hey kevin, exploitation's nothing new, it's perfect disguise is your head dress and authentic moccasins, you seemed just like a righteous man, exposing our great land for what is, the ultimate grand larceny. but who would have thought that when you danced, dollar signs were in your eyes, above and beyond your large share in hollywood. you were a wolf in sheeps clothing to a wolf and a people and your bad actions by far outweigh the good. the theoretical "oh, we fucked over native americans" is no match for conciously stuffing your dick in. reservations are already a pathetic compensation as are the 'rights' we grudgingly give them. a casino could bethe only way to rejuvinate collapsed economies of reservation indians. but are profits from casinos enough compensation for the fact that we stuffed a huge nation of people into a few tiny towns and raped and murdered their traditions, stole their land and beat them down? the casinos are fucking corporate run, and initial check for the use of sacred burial grounds and the casino's fucking done giving back to the indian except for janitor jobs and garbage by the ton. (tough guy eight count) and old kevin is his own conglomerate. exploitation through a movie then through blackjack and roulette. don't attend or rent his shitty films, cuz his killing at the box office is not the only thing he has killed

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    General CommentI'm guessing the larry arms weren't a big fan of Dancing With Wolves.
    ikickedagirlon December 14, 2009   Link
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    General CommentKevin Coster & his brother built a casino called The Dunbar (after his character in Dances with Wolves) on sacred Lakota Sioux territory taken from the tribe by the government when gold was discovered. Despite a Supreme Court ruling which declared the tribe were the rightful owners of the land, the situation remains unresolved.
    xxyyzzon July 26, 2013   Link

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