2/14/0128thperiodAMINATOU DIALLO
George Washington Carver George Washington Carver was born in Kansas  Territory near Diamond Grove, Missouri, during  the...
George Washington Carver: Postage stampPostage stamp of George Washington Carver
1st Diary Entry: G.W.C               Spooky Time Fo’               Sho’ A peanut...with America shoes? How can yall top t...
2nd Diary Entry: G.W.C            Don’t Ya’ll worry bout’ George            Carver Well ,well, well. Sorry chilluns that ...
3rd Diary Entry: G.W.C   Now gather round, and be still chillen, I got somethin important to tell y‟all. Now    the other...
Achievements: G.W.C George Washington Carver (1864-1943) was a man of many talents  and is considered an American folk he...
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  1. 1. 2/14/0128thperiodAMINATOU DIALLO
  2. 2. George Washington Carver George Washington Carver was born in Kansas Territory near Diamond Grove, Missouri, during the bloody struggle between free- spoilers and slaveholders. His father, a slave on a nearby farm, was killed shortly before Carver was born. Carver himself became the kidnap victim of night riders while still a baby. With his mother and brother, James, he was held for ransom. Before they were rescued, his mother died. Moses Carver, a German farmer, ransomed (traded) the infant Carver for a $300 race-horse. Thus he was orphaned and left in the custody of a white guardian from early childhood.
  3. 3. George Washington Carver: Postage stampPostage stamp of George Washington Carver
  4. 4. 1st Diary Entry: G.W.C Spooky Time Fo’ Sho’ A peanut...with America shoes? How can yall top that? I reckon tha boy will come back with many a Payday candy fo sho. Knowhumean? Damned if ol GWC ain’t goin to sneak a few fo hizself. "Sweet Caramel. Tons of Salty Peanuts." That make George Carvers tummy a’rumble. Meybe me thinks Ill get Mrs. Carver to git some fo tha chilluns that show up to our door, send her out with George Junior, turn off tha porchlight, and eat all tha damn Paydays hizself. Inventin’ make a man powerful hungry, knowhumean? Now that GWC is on tha topic of inventin les see what I come up with as of late. George Carver is thinkin meybe some folk is straight sick as shiz of punkins. You carves em. You get punkin slime all ova. Tha seeds inside ain’t no good. Damn, Sucka. Damn. THEY’S GOT TO BE A BETTA WAY!!!
  5. 5. 2nd Diary Entry: G.W.C Don’t Ya’ll worry bout’ George Carver Well ,well, well. Sorry chilluns that George Carver hadn’t dun updated in many a while but ol’ GWC reckoned that the mufukin’ hard drive would meybe work better all smeared up with peanut butter and shiz. It would appear that my calculations were very much inexact, to say the least, as my mufukin’ ‘puter dun blew tha fuck up and shiz. George Carver is a man with many a accomplishment....but the good Lordy above sho knows that, yours truly, dun hate a fuck up with a passion greater than George Carver at Arby’s when there ain’t no mufukin’ Arby sauze. One day I’m all about to get my eat on AND THERE AIN’T NO DAMN SAUZE!!! George is so mad he close his eyes and wishes for Arby Sauze. (How a mufuka suppozed to enjoy his "Five For Five" all dry and shiz, knowhumean?) He count to one. He count to two. He counts to three. You know what? There still ain’t no mufukin’ sauze! MUFUKIN’ LITTLE CRACKER AT THE COUNTER IS GOIN’ TA GET HIS AZZ WHOOPED!!!!.......Ok, Ok. I gots to let that one go.
  6. 6. 3rd Diary Entry: G.W.C Now gather round, and be still chillen, I got somethin important to tell y‟all. Now the other day I was standin on my toilet hangin a picture when I slip and fall, see, and hit my sweet old head. When I comes to, I see a mufuckin vision. An not the kinda vision I see when I smellin too much Turtle Wax or anything, but a real vision of how to stop all the killin and stealin and general tomfoolery that be happenin rampant in them here streets, see. My vision say, “George Carver, you needs to form a super hero justice brigade!” Now I was like, “That you, mama!? Oooh I commin mama, hold on…!!!” An the vision be like “No, I ain‟t your damn mama, I here‟s a vision you be havin.” And says “Then why you sound like my mama” and so on, and this goes on for about 4 days or so and then when we both pretty tired and the pies is done coolin, I decide to gather up the best, most super, most justicious heroes I can find and pledge to fight crime until every mufuckin person, woman and baby can walk these here streets an safe feel safe as sin. So I place an ad in the Recycler, and I get a call from Doctor Weil and he says “I be glad to contributate with my powers of holisitc ability” and next I get a call from Enro Rubik who was the first man to finish the Rubik‟s cube ever, and he say “I willing to apply this logic and skill to your team” and then I get a call from Henry Ford and he says “In 1908 I made the Model T which was very popular” and I thinkin of not eva returnin his calls, but he keeps callin and yappin like an assembly line of pussy shit, so what the hell I „sposta do?
  7. 7. Achievements: G.W.C George Washington Carver (1864-1943) was a man of many talents and is considered an American folk hero. Carvers accomplishments are mostly in the areas of agriculture and the development of plant- based products for industrial use. Carver was a pioneer in soil analysis, crop management, and the control of plant diseases. Many southern farmers who adopted his methods experienced greater crop yields and profits. Carver promoted soil diversification and the adoption of peanuts, soybeans, and other soil-enriching crops. He developed 118 products using sweet potatoes, 325 products using peanuts, and 75 products using pecans. Carver also came up with a process for creating a plastic material from soybeans. Henry Ford later used this plastic in the manufacture of automobiles. In addition, Carver extracted dyes and paints from Alabama red clay and worked with hybrid (the offspring of genetically different varieties or species) cotton.
  8. 8. Collage: G.W.C
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