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Ok now that s talent, even manages to drink his bottle in the process lol!

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Ok now that s talent, even manages to drink his bottle in the process lol!

I’ll Be Back”: Arnold Schwarzenegger wrapped himself in American flags on the day he received his American citizenship; a mere prediction of his political future? Oh yes, he was definitely back.

I’ll Be Back”: Arnold Schwarzenegger wrapped himself in American flags on the day he received his American citizenship; a mere prediction of his political future? Oh yes, he was definitely back.

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15 Rare Historical Photos You’ve Probably Never Seen – Starfluff - Page 2

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Tuareg life in the Sahara desert –The Sultan of Agadez Both the cloth and the dye for the allichu veil come from Nigeria, and merchants in camel caravans travel a thousand miles south to the Nigerian towns of Tano and Sokoto to trade. A round trip can take six months, and for accompanying boys – some as young as ten – this is an important rite of passage. In times of peak trade in the 1920s and 1930s, the caravans had up to 20,000 camels

Tuareg life in the Sahara desert – in pictures

Tuareg life in the Sahara desert –The Sultan of Agadez Both the cloth and the dye for the allichu veil come from Nigeria, and merchants in camel caravans travel a thousand miles south to the Nigerian towns of Tano and Sokoto to trade. A round trip can take six months, and for accompanying boys – some as young as ten – this is an important rite of passage. In times of peak trade in the 1920s and 1930s, the caravans had up to 20,000 camels

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