John Potter bares all
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AUGUST 2, 2000

You wanted the best? Well, check back tomorrow.

But today, Indianz.Com has the exclusive on one of the most asked questions of the past few months.

John Potter, well known for his humorous columns which appear weekly in The Billings Gazette, has been the subject of debate ever since he brought up a taboo subject for the Montana paper.


He talked about big ones, small ones, nice ones, bad ones. In telling the story of three brave men driving 1,000 miles across Montana in one day, he offered us all words of encouragement about our own butts, inspring us to dream the wildest dreams.

"Let nothing, and no one, stand in your way," Potter wrote.

Of course, all the talk about butts left Indian Country wondering about the REALLY important question.

Just how big is John Potter's butt? Only Indianz.Com has the answer.

It has a mind of its has its own enrollment loves fry bread...

There's no escaping it. It's John Potters butt!

You can catch John Potter every Saturday in The Billings Gazette. Or, catch him here every Monday and in any other future exclusives.

Indianz.Com is not responsible for the bottlenecks downloading Potter's butt will cause to your computer systems.

Read Potter's Columns:
John Potter: The G-Spot (The Talking Circle 07/31)
John Potter: Shakespeare (7/24)
John Potter: Lions, bears, weddings, oh my (7/17)
John Potter: Hope for Crows (07/10)
John Potter: Alaska, odors, women (07/03)
John Potter: The Black Hills (06/26)
John Potter: Morals (06/19)
John Potter: Butts (06/12)
John Potter: Well, Whatever (06/05)

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