The First Hipsters weren’t bike-riding coffee-sipping laptop-tapping iPhone-texting boys n’girls.

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on Jul 7, 2011
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So put away your ironic headdress, friend, and watch, and learn:

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2 Responses to “The First Hipsters weren’t bike-riding coffee-sipping laptop-tapping iPhone-texting boys n’girls.”

  1. cliffnebraska says:

    I'm a Ponca here in Lincoln, Ne and every time I see a little something native-related spring up here on Elephant I just think it's cool as heck. Thanks Waylon for remembering that us still-living natives do have a role and a place in the complicated landscape of modern America.

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