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sirfrogsworth: The good news is that USPS has put considerable effort into a new tracking system.  The bad news is they might have overcorrected.  I signed up for email notifications for the status of my package. I’ve been getting 4 emails a day telling me where the box is. I didn’t think there was such a thing as too much tracking information, but they are giving it their best shot.  I’m worried my inbox is going to label them as spam soon. Dave just ran your package to the conveyor! Your package is on the truck. Steve is filling the truck with fuel. Pretty sure it’s diesel.  We can confirm it was diesel.  Steve just crossed the state line. If your package was contraband you have now committed a federal crime. Your package is at a rest stop. Steve was sleepy. Steve is back on the road! Currently listening to Fallout Boy. Do you like their new song? I think it’s catchy. Your package is now in Canada. Just kidding! It’s in Kansas. Steve is on your street! Steve is in your driveway! Steve is at your door! Knock knock.  Who’s there?  Your package!  Your package who?  Orange you glad I didn’t say banana? Also, sign here. Mission accomplished. Enjoy that dildo. Just kidding. We don’t know if it is a dildo. The x-ray was inconclusive. I’m just emailing you to say hi. : Several gay monsters @orcanist USPS tracking step 1. We're not sure it exists yet step 2. it's arrived sirfrogsworth: The good news is that USPS has put considerable effort into a new tracking system.  The bad news is they might have overcorrected.  I signed up for email notifications for the status of my package. I’ve been getting 4 emails a day telling me where the box is. I didn’t think there was such a thing as too much tracking information, but they are giving it their best shot.  I’m worried my inbox is going to label them as spam soon. Dave just ran your package to the conveyor! Your package is on the truck. Steve is filling the truck with fuel. Pretty sure it’s diesel.  We can confirm it was diesel.  Steve just crossed the state line. If your package was contraband you have now committed a federal crime. Your package is at a rest stop. Steve was sleepy. Steve is back on the road! Currently listening to Fallout Boy. Do you like their new song? I think it’s catchy. Your package is now in Canada. Just kidding! It’s in Kansas. Steve is on your street! Steve is in your driveway! Steve is at your door! Knock knock.  Who’s there?  Your package!  Your package who?  Orange you glad I didn’t say banana? Also, sign here. Mission accomplished. Enjoy that dildo. Just kidding. We don’t know if it is a dildo. The x-ray was inconclusive. I’m just emailing you to say hi.
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@Regrann from @theshaderoom - TSR STAFF: Avah T.! @avah_taylor Earlier this week, a woman was busted at JFK Airport attempting to smuggle 27 pounds of cocaine in her motorized wheelchair. ______________________________ The NY Daily News says that the woman, identified as 33-year-old Yoncela Stanley, arrived at JFK Airport Sunday (June 11) on a JetBlue flight from St. Lucia. ______________________________ A drug-sniffing K9 alerted U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents to the contraband hidden inside the wheelchair's back seat cushion, officials said. ______________________________ Upon further inspection, they discovered 10 bricks of cocaine with an estimated street value of-Read More At TheShadeRoom.com➡️ Follow @Dagenius_Jay33 FOR MORE ¯\_(ツ)_-¯ tag 3 friends to see this! dageniuscomedy @idontfuckwithyou1982 jay funny reblog retweet follow follow followme followers follower nyc newyork queensnyc nycqueens nycbrooklyn followhim lmao comment comments commentbelow popular instagood iphonesia nyc instamood picoftheday bestoftheday: Woman Busted Smuggling 27 lbs. Of cocaine In HertSR Wheelchair At JFK Airport @Regrann from @theshaderoom - TSR STAFF: Avah T.! @avah_taylor Earlier this week, a woman was busted at JFK Airport attempting to smuggle 27 pounds of cocaine in her motorized wheelchair. ______________________________ The NY Daily News says that the woman, identified as 33-year-old Yoncela Stanley, arrived at JFK Airport Sunday (June 11) on a JetBlue flight from St. Lucia. ______________________________ A drug-sniffing K9 alerted U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents to the contraband hidden inside the wheelchair's back seat cushion, officials said. ______________________________ Upon further inspection, they discovered 10 bricks of cocaine with an estimated street value of-Read More At TheShadeRoom.com➡️ Follow @Dagenius_Jay33 FOR MORE ¯\_(ツ)_-¯ tag 3 friends to see this! dageniuscomedy @idontfuckwithyou1982 jay funny reblog retweet follow follow followme followers follower nyc newyork queensnyc nycqueens nycbrooklyn followhim lmao comment comments commentbelow popular instagood iphonesia nyc instamood picoftheday bestoftheday
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<p>Black history month day 8: Union Soldier Cathay Williams.</p> <p>Cathay Williams was born in Independence Missouri to a free man and a slave woman. In that time, a child&rsquo;s slave/free status was determined by that of their mother&rsquo;s, so Cathay was born a slave. In the early stages of the Civil War, the place Williams lived was occupied by Union forces. Slaves that were captured by Union forces were known as &ldquo;contraband&rdquo; and were usually pushed into service for the war effort as cooks or nurses. Williams served these efforts as a cook starting when she was 17.</p> <p>On November 15, 1866, Cathay Williams enlisted in the army for a three year engagement as &ldquo;William Cathay&rdquo; and successfully passed herself off as a man. Her deception was discovered during a period of hospitalization two years later and she was discharged.</p> <p>Williams worked as a cook, a seamstress, and possibly the operator of a boarding house in the years following her military service. She applied for disability pension payments as a former soldier, something that have been given to previous women who posed as men during war efforts, but unfortunately was denied and died shortly thereafter. Her final resting place is unknown, but before she died she was able to give an account of her story and to this day she is the only known African-American woman to serve in the army during the Civil War.</p>: <p>Black history month day 8: Union Soldier Cathay Williams.</p> <p>Cathay Williams was born in Independence Missouri to a free man and a slave woman. In that time, a child&rsquo;s slave/free status was determined by that of their mother&rsquo;s, so Cathay was born a slave. In the early stages of the Civil War, the place Williams lived was occupied by Union forces. Slaves that were captured by Union forces were known as &ldquo;contraband&rdquo; and were usually pushed into service for the war effort as cooks or nurses. Williams served these efforts as a cook starting when she was 17.</p> <p>On November 15, 1866, Cathay Williams enlisted in the army for a three year engagement as &ldquo;William Cathay&rdquo; and successfully passed herself off as a man. Her deception was discovered during a period of hospitalization two years later and she was discharged.</p> <p>Williams worked as a cook, a seamstress, and possibly the operator of a boarding house in the years following her military service. She applied for disability pension payments as a former soldier, something that have been given to previous women who posed as men during war efforts, but unfortunately was denied and died shortly thereafter. Her final resting place is unknown, but before she died she was able to give an account of her story and to this day she is the only known African-American woman to serve in the army during the Civil War.</p>

<p>Black history month day 8: Union Soldier Cathay Williams.</p> <p>Cathay Williams was born in Independence Missouri to a free man and...

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