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Comment your dream holiday place 🌎 Mine : So much islands and countries but these last weeks the Barbados don’t leave my mind. I loveeeee soca music #caribbeangirl 👌🏾, so I definitively need to going there to live my best life. I already thought of a real mood in my mind, dancing on the beach like 🎵 bend over… practice, in my best bikini, with a coconut in the hand 😜🔥😂
That’s all for me 😅 have a blessed week my Queens 🧡
Commente ta destination de rêve pour cet été 🌎 Moi : impossible de faire un choix, y’a tellement d’îles et de pays que je rêve de visiter… mais ces dernières semaines je saoule Bae avec la Barbade. J’adore la Soca, donc cette île me tente fois 1000. Je m’imagine déjà sur la plage, avec mon maillot de bain en mode 🎵Bend over… practice , avec un noix de coco à la main 🥥 of course 😜🔥😂
Alala c’est tout pour moi 😅 que votre semaine soit bénie mes Queens 🧡
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The C.R. Patterson & Sons Company was a carriage building firm, and the first African American-owned automobile manufacturer.
The company was founded by Charles Richard Patterson, who was born into slavery in April 1833 on a plantation in Virginia. His parents were Nancy and Charles Patterson. Patterson escaped from slavery in 1861, heading west and settling in Greenfield, Ohio around 1862. At some point after his arrival in Ohio, Patterson went to work as a blacksmith for the carriage-building business, Dines and Simpson. In 1865 he married Josephine Utz, and had five children from 1866 to 1879. In 1873, Patterson went into partnership with J.P. Lowe, another Greenfield-based carriage manufacturer. Over the next twenty years, Patterson and Lowe developed a highly successful carriage-building business. In 1893 Patterson bought out J.P. Lowe’s share of the business and reorganized it as C.R. Patterson & Sons Company.
The company built 28 types of horse-drawn vehicles and employed approximately 10-15 individuals. While the company managed to successfully market its equine-powered carriages and buggies, the dawn of the automobile was rapidly approaching. CharlesPatterson left the successful carriage business to his son Frederick who in turn initiated the conversion of the company from a carriage business into an automobile manufacturer. The first Patterson Greenfield Car debuted in 1915 and was sold for $850. With a four-cylinder Continental engine, the car was comparable to the contemporary FordModelT.
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A$AP Rocky has indicated that he does not believe that race is playing a role in his prolonged detainment in a Swedish jail for the past three weeks for alleged assault, TMZ reveals.
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20-year-old Ray'Veontae Harris was live streaming on his phone during his daily walk when he spotted a young woman in crisis. She was leaning over the edge about to commit suicide. He pulled her slowly down so she wouldn't fall then stopped recording to comfort her. "I'm just a regular person - just trying to be a better person than I was the day before. I'm no hero at all," Harris said.
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My job on this planet is to tell the story, Our Story.
As men we’re often told to always be harder than hard, never show weakness.
But the truth of the matter is that if neglect our weaknesses, those very weaknesses can and will be the cause of our own sadness and destruction.
Any weaknesses we have as humans in general, can an will be attacked and tempted if not strengthened.
Think of it as if you only were to use your right hand, how strong will your left hand be?
I’m here to encourage all men to embrace our weaknesses. This is the only way we can begin to turn these weaknesses that we so often run run away from into strengths.