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Skin kozak, właśnie takie buty noszą prawdziwe 'czarnuchy' Timberlandy - zajebiście wszystko wyszło, dobrze to dopasowałeś. Nie będę wymieniał kto takie nosi - ale możecie sobie zobaczyc teledysk(Zapomniałem tytułu, ale wszystko się toczy w banku) DMX'a, on często ma takowe.
Edited by Cyllar, 20/09/2010 - 18:44.
At least a tribe or large family of Africans migrated out of North-East-Africa approximately 125,000 years ago, they moved to Scandinavia (West of present day Norway’s mountain ranges). Later waves of these first humans from Africa then migrated to India, Far East Asia and finally from there on to Australia, certainly clinging to the coastline as they travelled. Over 80,000 years of isolation in Scandinavia (behind the mountain range where we now know as Norway) they evolved to The Arians = an ethnic group with blond white hair, big blue eyes, light white skin, towering height and a large cranial capacity). There was a much warmer period during the last ice-age that started around 130,000 years ago (The time when the original Africans entered there). The Aryans actually left Scandinavia before the ice age got to inhospitable around 45,000 years ago as skeletal evidence throughout Europe and Asia has proven (They were forced out by the environmental conditions only after 80,000 years of isolation). This unique ethnic group did evolve in Northern Europe – Scandinavia because the lack of light and icy conditions there are the only things that can explain the evolution of blond hair, blue eyes and white skin. There is simply nowhere else where these traits could have evolved, as they are so very different compared to the other races, the environment to must also have been so very different. The encapsulating mountain ranges in Norway stand out as a place of origin. (The earth’s water levels were substantially lower 45,000 years ago and where these Aryans habituated is now well below the sea). The real physical evidence of them originating from there has been destroyed by the rising sea level and the ice age.