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"burton snowboards" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"Said that you'd notice a lack of playfulness in the industry when you entered. And you were coming in with a very different perspective. Now, that was ten years ago. Fast forward to today, do you still feel there's a lack of playfulness? No way. I mean, it's amazing now. I have to comment on all the amazing makeup artists that when I did get into makeup at the beginning were very inspiring, like Alex box. Pat McGrath. She's my parents, Alex. Oh, she's so great. She was a huge inspiration to me because she really was doing a lot of really amazing kind of colorful painting, interesting work, bal Garland, obviously, Peter Phillips, topolino, there's like loads of people, you know, so to say people was doing were doing boring stuff is not fair because they really were. But I think maybe in hindsight we're talking like ten years ago, maybe what I brought to it was just a kind of a bit more of an uneducated approach, a kind of an outsider approach where I was sort of tackling the face, not as a face to take the makeup, but make up to take a face. So I was trying to abstract the face all the time. I was kind of putting paint and almost not even using the face in the way it kind of maybe should have been. And I think that just was a slightly different perspective. And it was really young. I was like, I was 20. And I think they were, you know, just that sort of playful attitude. Maybe came through. Yeah. You mentioned that shoot where you were like, the clay cleaner and painter. And there was the proper makeup artist. Was that like a breaking moment where you decided to make the switch or did you have a big break where like ID then booked you as the face painter, not the body painter? Like, what was your big break? Well, after that, I got booked by designer called Christopher Shannon in British designer, he did menswear. And I and I did face painting in his shows, and I drew the I painted these kind of landscapes on the model's faces as they were going down the runway, like sunsets and stuff. And backstage I met and I make a part is called Adam de Cruz, and he was like, what is this girl doing? Like, I've never seen this kind of thing before. And he was like, look, do you want to do you want to join me on set for a day? You can see how I work and you can show me some of your techniques. So we kind of did that and I went and he showed me how to conceal and do a little bit of kind of basic stuff. And then I showed him some of my blending and doing other things, whatever in the body painting style. And then I just kind of, I don't even know really what came next. I think I just was in a circle where there were photographers and people around me who were testing and working for free and doing shoots and it was amazing like creative time in London where everybody was just working for free and testing all the time. And I just kind of, yeah, linked up with some people and brought my very small kit. To certain stuff and just kind of went from there, really. Is your kit still small? No, my kids. My kids like, oh like 70 a like 90 kilos or something, 80 kilo. Oh wow. In multiple roles, how do you travel? Yeah, I carry it and these like Burton snowboard, suitcases, my friend and mother makeup artist, so she loves those bags. Oh, they're the best, yeah. So yeah, sometimes snowboard bag. Who are some of the other people at this time in London that you're collaborating with at this point, you've collaborated art, musicians, other makeup artists. What are some that feel really personal to you? I mean, I think some of the post like all kind of testing and whatever. Some of my sort of biggest breaks I think were the beginning with ID magazine. And I did some great shoots with Daniel sandwood. Where we did and Simon foxton the stylist where we were kind of, I got to, I got to do a lot of really cool painting stuff I like tattooed, all these funny sort of characters all over a boy, and then I did this prosthetic lizard face for another shoot for interview magazine and interview magazine also I did quite a lot of fun stuff for and it really was like every time I got booked, there was something really like full on colorful, crazy. And that was really nice. And then shows as well. I remember Aggie and Sam. I did these LEGO masks where I was like, the whole thing was inspired by kind of kids, and so I was like, how would kids approach your face? Well, they probably just chuck something at it, wouldn't they? And just see what lands. So that's kind of what I did. I chucked LEGO at face and just stuck it where it kind of landed and so it was all just about kind of exploring interesting ways of approaching the face, I guess. So now you're talking about your vibe is so different than really any other makeup artist that we've certainly interviewed. And we've contributed a ton of makeup artists. You have a really singular vision, you know, no one else is talking about shocking Legos at a face. For fashion show, you know? But you're talking about in the beginning, like you're working these very editorial gigs and now you've worked with so many massive corporate designers and corporate fashion houses that are.
"burton snowboards" Discussed on RISE Podcast
"I want to be a skier. In fact, I want to be a snowboarder. Here's another movie for you guys. Dear writer on Netflix, it's a documentary about the creator of Burton snowboards. It's so good. But I just fell in love this family's skiing and it's like their family history through videos and photos for like 30 years while skiing or snowboarding. And I was like, I want to be that family. So that was my vision, but I don't know. I think you grow up skiing or you don't. And my boyfriend is European, so he skis. And like fancy skiing, like oh, we spend every new year's Switzerland and blah blah blah. He has a much prettier accent than that. But he skis. And so it was like, oh, let's do something fun for the big guy for his birthday. So we're gonna go skiing. And I don't know what I'm doing, but I did get a pair of those like ski pant overall things that they're not very excited. They're just black. They're not like, I wish they were like a bright color or something fun. But pretty excited to wear overalls in the snow and you know try and go down a mountain. I'm taking lessons. So I'm taking lessons with my kids, so that should be hilarious. And that's, you know, we'll see, guys. The point is we're gonna go have an adventure. And maybe I'm gonna become a skier. It would really work out well because my big goal for 2022 is to stop being such a weenie. But after New Year's Day, I took a walk with my love and we're looking out at the ocean and we're talking about our goals for the year and I was like, I just want to stop being a weenie. I am such a weenie about cold about anything that feels scary or any situation where I feel like I'm gonna be physically hurt, which is basically everything. Like I'm so bright. You all get on stage and talk to 20,000 people for 5 hours. Zero problem, not nervous at all. In fact, I was talking to my team today we're working on we're working on a little tour guys, so get excited more details later. But working on tour we're talking about different cities blah blah blah. And we were mapping out what it would be and how long it would be and they were like, oh, you know, do you think you can like three hours like that? That's a lot. And I was like, oh my gosh, at three hours? Oh, three hours of hilarity and comedy and joy and talking to women and peeing our pants because we're laughing so no, this is rise conference is three days. Three hours, easy peasy lemon squeezy. So I'm not scared of stuff like that. I'm not I'll go take a meeting with anybody and I won't be intimidated, but I am terrified of the idea of putting like a blade on my foot and running over ice. I'm just gonna put, oh, you want me to like glue these sticks to my feet and then slide down the side of an icy mountain? That sounds terrifying. But the goal is that we're not going to be such a weenie. Hashtag don't be a weenie. That's my personal hashtag for this year. So I'll keep you guys posted. I'll let you know what happens. Assuming that I live, I will be back on Tuesday and we're gonna start taping.
"burton snowboards" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"Is the boa is attached to the liner as opposed to being attached to the actual helmet in the system that functions around the helmet. So when it cinches down, it doesn't just create weird pressure points on your head, it fits cohesively and nice and comfortably. So you can wear it all day without getting a headache without looking dumb and shout out to burn helmets for sponsoring this episode of the show. If you want to buy one, go to burn home, it's dot com and use promo code out of 15 and buy yourself a Nick. Tell people who you are. Tell them a little bit about yourself, and then we'll go from there. Got it. My name's Nick sergeant. I'm president of so sports industry of America. We're a 70 year old trade organization that supports the winter industry with a mission to help the winter industry thrive. So that's about SIA. I'm a native vermonter. I'm from a little town just north of Stowe. Morrisville Vermont. Born and raised there, and I live in Park City, Utah now. My third time living here in my almost 30 years in the winter sport business. I can't believe I'm saying that, but it's been a fun ride. And I've started in the winter competitive racing side. Working and living in Europe with the focus on World Cup skiing. And then I moved back to the U.S. and started working for Solomon when they were owned by Adidas, which was really fun. Experience and ride in the big world of team sports and sportswear and then winter sport. And from there, I went to Burton snowboards where I worked for about 12 years. Running the new business department. And licensing, partnerships, global marketing. And that landed me here at SIA where I've been for 5 and a half years, almost 6. And it's been a nice transition coming from snowboarding from Alpine from team sport all the way to where I am today. We're helping the industry thrive. We're creating research products, data points, we own a consumer show called snowball, which we'll talk about in a little bit. We have a climate platform, called the united climate united and we're just launched a climate lab this week in anticipation of outdoor retailer next week. And so we're really focused on consumer climate inclusion and researching data just to keep it very simple and pure. Can you talk to me a little bit about what exactly SIA does? I know you gave me like the quick, this is what it is. But what does this do? And I guess most people's relationship with snow sports industry of America is on the retail side, or at least from my perspective. So what does as I do one for the retailers and overall? Right. So most people in historically no SIA as the trade show. Right. And ironically, SIA created the whole trade show world. And if you can imagine 70 years ago, there were no trade shows. So essay created the environment where they retailer can see the product first from a wholesaler. Make an order, have that order delivered to the retail store, the following fall and so on and so forth, then the consumer gets access to it. Right..
"burton snowboards" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show
"Pick up your college and pokey your mcat oil powder or your apple cider. Vinegar gumy's my friends without further. Do let's hear from the co-founder above that right. Now sean lake and bugs nationals. Sean lake is in the house sean. Welcome to the show. They so much for having me fired up today folks. You just heard his background his bio. You heard above naturals you know. I'm a huge fan. I use it every day mel us every day. I cannot wait to share the story. About how you got into bugs and all that but i in the bio you talk about sean white. Usc manager. I did not know that yet. You know it's funny. I don't talk a lot about my snowboarding chapter but so in the nineties. When snowboarding was on this kind of meteoric rise was just going to the olympics. I i was sponsored snowboarder. Professional snowboarder came If you ever use the bathroom in my office you'll see my one and only signature model Give my name and used that bathroom. Yes i'm to have to pay a visit to the cunanan unload yup drink a bunch of water. You'll have an excuse. So when i got done snowboarding and it was great like snowboarding paid for college. Snowboarding helped set me up to be able to take that next step alive. And i didn't plan to work in snowboarding. It just worked out that way. I got recruited by burton snowboards. And i was waiting to join state department. I was going to go become. Take the civil service exam and go become a state department operative. And that was what i thought i wanted to go. Travel the world and go to exotic places made carry firearm. I don't know. And i had this notion of that. And then you know. Because i'd been in snowboarding for so long. I met a lot of folks and i got recruited by burton and the job was quite literally to move to california. Moved to nita's california and work with a young snowboarder named sean whiten and so they hired me and i packed up my truck and i drove to density us and i met the white. What year was that. That was in two thousand and two no way so he was a teenager. I was like making them do his homework. After half pipe practice to send back to carlsbad high school. And then we'd go to the next practice and we'd go riding together. We would fly all over all over creation together as he's sixteen years old. So how long were you with him for our about that..
"burton snowboards" Discussed on The Ready State
"Black kids were swimming to burn their skin them never to show up at these places again and that happened all over this country for years the history of the sierra club even is is is messy when you go back to its roots and people if you have that in your history right if you have that cultural in your history and your family you're in it's passed down. You don't go to these places or these spaces. Bad shit might happen to you. Of course you're going to learn to become learn to think that. Yeah maybe that's not for me or that is quote unquote in white activity. Or why would you be doing that white thing etc. That's one of the beautiful things about racism. Is it a few as a system if you teach long enough. And if it operates long enough the people who are subjected to it actually start to believe it. And that's what i would like to vessel some that. I wanna be a part of breaking. And i also implore people who have power in those spaces to understand that like yeah i as a black man who's visible in these spaces can can say things and get people's attention but it's people it's the people with real power the people who have real access. They can do ten billion times more than i can buy affecting their circles in having these conversations and figuring out ways to expand landscape and provide more access just with the things that they have in their toolbox. They don't have to go and join some special thing or formulated. Some big club organization. It's just like okay. What do i have access to that. I can help to change this even a little bit. Do you see any change at all. In the wake of the george floyd murder or any other trigger that the power players in the outdoor industry which i assume are like the patagonia 's north face and the all the ski company's right like i assume at a business level those companies would obviously play a huge role in this. Who do things doing a good job. He's doing a good job better job now or any job i think. Pentagon patagonia has taken some great steps. I've seen the way they have given platforms so there are lots one thing i can say is is. There are a lot of people of color. Indigenous people black people that have formulated groups to advocate for themselves. And do outreach. And what is cool. That i'm seeing are the brands who are locating the people that are doing it right and giving them a chance to have their voices amplified and to use their platforms to engage. More had been doing a great job with it. They have this podcast. They're doing called the trail ahead with an outdoor trail runner from from portland and A black woman and it's just so cool. The conversations that are being had and that these conversations are being amplified on the planet patagonia platform for people who normally wouldn't get to listen in and learn how various types of people engage in these spaces. I think the denigrate job. I mean i full disclosure. I sit on the board now burton snowboards. They invited me onto the board in november prior to that had never been a black person person of color. Who sat on that board. Would i have gotten that. Call up if it wasn't. George floyd i don't think so and i'm honored and humbled that never use thought would happen especially in the wake of jake burton's passing so i am so grateful to be able to get to to see their enthusiasm in wanting to build anti-racism and build inclusion more importantly into the culture of the brand in being an inclusive brand and that takes time to lab to build that into the dna of your brand. But they are looking to do. So i'm the scandalous Of america say they just they put a person of color on on their board recently. And i think people are learning like okay. The only way that we're going to be able to learn about these things is if we actually have the perspectives invoices of from within the bypass community. Helping us actually make decisions acting in a way that holds a mirror to us to show us like if you don't know you're blind spots putting the same people in the room that all have the same blind blind spots and saying like okay. Let's all this problem. Let's have a diversity initiative great. I've seen people posting like videos of like. Here's the diversity initiative and i'm looking around the pictures of mike. Is this like onion post. 'cause there's this you know so it's it's welcoming in those voices being okay with giving up a little bit of that power but as i tell people or brands that i consult like stop thinking about it from a place of giving up power and start thinking of it from a place of sharing power tree. An intern by sharing power. Creating more power. Giving yourself more fuel the opportunity to be a better brand in and in the end the more profitable brand. Because i tell people all the time You might want to look at the numbers of the demographics of this country and Where we're going to be in five ten fifteen years. You could continue to put your head in the sand and pretend like it's not a thing but Es numbers do not lie and these landscapes are going to need to be expanded for you to continue to function as a brand for your thing to be. Viable was just going to leave without you. Like i say we have lots of friends. We've met once. I haven't fallen you for a minute. You become the voice of my young you know shredding angsty teenage ripper self. You are a musician. You producer you host. You're going to act act as a stretch. I i make cameos from time to time. Count instead car county and it's feels like you really have just come into your power. I mean really feels like you're organized. What are you besides stoked and we will have all the links to that. Because if you're listening to this and wanna change support this organization. What are you fired up about right now. Sort of in the in the near future. That's feeding yourself because you are really sort of have that problem you can do so many things so well thank you for recognising the problem part of it because my management and agent would be like thank you see. We're not the only ones hawaii back in focus. Choose choose choose. Choose choose so we can get the bags. I'm excited. there's a. there's a brand that. I am a partner in called mami wata. It is a clothing brand out of south africa. A surf wear brand. Everything is made on the continent and it is sort of reimagining. The lens of how we we share what surfing looks and feels like from the perspective of the largest surfable continent on the planet and what surfing looks like across africa and now basically a lifestyle brand from an african spin and we just launched a book called afro surf that really tells the story of indigenous black culture.
"burton snowboards" Discussed on The Ready State
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Being the most influential parts of his life at the age of sixteen. You felt at home on a surfboard at eight. He find him sitting at bird land in late night. Jazz sessions with his father and miles davis. It's this unique life experience which paved the way for him. Not only to become the face of espn's x. games but also a musician himself recording underneath the alias. Alica sam that's masekela backwards. His recently launched podcast what shapes us explores he and his guests human experiences who they are what drives gives them joy. It's this mission to highlight people and places through a mold breaking lens and redefine culture. He's the co founder of stoked mentoring an organization dedicated to mentoring at risk youth through action sports and the host of hyundai's series. The un adventures on tastes made network and twenty twenty salama was also welcomed on the board of directors for burton snowboards as a general adviser. Salama welcome to the podcast. My friend thank you for having me. It is a high honor to sit with you on this friday midget right to the burning question. Everyone has which is. I feel like your ears aren't very good backside one. That's because you're the second adult size man who actually back squats and muscle mass. I mean that's the kind of thing on you on the internet. You know what it's the truth and baxter's have been the bane of my existence since time just because everyone has a thing that they that they're not that is like their achilles heel like tony hawk. I forget there's a trick that he can't do the watts he's like yeah. I can't i just can't grab my boy that way. That's why i always with this win all but Yeah back are. I think it's just too much mass going on the lack of quad dominance just makes it hard for me to get back there. What i love. Is i just saw dominance. Kelly now wants to be your best friend forever. You said quad dominance and quad. Dominance is something that we say around the yard is that because you you don't you're too quad dominant or you wanna be quad dominant like that guy's quad dominant check out the quad dominance on that woman i was one squad dominant and then i learned how to recruit everything that was going on behind me and became a better athlete and so yeah now. The the quad dominance has ended. We have so much to to start with. But let's take a slightly different tack for second because a quick bio of you which everyone is heard. And i think you're living under a rock if you haven't been involved in action sports and all of the advocacy that you've been doing for a minute. Don't think you're gonna skip over all those questions coming back on me on a but you have seen the evolution of these will call. I don't actually sport is in the right word. Lifestyle sports.
"burton snowboards" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee
"Was a paper boy. Nice for about six or seven years. Did the morning paper single-use a week. The older review. I guess i started when i was around ten and i did it. I probably did it for about four or five years now. There was the had to have it done by six thirty in the morning. And then i would go to school after that so it was a little you know one of the that was my first job and then I worked up north in my dad's mining camps actually as a teenager and spent a lot of summers even as young as grade one was a northern scotch. Ruin exploring for uranium back in the seventies nineteen. Seventy eight was my first Mining camp experience as little guy. And then i started working in these caps when i was seventeen eighteen and that's Right around when. I started taking snowboarding seriously than i. I was hired on as a coach after that to coach summer camps for greg kelly and his summer camp set black com- whistler blackcomb. How old were you when you won the gold. So how are even how. When did you start making money in snowboarding to the point where you thought. This could be a career so when i was fifteen. I started snowboarding when i was sixteen. I was sponsored Three or four different companies burton snowboards. At you know. I already had ski racing. I wasn't getting any frequent. We were paying for everything. And then as soon as i started because i ski race until i was fifteen and then i i found snowboarding and gave up ski racing much to my dad's chagrin and Gave it up and started. Snowboarding and then by the next year was sponsored. Competing was sponsored by burton. Snowboards oakley sunglasses and Almost another so as your cross concert and getting some money in and then right up until the olympics in after the olympics. Did you work at anything else. Or is it strictly in snowboarding or you know in winter sports yay i was able to just Actually know what what i did when i was nineteen.
"burton snowboards" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Hey, this right here is why I don't like what? Right Where? Right here. This story right in front of me. What is it? The story right? My hands. Well, read it. Wish. TV. The pretty university basketball team was forced to board a second flight on Monday night after their first charter plane to the Tuesday game in Maryland had to make an emergency landing in Indianapolis. What sort of emergency landing Well, it doesn't go into intimate detail, but the team was heading from West Lafayette, the Baltimore when the plane experienced mechanical issue, like, See if they were on a bus that could just put Over to the side of the road and said second bus come get us and carrying us away. Well, they did exactly that. It sounds like in an airplane, right? Yeah. What if they hadn't been able to make the emergency landing? They did for now. You know what? You should do what you should get on. Take talk. No, no. There is a pair of their twin pilots and they fly together. The women pilots, airmen mail pile. Well, I'm out. But their whole account is set up for people exactly like you who have all kinds of phobias about flying. And so they go through like the common things that people are most afraid of, and they tell them here is why you don't need to be afraid has been really helpful for me because I don't love flying. I mean, I'll do it. Obviously, I'm not as fearful as you are, but I don't like it and there's a lot of things that scare me to death. And so they calm me down. I usually watch their stuff like right before I take a flight on like, what about the turbulence? Like, what does that mean? And then I'll listen to their videos about turbulence. So a couple of follow up questions on this. Let's say you were on a plane that had to make an emergency landing. Would you be OK getting on another plane and continuing on your journey? Are you like This flight is so cursed. I'm out. No, I would get on. I'd get on a new plane. And in fact, I've gotten on planes. This happened to me Just going to Tucson Over Christmas. There was a delay on my way back. I was leaving Tucson and there was a delay getting on the plane because of mechanical difficulties on and so they were like we have to fix these before we allow you to get on the plane, and I still got on the plane and went so that would would be the next question. This plane here. Let's say they landed, They said We fixed it. Let's go. Would you be comfortable staying on that plane? Oh, Johnny. Tough guy. Not so tough anymore, huh? It depends on the mechanical issue like it wasn't something is an engine related, Or is it like the windshield wiper doesn't work they have of landing. An emergency landing of the windshield wiper doesn't work mock. Well, maybe it's a lavatory issue You don't ever really know this isn't Tommy boy and also don't think it's an issue with the bathroom. I think there's something serious that they require the plane to make an emergency landing. Hence the word emergency. It was just, you know, out of oil. You just don't know if it was an easy fix or not Oil like a jiffy Lube. Pull over the jiffy Lube up. Yeah, Okay. Brandi just needed to check that dipstick. Yeah, that's all damage joke. You're gonna love this one. This one came on our voicemail. Why was the snow smiling? I don't know why I was the snow smiling. Saw the snow blower coming. Oh, yeah. There you go. Very good. Right up your alley. We actually got this one from our boss. David, would this next story? Oh, yeah. This is a good one from Yahoo, a public high school teacher in San Francisco named Ingrid's sire Oci. Wrote an op ed for the San Francisco Chronicle that appeared on Sunday and went quickly. Viral has an objection to the quote, privileged white privilege, male privilege and class privilege symbolized by Bernie Sanders, choice of a relatively casual Burton snowboarding jacket and repurpose wool mittens. Can you believe that? This is a thing? She's mad of the Bernie Mim. I'm of him bundled up with looking angry. Yeah, she's claiming that is privileged white privilege male privilege in class privilege. It's just It's the epitome of all of the privilege, she says, because And her rationale for this because I was like, what in the world. How do you get privilege out of this ridiculous get up, And she says it's because ah woman would not be allowed to dress that casually to dress down that much at an inaugural event which I call Bs on. Would you like to read the meter? Read the quote, please. What did they see? They saw a white man in a puffy jacket and huge mittens, just it not only in his social distancing but in his demeanor and attire. What did I see? What did I think My students should see. Ah, wealthy, incredibly well educated and privileged white man showing up for perhaps the most important ritual the decade in a puffy jacket and huge mittens. And Well, if Bernie Sanders deserves whatever he gets, so I'm not wondering what he's getting is like piles and piles of money from capitalizing on this whole thing Well, and to his credit, I believe that, at least on his in the he has donated most of it to of charity meals on wheels to help poor people, which is great. It's how capitalism actually works, Bernie You get to make money off of stuff that people want. And then you can use it for your own purposes. Whether those are altruistic or otherwise. I love this quote. I don't know many poor working class or female or struggling to be taken seriously. Folk who would show up at the inauguration of our 46 president dressed like Bernie? Yeah, they locked down the capital. Regular people can't get in. Hello. But I mean, that's her point is completely nonsense. If a woman wanted to wear that exact get up, people would make fun of her exactly like they're doing with Bernie. It would be like equal opportunity mockery. That's how the world works. It wouldn't be like she would be seen out. She wouldn't be allowed to attend. Her whole argument is preposterous. Just one more thing that's making me furious today. Boy, you are rolling so mad today and so many things. What is new Year? New Year's at the thing? What's going on over here? Well, it's February. This is the worst month of the entire U Look. Valentine I love Valentine's Day. That's the saving grace of out of February but February as a month Sucks, because it's you know, it's like the dead of winter. It's like the wintry ist of winter months, and it's when it's gray all the time. And I just hate February. Uh, Can we switch gears here? Yes. Did you know Jenna Jameson is 46 years old? Well, you told me that And I guess I thought like she was actually a little older. Really? Not because she looks bad. I'm not saying that. I just thought she was a little I thought she was close to my age..
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"To hurt you. We are, we believe. The goodness of mankind. That's where we're all together here and always got an ax. No, he's got a machete. Nobody's got a baseball bat. It is, you know, that's kind of what we want to be known for it. Being the other. Shocking. Sorry. What do you say that What I'm packing. However, all right, so business news. The Bernie Mittens. Do you believe how Something is simple and kind of sweet as this has taken on a life of its own, the means I've posted two or three means on my own personal Facebook page. And forward slash Doug Stephan. With him in various parties. Just sitting there on the mittens on it, And it shows me a couple of things how people can get on to something like this ever become as wildly successful as this woman has a matter of fact, I guess the story really is That Vermont Teddy bear. As you get into this woman, and they pardon it up s o that now they're gonna make you know, we all know Vermont Teddy bear right? How many years we advertised them on this program there around every year at this time is a matter of fact, it's Valentine's Day is around, although they don't choose to be here. For whatever the reason, sometimes just wear out on certain things so Um, the stuff that Bernie was wearing apparently become very popular, especially up into Vermont. The schoolteacher who made the mittens was Jen Ellis, right? And so her supply sold out in minutes. And so it is time and so she she has an 18,000. At least at this point. It's 18,000 people on a waiting list for these mittens, So she's like, I can't She can't knit 18,000 mittens so remote Teddy Bear has decided to make mittens whether which will be great, but it's also had this because it goes. A dollar from every pair goes to the make a wish Vermont Foundation, which is Wonderful. Um And so, Yeah, it's cute. I'd say to come like to comments on that. First of all. How lucky was she that it was freezing cold that Bernie was cold there them in the men's because I was the best marketing she could have ever not paid for second of all. How funny is it? That socialist Bernie Sanders just shot a great lesson in capitalism. You know, he really Jennifer, you know, that's also cool, though. Burning burning, You know, he's walking the walk. He's representing with the mittens. The coat that he was wearing that everybody was God. That code is so ugly. Well, it's Veron. It's yes. Burton snowboarding Company based in Vermont, so he was really wrapping his state that day quote that he was wearing Which I did think this pretty ugly that's sold out and then a lot of other burden. Coats sold out so of the way of those coats of skiing and they're just having coffee Morning. Yeah, there's a color that you had was pretty their funk. Whatever very function, let's get rid of putting it. So let me ask for clarification here. This lady said, her etc. Supplies Hold on F C E T s. Why? What is you Keep asking this question. I don't know I'm here because I don't You just go to etc dot com and you because I want you to tell me this. Told you times we have told you So, Yeah, I think I asked you the first time because There was an announcement that the SC color of the year was sky Blue, and something was okay. What is etc. They told you a long time ago we have ever made in America. I'm like you should go to, etc. Because that's right. A lot of people do you know what's the significance of their color of the year? It's urgent have their own trends. So they find they just reported that the in terms of what people are searching on their site. That sky blue, whether its interior decorating things colors that's the color that they call search and seize the day corner. It's not only will you please just go to etc dot com Look so This has been months of us trying to tell you what craft fair. Have you ever been to a premiere? Yes. Yeah, Okay. It's that online. Yeah, it's just It's really simple. Jewelry, clothing, housetop. I've been my houses, mostly blue and cream. Like light blue. I have a moderate blew in the bathroom. And I have the tremors all cream around the house, so I don't know. Nobody ever asks me where my decorating trees it. Actually, I didn't pick me calling. You don't even decorate your own house. So why would anyone ask you? Well, you know, I did have a hand deserving picking. I like Blue because I think Blue represents the most positive and there's something wonderfully positive about blue. Don't you think? Well, that's what has he said that the sky that say So I'm following blue today Be suppressing it, Zach. I say, you know what? That's a great example of words that have double meanings and people who come to this country gets so confused. By learning the language because as you just said, Blue is a color but blue also, if you don't feel well, people say in and using our language that I feel blue today I feel and I do. I feel blue because I wanted my really good friends died over the weekend, so I feel blue. In a sense, it doesn't It hasn't taken over my life, but I feel I'm sad about it, So I just I think maybe all right, I get it. I guess I get it. Sam's Club. More business news. Credit card relaunch. If you are a Sam's club plus member, anybody here, Okay. There we go. Can you explain it again? What? Sam's club is? Can you tell us again, sama? Are you asking me? Yeah, it was. Go ahead, explain it to us. We just don't understand it and we refused to Google it. So tell us Is that his shot at me because they didn't go after etc. Very cute anyway. Well, Sam's club. I don't even I don't understand this was floating around. And people are making a sort of a big deal out of it. I don't know why anybody would join Sam's Club because they're many other places. Sam's Club is the Wal Mart version of BJ's, if you will, and there were lots of Sam's clubs around for a while, and now they pretty much all disappeared. You know what I want my next question to be, But I'm afraid the answer. Uh what? Go ahead. Go ahead. Come now. I'm not moving. I'm not budging into the store, or were you just talking about Wal Mart. When I say.
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"The Vermont senator bundled up on Inauguration Day, getting Photoshopped into the cast of friends with Forrest Gump on a bench on the moon and on the Bridge of the Starship Enterprise. But the social media phenomenons raised nearly $2 million for Vermont Charities. Bernie Sanders has been selling shirts and stickers of himself in that brown parka and wool mittens, he says the chair man Sanders merchandise keeps selling out online. Even Getty images will be donating. Its proceeds to add the Sanders photo. Two meals on Wheels and Burton snowboards is donating 50 jackets to Vermont families. Jackie Quinn, Washington You may be laughing at those photoshopped images of Senator Bernie Sanders in his winter coat and mittens, but they're raising a lot of money for charity. The Vermont senator bundled up on Inauguration Day, getting Photoshopped into the cast of friends with Forrest Gump on a bench on the moon and The bridge of the Starship Enterprise. But the social media phenomenons raised nearly $2 million for Vermont charities. Bernie Sanders has been selling shirts and stickers of himself in that brown parka and wool mittens, he says the chair man Sanders merchandise keeps selling out online. Even Getty images will be donating its proceeds to add the Sanders photo. Two meals on wheels and Burton snowboards is donating 50 jackets to Vermont family. Is Jackie Quinn, Washington Those wool mittens and Brown Parker that sparked a social media sensation are generating big bucks for charities in Vermont. Nearly $2 million. Senator Sanders is selling shirts and other merchandise with his image online, donating the proceeds to help people in his state, he says it's no substitute, though for action by Congress, Sanders is pushing for Americans to get the relief they need due to the pandemic A lot of times Those nuances can be cut short and left on the editing room floor. But this is this is definitely a This is definitely not one of those movies. It will heighten their perspective of What it means to be an ally. To humanity and what it means to be complicit and that those are that those can't live in the same world 12 years in prison. I think will make you a little Nam will make you I mean, we've seen stories about the trauma of incarceration. On DSA. Oh, that played a part and how I wanted to portray this character even as we hurt. We hope from one major event to another for Amanda Gorman After restarting her poem the Hill. We climbed up the presidential inauguration last week. Government has another turn in the spotlight next month, she'll be working up another original poem this time for the Super Bowl. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says Gorman is being asked to crank out something to pay tribute to the honorary Captains at the big game a week from Sunday. 30 people who have served during the Corona virus pandemic have been chosen for the honor. They'll take part in the coin toss before the game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Moscow Wells Gabriel We'll soon be hearing more from the poet who captivated the nation at Joe Biden's inauguration. Even as we hurt, we hope from one major event to another for Amanda Gorman After reciting her poem the Hill. We climbed up the presidential inauguration last week. Government has another turn in the spotlight next month, she'll be working up another original poem this time for the Super Bowl. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says Gorman is being asked to crank out something to pay tribute to the honorary captains at the big game a week from Sunday. Three people who have served during the Corona virus pandemic have been chose. And for the honor, they'll take part in the coin toss before the game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Moscow Wells Gabriel Authorities in Europe and North America announced Wednesday the disruption of what may be the world's largest network for seeding malware infections. Cyber cops from the Netherlands, Germany, the United States, the UK, France, Lithuania, Canada and Ukraine took part of the operation coordinated by Europol and Euro just's experts say, eh Motet first discovered in 2014. Has been responsible for hundreds of millions of dollars in losses globally. In addition, through hundreds of thousands of compromise toasts, M o Tet sent more than 10 Million Spam and phishing emails a week. I might cross e O AP NEWS I'm.
Bernie Sanders' mittens, memes help raise $1.8M for charity
"You may be laughing at those photoshopped images of senator Bernie Sanders in his winter coat and mittens but they're raising a lot of money for charity the Vermont senator bundled up on inauguration day getting photoshopped into the cast of friends with Forrest Gump on a bench on the moon and on the bridge of the starship enterprise but the social media phenomenons raised nearly two million dollars for Vermont charities Bernie Sanders has been selling shirts and stickers of himself in that brown parka and wool mittens he says the chair man Sanders merchandise keeps selling out online even Getty images will be donating its proceeds to add the Sanders photo two meals on wheels and Burton snowboards is donating fifty jackets to Vermont families Jackie Quinn Washington
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"His first impeachment trial last year. That's the latest on Mr Taylor. And I'm Susanna Palmer. In the Bloomberg News Room. Top Democrats vowed to investigate troubling questions about the involvement of officials at the Department of Justice in efforts to reverse former President Donald Trump's election loss. Responding to a report by The New York Times, Senator Dick Durbin tweeted late yesterday that the Senate Judiciary Committee, which he will chair in the new Congress. Would take up the matter. The New York Times reported late Friday that Trump considered firing acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen and replacing him with another DOJ lawyer, Jeffrey Clarke, who was prepared to back Trump's efforts to overturn the election. New York City teachers are among those getting their covert 19 vaccines. This after Governor Andrew Cuomo opened up inoculations for educators, high school teachers Sorry. Rosenberg got her first dose of the modern, a two shot vaccine last Tuesday and says she's looking forward to seeing her students in person. After teaching mostly online last year. I just can't wait and so All the teachers of accident and all this will staff in person. Another vaccinated, you can go back safely. Teacher Kids thean gullible image of Bernie Sanders bundled up in a jacket and mittens at the U. S presidential inauguration. Didn't just spawned means around the world. It also led to a massive spike in sales. We get more about that from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellet Burton snowboards. That's the Vermont outerwear company that made the coat senator War of Joe Biden's inauguration, said its website husband inundated with visitors over the past few days. Sales of the edge comb down jacket on Wednesday. We're more than double that of the previous 17 days.
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"Hi, Laurie In June. You know I did this last week. I listened to one of our shows. They're very nice. It's so easy. Yeah. Bite size things. And it gets people are wondering about you. Sometimes they listen, and they're like, Hey, how come we didn't get to hear the Friday jukebox? Right? Get to hear new music Friday. Well, there's rules about what we put on over the air versus what we can put on Internet face forever, so we don't have rights to like playing music on the podcast where we can play him. On the air. So the how you got those out slowly the artists in the name and then say to you future people. You're going to have to go to YouTube right now. So, Yeah. How it cuts that out and stuff Because because we'll get flagged like you're not supposed to play the new Bon Jovi signal. All right, Well, okay, we gotta talk about I mean, the President Biden's in operation yesterday was full of memorable fashion moments and there was a great Story. Vanessa freed MENUS rates for The New York Times about just we've always paid attention to what the fashion is What is happening at an inauguration. Um, but yesterday, you know, it was Michelle Obama's her freshly pressed hair and her pants suit and then, uh, Kamila Harris were in the purple Pantsuit than her stepdaughter wearing immunity. Quote. There were lots of things leading goggles. Shit. Perelli outfit Lee, the Earth. What's your name? Sister Day lotion in the Chanel. Okay. Catherine did not like Lady Gaga is often Catherine would not know a dramatic ballgown moment. If it hit her when you symbolism in Are you being the Star Spangled Banner at a presidential inauguration? Yes. To you. A ball gown is 100% warranted, And that was shipper Ellie. It was rather beautiful white. That was like my favorite out of arm. And then last night, I thought Katy Perry's You called it the band. But Daria that buried But I love that. Look, I love that looked at nothing. Okay, I love it. It's everything from yesterday, There were many grail bashing moments. Yes, She had a beautiful outfit last night, all in cream. But the fashion moment that's reigning supreme is Bernie Sanders getting at geriatric drip and sitting in his lawn chair. In his mittens full dead. He's been MIM did into everything. Jennifer Aniston, friends Sex and the city is our parent. Every I mean, he's been mean. Everywhere you can think of. And even though it's been going on almost 24 hours, I'm not sick of it. I'm not either because it makes me laugh. Okay, But what is it with the mittens? Who knows this story about this truly of the mitten? Okay, tell me the story because they look like do we have it in the story rack? Okay. Carrie can't verify left in or not? Yeah, but we can talk about it. I mean, you were did you read about it? E. I did read about it that we cannot get these damn mittens. They were knitted by my lady. Who you know, said gave them to him as like a gift, and it's like old sweaters and plastic bags. Yes, she was like a Vermont schoolteacher that made mittens out of recycled stuff. She just gave them to him. Those mittens have their own account. I love the Demi Moore with the hands of Patrick's crazy and the mittens. That was really a creative one because the men's were going up and down. Ah, lot of people are just meaning in his whole chair. It's so funny. So his jacket that he wore which I thought was like an llB ng down jackets. A Parker and rule was Burton Snowboards, Jack. Yeah, Yeah, no people were over code. He was excessively under underdressed and far away from everybody You could tell and get the baby out with the smell. I'm just gonna read my inbox. Well, if this is not so we posted the place, but it is It really has been giving a lot of fun. Here is a report from the Today show about the many fashion that were on display yesterday. In the midst of a pandemic and political unrest. Inauguration Day wasn't just an opportunity to dress up, but.