George Washington Carver what a fine friend of the farmer! I’m not a fan, if you’re asking me I’m a peanut, Georgie let me be! Born into slavery he rose above that station. Showing bravery go and get an education. Some people work through college to pay the bills. He farmed 16 acres of fields and hills Got his degree in agriculture. Became his life-long plan. Promoting helpful crops, “Plants modified by man” George Washington Carver what a mighty fine friend to the farmer! He’s a terror, if you’re asking me I’m a peanut, Georgie let me be! I’m a peanut I don’t want your fame just cause planting me replenishes methane. He’s a fan of legumes. Wrote “105 Ways to Prepare us for Humans”. Though others had already ground us up for butter there wasn’t any bigger fan of this peanutter. George Washington Carver What a mighty fine friend to the farmer! He’s a monster, if you’re asking me I’m a peanut, Georgie let me be! I’m a peanut, Georgie let me be! I’m a peanut, Georgie let me be!

Author Since: Mar 11, 2019

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  2. This is disgusting. The attempt to be cute and funny is highly disrespectful to George Washington Carver's legacy. Making him look evil is so unresponsible and doesn't even explain itself. This is also racially skewed in that George Washington Carver's legacy is one of aiding African American farmers improve their economic status by educating them on the science behind their crops do that they can yield more. White farmers benefited, but his focus was his own people.

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