- Jul 2011
- Memphis, Tn.
The Texas Bar card she signed. Her inclusion of a supposedly Native American recipe in an Oklahoma cookbook. It was a thing for her. She made much more of it than most other people who talk about the NA heritage they share, which they know about because some relative told them. There's a paper trail. It shows a pattern, and she didn't own up to it in the first place. What we've known to this point is what the Boston Globe uncovered several years ago. This is new. I didn't think this was important before, but this is going to be a tar baby for her.
How much money did she she make from having her recipe included in that book?
Why would anyone give a fuck that "she made more of it that most other people?
I repeat. What are these advantages you guys are talking about? How exactly did it get her ahead? What did she make from it?