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  • carl couch macon ga #2122308 » Posted in: My online family

    Hey, Mr.perry just wanted to tell you happy 4th of july. To many its a blessing, to other its just a day of hope and wish which one am I

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  • RazzAnAvidTylerPerryfan Middle Tennessee USA #2122307 » Posted in: My online family

    Tyler! Tyler! Happy 4th of July weekend! Have an awesome holiday with family and friends. Love you bunches, Razz

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  • Inspired Atlanta Ga #2122306 » Posted in: My online family

    Hello, Mr Perry. I first would like to say Thanks!! For being such an inspiration in my life. I am at a very good point in my life and would love to use my natural attributes to move forward instead of working for others. I have a spectacular idea am currently working with World Patent Marketing in order to become a success. The idea has passed all analysis Globally and I would love to discuss a few things with you. I know that you get thousands of requests and I pray that you can zoom in on mine and respond as it is extremely important. Thanks very much ahead of time and I look forward to your reply via email.☺

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  • Doris B. Raleigh NC #2122304 » Posted in: My online family

    Mr. Perry, Don't ever stop doing what you do. You have encouraged me so much during my trials and struggles. Not a day goes by that I don't pop in one of your DVD's. I think about the time that you told the story of you being homeless and sleeping in your car. But you didn't give up, you just kept on believing that one day.......your dreams would come true. Through it all I know that GOD is still good no matter what we have to face in our lives. No matter what anybody says you keep on keeping on. I wish you much continued success and congratulations on becoming a father. You have so much wisdom, compassion, morals and values to instill in him. Know that your son is blessed to have you as his father. Again much love to you and you family. Be Blessed

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  • Monique Sledge #2122298 » Posted in: My online family

    gofund.me/y7f3kr8 I am not sure how to go about seeking help but myself and my family are trying to move to GA and I am looking to get some help being funded. I have a 6 year old daughter who I am trying to expose to a better life. I am looking for help any way I can get it so please pass this along to the appropriate party. I would like to thank you in advance for any help that can be extended to me.

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  • M.H #2122296 » Posted in: My online family

    Have any one tried to call you?

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    • Nautia Seattle #2122301

      Nobody's tried to call me. Besides if it's not the right person I'm not answering... Shh might be the people looking for some money. Good Day!

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    • M.H #2122305

      You are so right! Lol!!!

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  • M.H #2122294 » Posted in: My online family

    People will try and match you up with people who loves what you've been dreaming to do with someone you love. Only God can pick a perfect match and not man.

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    • Kastein FL #2122295

      Amen!

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  • Rejoice Vaah #2122292 » Posted in: My online family

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    • so #2122297

      Maxine. .are you living by your aunt's view? Are a friend?

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  • Maxine Ga #2122290 » Posted in: My online family

    Why you Mad- I understand exactly what you were explaining to her. Appreciate "LIFE". Stop complaining and accept. I try to live life just that way because all the complaining is just going to wait you "DOWN". Try a little Happiness. Find fun things to do: places to go and Fun people to keep company with. Because Life is Short. Make the best of Each Day. What you told her Inspires me to keep my Head up and Find laughter and not Faults. I had a Aunt that is now passed away that would say to me...... 'TO GET A FRIEND. YOU MUST BE A FRIEND"

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    • interesting #2122299

      AFRICA leaf??

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  • M.H #2122288 » Posted in: My online family

    A thief went under an African leaf to hide what they was doing. Who said what and after that said I'm suing?

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  • Robert M. Wade San Antonio, Texas #2122274 » Posted in: My online family

    Hello Mr. Perry, I am hesitant in writing to you for assistance because I feel you are overwhelmed with requests all the time. In addition, I am a 64 year old retired U.S. Army veteran who have always felt I could do everything on my own without help from anyone. I have come to the realization that God allows pride to work against you. Here is my dilemma. During my family reunion in 2010, I recorded a segment where some of my siblings and I told stories of what it was like growing up in the cotton fields in Arkansas and Mississippi in the 1950s and 1960s, as well as what it was like interacting with each other in such a large family. I am number 9 of 14 brothers and sisters. I am very proud of the fact we all grew up to be productive citizens in our respective communities, and had no serious run in with law enforcement. To preserve our stories, I transcribed what was said into book form for our children, and grandchildren, to have a written document of what life was like for black kids on the farm, and how we were disciplined as opposed to today. I self-published the book “Surviving King Cotton: Cotton Pickin Po” utilizing a vanity press company that is no longer in business, because no major book publishing company was interested in the story of an uneducated black family consisting of fourteen farm hands. I still have hope of our stories being shared with the world before we transition to our eternal resting place. Secondly, I have written my memoirs “Ebonics to Author: Story of A Cotton Picker” that weave the story of my life. From dropping out of high school in 1967, learning a trade at a Job Corp Center in Texas 1969, and making the military a career 1, I document how I taught myself to read, write poetry, wean myself from speaking Ebonics, and eventually writing books. I find myself in the same dilemma as I did with “Surviving King Cotton,” only this time I am avoiding vanity presses. If God put it in your heart to assist me in getting my stories told, it will be greatly appreciated and a blessing. My granddaughter knows the lines to almost every play you have produced to date. I know because she insist I watch them with her, which I too enjoy tremendously. May God continue bless you Thank you

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