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St. George’s United Methodist Church, Philadelphia.

14: Best methodist church handicap walkway railing to skate? St. George’s United Methodist Church, Philadelphia.

railing: Pick A number and i'll answer it honestly. 1. Which of your legs is best 2. How much sand can you eat 3. Ever carved a curse word into 23. Bathtub of meat? a pumpkin? 4. Best pen trick 5. Who would God sleep with? 6. Wanna go ghost hunting in 6. Fav guys head/girls body combo 7. How many childs shoes fit into Mozambique? your shoe 8. 21. Do you miss Matchbox 20 22. What gun is your crush 24. Best cyberbully in history 25. What insect would you marry your dad's office 27. How was your trip to 28. Give my son a shitty name 29. What does Tony Hawk hate Favorite gold rush era disease 9. Most bees 10. Ever had a leadwich? 11. What dictator is secretly a good friend 12. Vape in the shower 13. Hate skin? 14. Best methodist church handicap walkway railing to skate. 15. Were you an extra in Transformers 4 16. Can you read 17. Favorite member of Eiffel 65 18. Ever tasted trash 19. Plan tohave siblings? 20. Do we need ribs 30. Current navy rank 31. You heard that one song where the guy says "panda" a lot? 32. Long or short lincoln logs? 33. Worst thing you've crashed into with a drone 34. Why does Adam Sandler smile so sad? 35. Handsomest pope 36. Favorite flavor pens 37. Weirdest thing surgeon left in you 38. Drugs 39.(T T) 40. How did you turn into this monster? I don't even know you anymore. <p>Venga, las 3 primeras preguntas en los comentarios las responderemos con sinceridad. </p>
railing: Pick A number and i'll answer it honestly.
 1. Which of your legs is best
 2. How much sand can you eat
 3. Ever carved a curse word into 23. Bathtub of meat?
 a pumpkin?
 4. Best pen trick
 5. Who would God sleep with? 6. Wanna go ghost hunting in
 6. Fav guys head/girls body
 combo
 7. How many childs shoes fit into Mozambique?
 your shoe
 8.
 21. Do you miss Matchbox 20
 22. What gun is your crush
 24. Best cyberbully in history
 25. What insect would you marry
 your dad's office
 27. How was your trip to
 28. Give my son a shitty name
 29. What does Tony Hawk hate
 Favorite gold rush era disease
 9. Most bees
 10. Ever had a leadwich?
 11. What dictator is secretly a
 good friend
 12. Vape in the shower
 13. Hate skin?
 14. Best methodist church
 handicap walkway railing to
 skate.
 15. Were you an extra in
 Transformers 4
 16. Can you read
 17. Favorite member of Eiffel 65
 18. Ever tasted trash
 19. Plan tohave siblings?
 20. Do we need ribs
 30. Current navy rank
 31. You heard that one song
 where the guy says "panda" a lot?
 32. Long or short lincoln logs?
 33. Worst thing you've crashed
 into with a drone
 34. Why does Adam Sandler smile
 so sad?
 35. Handsomest pope
 36. Favorite flavor pens
 37. Weirdest thing surgeon left in
 you
 38. Drugs
 39.(T T)
 40. How did you turn into this
 monster? I don't even know you
 anymore.
<p>Venga, las 3 primeras preguntas en los comentarios las responderemos con sinceridad. </p>

<p>Venga, las 3 primeras preguntas en los comentarios las responderemos con sinceridad. </p>

railing: The woman you're becoming will cost you people, relationships, spaces and material things. Choose her over everything. In school the only thing I got taught about African women, is that they were enslaved and took to the Americas. I always got told that the greatest women of the African diaspora were singers, or actors, sports stars or sex symbols. They never told me about the African queen Nefertiti who ruled alongside Akhenaten during the eighteenth dynasty. Nefertiti means, “The beautiful one has arrived.” They never told me that societies or civilisations where matriarchy was the dominant system, have had more peace than patriarchy. Or about Nyabinghi, the "hidden queen" who fought to free Africans from English slavery and rule. Also called Queen Muhmusa or Tahtahme, she inspired the Nyabinghi underpinnings of Rastafarianism. Or the Nupe women warriors called Isadshi-Koseshi who fought as fiercely as the men, opposing invasions of the Fulbe conquerers who raided the Nupe for cattles and slaves, especially women. Betty Shabazz, educator and civil rights advocate. Coretta Scott King was an American author, activist, and civil rights leader. Nanny of the Maroons, the obeah-woman from Ghana who went to Jamaica to be a high priestess and leader of her people, (never having been a slave). Nanny led the eastern Maroons based in Moreton, and forged an alliance with another group led by Cudjoe. Bell hooks, author, feminist and social activist. Or Angela Davis Black panther leader. Rosa parks the human rights activist. Brave Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, politician and South African rights activist, who fought against the evil Dutch police, when they thought it was okay to shoot Africans in the face, just because they were Black. These colonisers calling themselves Africans! Harriet Tubman freed slaves via the underground rail roads, Mary Seacole had her legacy copied by Florence nightingale. Assata shakur is still the only women on the FBIs most wanted list because she represents black power. I could go on all day as there are so many great role model women, why anybody is bothered about porn star types I'll never know. Please understand African women I love you and I value you. You are the most oppressed beings on the planet, yet you remain beautiful and I thank you. chakabars
railing: The woman you're becoming will cost
 you people, relationships, spaces and
 material things. Choose her over
 everything.
In school the only thing I got taught about African women, is that they were enslaved and took to the Americas. I always got told that the greatest women of the African diaspora were singers, or actors, sports stars or sex symbols. They never told me about the African queen Nefertiti who ruled alongside Akhenaten during the eighteenth dynasty. Nefertiti means, “The beautiful one has arrived.” They never told me that societies or civilisations where matriarchy was the dominant system, have had more peace than patriarchy. Or about Nyabinghi, the "hidden queen" who fought to free Africans from English slavery and rule. Also called Queen Muhmusa or Tahtahme, she inspired the Nyabinghi underpinnings of Rastafarianism. Or the Nupe women warriors called Isadshi-Koseshi who fought as fiercely as the men, opposing invasions of the Fulbe conquerers who raided the Nupe for cattles and slaves, especially women. Betty Shabazz, educator and civil rights advocate. Coretta Scott King was an American author, activist, and civil rights leader. Nanny of the Maroons, the obeah-woman from Ghana who went to Jamaica to be a high priestess and leader of her people, (never having been a slave). Nanny led the eastern Maroons based in Moreton, and forged an alliance with another group led by Cudjoe. Bell hooks, author, feminist and social activist. Or Angela Davis Black panther leader. Rosa parks the human rights activist. Brave Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, politician and South African rights activist, who fought against the evil Dutch police, when they thought it was okay to shoot Africans in the face, just because they were Black. These colonisers calling themselves Africans! Harriet Tubman freed slaves via the underground rail roads, Mary Seacole had her legacy copied by Florence nightingale. Assata shakur is still the only women on the FBIs most wanted list because she represents black power. I could go on all day as there are so many great role model women, why anybody is bothered about porn star types I'll never know. Please understand African women I love you and I value you. You are the most oppressed beings on the planet, yet you remain beautiful and I thank you. chakabars

In school the only thing I got taught about African women, is that they were enslaved and took to the Americas. I always got told that th...

railing: Would you try the luggage rail slide? Tag a friend that would do this! 🎥: @stevernyc
railing: Would you try the luggage rail slide? Tag a friend that would do this! 🎥: @stevernyc

Would you try the luggage rail slide? Tag a friend that would do this! 🎥: @stevernyc

railing: Because you need the cutest girl you have seen wearing orange, on your timeline D Qchakabars In school the only thing I got taught about African women, is that they were enslaved and took to the Americas. I always got told that the greatest women of the African diaspora were singers, or actors, sports stars or sex symbols. They never told me about the African queen Nefertiti who ruled alongside Akhenaten during the eighteenth dynasty. Nefertiti means, “The beautiful one has arrived.” They never told me that societies or civilisations where matriarchy was the dominant system, have had more peace than patriarchy. Or about Nyabinghi, the "hidden queen" who fought to free Africans from English slavery and rule. Also called Queen Muhmusa or Tahtahme, she inspired the Nyabinghi underpinnings of Rastafarianism. Or the Nupe women warriors called Isadshi-Koseshi who fought as fiercely as the men, opposing invasions of the Fulbe conquerers who raided the Nupe for cattles and slaves, especially women. Betty Shabazz, educator and civil rights advocate. Coretta Scott King was an American author, activist, and civil rights leader. Nanny of the Maroons, the obeah-woman from Ghana who went to Jamaica to be a high priestess and leader of her people, (never having been a slave). Nanny led the eastern Maroons based in Moreton, and forged an alliance with another group led by Cudjoe. Bell hooks, author, feminist and social activist. Or Angela Davis Black panther leader. Rosa parks the human rights activist. Brave Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, politician and South African rights activist, who fought against the evil Dutch police, when they thought it was okay to shoot Africans in the face, just because they were Black. These colonisers calling themselves Africans! Harriet Tubman freed slaves via the underground rail roads, Mary Seacole had her legacy copied by Florence nightingale. Assata shakur is still the only women on the FBIs most wanted list because she represents black power. I could go on all day as there are so many great role model women, why anybody is bothered about porn star types I'll never know. Please understand African women I love you and I value you. You are the most oppressed beings on the planet, yet you remain beautiful and I thank you. chakabars
railing: Because you need the cutest girl you have
 seen wearing orange, on your timeline D
 Qchakabars
In school the only thing I got taught about African women, is that they were enslaved and took to the Americas. I always got told that the greatest women of the African diaspora were singers, or actors, sports stars or sex symbols. They never told me about the African queen Nefertiti who ruled alongside Akhenaten during the eighteenth dynasty. Nefertiti means, “The beautiful one has arrived.” They never told me that societies or civilisations where matriarchy was the dominant system, have had more peace than patriarchy. Or about Nyabinghi, the "hidden queen" who fought to free Africans from English slavery and rule. Also called Queen Muhmusa or Tahtahme, she inspired the Nyabinghi underpinnings of Rastafarianism. Or the Nupe women warriors called Isadshi-Koseshi who fought as fiercely as the men, opposing invasions of the Fulbe conquerers who raided the Nupe for cattles and slaves, especially women. Betty Shabazz, educator and civil rights advocate. Coretta Scott King was an American author, activist, and civil rights leader. Nanny of the Maroons, the obeah-woman from Ghana who went to Jamaica to be a high priestess and leader of her people, (never having been a slave). Nanny led the eastern Maroons based in Moreton, and forged an alliance with another group led by Cudjoe. Bell hooks, author, feminist and social activist. Or Angela Davis Black panther leader. Rosa parks the human rights activist. Brave Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, politician and South African rights activist, who fought against the evil Dutch police, when they thought it was okay to shoot Africans in the face, just because they were Black. These colonisers calling themselves Africans! Harriet Tubman freed slaves via the underground rail roads, Mary Seacole had her legacy copied by Florence nightingale. Assata shakur is still the only women on the FBIs most wanted list because she represents black power. I could go on all day as there are so many great role model women, why anybody is bothered about porn star types I'll never know. Please understand African women I love you and I value you. You are the most oppressed beings on the planet, yet you remain beautiful and I thank you. chakabars

In school the only thing I got taught about African women, is that they were enslaved and took to the Americas. I always got told that th...

railing: BLACK GIRLS ARE THE DEFINITION oF NATIONAL GREATNESS BLACKTIVIST In school the only thing I got taught about African women, is that they were enslaved and took to the Americas. I always got told that the greatest women of the African diaspora were singers, or actors, sports stars or sex symbols. They never told me about the African queen Nefertiti who ruled alongside Akhenaten during the eighteenth dynasty. Nefertiti means, “The beautiful one has arrived.” They never told me that societies or civilisations where matriarchy was the dominant system, have had more peace than patriarchy. Or about Nyabinghi, the "hidden queen" who fought to free Africans from English slavery and rule. Also called Queen Muhmusa or Tahtahme, she inspired the Nyabinghi underpinnings of Rastafarianism. Or the Nupe women warriors called Isadshi-Koseshi who fought as fiercely as the men, opposing invasions of the Fulbe conquerers who raided the Nupe for cattles and slaves, especially women. Betty Shabazz, educator and civil rights advocate. Coretta Scott King was an American author, activist, and civil rights leader. Nanny of the Maroons, the obeah-woman from Ghana who went to Jamaica to be a high priestess and leader of her people, (never having been a slave). Nanny led the eastern Maroons based in Moreton, and forged an alliance with another group led by Cudjoe. Bell hooks, author, feminist and social activist. Or Angela Davis Black panther leader. Rosa parks the human rights activist. Brave Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, politician and South African rights activist, who fought against the evil Dutch police, when they thought it was okay to shoot Africans in the face, just because they were Black. These colonisers calling themselves Africans! Harriet Tubman freed slaves via the underground rail roads, Mary Seacole had her legacy copied by Florence nightingale. Assata shakur is still the only women on the FBIs most wanted list because she represents black power. I could go on all day as there are so many great role model women, why anybody is bothered about porn star types I'll never know. Please understand African women I love you and I value you. You are the most oppressed beings on the planet, yet you remain beautiful and I thank you. chakabars
railing: BLACK GIRLS ARE THE DEFINITION
 oF NATIONAL GREATNESS
 BLACKTIVIST
In school the only thing I got taught about African women, is that they were enslaved and took to the Americas. I always got told that the greatest women of the African diaspora were singers, or actors, sports stars or sex symbols. They never told me about the African queen Nefertiti who ruled alongside Akhenaten during the eighteenth dynasty. Nefertiti means, “The beautiful one has arrived.” They never told me that societies or civilisations where matriarchy was the dominant system, have had more peace than patriarchy. Or about Nyabinghi, the "hidden queen" who fought to free Africans from English slavery and rule. Also called Queen Muhmusa or Tahtahme, she inspired the Nyabinghi underpinnings of Rastafarianism. Or the Nupe women warriors called Isadshi-Koseshi who fought as fiercely as the men, opposing invasions of the Fulbe conquerers who raided the Nupe for cattles and slaves, especially women. Betty Shabazz, educator and civil rights advocate. Coretta Scott King was an American author, activist, and civil rights leader. Nanny of the Maroons, the obeah-woman from Ghana who went to Jamaica to be a high priestess and leader of her people, (never having been a slave). Nanny led the eastern Maroons based in Moreton, and forged an alliance with another group led by Cudjoe. Bell hooks, author, feminist and social activist. Or Angela Davis Black panther leader. Rosa parks the human rights activist. Brave Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, politician and South African rights activist, who fought against the evil Dutch police, when they thought it was okay to shoot Africans in the face, just because they were Black. These colonisers calling themselves Africans! Harriet Tubman freed slaves via the underground rail roads, Mary Seacole had her legacy copied by Florence nightingale. Assata shakur is still the only women on the FBIs most wanted list because she represents black power. I could go on all day as there are so many great role model women, why anybody is bothered about porn star types I'll never know. Please understand African women I love you and I value you. You are the most oppressed beings on the planet, yet you remain beautiful and I thank you. chakabars

In school the only thing I got taught about African women, is that they were enslaved and took to the Americas. I always got told that th...

railing: Let me just jump off this second story railing, WCGW?
railing: Let me just jump off this second story railing, WCGW?

Let me just jump off this second story railing, WCGW?