the Native American memoirist Nasdijj. Kudos for Matthew Fleischer for connecting the dots.

UPDATE: I just noticed the LA Weekly's got a whole special section on their homepage called "Navahoax." This is exactly the kind of innovative, quick-thinking that I wish we had here in Vermont. Look, the content people and the design people and the web people got together and produced something cool! That's what I aspire to, breaking interesting stories in a new way, and then offering comprehensive coverage that's clever, informative and easy to find.

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