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Indie Beauty Brand Glamour Dolls Is Suing Lisa Frank After Failed Makeup Collab

Fat Mascara

01:56 min | 2 weeks ago

Indie Beauty Brand Glamour Dolls Is Suing Lisa Frank After Failed Makeup Collab

"Story really upset me. Okay i hate to see okay. The world of lisa. Frank is not so bright right now. Okay indie beauty. brand glamour. Dolls is suing. Lisa frank regarding the makeup collection that went bust. Now i had a little bit of deja vu. When i was reading about this because i remember the kickstarter that the suit references that this is all an insider dot com will link out to this lots of details. I'm not going to get into the weeds here but twenty seventeen glamour dolls which is new. New jersey based indie brand started a kickstarter. If you remember to create. Lisa frank th-they makeup line. They raised more than glamour. Dolls raised more than three hundred. Seventy thousand dollars from more than five thousand beating enthusiast enthusiasts and this collection never came to fruition okay Some some items were so through hot topic in fc. I'm guessing that's Maybe just certain names full collection. That i wasn't completely clear on that But the bigger deal in my opinion. Is that a separate lisa frank. Makeup collection was released them more. And a lot of licensing deal. We've reported on it because we were so excited to see unicorns flying across the compact somewhat. Not exactly but when. I saw that i was thinking. Oh they were trying to do something for a while. We'll try to do something or glamour. Dolls has been trying to do something with them for a while. So representatives released a frank. Inc did not immediately respond to insiders Recent requests for comment. it is extremely It seems like things are not not great between them Glamor doll said that lisa frank intentionally and blatantly stymied the process at every possible juncture to collaborate. So this is a really juicy story. But it really upsets me. Because i really have a very positive Association and feeling with lisa. Frank so that one bummy.

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Shape shifters, with Worst Foot Forward

Your Brain on Facts

03:57 min | 5 months ago

Shape shifters, with Worst Foot Forward

"The most common example in europe and later america is the werewolf accursed man who turns into a bloodthirsty beast under the full moon. The word where wolf comes from the old english rare for man and wolf for wolf. Dvd players and underworld fans. Please resist the urge to correct this to liken throat. Because they're actually different things. It has a parallel etymology from lucan therapists in the greek for wolf and human but it originally applied not to supernatural. Bc's but to people who thought they were supernatural beasts bc's according to the physician galen when people these days present with animals delusions they may be diagnosed with clinical like hanthropy like throats can transform at will and they have a more specific story than where wolves as an institution do in greek mythology lie cone the king of arcadia who got it in his head. That was not as initiatives people believed and that he was just the right guide approve it in the most popular version of the myth like cohn held a ceremony and feast to honor zeus. Zeus showed up. The main dish on the table was the roasted flesh of cones own son. Nick demus scheme being that would eat nikomas thinking it was pork thus proving. He wasn't all knowing turns out he was rather than kill like own. Outright zeus turned him into a wolf and resurrected the prince who then ascended to the throne but where wolves unlike in throats. There are half a dozen underworld films if you need more of that and even though there are many different werewolf legends in many different cultures. We're going to do our best to stay out of europe and away from wolves today as usual much easier said than done. Let's spin the globe around and see where to stop and stop brazil. The home of the boto and can tato the dolphin-shaped shifter of amazon river folklore during the day. The boto one can tato cavorts in the amazon living. It's best pink dolphin life if you've never seen pictures of pink river dolphin there's a link in the show notes. They're sort of mother. Nature meets lisa frank at night though the boto transforms into a handsome young man who seduces girls gets them pregnant and then pops back to his river. Come morning you will see this pattern of behavior repeatedly today the boto and can tato loves a party. They can't resist inviting themselves. So if you're having a get together in the amazon river basin keep a close eye on your single girlfriends because it's really hard to serve a dolphin with a paternity suit. You should be okay if your party is endorsed. Though boto cantatas may look human but they have a distinct tell they retain their blow holes on the back of their heads and will always wear a hat to hide it asking that handsome stranger to take his hat off inside may be the only way to reveal the bodo and cantata renowned for being charming to the point that partygoers will beg them to stay even as morning encroaches and the bowen can tato needs to get back to the water and they aren't one trick dolphins either they have the power to control storms and can transform humans into an cantatas themselves or afflict them with disease or insanity. Most people who live near the amazon won't go near it between dusk and dawn or won't go in the water alone during the daytime because in cantatas are fond of ducting humans. They fall in love with the children born of their dalliances or just anybody near the river. Who looks like they be good company.

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"lisa frank" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

And That's Why We Drink

04:59 min | 9 months ago

"lisa frank" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

"Line to walk. So obviously, they're like, well, he he's got the candy from the House so. They asked what do you remember from getting this candy and he said he had only seen the person's arms and they were hairy. Oh okay. Cool. Not like Harry arms or gross, but it's like creepy like the person. Like. New to hide they're the only thing that he could see. So initially, when speaking to police, he couldn't remember which house he'd gotten the the candy from which they're like okay. Yeah. You're probably like in turmoil and then Timothy's funeral. Came along and the church was packed he was only a third grader at the time. It's really awful the O'Brien families obviously devastated at the service, his Dad Ronald saying him and went on to tell reporters he was all boy he loved football basketball anything. He never met a stranger, but I have my peace in knowing Tim is in heaven now. So the following day they take him out again and they're like we want to jog your memory and see if like this time in the daylight, you can figure out what house it was. So on the third trip around the neighborhood, he finally remembered the house. and. Pretty quickly, they learned that the owner of the house was an air traffic controller and he had not gotten home until eleven pm on Halloween night and there were several people to verify his alibi. Over two hundred people could verify she was at work at concert us. I guess he worked at an airport so. People saw him I guess So he was like that was not me I don't know if his arms were. Harrier, not. So is the theory that it was the wrong house or that someone else broke into his house and tried to look like him see. So his wife and daughter had been home that evening but they ran out of candy, which is why they turn the lights off and they said, no one answered the door none of us answered the door the night. So with no leads, they were like Shit. This is just like back to this urban legend. A sadistic stranger is out here on a random neighborhood handing out candy and like laced with poison for fun radio. So the first documented case of something like this happening was in Long Island in nineteen sixty four where a woman named Helen file was upset with older kids that were trick or treating. So she handed out dog biscuits, steel wool, and poison aunt buttons. and she said it was just a joke but she was found guilty of endangering children. And then following this in the seventies, there were more reports of tainted. Candy. Some stated that several children have died and hundreds have narrowly escaped serious injury from razor blades. So that was the one that like we used to hear razor blades and you're all the time in your candy bars I, remember hearing like LSD, and I've talked to my brother recently, he was like who's giving out there like I mean I, always heard the like like, Oh, I was hurt either razors and like the candy that you're GonNa like down or it was that people like people were putting drugs in your candidate who on shaving away or? That up theory doesn't even make sense exactly I heard it and some people legitimate league in my hometown believes like I have to check their candy because there might be drugs. Yeah I mean unless it's like anthrax. Ant poison also, but like cyanide cyanide no nobody's handing out there joints. And it's like they're CBD vape. Well. That W-. That's fun. I would love that. So Timothy's case became like this I mean people were basically like raise this must be this urban..

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"lisa frank" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

And That's Why We Drink

04:43 min | 9 months ago

"lisa frank" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

"But so that happened, and then we got blocked in twenty twenty copyright blocked from our own livestream. So yet that's true. He continues to mobilize difficult. Well, here's the most reason stuff. He was actually recently trying to investigate joe exotics famous zoo. Yeah I won't keeps tweeting that Oklahoma and because apparently it's very haunted not including all the other suspicions that are going on but Joe Exotic yet. Joe Has said apparently multiple. Times that people love the zoo so much that would bring their their family members who passed, and the would spread their ashes zoo. Well, they're flaring to do therefore a lot of bodies energy as their and therefore it's incredibly haunted. anzacs melts out a weird pr up. Yeah like he's very timely with his. Stu Crossover situation. So he was recently filming at the zoo and then filming got shut down in the middle because I guess there was a police investigation that surfaced because dog started smelling out decay. Smelled human. remains. So they had to stop their own paranormal negation. To, become a crime scene, which again is so on the nose, just it's like he's creating his own reality at this point it's like it's like we're just like vicariously living through also kind of literally living the it's like we make fun of him because he's so much like us. Yeah. Yeah. Anyway also much more successful and famous, and he's more important we our. Bigger but yes so he Apparently became a crime scene and so they ended up halting invest the tournament. But. He did tell me Las Vegas Review Journal that he found unique artifacts at the zoo which he plans to display at the museum which doesn't sound right if it's an active crime scene. These putting my pocket don't worry because exact quote where some of these artifacts are personal effects that used to belong to Joe Exotic and his husband. Travis. So that's the update on where he is filming. Wise. But if that's not enough for you, he has written three books. So get ready for your eyes to do a little. Are, excellent. Graphic design work they. Look exactly like his neck grow. About as good as the album of the books are called dark world into the shadows I am haunted living the light living life through the dead and go running for dummies which we own. Yes. Oh my God. I like it kind of shrine in some ways I think it is actually kind of upsetting I really like go setting for dummies although I have seen that I've seen a few videos were people prove that it was straight up copy and pasted from other Oh that's not cool I. Don't know if it was like like Zach already written about it and then just use his words and put it right back. Cover you buy it for the cover alone? It's excellent. Oh, I'm still gonNA. Say You should buy so. Also, like just a sign out in case you're living under a rock. There is some really delightful merchandise of Zach diggins So if you need a real I guess dopamine rush Tonen rush something like that. The walls all over to. Or bubble or Just, like James Merch but like no, no no. Like other peoples merch. Say on some really great stuff. Getting a watercolor above my bed in my new apartment that one is from red bubble and. We found a Mug that says, think this coffee strong have come fight me in the Dark Oh God that was made by Hugli Barbie. I'm just to give you a shout out good and Stuff there's a potholder by Pixel loot. Says there are things in the kitchen that we will never fully understand off you want answers. That's good. Those are just too but there's also some really just delicious art. So, please go check that out..

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"lisa frank" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

And That's Why We Drink

04:40 min | 9 months ago

"lisa frank" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

"Was it was it was and level, and then like hop on over five minutes away and you've got the marvel in it's true crime to right will industry Graham too because he has like. Anson artwork he's also in artwork has some. If you go, you should always be prepared to like true crime because there are some really have Dr, it's really heavy. It was like fun and Games for a minute, and then like you go into another room and you're like Oh shit and I think they do that on purpose for people to take the museum seriously but it worked at work. I just remembered who owns. Annabel. The warns it wasn't warrants. Okay. Then I don't know what? I. Would he was a herald was herald maybe that we said Oh i Bet Zach by him and Oh yes. That guy, the Guy Raviolis. That's what it is. Sorry. So the owner of herald the doll. Oh, by the way he prefers caretaker. Heralds caretakers friend I don I only know that because he has tweeted us directly so. That's right. Yeah. I. Think he doesn't want. That's what it was. Yeah. He's like no heralds mine, right? I don't blame you and so other than goes adventures Zach has gone on to produce direct right and or and other shows including paranormal challenge paranormal. Paparazzi show ghost adventures, aftershocks deadly possessions goes to venture graveyard of the Pacific Goes Adventures serial killer spirits, Demon House Ghost Adventures Screaming Room Health my house is haunted destination fear and go interest quarantine. We're GONNA talk about a few of those, but I want to do my like A. Mean we're talking about my personal top three. Okay. So I love w possessions I think it's such a great show. That's the one where he talks about like the actual latest ray it's basically. Like the best he are for his music antiques roadshow but like time, literally every episode is just a different item from his own museum and they film it in his museum actually saw the filming the set in the museum we walked past in their own. That's where they film deadly possessions cameras on the lights were all setup. But. I mean this man is just powerful. For those wondering like why does he have so many like failed shows they're not failed shows. They're all many serious so easy. He decides shes sort of yet he's he's kind of again like us in that way like I have this really incredible project that I'm GONNA get bored of in three months. So let's just call it a mini series Oh I was like, how is this like us in? Grant Project that's not doesn't sound familiar all but boredom does the board of this. I know I like doing something with all your might and then being like, okay. Next thing I love that because it's like a core yeah like yeah. Yeah I like that. So that's what that's kind of what these are there like he picks four or five episodes to do on it and they never touch it again. And so that's deadly possessions one season of that, and it's really good. On. It he has discussed P again, episode seventy nine. I'm only telling the ones that we've also covered for like our own bare minimum promo to a show that you're already listening on But he also covered egging cauldron and Bela Lugosi Mirror which were both in episode eighty five of ours. He covered the dip box which we didn't episode eleven and he covered Robert the doll, which is an upset. Thank you for writing all that down. Yes..

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"lisa frank" Discussed on The Brink

The Brink

12:14 min | 1 year ago

"lisa frank" Discussed on The Brink

"Twelve was the year where Lisa it's a frank was upset that she only got two point eight million as opposed to the fifteen million she had been sort of promised she also did interview with urban outfitters in two thousand twelve and this was an effort sort of a marketing effort about launching and apparel line with sort river retro appeal to it. Yeah yeah she was going to sell apparel with her designs on it or outfitters. Now the big thing about this interview and it's under five minutes in length is that she does not issue interviews. She doesn't let people take pictures of her. She just yes. She's had demands that when she appeared in media that they blur out her face yeah. She wants to maintain her privacy. Yes so in this in this video which is online. That's on Youtube. she talks talks about her methods. She talks about her passions at one point. She calls herself lunatic. Which I mean you know? She puts a lot of moons on stuff. That would make sense she's Yeah Hey. I like that I mean she says a very very passionate about her brandon her product and so in that interview she's just in Silhouette. It's kind of like if you are watching an interview or someone's in witness protection. They're just you know their voice has been altered and you only see them in darkness yeah but the reason that she didn't and do interviews that she didn't want to be seen on camera and there are some pictures of her out there is because she thought she was she wanted to stay out of the limelight and she thought she was super. Super famous like at one point. She said she understood Michael. Jackson felt about fame and people gave favor a hard time about that too but I mean her. Her name is her brand so I guess if if you go to a store where somebody's bringing you up and they really likely to frank and they see that your name is Lisa Frank Frank on a credit card. They might be excited. I guess I mean it. I am not one to besmirch anybody on their perception option of their own fame as I am someone who constantly misjudges the extent or lack of fame I have you're super for famous me John. Thank you all right so two thousand thirteen revenues are now down to two point three million a year so even less than it had been and and so still not like an embarrassing small amount of money but it was a far cry from the Glory Days Days of Lisa Frank Inc yeah yeah it was around that point that she had to close all of retail stores Yup. This was also when we found out that her staff which at one point had been three hundred fifty maybe four hundred people was now down to six like like you had mentioned before the break and the the interesting thing was that this was a report that was in the Arizona Daily Star and and Lisa Franks own executive assistant said well that's not true and then when asked to elaborate did not do so and then referred furred the reporter to the PR firm that handled press relations for Lisa Franken been hired yet well that so the potential pr firm. Yeah Yeah though by two thousand sixteen it was pretty much confirmed that the staff was down to like less than ten yeah I mean because you're getting these glass door reviews it just it's ridiculous to me employees in say that she possibly could have written in a style job market back into prominence yeah because stuff from the eighties nineties uses coming back seventies eighties and nineties. It's it's a big trend Chur. she's estranged all the people who would be really successful at helping her get there uh-huh or at least her company has not heard directly in two thousand sixteen. There was a list price on her factory for thirteen million dollars. There's your so I don't have that much rattling around so I guess I'll have to stay out of the market for warehouses. In Arizona of Kinda faded by that anyhow a brokerage firm was hired to find a buyer for the factory. I don't think they did no in two thousand seventeen. this is real interesting. There was a report that there would be there. Were quite quite a few reports a bunch of of news outlets reporting on this saying that there would be an animation live action hybrid movie based on Lisa Frank Characters developed by John. She stack back. WHO DID Air Force One. I mean that's exactly who I would go for and he was excited about it. Get off my plane onto my trapper keeper in at least one interview. He was excited about it but there's an IMDB page for it. It was last updated June soon of two thousand eighteen and other than being announced. There's absolutely no information on this movie yeah so this could just be another one of those projects that was talked about but never went any further than that factory got. It listed again in two thousand eighteen but this time apparently early. Maybe maybe it it had matured in value because now it was seventeen million dollar asking price so you're out of the the bubble the bubble the market the crap. I can't imagine it got more valuable than the sears but okay maybe just the land around it and Lisa Frank is still out there so you can't find her at urban outfitters anymore other than occasionally calendars or Christmas ornaments big push they made in two thousand twelve. They're not selling those items anymore. Fly You can occasionally find and her at places like target or hot topic hot topic Spencer's of Modern Day. I mean Spencer still still exist at a mall near me. There's a hot topic on one side in other while living the dream yes the JC Penney's. There is still open to you can also find. Is Your Mall stuck in a time warp. It's actually upcoming. Thank you okay all right fine. You know so she's still in these places but she's just not as prolific as she used to be. now she as we said largely focuses on licensing her characters and artwork to other companies and letting them take care of the production but even that has an always has gone smoothly right yeah so in two thousand seventeen she did she collaborated on blind with glamour dolls and they well exceeded needed their kickstarter goal of thirty thousand dollars. They made a ten times that over but as of two thousand nineteen there was still no makeup. This is starting to sound like coolest cooler man. It's rough so glamour dolls on the updates on the kickstarter page listed their expenses says how much they made and how much they needed to spend part of their costs were five hundred and fifty thousand dollars in contractual payments to Lisa Frank Inc for artwork and the characters in the licensing and things like that that sounds to me like maybe that thirty thousand dollar goal they had set the that they they. Maybe there's something really hanky going on in the background there like the costs that had not it yet been discussed before all that went forward because just seems weird to me yeah they they had some some so they had to have the designs approved and then they had to have the artwork done and then they had to get manufactured and they had some stuff that was approved in some stuff that had artwork in some stuff. It was all over the place. Some stuff hadn't been approved some stuff. You've had been approved but didn't have artwork the last update on the page in September two thousand eighteen where they said there was still trying to deliver products but obviously they haven't and then in April two thousand nineteen so not too long before we recorded this episode yes it it was announced that Lisa Frank would represent America in the twenty twenty one then by any real exhibition which is a big art to do and we got word that there might be Lisa Frank subscription box in the works now. I don't know if Lisa Frank agreed to this biennial exhibition. I don't know why she wouldn't but they did basically wanted to have a spotlight on. I guess teenagers in the nineties or something so I mean she's taking some step forward to taking some steps back. It seems like yeah but she's still around. You can still quench that nostalgia. Did you crave if you really want. I think if we're talking about lessons learned I think a big one that I would say an this is one that we've chatted about in previous episodes to is that that when you are a creative individual and you create a successful product of some sort it really behooves you to find a a business partner who is more business oriented and has that management skill and that that outlook and that approach rather than try and force someone else who also is a creative individual into that role because as we've seen in many cases not just with Lisa Frank that can that can ultimately lead to a bad situation. Maybe not quite as toxic as this particular one turned out to be but but it it it rarely turns out well and the story also kind of well not kind of it really drives home. I A lot of companies don't want intercompany dating yes yes. It's Kinda the worst case scenario of that yeah yeah. I can think of a love stories. I've heard heard about people who got into relationships while they met at work. I can't think of any that that had quite as much vitriol involved evolved as this one but yeah this is about as worse case scenario as I can like. We're we're bordering on war of the roses territory here and I'm talking about the film yeah that that was scary stuff but it's still kind of amazing that her products still perseveres through that will yeah I mean the talent is still there right. It's just the it was the the execution the management of that talent that became a religious. It's also I would imagine. There was another our challenge of any creative type handing over their their work to other people. That's always a a risky endeavor. I mean as someone who has written things that were directed by other people that that alone is a challenging situation. It really is so yeah I would imagine imagine that that also played a part well. This was a strangely moving story for me. Because I you know you again on the surface. It's all rainbows and UNICORNS. Yeah then you look at what's going on behind. It and you realize wow. There's there's some dark stuff here yeah. I I put a little bit of a shadow of my own childhood there Gosh. I can't wait till we do the muppets at I somehow get incredibly disillusioned. That'll that'll be very happy. Yes yes. I actually know quite a lot of the puppets already but that's a story for a different time. Well Ariel Thank thank you for all of your hard research into this topic and of course thanks to our listener for suggesting it we hope that this hasn't completely depressed you but a Arul where can people write to us if they want to give us suggestions for future episodes taking write to us at feedback at the bring podcast dot show and you can go to our website that it is the brink podcast dot show. They're going to find.

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"lisa frank" Discussed on The Brink

The Brink

13:45 min | 1 year ago

"lisa frank" Discussed on The Brink

"Aerial before we went to break you were talking about how there were some employees who were starting to express unhappiness like there was a high turnover rate that was just sort of the tip of the iceberg though because you you have some very specific incidents here in our notes starting with some people who were actually responsible for building that factory we mentioned before for the break yeah so the contractors and the builders at least some of them filed a four million dollar lawsuit against Lisa Frank Incorporated in Nineteen Nineteen Ninety Eight because they were saying they hadn't been paid for their work in building the factory right and this was just the very beginning of that change in public public perception of the company because by two thousand one it had a very different reputation at least in the Tucson Arizona's region right yeah people we call it the crappiest place to work in the world. It had a nickname of the Rainbow Gulag because again the factory he was like a again according to Jabil dot com and then some other personal accounts. I don't know how widespread that was but I've seen it referenced. A few times is it just people would warn against working at this company. That's obviously anytime you run across that like. Let's say you go on the glass door or something and you're just trying to get a quick snapshot of what is it like to be part of. This organization and you start seeing things like that. I mean that's never good if you're seeing like that's the overwhelming consensus. That's that's a huge warning yeah. They're glass door. Rating is ridiculously low wow and it has it has a review from two thousand nineteen on there. It's the person said they were former employees. So I don't know how far back that far back it was reports and reviews both both on glass door and other places say that the factory is poorly maintained deadlines reportedly organized organized the company lacked compassionate management talent wasn't nurtured and guided and that's all putting it very nicely well many reports. Let's say the management was often outright cruel and again we'll get the more we talk about this will uncover more of that turn to sound like the factory in. Les Miz where the the form and is just the absolute worst tyrant in the world and then Valjean the owner walks in is like whoa. I totally had no idea idea yeah. people say they were micromanage and underpaid that they weren't allowed to talk to each other or visitors and that you you know. Amazon has m sure but he also doesn't like a lot of talking but they also they also get a lot of criticism for that very fact you've seen in a lot of calls for boycotts of Amazon on things like Prime Day because of the conditions that have been reported in their warehouses so yeah this. Yes I opening stuff. It's also just also such a juxtaposition of the appearance of the products his all bright shiny and happy be and then the the stories which could not be further from that appearance. I mean a lot of companies are poorly. Organized companies are poorly maintained and especially in later years factory was poorly maintained as things continue to keep on going yeah all all right but I mean it's really hard to work with management who is not appreciative and most of that blame falls on James Green. Yeah there for a lot of allegations made against him and we're not necessarily saying these allegations are true for saying that people made these allegations against him. I mean he he there. Were rumors that he drugs that he cheated on his wife that that he was. GonNa take the company and specifically rumors that he was is cheating with the VP of Lisa Frank Rhonda Rowlett Yeah. A Lisa didn't get very high marks herself from several of the former employer reviews. I've have read like she would watch over your shoulder. While you work in corrected you should correct you and it would not make sense there were accounts of her yelling and threatening lives of employee's if they messed up a presentation or mistakes happened. That seems a little extreme. It seems a little extreme but most most of what I've read most of the fault goes to James. Not all but a lot of it. They said I mean it really chalks up to the fact that Lisa and James are not business people. They didn't really know how to run. A business. Lisa had a great product and she had great design concept on Sept but running a large company. She wasn't wasn't her those skill set and he had been hired on as illustrator yeah yeah and they just weren't nurturing being the people who could help them succeed in two thousand one. The factory was listed for sale while for the first time yeah I take it since you said for the first time there were no buyers I I don't believe so. It's been on and off the market. I think up until this point right today between the year two thousand three in two thousand four eighty employees walked out with very little notice notice a reason because they were just done well how how many makes much of that how big was the workforce entirely like. I saw some reports saying somewhere around three fifty some something around four hundred okay so that was a significant number of their employees yeah yeah and then in two thousand and four there was a large round of layoffs layoffs bringing staff down to around one hundred so the people who got out might have just been like holy so you had to leave on my terms. I mean there is a lot of turnover so a lot of people left on their terms got fired on Sundays when they didn't know what was going on or why so they'd come in and find out. They don't have a job yeah. Thanks Wchs Yeah in two thousand five. It looks it looked like Lisa. Frank was trying to correct course. She divorced her husband. some reports say she had been toying with that idea for a while but she was worried about how it would affect the company. Some reports say that he was abusive to her like he was abusive. In the company she sued him for poor management of her company. of the people and the funds within the company and James an Rhonda both got really really really negative reports from the employees that Lisa was able to get affidavits from regarding this so the content of those statements statements painted a pretty grim and an unflattering picture which again is in line with the stuff. We've already said ED earlier in this episode right yeah people said that green was intimidating and abusive degrading disrespecting and these are words. I'm pulling directly from the court documents yeah. This is just like the piece that sums everything up yeah. He called the names. He threatened them. He would monitor monitor their phone calls and emails while for no apparent reason other than he just didn't trust him. He he rasp people. He let people go without reason which that's iffy because caused for firing. There's you can fire people for a lot of reasons. If you work in certain states like ours as you can fire them for no reason yeah and states and then you know the these documents also said that Rondo was helping winging enforce enforce these tactics. She was also abusive as well which goes back to that rumor that they were having an affair. I could go on. That's just a small sample of the things people said that he did in the company and the ways that he was taking the company we don't have time to go into all all of them. Yeah it would be also just be depressing and they are personal people's personal. I guess testimonies right. You can look look at these documents online if you're really interested and James Green was not going to go quietly he actually would countersue Assu the Lisa Frank Incorporated company because he didn't want to have to give up his nearly half share of that company. I mean that was the substantial source of his income like millions of dollars worth of value there but that battle would be one he would lose news though as we understand it court cases take awhile so it that case stretched on for about five years yes also in two thousand on six so before this case is over Ron Dera. Let's has been sued Lisa Frank in regards to allegations of stolen property. That lawsuit was dismissed aches and we're not done with lawsuits yet. No no so two thousand nine James Green tries to evict his wife from the factory and he is trying to convince Vince his children his sons to let him do it and they had to give him written consent in order for this to go forward and he was trying to do this this by establish establishing his own company he had his own company established and I think his sons are a part of that and that's why they they had to have this ban but they didn't buy in yeah they did not side with him on this case now and since then Lisa in James have had fights over also examine all sorts of aspects of their lives and when we say fights we mean like like lawsuits lawsuits over who gets what furniture even yeah. I mean you know granted. I mean there's only so many unicorns you can fit into a house but come on you know. I bet that number is pretty high for Julie. Suffering probably by two thousand eleven the Lisa Frank Factory was considered vacant although she was still doing some design work there and keeping some inventory there she had cut most of her staff do a due to an exclusive licensing agreement met with CSS industries so they were actually making the stuff that she was designing. They were no longer producing this out of the factory in Tucson now now they see as I said we'll manufacturing. Sell your products for you and we'll get you distributed nationwide make fifteen million dollars a year. I mean that's not a bad in you know decide bad piece of Cheddar their fifteen million but it's still amazing to me to think that there is a practically empty warehouse where there's like. Maybe a couple of offices that people are working in and maybe there's like a metric crap ton Raisin Unicorn stickers yeah. It seems it's the story is so weird it is. I mean we'll get to it later reports. Let's say that closer to the timer recording this she was around to six staff members who then had to. I guess report to the office the Lisa Frank Factory the was getting overgrown with weeds and how basically a ghost town well and and to make matters more complicated in in the timeframe we were just chatting about so this agreement was that she was led to believe. She'd be making fifteen million a year. That's not exactly how it turned out though is no oh the first year she only made two point eight million so she sued CSS industries in two thousand twelve for basically breaking their promise and breaking their agreement with her not getting enough market saturation actuation to meet the estimated revenues and she's tried to protect her intellectual property through this whole process that included against other organizations like ORB factory for their designs saying that their designs were far too similar to hers that happened in two thousand fifteen. Yeah they had a court case but settled old before the ruling yeah which frequently happens when yeah when parties aren't entirely certain how it's going to go or had to pay the jury fees. He's for the trial in that settlement yeah but like we said in the Intro Lisa Frank is still around still trying to make a comeback and we're going to talk a little little bit about that side of things. Try to get a slightly more positive view on stuff slightly Shinier Rainbow.

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"lisa frank" Discussed on The Brink

The Brink

12:37 min | 1 year ago

"lisa frank" Discussed on The Brink

"Welcome to business on the brink of production from iheartradio and how stuff works growing up in the ninety S. We're technicolor animals writing. Rainbow Hearts and stars reigns supreme at least on school supplies Balisa Frank Company had more than thirty a years of success before bad management and less than ideal work environments started to dull the shine on this companies Tiara but despite dwindling sales els in changing fads it keeps fighting for a major comeback making Lisa frank a business on the brink. Hi Everyone I'm John Strickland cast in and.

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"lisa frank" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

Why Won't You Date Me?

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"lisa frank" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

"What was that Lisa Frank Very Jase for the fact of the colors the colors make you happy this is blue lovely INDIGO INDIGO INDIGO such a pretty name for color indigo? I walked in on my two friends having sex this week so it went really yes all my been trying Brian to have sex and it's just not been working out in my favor so I I guess I've got this like energy that like I need sex near me and then the universe versus like you can be nearer but you cannot have is that what you know I was in Napa and we were all sharing rooms because it was a this big house and there was like ten twelve of us and I was going to the bathroom like our private bathroom in the room and not the bathroom in the in the living room because I was like Oh someone's in their let me go in here. I am a true friends. Were like on the bed and I was like are they naked when I opened the door and I was like what he is talking to each other's dicks like as a joke and they were like no why would we be doing that and then it went to the bathroom and I was like I think I think they were and then he left the bathroom and they were fully fucking and I was like why didn't you wait until I left and they were like like sorry. I was like I have to get Outta here and the lights were off and I tripped over a suitcase and very big kerfuffle I have I have to get out of here and then my friend was like I would help you up and there's come on my hands and then I walked. It didn't on them again. They weren't the far living room and I was going to set my stuff in there because I had to leave at three. I'm to make my six A._M.. Flight so I was like Oh asleep the back living room everything will be fine as I was setting my stuff down. I heard I just went no. He was like we went to furthest place. How did you find us again? I was like I don't know I think my body was like the sexist happened. Maybe someone will invite you in. You know they sure didn't oh my gosh girl it. was I feel that way too..

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"lisa frank" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"lisa frank" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Of the planet over the last yesterday with amazing grace now amazing grace is one of the all time all time stories of who we are. This is the documentary on Aretha Franklin goal amazing grace gospel concert. We Lisa Frank those who people know better double album came out of the concert. She sit out the two straight days in Los Angeles. With Reverend James Cleveland this field again, hopefully on the eighteen here's a little song. From that. This is amazing. Two. Absolutely. Don't miss that. Pleasure. I bring.

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"lisa frank" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"lisa frank" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Vintage model on EBay. Oh, so you can make your tablet looked like a trapper keeper. That's pretty cool or keeper. Next is Lisa Frank goodies. Back in the day girls had to have anything in everything. Lisa Frank stickers. Folders notebooks? And yes, trapper keepers. What's that? I don't know. Because one I'm not a girl. The girls had to have everything in anything. Lisa frank. The stickers folders notebooks and trapper keepers. It was very like a lot of rainbow colors and a lot of exaggerated dogs and turtles and things. Like that. You might recognize it if you saw at least Franken is is a Frank is. Okay. All right. Lisa Frank designed those things. Okay. And they were very popular. How about Yikes pencils? I do. Not remember. Yikes. Pencils? Why I e s. Yikes pencils. These pencils were so much better than your typical. Number two. They had personality coming in many different shapes and patterns as the nineteen Ninety-three commercial points out. You can't look sharp with dole pencils key finding that commercial, Dan. Nineteen Ninety-three commercial for Yikes pencils? They're not made anymore, but you can still find your pencils on EBay. They're sure to be some conversation starters around the office. I don't know. I don't even know Michael I was out of school by nineteen Ninety-three. I wasn't in school anymore. So that's probably why I don't know. What what? Yikes pencils are. But they had different shapes and patterns. Hey, dude. Close you need to change it. Only pencils. As unique as year pencils and erasers without. That goes straight to the core. Because you can't live sharp with doll pencils? Sorry. Dad? Takes can't work miracles. They right like other hands. They.

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"lisa frank" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"lisa frank" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Alexis right there. Let's end. I love it sparkly. Corny. So there we go. It reminds me of Lisa Frank. Yes. Yes. Yes. Thank you Jason. Thank you day on our show. So yeah. And give give the ladies a few minutes, but head to their social ahead to Instagram, and you can see a picture lex and the city's dawn at dark, and then I posted I posted a lotta pictures that will eventually move to our podcasting blog. On my Instagram. Jason mathison. Yeah. Oh, girl. I took. I must've taken four hundred pictures, get ready, get ready. And now, I'm looking for a real I'm so excited because you know, people when we do ask us anything, what are the questions that we routinely ask is if you didn't do this or an addition, you know, what would you do? And I say one of the hobbies that I I'm very excited about is photography. And I I'm presently searching for a good photography class that kind of works with my schedule. But I'm using this opportunity with this Disney company. We're starting I really want to get into photography. It's something that I really love. I love the creative outlet of editing. I've already know with TV I've always loved that. There's nothing more satisfying than sitting in the editing room with my with my editor, friends and crafting a piece and and and the same thing with with photography. I love getting that perfect shot. And I'm really, I'm. Just very excited. Plus it relaxes me. Anybody knows any good photography classes or a photographer that would like to show me I'll pay you or give you Mickey ears. Exactly. Five forty one. We're going to take a break. Get another Cup of coffee. Get a bagel get Iraq, ribs, whatever we'll be back after this. Previously on Jason and Alexis human beings. We have figured out a way to put domes over sports arenas. We can't figure out how to make a bicycle.

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"lisa frank" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"lisa frank" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"You can find us on Twitter at Jordan, underscore Morris. And at Jesse thorn Jordan, we have a, we actually have a, we're facing a crisis right now. Oh, no, unfitted earth. Sometimes people want to send us a correction. Of course, his its, we host a potty juice for from allergies. Yeah, I really you guys get that on your screen. I can't imagine the things you get John John very, very smartly, hides most from. So I don't lose my shift. So ordinarily we have them. We have them tweet their corrections. And historically, we've been having them tweet them at gas station TV, which we think is just a great place to send your thoughts and ideas about anything. 'cause they, they cover a broad range of issues, it cetera, et cetera. No gas station TV is no longer at gas station TV. I don't know if you heard about this, didn't previously tweets that. Teenager at the time, the network is only seventeen years old share. They were supposed to be ironic. So previously we had targeted, we had people target their corrections at Papa John. And then before that we had them targeting their comments at the vaping congressman don't get what's his name. Yeah, him now all three of them are now mired in controversy. By the way, I just want to note for anyone who's thinking of something to tweet. Yes, I did just make a weird Daffy duck sound while saying the word three. And we need a new. We need a new Twitter account for people to director thoughts and corrections. Yeah, can you Brian? Can you see if there's anything trapper keeper related? Maybe the Mead paper, Lisa Frank, at least Frank afraid, Twitter, a case. Lisa Frank ran. I don't know that we wanna bug the actual person. If there is an actual, Lisa, Frank, there's a woman named Lisa Frank who started Lisa, Frank, Franken, Paul, Frank, I'm going to be ones the monkey, which the pink unicorn. Oh, you know what? Peachy folders. Sure. Yeah. Let's see if peachy is on. I think peachy is a really, really solid one. I used to man. I lost it in a move, but my most treasured possession was promotional item for e forty's album. My ghetto report card that was an e forty, female Picchi folder. Picchi folder. Opie Chee Allstars. Gee, that's just Canadian tops, baseball cards, Brian, where we had only two Frank desert Twitter account for the Lisa Frank corporation. Come on Bryant Bryant for the love of God. It's already in your porn search history. At least the Frank. Should that be our new correction target? Yes. So for the time being please send your corrections and thoughts about the program to at least a Frank. Our mission here at least a Franken cooperated is to strive to create quality products that enable children to exercise their imaginations and creative shirts. Just like your Bryant in this crank off by the way. I do have one person that I follow on Twitter comedian. Mike Drucker also follows Lisa Frank. That's fun. Isn't that nice? It just shows your little. It's we're all connected. Yeah, you know, you know the monkey from Fred. I know her rocker falls, Lisa Franken. Yes. We'll talk to you next time on Jordan. Jessica. Maximum fund dot org, comedy and culture, artist owned listener supported..

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"lisa frank" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"lisa frank" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"Yeah three i know relation to lisa frank the folder lady folders yeah that i don't like i do not like that i got a compassion i never watched that show i thought that was going to get a reaction out he goes no my high number one watched it i made a very small cameo fun fact my mom was cast as an extra never did it she's going to be a teacher never went to it was all filmed in austin they made it look like west texas but it was in the rolling hills of austin texas was based off fluid that's about as far as we go into that without getting too inside baseball however i did not want jeffer the first season but people swear by that show people love that fucking show nbc lineup that nbc line of netflix show that people bingewatch but this sucks because friday night likes the movie is fantastic we don't need another one that go away just to let it go who would be the head coach character who do recast is the bill about thorn character dorton just fucking well no it's it would be kyle chant cow character yeah didn't show oh yeah see i'm all twisted around now the coach who his method acting as a high school football coach be reading accounts as like jerry ludlow walked into the green room any blew his whistle and made us do fifty pull ups and made us carry football all day and he tried to smack a football out of our hand if we didn't he called his assholes and dump water on us.

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"lisa frank" Discussed on Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"lisa frank" Discussed on Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

"Yeah and i also have to point whenever we did deliver that final manuscript kathleen type styles in that google doc were on point i forgot about that so i went through and formatted the entire google documents so that even the way that we were typing out all of our lists all of our body copy alvar headlines and subheads was consistent and on point and even then taking that from the google doc the publisher then took that into a word doc that was then tagged like with legit code like headline sub head or like h one h two if you had an edit you strike it and say set it was it was it was not like anything i've ever done yeah it was it was legit it was legit and i love being able to see the whole process for sure for sure all right i wanna talk about like the greater vision for the book because we've talked about like writing it and what that looks like but we weren't just writing a book like from the very beginning we were designing a buck and not only the words and not even just what it looked like we had like great photo shoot for it we we had a mean lisa frank was definitely our like pinnacle of inspiration here for what this book would look like and feel like like stevie nicks meets lisa frank yes yes and that's pretty much what it is look at the back cover y'all because we had a full on way.

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"lisa frank" Discussed on Advice from Mom

Advice from Mom

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"lisa frank" Discussed on Advice from Mom

"Yep you're right you're right and it's it's onerous task and difficult and afterward you'll be so glad you did hopefully you've gotten something from it before you break up with this therapist let's hope but also just you know this is i think a powerful episode because so many people find themselves stuck in these cycles of going to therapy and not feeling like they're getting the benefit out of it and it's really hard to be an advocate for yourself it really is yeah yeah so mama be and i are here to cheer you on we each have our own perspective on how to do that yes that is good point my mom's perspective is informed by thirty five years as a psychologist and family therapist having your own private practice you'll hear her reference that a butch and then my perspective you will find is informed by tinker bell metaphors and lisa frank binders so look forward to that i also know you all look forward to how fast i can read the disclaimer for episode so i'd just like to remind you that this episode is for informational purposes only it's not intended for diagnosis or treatment of any medical or psychological condition also cms up to a normal human i'll treatment decision should be made in partnership with your health for all yeah from here on out we are cheerleaders we are cheerleader we are cheering you out of therapy if that's where you need to be held up array harari who team go team therapy breakup squad.

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"lisa frank" Discussed on Nacht Beauty

Nacht Beauty

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"lisa frank" Discussed on Nacht Beauty

"Wii i count two white very young middle school age girls purple leopardprint looks like a lunchbox a planner and a little mini backpack all of them say love in rainbow o with a an asian symbol and a water bottle holder waterbottle holder i remember when when all of this stuff started becoming very popular i was like oh it's finally cool to be asian i never saw asian kids with this shale any of those shares my mom was like why the fuck do you want to carry that yeah excuse like what and bus where vietnamese so we never use that because we use the like like alf same alphabet right so then it was like why would you it looks a little less exotic but yeah no i never had this stuff i mean who knows what that even says really idea it claims it says love but does it who knows i mean lisa frank isn't asian i it's just that's the others ranks monster a a ecb did did eric character monologue a few times which was a lease a freight factory worker oh yes asked pretended to be a ukrainian factory worker in a at the least i it on a i was in charge of putting the googly eyes on dumpson who was all about russia's overworking us i love that i love that so hard yeah i we did a lease of right musical nah i played her happening miss same night that i always doing or other tournament inert there was so fun i will say it was very very fun she was a a monster did you guys ever use these soft lips these s i french manila retail and i remember thinking like like i remember searching it like seeking them out and the like hard to find or something like yeah and my mom like didn't like buying them for me for some rents it out swear more we always i reverted drugs.

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"lisa frank" Discussed on Nacht Beauty

Nacht Beauty

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"lisa frank" Discussed on Nacht Beauty

"And filling a giant bowl full of boiling hot water putting your face in it and then putting a towel over your head which i feel like there is a better way to do that there must be also like attention ladies from the 1890s yes and it's so like on good trick you're like the least literally say bend over it for five minute unlike you are standing later hunched over for five minutes is a long time i don't think that seems in the last five minutes it's not going to let in the even site it doesn't even asked boiling so i'm like you're just going to be standing there with some lukewarm water would five minutes no no i don't like that i don't know maybe just stand in the shower with a shower steam it reminds me of like when people do the oil washing technique but then with the steam cloth yeah and that can over that can if you're not careful that can over uh dry yeah overdrive ja uh real quick let's talk about this lisa frank add because let's as i was like what the faa this was their ripe time when all the white people were getting asian symbols put on their lawyer yang ride in that area the uh the slow slow descent of lease afraid kim yes uh public popularity i tried to skew too old there this is not like were losing like we're all growing out of the trans and bears the essays and the generation behind us was lake nona into because it wasn't their thing now sarah like uh how about leopardprint an asian symbols as young as so wrong on so mad old especially having this leg white bitch hold.

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"lisa frank" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"lisa frank" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"So we're we're we're just gonna say like i mean i can't i've seen those posters but i just like can't even imagine what a campaign for this would be right but that's those posters as much as i like those images those like headshot say hey actors those posters feel like a shrug of a marketing department that's like a fucking sell this mcgrath reactors on it yeah yeah i mean yeah i love that poster but yeah it's it's a well not immigrant but about it gives you know context this is the kind of like you know they do all those like v lake redesigned pursers special edition poster yes things like a lot of those of things that ardy have great posters this one should has could use a commando like yeah leonard ira hitch it's a lisa frank and corp leg incorporates like that tell us why and into the post there is a trap or kiefer yeah totally with lisa frank researchers ana yes okay well thing i wanna to say it has done because i was gonna say it are financed finest graphic design he's the best one thing you want to say is because at when i was thinking about this house like gina it's an are rated movie but then you look at the top 10 every single moving in the top ten is rated r well this october and i saw iraq day when hollywood was like well the family movies have their place on the schedule right pg 13 movies have their put but like are rated movies our bread and butter and it was like you only released populist unser there's one movie that's not all right okay that's thirty but like populists were cuadra movie's release in the summer or or the holidays and then at this time of year you'd either have movies for grownups work children's films like hot and dry yeah there was much more of like silo yes anyway so number one at the box office is an out of the box.

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