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Brown was born in Virginia in In , Brown's family was broken apart when they were all sold to different slave owners; Clara was sold to a plantation owner in Kentucky. When Brown was 56 years-of-age, she received her freedom and required by law to leave the state.

She worked her way west as a cook and laundress to Denver, Colorado. Brown settled in the mining town now called Central City, Colorado where she worked as a laundress, cook and mid-wife. With the money she made, she invested in properties and mines in nearby towns. Known as "Aunt Clara" for her emotional and financial support, Brown was a founding member of a Sunday school , made her home available for prayer services and generously supported the community.

At the end of the Civil War, Brown could freely travel and liquidated all of her investments to travel to Kentucky to find her daughter. Although she was unsuccessful, she paid the way for 16 or more relatives and others who were former slaves to move to Colorado.

Finally in she reunited with Eliza Jane and Eliza Jane's daughter. In , the last year of her life, Clara Brown was voted into the Society of Colorado Pioneers for her role in Colorado's early history. Clara Brown was born into slavery near Independence, Missouri on January 1, She was then moved with the Smith family to Kentucky.

Clara married a slave named Richard at 18 years of age. Together they had four children: Sadly at 8 years of age Paulina, the twin sister to Eliza Jane, drowned. In their owner, Ambrose Smith, died. To settle the estate Brown's family was brought to a slave auction, sold separately and sent to different, distant locations. A plantation owner from Kentucky, George Brown, sensed her intelligence and strength and placed high bids to attain her.

At the age of 56 Clara Brown was granted her freedom, [2] as stipulated in George Brown's will. She left the state upon receiving her freedom according to a Kentucky law. In our little community everyone knew everyone else, whatever might be the positive differences in social position.

In this connection I might speak of Aunt Clara Brown. She was raised in old Kentucky, and with, her won freedom secured after years of persistent, patient toil, when well along in life she joined the procession of gold seekers to Gregory gulch.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other people named Clara Brown, see Clara Brown disambiguation. Colorado Women's Hall of Fame. Caroline Bancroft Hendrika B. Urioste Zita Weinshienk Linda Alvarado. Rothenberg Shari Shink Judith B. Retrieved from " https: Views Read Edit View history. This page was last edited on 8 May , at By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

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You tell him Danny. He is more than welcome to stay in the cesspool he lives in North of the Valley. The author is a terrible researcher…. And 2 of your main criteria is that a city is dense and that houses are expensive?

You really have no clue. We are very rich with our cultural area that draw people from all over the world. A short drive from downtown Cortez you can be high on the top of mountains or go a short in a different direction and you are in the desert southwest.

We are proud of our town it you want gangs and a feeling of being just another face in a crowd go to the top rated towns. Cortez CO I am proud to call you home! I agree with you! I live out on Totten road, and I have Phils world, a top rated mountain biking course less than a mile away. We have an amazing Recreational center, we have a brand new high school, better than most others in our area, I could go on, and on.

Hi, I actually googled this so I could check out where people do not want to live as this is more where I would want to live.

Glad I see all these supportive comments. I am looking for my forever home. Smaller town, mountains creek or any water if possible mostly the rock. I am on a tight budget. Any ideas if can buy or rent in your town or area towns. I need lower humidity it is in minutes here in Midwest. I have to take exception to your list.

Data is not all there is to a town. And I have never lived in either. BUT I would live in either. Pueblo has probably some of the best food statewide, the people are friendly and the riverwalk is home to many awesome events each year.

It like any town has a bad side, but for the most part I love this town. And Grand Junction is its own world! It has beauty, personable people the best wine and peaches around and the best food too. So take another look. Colorado and Raised My own family here. I find its as nice here as it is in Your town which I myself have visited. I particularly would much rather live in a small town on the western slope enjoying outdoor activities, where my dog can pee on real grass, than live in a place where there is more concrete than dirt and it costs an arm and leg to park my car after getting stuck in traffic for 45 mins trying to drive 5 miles.

I have lived in the Pueblo area for most of my life. I moved to Arizona and Texas for a short time, but I came home. I resent the implication that everyone in Colorado buys weed and smokes it. None of the numbers that are in the article fit my life, house, or neighborhood.

Shame on you for writing your article, without really checking out the facts. Surveys only tell the person who designed the survey what they wanted to know. The best place that I have ever lived. We are from Michigan. I saw on CNN that it was one of the top economically places to live in the U.

Would you be able to contact me by e-mail to give me a little more info on Pueblo? Not a lot of decent jobs here at all, not any really decent wages to speak of unless you might be a doctor, lawyer, or other business professional.

You definitely do NOT want to live anywhere around the east side. There is a lot of crime and police are definitely overwhelmed. We moved here probably after reading the same article you did and were very disappointed. We are very happy with the weather, though.

That was the selling point for us. Hi Chad, I am from Michigan and lived in Pueblo for 20 years, loved it. If you can get a good job and live here, you will love it too. We had to move to Denver to keep employed but hope to move back to Pueblo when we retire; we miss the neighborhoods, the cultural diversity, the zoo, the parks, historic downtown, the art community, easy to get around, no traffic, so close to the mountains and of course, our friends.

If you watch CNN you must be a libtard. Michigan sucks so stay there. You are not welcome here in Colorado. Mary Morris, That sounds like heaven! I live in pueblo and I like living here all the places this writer says is the best places to live in Colorado are all places where the rich live.

The writers certainly have never visited any of the places but simply looked at the numbers published, which are usually not too accurate. Small cities allow you to not only know your neighbors well, but also most everyone living there, a definite advantage when raising children. Grew up in Alamosa, and the area south of the tracks is dangerous. The economy sucks there. I left as soon as I could. There is a large jail and a youth correctional center. My senior year of high school we got to go on a field trip there lol cause there is nowhere else to go but the Sand Dunes and Alligator Farm I suppose.

The area has nice scenery though and the other communities in the San Luis Valley are nice. The only one that surprised me was Delta. It has a nice down town area and seems like a some what pleasant place. Also before you slam a good place remember where you live now!!!! I guess that Christian life your mom tried to instill in you at such an early age did no good!

Another thing to remember you never know who reads these things and who might know who you are and who knows your family. Nick, I lived on the south side of Alamosa from the age of three until I was eleven years old. Then we moved out of town, north of Alamosa about 15 minutes.

As far as all the supposed friends I have disgraced by my comments, I am so very sorry. But I may make more negative comments in the future so I can actually hear from you more often. Low population densities and low home prices are positives, not negatives. This article is all wrong. The cities they listed are actually great places. Low population density is a huge plus along with low home prices. And part of being in Colorado is being outdoors — so why do you need tons to do in your town.

Also, visit some of these places. Montrose, Grand Junction and Delta have some of the mildest winter weather in the state. Add in the views — how can you beat them?

The the best places — all high dollar. Wow, just wow on this article. I am from Colorado born and raised in Grand Jct. I do not want to view my home in the way the writer writes about it. However I have to agree with some of it as well. I miss the beauty of all the green trees and foliage. I and my family had to move to Utah just to get above the poverty line. However my home town will always be part of my heart, soul, and blood.

And as the local superstition goes I did not take any dirt with me I hope to return some day. You, Nick Johnson, are an idiot..

I have an idea….. You will have to pass through many of those towns you mentioned. I wonder where you live Mr Nick Johnson. I think the guy who wrote this is kind of a douchebag. If hegot off his bum and aactually saw and experienced the places he wrote about maybe he would be more knowledgeable and not sound like an idiot. I do agree there is crime here as there is everywhere but if you avoid the people who have drama and are into drugs n major alcoholics you can avoid some bs.

Yes bad stuff does occasionally happen to completely innocent ppl. Pueblo has a cool history and is a beautiful place if you open your eyes and look. What kind of scientific data is that. I took one look at the population density i. I am sure that those that live in the low population area are getting exactly what they want.

This whole article is crap! Hard to know where to start with this rubbish. The writing is on 3rd grade par with E L James. The stats are severely dated unlike the author? The assumptions are juvenile. His general unhappiness with life is vomited on to his keyboard.

I could eat a bowl of Alpha-bits and crap out better drivel than this. A few observations as a writer and, beside the point, a life-long Coloradan born in Cortez 1 This article is to get attention, notoriety. For whoever wrote this —it is not worth scrolling back up to see a name or a gender—any response is success. This is some census figures thrown into a Excel spreadsheet and sorted, to support a narcissistic opinion. Throw in a couple online images, and maybe Photoshop a couple birds out.

Let us all know when the public reading is. Morgan Freeman may be available…I hope you are proud of yourself. Journalism has always had the potential for deceit, bias, histrionics, etc. The internet gives it the opportunity to be worthless yet relevant, more a factor of boredom than anything else. I hope we are proud of ourselves. I am so not proud of myself. I have to disagree that Cortez is the 8th worse place to live.

I lived in Cortez from I think Cortez offers the nice small town feel. Cortez offers both mountain and desert scenery. Cortez has a lot of great cultural experiences as well as good food.

I left Cortez for better employment opportunities. As much as I like to visit I personally would not raise a family in Cortez. The biggest devalue to Cortez is all these marijuana shops popping up all over the place, which brings in the crime promotes the ever increasing drug culture.

Cortez will probably never get a hold of the drug problem unless they get some common sense politicians to reverse the current laws.

This writer probably has never been to any of these cities he has mentioned. I find this review to be inaccurate and lacking in facts. The criteria used, especially population density, seem to swayed to big city think upper northeast living.

Space is appreciated in Colorado. My family has only lived in Colorado since April. We moved here from Utah for my husbands job. The congestion and expensive apartments we live in a SMALL 2 bedroom apartment in the middle of the city and pay a month!! We love smaller towns and are trying to find somewhere in Greeley or Evans to move to.

Alamosa does NOT have a prison! How much of the rest of this article is bull?? Had you really visited any of these cities, you would have discovered communities with character, quality of life and devoted residents — not simply an opportunity to exercise juvenile humor.

You could have a great one here in Greeley. La Junta is a very quiet, friendly town. It also included Ordway area. I traveled all over CO for meetings, trainings, etc. I never went to a place I did not like or find interesting.

I am sure this is one of many research projects about CO. I do not know? Then it comes up with the answers they know are right. Every medical, social, school, enviromental etc. You are all right they have apparently never lived in CO or maybe never visited either. We know the true answer without a rating. Really ssome of these towns on here a are actually just really nice little quiet towns. Of course a small town is gonna have less budget for its schools.

I grew up in Trinidad and must say it was one of-the happiest time of my life. The people are very welcoming warm and real. They have some of the best food you can find.

The guest of Legends is one of the most beautiful drives you will ever take. Sure there is crime and legal weed. School was laid back and and I went on to be a nurse at the Jr. Forty years I worked at this profession. It allowed me to raise my children and they always had good food on the table. I go back and visit at least once a year and still want more. I would retire there if my children and grandchildren live close.

All of my memories are the best. You have many different nationalities living in this small town so you learn the many ways of life of others. In , Rice received the U. In August , Rice received the U. Air Force Academy's Thomas D. The White House claimed executive privilege under constitutional separation of powers and cited past tradition.

Under pressure, Bush agreed to allow her to testify so long as it did not create a precedent of presidential staff being required to appear before United States Congress when so requested. Rice was a proponent of the invasion of Iraq. But we don't want the smoking gun to be a mushroom cloud. In October , Rice was named to run the Iraq Stabilization Group, to "quell violence in Iraq and Afghanistan and to speed the reconstruction of both countries.

Leading up to the presidential election , Rice became the first National Security Advisor to campaign for an incumbent president. She stated that while: After the invasion, when it became clear that Iraq did not have nuclear WMD capability, critics called Rice's claims a "hoax", "deception" and "demagogic scare tactic". Attorney General Eric Holder , [93] and many senior politicians, including U.

In Rice, Vice President Dick Cheney and Attorney General John Ashcroft met with the CIA again and were briefed on the use of waterboarding and other methods including week-long sleep deprivation , forced nudity and the use of stress positions. The Senate report says that the Bush administration officials "reaffirmed that the CIA program was lawful and reflected administration policy". The Senate report also "suggests Miss Rice played a more significant role than she acknowledged in written testimony to the Senate Armed Services Committee submitted in the autumn.

In a conversation with a student at Stanford University in April , Rice stated that she did not authorize the CIA to use the enhanced interrogation techniques. Rice said, "I didn't authorize anything. I conveyed the authorization of the administration to the agency that they had policy authorization, subject to the Justice Department's clearance.

That's what I did. And so, by definition, if it was authorized by the president, it did not violate our obligations under the Conventions Against Torture. On January 26, , the Senate confirmed her nomination by a vote of 85— Rice and the Bush administration accountable for their failures in Iraq and in the war on terrorism. Senator Robert Byrd voted against Rice's appointment, indicating that she "has asserted that the President holds far more of the war power than the Constitution grants him.

As Secretary of State , Rice championed the expansion of democratic governments and other American values: As Secretary of State, Rice traveled heavily and initiated many diplomatic efforts on behalf of the Bush administration; [] she holds the record for most miles logged in the position.

Within the world of the show, Donaghy had had a relationship with Rice during the show's first season. In October , Rice was selected to be one of the 13 inaugural members of the College Football Playoff selection committee. There had been previous speculation that Rice would run for the Republican nomination in the primaries, which she ruled out on Meet the Press. On February 22, , Rice played down any suggestion that she may be on the Republican vice presidential ticket, saying, "I have always said that the one thing that I have not seen myself doing is running for elected office in the United States.

Republican strategist Dan Senor said on ABC's This Week on April 6, , that "Condi Rice has been actively, actually in recent weeks, campaigning for" the vice presidential nomination. He based this assessment on her attendance of Grover Norquist 's Americans for Tax Reform conservative leader's meeting on March 26, Rice, who spoke to Clinton after her selection, said Clinton "is someone of intelligence and she'll do a great job".

Rice's policy as Secretary of State viewed counter-terrorism as a matter of being preventative, and not merely punitive.

In an interview on December 18, , Rice stated: If they succeed in committing their crime, then hundreds or indeed thousands of people die. That's why you have to prevent, and intelligence is the long pole in the tent in preventing attacks.

Rice has also been a frequent critic of the intelligence community's inability to cooperate and share information, which she believes is an integral part of preventing terrorism. In , one year after Osama bin Laden told Time "[h]ostility toward America is a religious duty," [55] and a year before the September 11 terrorist attacks , Rice warned on WJR Detroit: One of the problems that we have is a kind of split responsibility, of course, between the CIA and foreign intelligence and the FBI and domestic intelligence.

Rice also has promoted the idea that counterterrorism involves not only confronting the governments and organizations that promote and condone terrorism, but also the ideologies that fuel terrorism. In a speech given on July 29, , Rice asserted that "[s]ecuring America from terrorist attack is more than a matter of law enforcement.

We must also confront the ideology of hatred in foreign societies by supporting the universal hope of liberty and the inherent appeal of democracy. In January , during Bush's second inaugural ceremonies , Rice first used the term " outposts of tyranny " to refer to countries Rice thought to threaten world peace and human rights. She identified six such "outposts" in which she said the United States has a duty to foster freedom: Rice said "If you go back to when I helped the president in the campaign.

I said that I was, in effect, kind of libertarian on this issue. And meaning by that, that I have been concerned about a government role in this issue. I am a strong proponent of parental choice—of parental notification. I am a strong proponent of a ban on late-term abortion. These are all things that I think unite people and I think that that's where we should be. I've called myself at times mildly pro-choice.

Rice said she believes President Bush "has been in exactly the right place" on abortion, "which is we have to respect the culture of life and we have to try and bring people to have respect for it and make this as rare a circumstance as possible". However, she added that she has been "concerned about a government role" but has "tended to agree with those who do not favor federal funding for abortion, because I believe that those who hold a strong moral view on the other side should not be forced to fund" the procedure.

In March Rice joined and appeared in video spots for the Ban Bossy campaign, a television and social media campaign designed to ban the word "bossy" from general use because of its harmful effect on young girls. Condoleeza Rice supported the comprehensive immigration plan backed by the Bush administration and shared that it was among her regrets that it did not pass through Congress.

Rice says that she became a "Second Amendment absolutist" due to her experience of growing up in Birmingham and facing threats from the KKK. While Rice does not support same-sex marriage, she does support civil unions. In , Rice stated that she believed "marriage is between a man and a woman But perhaps we will decide that there needs to be some way for people to express their desire to live together through civil union.

In May , Rice said she was opposed to the removal of Confederate monuments and memorials or the renaming of buildings named after Confederate generals.

When you start wiping out your history, sanitizing your history to make you feel better, it's a bad thing. Rice experienced firsthand the injustices of Birmingham's discriminatory laws and attitudes. She was instructed to walk proudly in public and to use the facilities at home rather than subject herself to the indignity of "colored" facilities in town.

As Rice recalls of her parents and their peers, "they refused to allow the limits and injustices of their time to limit our horizons. However, Rice recalls various times in which she suffered discrimination on account of her race, which included being relegated to a storage room at a department store instead of a regular dressing room, being barred from going to the circus or the local amusement park, being denied hotel rooms, and even being given bad food at restaurants.

A neighbor, Juliemma Smith, described how "[Condi] used to call me and say things like, 'Did you see what Bull Connor did today? I would have to read the newspaper thoroughly because I wouldn't know what she was going to talk about. I missed many days at my segregated school because of the frequent bomb threats. During the violent days of the Civil Rights Movement , Reverend Rice armed himself and kept guard over the house while Condoleezza practiced the piano inside. Chestnut , Reverend Rice called local civil rights leader Fred Shuttlesworth and his followers "uneducated, misguided Negroes.

I would be able to confront white society on its own terms. Rice was eight when her schoolmate Denise McNair, aged 11, was killed in the bombing of the primarily black Sixteenth Street Baptist Church by white supremacists on September 15, Rice has commented upon that moment in her life:. I did not see it happen, but I heard it happen, and I felt it happen, just a few blocks away at my father's church.

It is a sound that I will never forget, that will forever reverberate in my ears. That bomb took the lives of four young girls, including my friend and playmate, Denise McNair. The crime was calculated to suck the hope out of young lives, bury their aspirations.

But those fears were not propelled forward, those terrorists failed. Rice states that growing up during racial segregation taught her determination against adversity, and the need to be "twice as good" as non-minorities. Rice has appeared four times on the Time , Time magazine 's list of the world's most influential people.

Rice is one of only nine people in the world whose influence has been considered enduring enough to have made the list—first compiled in as a retrospective of the 20th century and made an annual feature in —so frequently. However, the list contains people who have the influence to change for better or for worse, and Time has also accused her of squandering her influence, stating on February 1, , that her "accomplishments as Secretary of State have been modest, and even those have begun to fade" and that she "has been slow to recognize the extent to which the U.

In and , she was ranked as the most powerful woman in the world by Forbes magazine and number two in following the Chancellor of Germany , Angela Merkel. Citing her role in authorizing the use of so-called " enhanced interrogation techniques ", Human Rights Watch called for the investigation of Rice "for conspiracy to torture as well as other crimes. During Rice's confirmation hearing for US Secretary of State in January , Boxer stated, "I personally believe—this is my personal view—that your loyalty to the mission you were given, to sell the war, overwhelmed your respect for the truth.

On January 11, , Boxer, during a debate over the war in Iraq , said, "Now, the issue is who pays the price, who pays the price? I'm not going to pay a personal price.

My kids are too old, and my grandchild is too young. You're not going to pay a particular price, as I understand it, within immediate family.

So who pays the price? The American military and their families, and I just want to bring us back to that fact. I'm saying, she's like me, we do not have families who are in the military.

Bolton was referring to Rice and her allies in the Bush Administration whom he believes have abandoned earlier hard-line principles when he said: In terms of the Bush presidency, this many reversals this close to the end destroys credibility It appears there is no depth to which this administration will not sink in its last days.

Former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld repeatedly criticized Rice after their terms in office ended. In his book Known and Unknown: A Memoir , he portrayed her as a young, inexperienced academic who did not know her place. He called her advice on the issue "utterly misleading.

He also chided Rice for clashing with White House advisers on the tone of the president's speeches on Iraq and said that she, as the Secretary of State, ruefully conceded to him that the Bush administration should not have apologized for a claim the president made in his State of the Union address, on Saddam's supposed search for yellowcake uranium.

She "came into my office, sat down in the chair next to my desk, and tearfully admitted I had been right," Cheney wrote. Rice has also been criticized by other conservatives. Rice's ratings decreased following a heated battle for her confirmation as Secretary of State and following Hurricane Katrina in August Rice's rise within the George W.

Bush administration initially drew a largely positive response from many in the black community. In , Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson asked, "How did [Rice] come to a worldview so radically different from that of most black Americans?

In August , American musician, actor, and social activist Harry Belafonte , who serves on the Board of TransAfrica, referred to blacks in the Bush administration as "black tyrants. Rice dismissed these criticisms during a September 14, interview when she said, "Why would I worry about something like that? The fact of the matter is I've been black all my life.

Nobody needs to tell me how to be black. Rice has never married and has no children. She left him because, according to her biographer Marcus Mabry, "She knew the relationship wasn't going to work. According to public records, the two initially purchased the home with a third investor, Stanford University professor Coit D.

Blacker , who later sold his line of credit to the two women. The co-owned property was first made known to the public in Glenn Kessler 's book The Confidante: Condoleezza Rice and the Creation of the Bush Legacy , sparking rumors about the nature of Rice and Bean's relationship.

Kessler has stated he "did not know if this meant there was something more to the relationship between the women beyond a friendship. Condoleezza Rice has received honorary degrees from many universities, including the following:. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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He was extremely brave considering the cultural conflect. The biggest thrill for me was seeing a socially awkward guy like the student — D— go from gump to gunslingers, his self confidence had grown exponentially in three days. My dating life in the last year has been better than the rest of my life put together!

After the bootcamp, I would go out every weekend to the mall or bookstore or whatever and just practice what you taught me. I slowly got better and better at carrying a conversation. Then one day my cousin invites me to this house party, telling me there's going to be plenty of hot babes.

We get to the house and there are a lot of girls, but most of them were just OK looking. Then I spot this one chick that's a solid 9, easily the hottest chick there. She gets hit on by every guy in the house, but mostly sticks with her little clique of friends. I got in using the group techniques you taught. I was a little scared at first because her guy friends looked like Mexican gangsters. At first I directed my attention to the friends to keep her guard down, but once I finished my opener she jumped in with opinions about her experiences with roommates.

The conversation flowed pretty naturally with the whole group for a while, then I started to focus more and more on the hot chick. Eventually, the rest of the group just left us alone and we talked exclusively to each other. She came to the party with her cousins and their friends. She then told me what a relief it was to talk to a guy who actually had something to say and wasn't just trying to get into her pants ironic b ecause that was EXACTLY what I was trying to do!

The best feeling I had was when I looked up and all the guys at the party that she blew off were looking at me. My cousin's look was the best because he had always known me to be a chump when it came to women, now I'm going up and talking to models. At the end of the night when it was time to go I tried something a little different. Instead of getting her number, I gave her mine and told her to call me sometime. I didn't really think she would call then I started to beat myself up for not getting her number, but then about three weeks later, she calls!

She pissed cause out of all the guys she's met in LA, I'm the only one who isn't weird. I tell her to come over and she does. I don't do anything fancy, we just sat out in my back yard and talked. Again the conversation went pretty naturally for a good long time. At one point I go back inside to get a drink and she follows me in. When I turn around to ask what she wanted, she came right up to me and just starts kissing me.

We made out for a good while, then made our way to the bedroom. You can figure out what happened from there. There was TONS of material, and it was presented in a very clear and organized manner. Geoff is a fantastic guy who clearly has the skills and practices what he preaches, and also clearly cares about seeing students do well.

We also heard a bit from one of their interns, an Asian kid, kind of shy, for whom English is a second language, so he's fighting a big uphill battle. He turned out to be a REALLY cool guy and it was very inspirational to see him getting out there, overcoming fears, and getting into [groups] and such. My notes for days 2 and 3 are all together, but on those days we talked more about value and what makes women attracted. A bit more on frame control, body language, tonality, tempo, etc.

These are not just guys out to make a buck and who don't give a shit about their students. These are guys who genuinely like to see their students improve. I think some of the people who have gone to their bootcamps before wanted to be "buddies" with the instructors, and were more intent on that than on getting pussy. Tyler wanted to push my limits to show me just what kind of stuff you get away with. He would have me go up to girls and say, "Hey, you're cute.

I wanna have a crush on you. Oh, OK [name of hot babe]. Here, let me give you a noogie! I had one girl just giggling like a little schoolgirl and eating out of my hand. He had me walk up to a cute blonde chick who was being gamed by a HUGE guy, and I basically blew him out for as long as I kept talking to her. And so on, and so on

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