If you can afford to give more support, that is great but not necessary. I want Humans of New York to be a lifelong body of work. And a big part of that is always being able to find the people who care about it most. St Louis Blues we did it poster. So if you’ve enjoyed the blog in the past, and would like to contribute to its future, I hope you’ll consider becoming a patron. I know for me, I sometimes think because I can’t donate more than that, that i just don’t donate. But when I think about the amount of people that LOVE this page, that “just $1” could be so transformative for soooo many people and causes. I’m never been a Patreon supporter of anyone before, but your page captures the unique individuality of humans and beauty possible in humankind, something I have yet to find on another page. Keep up the great work! I support everything you do Brandon- please continue sharing with the world. I was just a neighborhood kid.
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There was no running water in our house. Or electricity. So in the evenings, when I came home from school, I’d sit out near the road. St Louis Blues we did it poster. Across the street there was a hotel where foreigners stayed. I’d watch them play Frisbee. I’d watch them buy African souvenirs from the street vendors. Occasionally one of them would come speak to me. I was an inquisitive child. I liked to ask questions. So I think they found me entertaining. One evening an American girl came up to me and started asking me questions. Just small talk: ‘What’s your name?’, and things like that. But then she asked my birthday, and I told her: ‘November 19th.’ ‘No way.’ she replied. ‘That’s my birthday too!’