That's exactly the image you think of when you think of the pre-Columbus American Indians, isn't it?
I made a snarky reply, but upon further reflection, I could have come back with a two-word response.
Oh yeah, I'll bet dentistry with rocks as surgical implements was a big hit with the locals here in San Diego, circa 1490 AD. If that isn't a thing of great pride to throw in the face of the descendants of the Euro-invaders, nothing is.
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