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  1. Date: 2/16/2013 4:20:00 PM
    Hey! If Adam and Eve were the only adults with Cain, Seth and Abel as three sons, where did the grandkids come from? We live in a fictional world. If Jesus was a Nazarene, then he wasn't the fair skinned person we se in the pictures. Nazarene's are very dark skinned. I still bet that when Washington chopped down the cherry tree, he got his a$$ kicked when he got home.

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  1. Date: 2/14/2013 4:15:00 PM
    All this about color comes from what men try to figure out and all men are imperfect so their opinions probably are too. There's no proof of what men say so take it with a grain of salt. One thing I know for sure is that we are the way we are supposed to be. Color gives diversity and uniqueness to life's experience; it would be so dull and tragic if we were all the same color. "The plan" was perfect, it was the people who made it how it is. We celebrate who we are every day so hold your head up high and ignore those who have a problem with "the plan". :)

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  1. Date: 2/14/2013 9:10:00 AM
    Good Morning, and happy Valentine's.. about your blog, I'm not much into logic thinking no more. However, you have my thoughts on hold. Hum, one never knows the true race of Adam & Eve..I.. Well I don't have much thought on Black History Month, but my kids find it interesting and will mention much of what is going on... thanks... always~ PD

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  1. Date: 2/14/2013 9:07:00 AM
    Marlon here is one of the first poems I posted here in May 2007,it is still where I'm at on this,I Call It Skin Deep..Tissue,pigmented,black,brown or white,/Everyone equal in the creator's sight;/Whatever shaded membrane skin,/Just a covering,layered thin./Purely an accident of birth,/Never a value of our worth;/Customs and culture the true divide,/Ignorance its willing guide./Repercussion and backlash,we reap/When our thinking,stays skin deep. Rgds Brian

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  1. Date: 2/14/2013 6:48:00 AM
    Right on! Yell it loud, Scribe. I am white, as vanilla as you can get, but is it okay if I say that I have a chocolate swirl soul? I believe historians show that when the continents were touching, we were all black, but that in lands with less sun, caucasians lost pigment... I THINK I'd read that somewhere, but I have mommy-fog brain, though she has slept two nights, HUZZAH, two nights!Praise the powers that be. There's hope! You know, I think I'd like a rainbow month. A month where we are all the colours of the world, where the yellow try red food, and brown dances to black and white forgets its blandness. xox hugs sent. PS-- even before a local maverick told me, I knew JC was black :)

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  1. Date: 2/14/2013 6:06:00 AM
    Thanks for sharing your wonderful thoughts and blogs my dear friend, Scribe. I enjoy the read although we don't have this event here. Anyway, I'm stopping by also to greet you and my other dear poet friends here a Happy Happy Valentines Day! Hope you and your love ones will greatly enjoy the day! Thank you again for sharing this awesome blog! love/hugs, Leonora

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