17 Burst results for "Featherstone"

"featherstone" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

John and Ken on Demand

05:22 min | 2 months ago

"featherstone" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

"Then i mean if he was skeptical or whatever reason no one else has the right to be skeptical. Anybody skeptical now is a drunk driver but when he was skeptical it was cool. The la county sheriff's department announced that they have arrested a man that they identify as a narcotics dealer who apparently disguised himself as a homeless outreach advocate sheriff to say people lining their pockets trying to take advantage of this homeless situation. I gary featherstone had been using a tent and apparently under the guise of helping the homeless. He would apparently sell water bottles of soda and snacks to the homeless. They're in venice however what he was really doing was also selling them drugs. He actually had registered as a homeless enterprise with the city of los angeles finance department. It was he getting. Was he getting some of that. Any any grant money. Yeah grant money tax money. Maybe maybe this just allowed him to skirt some of the licensing rules because he's acting as a homeless. Well wait a second. I if he operates a homeless enterprise that's registered with the los angeles finance department. So because what you do. Is you set up. Nonprofits in order to get grants from hr pro h h which was the tax money we agreed to spend on homelessness and it gets funneled or laundered through all these nonprofits. Many of them were fake. I wonder if this guy had one. He was actually selling meth and pcp was he was right by mike. Barnes venice bridge home encampment. Course that's where the customer he set himself up. That's what the customers are now. You're not gonna believe this but it's true. I know a guy who knows this guy really well again. I know a guy who knows a guy. No gary featherstone's guy rested. I know a guy who's been very familiar with featherstone for many decades. Okay with only one. I thought there was two degrees of separation just want just just one degree of separation. Does this person have any comment yet. He said featherstone has been a gangster criminal since he was a kid. And featherstone is sixty five in case you know. But he's been in and out of jail and that the sheriff's noam really well and when the sheriffs finally came to dismiss people off the boardwalk. Right they they knew this guy. They've been dealing with him for a long long time. They knew onsite that he was up to. No good. Didn't didn't shock him that they found meth and And pcp but right what happens it with l. a. city is the police had backed off. Right i'm sure. Lapd nauseam but garcetti lapd back off bond and had him back up. Sheriff's came in. They actually did their job. And i think they saw as gary featherstone there. It's like you again. So he's He's got a long long history of committing a lot of crimes in venice. Going back is Is childhood i'm looking at it up here. Let me see what. I can find out homeless. Enterprise kerry kerry featherstone address three west venice avenue los angeles homeless enterprises of business. Nah registered with the city of los angeles. The business location start date is february tenth.

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"featherstone" Discussed on Meditative Story

Meditative Story

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"featherstone" Discussed on Meditative Story

"I just needed to be a cowboy to see. Thank you. In, just a moment I'll guide you through closing meditation..

"featherstone" Discussed on Meditative Story

Meditative Story

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"featherstone" Discussed on Meditative Story

"Couch and a chair. I cry myself to sleep at night. Burn above my mom in there with him. When night mom? Wakes. Me Up. The house is dark she whispers. Are you ready to go with Mommy? We, leave daddy now. Yes I'm ready I'm like you mean now. Can Be got up out of their. Mama. Move into a place right in the middle of Harlem crips. D-. In, south. Central. Los Angeles. From BAD COMPTON WHO TO WORSE Gangs everywhere. Eighteenth Stream. Rolling. Twenties grams black P stones, black guerrilla families. Pretty soon, get into trouble with a few older guys. I'm a little do. Eight years old. One Sunday. They take me out to school. Put me into a window to open the door for him. They grab. Computers Projectors. I grab but I like. Pins and Marcus. Spinning. Out of my pocket. This is my first time doing this. The police come. The older guys they make a run for it in the cops they catch me. I didn't tell anybody a name or anything like that. I know the rules snitch is get stitches. Monitor the COPS 'cause my mom's and tell what happened. My mother and stepfather come pick me up and get one of the worst beings I've had in my life. Tells me. I'm headed for one or two places to prison or the gray. I tell myself why got gotta make a choice now have to pick a side. I picked a cowboy and I never engaged in any gang activities or anything like that again, but it's not like you just get to say, no thanks, I don't want you gang. You have no idea how many fights I got into just to stay me. To say, no, you're not going to jump into this gang. Do My exercise pushups in my own and my friends they be. You better leave him alone. Just, because he's not out here, banging doesn't mean he's not with the business. But I, know there's another way. Cowboy. Way I WANNA be the one to come clean up the town. But I can't do that he. Can't do it now. I know this from my westerns. The heroes they go away. They.

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"featherstone" Discussed on Meditative Story

Meditative Story

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"featherstone" Discussed on Meditative Story

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"featherstone" Discussed on Meditative Story

Meditative Story

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"featherstone" Discussed on Meditative Story

"featherstone" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"featherstone" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

"Anticipated trilogy history. Well, there's here's podcast. Like, it'd be like if they made. even know I'm trying to a movie that just tanked. It's more of a series of books by by saying. That move the Phantom that they wanted to make. Foreign, it was so bad right? It's not a big appetite for this, but okay I mean. This is tweet this morning. I was like Oh my God they did this again. We're GONNA keep doing. This point why not? So? Yeah, I'm in the back and. GPK I'm looking for an hour. I thought Chris Drove. A few years. Apparently, he's A. A jeep with the doors off comes blaring in blaring music. ooh tough guy. Tough Guy. This'll really roast. You Yeah, guess what Song You're playing Bruce, wonder run. Wow, a mother. Now does your Ashfield God with a loser. Now you really got me. I'm standing at the entrance and he has to like punching the key code next week, but I couldn't. Really I mean based on the music and everything I knew it was him, but I couldn't really toes him so trying to get him to say something. Hello Good Morning Hello. He's ignoring me turns the music up, and then he starts to drive away fast so I'm just like well. What do I do and of course I? Put My foot in front of Iran. Overs Ren over I'll give you a final report. I might maybe filing suit Curtis himself as. Enough, we'll do that. We need to call Saul. We gotTA GET A. Lawyer here. On your hands. Are you considering it? Featherstone has put me in touch with the proper people considering good good good was that it was at the highlight of the the only other. GCA midlife cry well, that's A. Little early for a midlife crisis, he'll be dead, so you could tell. It was some the middle of his life. Jesus really toes summer because all the doors were off while. They one answer it probably know try and try the star six seven. Yeah, maybe we should say I mean are you so you're not going to comment on whether you're Leila. Is Not to just commented your advice to tell the whole story. Evidently lawyer will let you tell me. Okay, so that's all the summer legal team here. You've just admitted that the entire thing was a ruse. You actually kind of made. It sound like you were harassing him at his workplace doesn't..

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"featherstone" Discussed on The Big Web Show

The Big Web Show

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"featherstone" Discussed on The Big Web Show

"Designed low contrast radio buttons. They were they were really, you know, a very subtle in the interface simply because they wanted a custom color scheme, and they they, you know, traditionally, we couldn't style radio buttons and check boxes and selects the way that we wanted to. So we did all kinds of things like hide the actual radio button. And then create a custom thing that is that is there and matches the color scheme, and the brand palette and all that stuff. So. We I remember doing assessment. On on that at the design stage looking at the kind of the mockups and saying like, this is there's not enough contrast on these radio buttons. And this was this was two thousand and four five years ago and seeing things where we knew that those those radio buttons weren't going to have enough contrast on them for someone in a variety different scenarios to be able to perceive those properly within the within the page. We knew it was going to be an issue. And we got a little bit of pushback saying, you know, well, let's those those things are radio buttons. They're not text and at the time in two thousand fifteen two thousand fourteen fifteen the only requirement for contrast, what that was written in the spec was was that text and images of text had to have enough contrast on them, and it didn't you know, theoretically apply. Two two things that weren't that weren't contrast now one of the reasons non textual interface elements, and so one of the reasons that we, you You know. know, the the. Guidance came from a time that was long before we did all kinds of things with custom custom radio buttons. And custom check boxes. And so the spec maybe didn't even -ticipant that that would be a thing. So that, you know, no, no fault on the people writing this back. It just wasn't a practice that we had foreseen maybe. And so like Ted Turner when people perspec- used to colorized movies in the nineteen ninety s he thought it's a shame that young people aren't watching these great black and white movies like CASA Blanca, they're multis falcon, all add color digitally. And so with early they they did that any patented that tyrod patented it, but he kind of owned the process and directors guild, the directors guild push back and said, you can't do destroying these masterpieces right here were shot, very carefully in black and white, you know, with like tremendous color valued tremendous contrast and. And you ruining all that. He said, well, if the directors didn't want that they should have wrote that in their contracts, which I thought was is there was basically saying since they couldn't anticipate computers, adding color. They didn't even think people would watch their movie a year later. Exactly exactly it was it was it was like this week's blog post. It was like this is this move. We are current movie, and they were gonna make another movie in, you know, and then we're all gonna die. They know that the stuff was gonna last a hundred years..

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"featherstone" Discussed on The Big Web Show

The Big Web Show

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"featherstone" Discussed on The Big Web Show

"But the software that we use on the back end to do. Some of our academic duties every year changes in every year, it sucks the different way. I'm trying to take attendance. And they'll send me these emails unique lifted you take -tendance I will then have to look up again where what's the you are out because they never clued that in the letter, right? Just they punish me chastise. Maybe they don't include that because that would be helpful. And then when I get there I have to spend ten minutes remembering. How it works because it's so unintuitive then it's like there's some kind of fancy Java script loading there's like badly done. Lazy loading of my students. And as a result like three students are there. But I have a teen students. But can't Mark the attendance on all I have to wait for them to load after a fresh. And I think if I wasn't a web designer, I don't even know if I could do this. And then I think we're these people that were teaching there. They're in a master's program. They're brilliant at U X. They're going to go out and make magnificent software. Many of them already have. And here we are struggling with this nineteen ninety nine mentality current technology but badly understood badly used like I'm I don't have any physical disabilities that I'm aware of. And yet it'll take me thirty minutes to take attendance on this thing. And I could go on if I I I wrote a letter. Not do any good. Because the person the only person I can contact is. So who's who didn't design this offering red didn't did select. So I I'm winding to them just making their day. A little worse absorb did that. But unlike we're teaching you x one of the highest rated you X programs in the country. And I should be able to check a box or not checking it's not complicated. Like, we figure this stuff out in nineteen ninety four like this. It's it's somewhere. There's an engineer thought it would be fancy in it worked on their system. Well, that's that's exactly it. Right. It's I think for a lot of and this is not this is not limited to engineers. This is the designers as well that that we. We we so rarely get to experience the context of the applications and things that we've built and designed right? They we're we're seeing them almost in like in near perfect laboratory conditions when we're creating them, and we are creating them with with, you know, theoretically ideal users so to speak, you know, where where we're doing all of this work as people, you know, with with with privileged people with high powered computers people with, you know, huge digital experience, and the people that we are building things for we forget are not like us and not like they are. And so I remember the the there's a thing that Google did quite a while ago. I can't remember the the year, but they interviewed people on the streets asking about what browser they?.

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"featherstone" Discussed on The Big Web Show

The Big Web Show

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"featherstone" Discussed on The Big Web Show

"But if I was trying to try and do some squats my knee kind of turns out rather than being straight in line forward. Like the other one does. So it's a little bit. Different. We should have a trigger warning for this episode, maybe because pretty intense, but at so so. I have some knee issues too because I did a dumb exercise badly or a bad exercise dumb way years ago. Also because I'm old, but. But I, you know, and I I think part of it is. Pro needed feet. So I wear shoes the correct for that. Right. Think in doing that. They're twisting my legs in ways that they weren't. So I just feel for you. That's what I'm saying. And also if I were you I would have basically said I'm gonna Rockaway chair. That's fine. I don't get how you became an athlete, but you definitely have. So I admire that you did that you don't it doesn't show it all when you walk. I mean, I've I've watched you give your speaker. I've seen you presented lots of shows. And you you walk like, a yoga master, you walk in a very grounded way. Right. You walk like both your feet, definitely touched the earth. You don't notice? I don't know this. How people do with everybody wanna freak out other speakers. Like, oh my God over watching watching my legs. And no, thanks. I it's not like that. It's just that. I noticed that you have a sort of a very. Strong clear bearing as you walk on the stage at end just generally through life. So I admire that in that seems like it would be years of brackets and just some kind of discipline. Yeah. And I'm not I'm not even sure what it is to be honest with you. I do notice there are times when it's when it's worse where I actually do notice a limp. But it's, you know, my I remember my parents when I was young, you know, they basically didn't want. You know, they didn't let they didn't let this thing. Like, hold me back in any way, shape or form. They wouldn't let me, you know, allow it to hold me back in any way. And there was they were always very much of the opinion that you know, there's there's nothing you can't do just go and go and do it anyway and certain things were harder. My left leg is not as strong as my right leg when I think that's. That's that's natural for people that have a club foot. But I think it also it's kind of a a self-fulfilling prophecy. So to speak in that that because it's not as strong, I use my right leg more, which then also makes right leg stronger, and makes my left leg continue to be be weaker. So cla- when exercise now I when I'm doing squats. I do a lot of body weight exercises just things that I can do everyday things that are easy to do while I'm on the road. And when I do squats, I I right now, I only do squats with my left leg..

"featherstone" Discussed on The Big Web Show

The Big Web Show

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"featherstone" Discussed on The Big Web Show

"Does not give medical advice seeing your doctor. We are not a substitute for seeing Dr AM some really colds. Nobody listens to this would think that so I'm not worried. Then again, I saw news news photo today of many many people organized to protest for their right? Not to knock your children against measles. So. You know, who knows we think everyone's different everyone is different and some are more different than others. And that includes you and me, absolutely. We are very different. Your pass to excess ability. I know that when you were a child on your path to being ironman too. I know that when you I think you had a club foot when your child something like that. Is that correct? Yes. Still still do have have a club foot was born with it. And it's it's still with me today. Although, you know, they they do things when you're young to try and kind of release that club foot in and repair it so to speak. So we I had I was in casts for quite a while during my first, I think three years or so, and I was in is it an inward turning what exactly what is the foot shape differently? Or does it is it too? It's a little bit of both. So I mean, the ultimate effect was that my my leg. So it's my left my left leg. My left foot that my leg was straight. But my foot was kind of. Turned in. And and not just not just turned in like, you know, you you've heard the phrase probably before pigeon. Toed not turned in like that. But actually, literally the shape of my foot was was was turned in the bones were curved like it's all early Virga Nommik. It was like it was like a sports car. It was designed as if the foot was designed that went. Yeah. Exactly. And so it was kind of it was turned in and the bottom of my foot. It's like usually turned in and down a little bit. So, you know, the one of the effects is that. What are the effects is the that? My achilles tendon is is shorter. Like, so they when they do the the achilles. Tendon ish. Order all of the stuff all the little ligaments in the bottom of your foot are shorter..

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"featherstone" Discussed on The Big Web Show

The Big Web Show

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"featherstone" Discussed on The Big Web Show

"Matters. I host Jeffrey Zeldin and my guest today. First time on the show. I can't believe that first time show. Derek Featherstone chief experience officer for level excessive level access and. Former founder of while at him. Tell the story he's upset. He's an iron man of teacher, accessibility writer and speaker. He's a finisher. I don't know what that means. But we'll find out any got a fantastic video series on exists ability that you can binge watch. Instead of Star Trek discovery, for example. I don't know why they came to my Derek. Hello. Hello. Jeffrey. You have a bit of a sore throat today. I always have a little bit of something going on with my throat. Probably because I spend a lot of time up in up in the air in airplanes, and that sort of thing, and it always seems to catch up with me. So I'm I'm taking precautionary measures and have already got a cough drop in my mouth ready to go. Beautiful beautiful. I'm sorry about that. I I think that must be why people tell me I have more colds than anybody. But that may be the reason for me to just always up in that recycled all it takes is one of people with germs in the home planes, exposed exactly I get to the point where I I have actually started taking a little bit of backtra ban, which is like a really strong antibiotic. I went on a. A cruise one time, and I had to see the doctor on the on the cruise because I was getting this like Like a. a throat infection or something like that. And we were talking about things, and he said to me, you know, what's going on you travel a lot of travel all the time. And he said, you should take this backtra band, which is like a as I said like a thing of it is like poly sporran, but but like way stronger, and he said, you should take a little bit of that. And he said it sounds wrong. But you should take a little bit of that. And rub it on the inside of your nose. And oh, and so I started doing that. And I got sick a whole lot less. And so I don't know if that's a thing or if he just made it up in it. There's a placebo effect going on. But. It's an antibiotic. Yeah, it's called backtra band. And that's that's the brand name. But that's probably the Canadian brand name. It could be the actual drug is called MU. Pirro sin 'em UP. I R are N new players like mucus something. I hadn't really thought of it that way until now. But sure, yeah, that's that's gonna be inspiring to work on the related issues as a doctor you thank you for sharing that the big web show.

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"featherstone" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"featherstone" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

"Did you did that after a while did that start to straight? You did you think I want to be a will you just happy working? Think did frustrated bit probably sort of wanted something meaty. Yeah, dramatic. Yeah. And it was hard to get seem because you've seen as comedy on. Paddy Considine was one. I think who took punt the biggest and this was Toronto shore. Yes. So how did he come to think? I'll get the go from peepshow, no idea. Now what we met on the hot fuzz over. Right. Of course. Yes. This is story that I've told it was time to forgive known. But. Pow excited to meet, Patty. I was no big fan. And on his first day. We had rehearsals together, and he was delayed because he'd had to come from visor America all the north of England or stop me hit come from not London bit further soocer waiting for it. And then he came up stairs. And I was so excited to meet him but grin high and I from the dove him after you, and he says that when I have been the dough for him. He thought oh she'd be right for that. For my short film. Oh, right said as more of the story. Yeah. Also, the dove, buddy. And at the time I was doing a series of show, and I'd already said petty. Oh my God. Yes. Please love to do the show at seeing the script. And it was in Glasgow. And it was quite bad weather. And then one of the producers on pictures said we're not going to let you go up to Glasgow because the weather we can't get you back. And I there's no fucking way. You can't commit to something and low budget what they're going to do if you don't turn up. And so I it not him paid my in-flight went to gals go. I was bowled. Well. Day as grant and peep peep show were able to sort of maybe rejig danton upon them. But they couldn't right. Yes. She's rude. You can't know quite one of the edgy could go, and I wouldn't not tend to peop- to know. I think most people are very accommodating for each other because they will know the feeling, but I think being told no was the thing that may be I can go. Peop- you up to that point. It'd been the thing that you are most known for me as you came in the building this morning Sunday show. The fucking Queen. Does that that did that feel like a sort of thing was I getting recognized in the street and things for the first time on doing. And I didn't advert around around that. Of course you day. Ensured cards, you a right and that had become the bane of my life. A low careful. Never mind. That's it. So people wish. Yes. I thought that we're gonna run that for about a week. But they run it felt like four times a day for years. Yes. I'm not what your host of new. No. Because they did. It was a buyout. Oh, will they send us out to be both host for that? So yeah, they it will run it for short amount of time. And here's your fee in the old days, you go peace, didn't you? Yeah. But I didn't get that deal. So they run it for year having just by which is headed I think lost some jobs because a really 'cause you're still recognizable from that commercial. Yeah. So you had that you're you're running. And that's I suppose that was what you are in the public consciousness, then Patty puts you in this movie, which couldn't have been more different was Toronto on that sort of move into want of a better word more dramatic acting is that is that we're broach came from is that where they so, you know, maybe I can't remember how did it come boat? Would they just call you up or did you get script first or so it was Jane and Chris Featherstone Featherstone, and Chris I love calling him chin bull. Because that was mis- mis- on when you go to a dinner. His name was written Timbo visit of chip no just. I bet he wishes it never told me that Christian bubble. Jane for the stone. Sent me the script and remember reading that first episode that was that visceral. And we're gonna do I want Matt wants to say those words, but on the day and not for feeling and went to meet them..

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"featherstone" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"featherstone" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"We are back sam cedar on the majority report on the phone a pleasure to welcome to the program for the first time i believe the contributing editor to nation journalist liza featherstone author of will her latest is divining desire focus groups and the culture of consultation i have here in my hand liza welcome to the program thank you so much so let's let's start with what the origin of focus groups are is were sure well the their origins are are would surprise most people they really come out of social democratic politics in the sense that these the these qualitative methods were were first developed in a in the context of viennese socialism because the the the leaders in socialist vienna really as as the social scientists paul lesser filled who came out of that mill you said leader of he said we had to understand where why are propaganda was a successful of that under.

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"featherstone" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"featherstone" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"You are listening to a free version of majority report with sam cedar to support this show and get another fifty minutes daily program could jordi dot s m please the de rob pau with sam sita it is thursday march fifteenth two thousand eighteen my name is sam cedar this is the five time award winning majority report we are broadcasting live steps from the industrially ravage ghana's canal in the heartland of america downtown brooklyn usa on the program today contributing editor of the nation magazine journalist liza featherstone on her book divining desire focus groups and the culture of consultation also on the program today the senate passes the doddfrank rollback on the tenth anniversary of the implosion of bear stearns meanwhile trump brags about lies he told to foreign leaders and hundreds maybe thousands certainly thousands maybe hundreds of thousands students walk out of their classrooms yesterday in protest of gun violence a half a dozen white house officials seem to be on the chopping block as does fbi director andrew mccabe meanwhile us france and germany now say russia was likely responsible for the nerve gas attack in the uk which sent twentythree russian diplomats packing republicans reeling from the results in pennsylvania's eighteenth district and the theranos founder was charged with massive fraud and had to give back a small portion of what she still larry cudlow trump's new top economic advisor so wrong he has to be right and trump's cabinet the ones who haven't been fired have been living quite large ladies and gentlemen and lastly a trump wall builder hopeful guy who applied to build trump's wall see through gotta be seethrough dress people best people charged with a mosque bombing in minnesota.

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"featherstone" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

No Such Thing As A Fish

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"featherstone" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

"Well just on a b specifically honey bee genitalia i was reading about their sex life and andy yes it is sexy uh they all know now just remembered what it is they they have sex and the ejaculation is so intense for them their penis explodes history there's actually an audible paul the humans can here whoa any what where are you listening the stethoscope we should move onto our third fact guys okay it is time for our third fact of the show and that is a james harkin okay my front this week is the man who invented the pink flamingo god an woman dressed in much inclodes with his wife the 35 years it's amazing it's led is it where there is a sweet okay share for where it the sweets this is really female chippa suites was is so incredible like even when they were in different places she up pack his suitcase a tell him what to wear on each day so they folk closer to each other there was made me feel closer to my upon because they feel like i need to reassess the relationship there was an interview with this guy's wife he was called donald featherstone any died in two thousand and fifteen others an interview with his wife and she said that donald proposed on the first date and they've been together almost all the time since wa and then go part that much and they said we find it funny he when we're watching those crime shows and they say what's was wearing when you last saw him i've it was we could point to ourselves and say this.

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"featherstone" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

Monday Morning Podcast

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"featherstone" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

"Do that guy i swear to god is like mickey featherstone odd fuck and skates jimmy coated you know that's why when i look at abe's got that same haircut anybody read that book the west these three reminds me of a you should be at house kitchen in the '70s but he's played for the flyers all right kerr sillo suspended let's see what this brings up sorry winston churchill uh cheap shot car solo pilots two thousand what the fuck daily do but everybody knows what he did let me know is slowing already daily did southern against the capitals i have the fucking idea anyway let's get onto the advice somebody wanted to give me some advice this week which is the nice turkey considering it it is the holidays all right jesus christ priscilla has more fight videos that britney spears has look at my vagina videos thank you that was a joke sorry i'm sick this is really bad covered bill step it up or you know i didn't finish tell the story about the guy downstairs racers fuck it asshole this is what he does any time uh by girl for walks across the floor he tisco's i see say he goes like i'll gray keep it up key been up he says the euisrael sarcastic an infuriates by girl to not fuck it add to the point that she's claiming that he's harassing her if she wants to go downstairs and have a talk with the sky.

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"featherstone" Discussed on Every Little Thing

Every Little Thing

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"featherstone" Discussed on Every Little Thing

"Hey everybody you may remember the back in the far we kicked off a and go campaigned the basic premises that foaming goes are terrifying monsters don't get the respect that they deserve because their pink hashtag guests woman go still tweeting about it anyway i wanted to tell you now that the campaign is not over not by a long chat we are taking it to the top lamego influencers mm you through judo hi i'm looking for claude uh hold on to complete thanks yellow high is a squad yes it is this is flora lichtman from the podcast every little thing oh good afternoon good afternoon to you thanks for being up for chatting with us it beats working claude chapter lane is one of the most powerful figures in the flamingo world my parents started the business in nineteen fifty seven and i started working with my father raff the school at the age of thirteen years old and i've been doing it ever since making plastic products clouds business cato products makes the plastic pink flamingo it's correct are you the only company that makes them no but you're the original we are the original yes it's known as the dawn featherstone thankful mingo and that is the original pink plastic for mingle it was it was created by uh john featherstone yes the person who invented the plastic pink flamingo had the name santer stem he was an artist it worked free plastic company is a colorful character him and his wife always dressed the same every day they were something that had been claiming goes on it what did do dan did that come before he made the flamingo or after he made the flamingo that came after he be made to go.

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