Timmy's sister Pauline is starring in and producing in a film titled 'What Doesn't Float'. There is a crowdfunding request to help with expenses to finish filming. These funds are standard to help small indie films. I'll make a donation on my next payday, I figured it would be helpful to spread the word and help raise funds for this film. Watch a brief video of the film and read all about it here: www.seedandspark.com/fund/what-doesnt-float#story
Today was the last day to make a donation to Pauline's indie film. I contributed - very happy I was able to do it. And they met their goal hours before it closes.
Update, Jan 24, 2020: I have changed the title of this thread from 'whatever' to 'You might find this interesting...', this new title is more positive as you'll see from my post today on Kobe Bryant.
I live in Los Angeles, and although I'm not a huge sports fan, the tragic death of beloved Los Angeles Lakers basketball champion, Kobe Bryant, and his beloved daughter Gianna, along with 7 other precious souls, is unbearably terribly sad. I know Timmy had the honor to meet Kobe at the 2018 Oscars where Kobe won an Oscar for Best Short documentary 'Dear Basketball'. Timmy even posted a simple IG post in honor of Kobe. Like millions of people on social media yesterday, my twitter TL was focused on this tragedy. I burned a candle for those who passed yesterday and I wish them eternal peace, and love and condolences to all surviving family members of those killed yesterday.
I'm going to get a new mala bracelet today. Check this out to get 40% off today! I ordered a new bracelet: I Am Grateful. It's a peach toned bracelet:
Sunstone: The peach stone is a powerful reminder of joy and positivity. The stone is associated with the warmth, strength and the openness of the sun. It’s believed to help remove negativity and promote happiness.
In light of Timmy's recent holiday trip to Cabo several weeks ago via a private jet, this article below is very eye opening about the lure of private jets and who has come to use them, especially in the past two months due to the pandemic.
I hope I can fly on a private jet once in my life one day in the future. Just once.
Despite the pandemic’s severe blow to flying and the economy, private jet companies such as XO Jets, NetJets and Surf Air report that they are booking about 80% as many flights and hours in the air as they had before the pandemic struck the U.S. And many of those fliers are new to the private jet scene.
The reason is clear: Fliers who charter a plane usually get an entire jet to themselves, avoiding a crowded airport terminal and a cramped airline cabin with hundreds of potential virus sources.
After demand for all air travel dropped off in April, private jet operators say they saw an unprecedented surge in business that has nearly returned the private jet charters to pre-pandemic levels.
“I’ve never seen this before,” said Andrew Collins, president and chief operating officer of Sentient Jet. “We just saw the most new customers we have ever seen in June.”