Saturday, April 04, 2009

Chief Noc-A-Homa

"Chief Noc-A-Homa was the original mascot of the Milwaukee and Atlanta Braves from 1950s until 1986. The name was used for the "screaming Indian" sleeve patch worn on Braves jerseys. From at least the early 1960s, while still in Milwaukee County Stadium, until the early 1980s at Atlanta's Fulton County Stadium, this mascot "lived" in a tipi in an unoccupied section of the bleacher seats...The name was intended to be a playful variation of "Knock a Homer." The mascot's job was to exit his tipi and perform a dance whenever a Braves player would hit a home run."--Wiki

Wow that is quite possibly the strangest and most racist thing I have ever seen in my life. Here i was thinking the tomahawk thing they did was bad.

Autobiography of a Nation (live).mp3-Thursday


Anonymous Anonymous said...

There is nothing racist about this.


9:34 PM  

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