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May 30, 2013


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iama{GAY}tekeeper known as thegaytekeeper

if the guy above is helping you I am sure you won't hurry back here to us :)

Derrick from Philly

Hey, Corey:

how great to hear your voice again...well, read your voice again.

And thegatekeeper is right about the young man in the photograph. But I'm such a freakish ol' b.tch now--I keep looking down at his sexy foot. That pleases me.

...never know what you'll transform into when you get up in age.


That’s one of my favorite songs, Corey.

No, not Ella, but Betty:


Yes, you got a nice househusband, Corey. Does he ever work sans apron?


Glad you're back Corey. Get on the stick baby, and let us know what's going on....We trust, appreciate and love your work.


Corey you are loved & adored by more people than you will ever know. Sometimes anticipation is better than participation.

Derrick from Philly

Just thinking about you, Corey. And loving you very much.

Don't worry-- there's enough in your blog's archives to keep your internet fans occupied. And somebody new discovers your blog everyday, and they are satisfied with all the richness about Black & African culture here.

Take your time coming back. And if decide not to back you've already given so much.


And as Ilunga said, "you are loved and adored..."


Thinking about you Corey. Hope all is well with you and yours.


Just a note to say thanks for your blog but especially for that very fine little essay on Reginald Foresythe. And another Thank You for drawing my attention to the recently published Dutch compilation of his work.

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