30th May 2013
Post reblogged from Mothafucker, I am excellent. with 14 notes
Da fuck do they feed Samoan men?! Listen, Dwayne and his cousin, hell one of them alone would eat me outta house and home.
I wouldn’t even care. That man could eat anything he wants. ;) My body has been ready Dwayne.
5th August 2012
Photo reblogged from Olympic Fashion with 140 notes
Athletes of American Samoa walk in the parade during the opening ceremony.
5th August 2012
Photo reblogged from Faces of Olympians with 5 notes
Ching-Maou Wei, 50m Freestyle Swimmer, Team American Samoa @ChingmaouWei (Taken with Instagram)
27th July 2012
Photo reblogged from Provocatoria with 191 notes
American Samoa in the Opening Ceremony Olympics 2012
25th April 2012
Link reblogged from Provocatoria with 5 notes
I am so salty right now. So salty, that I’m wondering how she can be a “fine example to young Samoans” if she doesn’t even look like young Samoans. If I needed a blonde haired white girl to be an example for me as a young Samoan, I could just buy Cosmo magazine. I’m really confused right now.
14th April 2012
Link reblogged from Provocatoria with 6 notes
I am struggling to keep up with the daily rhythm, and American Samoa was a challenge! With only 68,000 people, the territory doesn’t appear to support a robust media. Yes, there are public television and public radio stations, but from what I can tell the noncommercial airwaves are dominated by
Just FYI, Am. Samoa is slim on non profit media because lots of folks are there for the profit (monetary or religious, usually going hand in hand). My favorite part about critique of Am. Samoa, is that it always fails to recognize the roots of what folks perceive to be “cultural shortcomings”. It’s not a principle of Samoan culture to be anti-public media or profit driven, those things are purely colonial.