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American Indian Rapper SupaMan was just named as an MTV Artist of the Week

The news: Christian Parrish Takes the Gun. Remember his name.

The Apsáalooke American Indian hails from the Crow Nation Reservation near Billings, Mont., and on March 21, the MTV Iggy blog named him Artist of the Week from among hundreds of competitors.

What makes him special? Well, he raps under the name “SupaMan,” he sings, he makes crazy drum loops, he’s a champion powwow fancy dancer and sometimes, if you’re lucky, he does all four at the same time.

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I always reblog supaman

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Any time someone asks me if “I’m too old for that”, I just direct them to Advanced Style.

OMG YES

This is wonderful! Hoping to be one of them if I live long enough.

Love this kinda shit.

You know I’m kinda super excited to be a very eccentric old lady.

<3 <3 <3 <3 <3 Advanced Style

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Introducing Cher’s Virtual Closet From Clueless: It’s Yours Now


A gift has arrived for you. It’s a small gift, but it’s a kind and thoughtful gift, handpicked just for you: A company called Metail has finally created the outfit-selecting computer program from Clueless that Cher uses to select her clothes.

Via New York Magazine/The Cut

Things you didn’t remember you needed but totally did and now you have them: this. 1995 me is super stoked right now.

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dailydot:

Introducing Cher’s Virtual Closet From Clueless: It’s Yours Now

A gift has arrived for you. It’s a small gift, but it’s a kind and thoughtful gift, handpicked just for you: A company called Metail has finally created the outfit-selecting computer program from Clueless that Cher uses to select her clothes.

Via New York Magazine/The Cut

Things you didn’t remember you needed but totally did and now you have them: this. 1995 me is super stoked right now.

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Jesus had a lot of issue with powerful people using power over the powerless.
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Mary Fields, or Stagecoach Mary (c. 1832-1914)
Mary Fields was the first Black American woman to work for the US Postal Service.  Born into slavery, she started her almost ten-year tenure with the USPS at the age of 60 when she proved to be the fastest applicant to be able hitch a team of 6 horses.  She was so reliable in her mail deliveries that she was given the nickname “Stagecoach.”  When she couldn’t make use of her horse team due to snowfall, she would deliver the mail on snowshoe and carry the bags on her shoulders.
Mary cut an impressive and somewhat romantic figure: she was 6 feet tall, roughly 200 pounds, and armed with both a .38 pistol she carried under her apron and a jug of whiskey to chase away the chill of cold Montana weather.  She was a crack shot and smoked cigars, flummoxing the locals who didn’t know what to make of her.  Despite this reception, her heart was big: before her stint as Stagecoach Mary, she tried her hand at running a restaurant.  The restaurant eventually folded when she would feed anyone, regardless of whether or not they could pay for the food.  
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historyheroines:

Mary Fields, or Stagecoach Mary (c. 1832-1914)

Mary Fields was the first Black American woman to work for the US Postal Service.  Born into slavery, she started her almost ten-year tenure with the USPS at the age of 60 when she proved to be the fastest applicant to be able hitch a team of 6 horses.  She was so reliable in her mail deliveries that she was given the nickname “Stagecoach.”  When she couldn’t make use of her horse team due to snowfall, she would deliver the mail on snowshoe and carry the bags on her shoulders.

Mary cut an impressive and somewhat romantic figure: she was 6 feet tall, roughly 200 pounds, and armed with both a .38 pistol she carried under her apron and a jug of whiskey to chase away the chill of cold Montana weather.  She was a crack shot and smoked cigars, flummoxing the locals who didn’t know what to make of her.  Despite this reception, her heart was big: before her stint as Stagecoach Mary, she tried her hand at running a restaurant.  The restaurant eventually folded when she would feed anyone, regardless of whether or not they could pay for the food.  

More on Mary Fields here >

And here >