Indian optician in Oklahoma doesn't plan to retire

Johnnie Johnson, a member of the Absentee Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma, is celebrating 10 years of owning his own optician business.

Johnson opened his shop in Norman after years of working for others. One of his first major contracts was providing glasses for the Absentee Shawnee Tribe.

Johnson, 50, calls himself an "FBI' or Full-Blooded Indian. He said he has no plans to retire. "As long as I can keep the business on its feet, I'll be here," he tells The Norman Transcript.

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FBI and The Blue Cats (The Norman Transcript 9/11)