Name : Miles
From: Mars, living in Atl
Interested in: Living life to the fullest, success, & Women
Nickname: Milo
Aqe : 22
Member of the YTB travel industry

I am the proud owner of "Around the Orbis".
I'm focusing on providing people with the travel experiences they deserve. Whether it's fun in the sun, cruising the Caribbean, or exploring a rich new culture. It's not as expensive as you might think to get started, either.
The exciting world of travel comes alive with this amazing program. By utilizing YTB's technology and experience, one can be a travel professional and earn commission when their friends and family book with them. Plus, they get access to ZamZuu, the ultimate shopping experience featuring sensational e-commerce products.
If you're interested in starting your own,
you can find more information about what I do here –

Also, please let me know if you need any help planning your next trip; I'd be delighted to help you. My new travel store also makes it easy and convenient to book a wide variety of travel services. Again, my site is –
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Artist: Outkast ft. Killer Mike
Track: The Whole World
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The Whole World | Outkast

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"Why am I... 
just standing here...
watching my comrades die?"

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I don’t give a damn, I’m going to reblog this gif every time when it’s the 1st of the month.


I was just thinking about this 😭😩😂 happy September 1 y’all

If you don’t post this every 1st, I’m judging you

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The most ignored words in the world.

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Every Man For Himself.  2010.  Oil on canvas. 60 x 60”

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Somebody point me to his stylist or at least the youtube tutorial he used

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Mike Brown’s parents lead protest along North Florissant #ferguson

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How to Pet Animals by Adam Ellis

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Lobo was a fictional Western comic book hero who was the medium’s first African-American character to headline his own series. He starred in Dell Comic’s little-known two-issue series Lobo (Dec. 1965 & Sept. 1966), was co-created by writer D. J. Arneson and artist Tony Tallarico. 

In the series, Lobo is a former Union soldier who heads west after the the Civil War. Upon being wrongfully accused of murder, Lobo sets out on a mission to fight injustice and to clear his name.

Lobo’s importance to comic history stems not only from being the first black comic hero to star in his own series, but also in that he is free from the racist stereotypes that plague other early black heroes like Whitewash Jones or Waku, Prince of the Bantu. In fact, the comic doesn’t even make reference to the fact that Lobo is black.

Unfortunately, racist attitudes would ensure that Lobo would  be a very short-lived series. Although 200,000 copies of the first issue were printed, only about 10,000 – 15,000 copies were sold. This was largely due to many retailers refusing to carry a comic book about a black hero. What’s more, many of these retailers not only returned Lobo, but also every other comic shipped with it. The return of so many unopened shipments was a huge loss for Dell Comics and caused Lobo to be canceled after only two issues.

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