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User Image raquelsgon Posted: Dec 13, 2017 1:23 PM (UTC)
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This was August, when my tan peaked. Still, apparently my legs are the color of the PAVEMENT. But I also like it somehow, and a good old self-deprecating pic never hurt anyone. 😅
User Image couplescookbook Posted: Dec 13, 2017 12:58 PM (UTC)
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You know, great great grandmama was a cotton slave freed by president Abraham Lincoln in the 1860's. With her wit and hard work she raised a daughter who would herself empower 6 daughters to silently fight the oppression of segregation in the 1960's. See grandma was the leader of a sibling pack of the fiercest feminists who not only saw themselves as equal to men, but also gave every fiber of their being to support our family. Guess it's no surprise that mom was a rockstar who raised me to be a man who valued diversity of thought, intellectual honesty, and compassion.
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As I travel the world I recognize that I carry the blood of heroes and all-stars. Through my eyes are sights I'd never have seen without their collective sacrifice. I hope as a father that I can raise daughters as well as my mother's mother was raised by a slave. I stand on the shoulders of the greatest women on earth, but in reality, don't we all...?
User Image philippechoplin Posted: Dec 13, 2017 12:18 PM (UTC)
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Landmark streets, rows of brownstones, how well do you know Fort Greene? #newyorkcity #askphilippe
User Image duncanmoffat Posted: Dec 13, 2017 12:17 PM (UTC)
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3/3. This is part of a 3 part panorama. To view the whole image, click on my profile and view in grid view.
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This is the shot from the other side of the bridge. Apparently, the Brooklyn Bridge has so many wires on it because the original steel rope (which contained substandard material) was not stong enough for the job. The bridge designer had to compensate for this, which is one of the reasons for the iconic design we see today.
User Image duncanmoffat Posted: Dec 13, 2017 12:18 PM (UTC)
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2/3. This is part of a 3 part panorama. To view the whole image, click on my profile and view in grid view.
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This is the shot from the other side of the bridge. Apparently, the Brooklyn Bridge has so many wires on it because the original steel rope (which contained substandard material) was not stong enough for the job. The bridge designer had to compensate for this, which is one of the reasons for the iconic design we see today.
User Image duncanmoffat Posted: Dec 13, 2017 12:18 PM (UTC)
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1/3. This is part of a 3 part panorama. To view the whole image, click on my profile and view in grid view.
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This is the shot from the other side of the bridge. Apparently, the Brooklyn Bridge has so many wires on it because the original steel rope (which contained substandard material) was not stong enough for the job. The bridge designer had to compensate for this, which is one of the reasons for the iconic design we see today.
User Image transportationvoice Posted: Dec 13, 2017 12:18 PM (UTC)

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We've heard a lot about L train (MTA). Here is one of the reviews
Oh the L train. It is reliable in the sense that you can always count on service to be disrupted and "train traffic ahead". Yesterday the mob of people waiting extended as far as the steps of the station, almost to the turnstiles. My 30 minute commute took over an hour.
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