He grew up in a black neighbourhood and attended a black church, and his childhood hero Jake Hess was African American. He hung out on Beale Street following black musicians and his main choice of attire was from Slansky Brothers, a primarily African American clothes shop. He even faced threats and intimidation for being the first white public figure to break segregation laws and make a point of attending the State Fair on “colored night”.
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I simply know it, just as you know many logos and brands. To give you a hypothetical example: what if I told you, Coca Cola was always has been Coca Kola? You have KNOWN that logo for your whole life, you are not misremembering it, right? You never ever misspelled it, not once. But then I would show you that it actually Coca Kola, it always has been like that, and I would give you plausible and logical arguments why it not Cola, but Kola.
Keep going downwards, if she has tattoos, trace them with your lips in lingering caresses. Move to her hips, and slowly downwards to her knee, then back up to the inner thigh, then back down the other inner thigh, back up the outside of her leg until your back up to the hip. The inward and down.
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