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J. Darris Mitchell
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Now making a fool of himself internationally!
Now making a fool of himself internationally!

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You gotta love empowered women writing, photographing and publishing their own naughty magazine. Well, you don't gotta, but I sure do!
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Rastlin' y'all, ain't nothing better on this green earth
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Oh how those bouncers bounce.
Still, I have him a peace of my mind I-tell-you-wu-hut!
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Oh Oh surgery ain't even fun,
But Oh Oh, sometimes it must be done.
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Time for a new adventure y'all, even if it is back in my old stomping grounds.
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The Babe Goes To Amsterdam
Our last weekend in Europe had a cast of six. My darling
wife Raquel, the Israeli Ukrainian Alex, the perpetually stoned Dutchmen Eric,
his infinitely optimistic Japanese wife Nolico, and our begrudgingly kind tour
guide, Eric’s friend Seger. After a night ...
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The Takayama Go hit Ultrecht
My half Mexican, half Columbian wife Raquel and our Ukrainian
Israeli friend from a village in Japan met our Dutch friend and his Japanese
wife in a bar on the streets of Ultrecht. Only they didn’t know Raquel and I
were coming. We sat quietly giggling whil...
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Cows are powerful creatures.
But don't take my word for it!
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Wwoofing on a dairy farm.
Its hard to get past the goats on Glean Gabhra.
There were over a hundred of them, a hundred and fifty if you counted the
bleating kids who wanted nothing more than to be constantly fed either hay,
kibbles or the sweaty end of my shirt. Our jobs, really all...
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Wwoofing on Glean Gabhra
Between the goats, the cows, the garden, and the liters of
sweat, milk and pus, it’s hard to measure time on a farm. To sort time on a
farm chronologically is an impossibility because each day is not a day unto
itself. The tasks blend together. The time spe...
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