sorry I only have one set of eyes (..in my one & only head..) and limited band width. What in her 700+ videos is worth watching that may be of interest to a woman? warning Sista' Sarah has plenty of money but extraordinarily limited interest to me.
As an anti-capitalist type; Money fails to impress me. read: Not easily bought.
sorry 4 stepping on your post. I'll take your cue and withdraw further comment.
No worries kiddo Passing on something I learned a long time ago in kindergarden that might help with this "beauty and the blender exchange" point your finger at MrB. and yell real loud.....he started it !! :
Are you familiar with the Vitamix Blender? Very highly rated blender. They cost upwards from $450. One of their features (can we say Bugs) is that when it blends it canitates the food creating air pockets neR the bottom of the blender. To get around this, they put a removable hole in the lid of the blender. They include a plastic push stick that the user pokes the food down while the blender is running. To keep the blades away from this stick , the stick has stoppers on the stick that prevents it from reaching the blades. It's made to have the user poke the food down into the blades. No harm will be done This stick is what she was using when the blender was running. When she took the lid off, to stir, she turned off the blender. As I recall she also even unplugged the thing. I like that in her. Always thinking about safety .
I like her. She's feisty and bubbly .. I'd like her even if she were not so pretty. Very funny. Bit I think she was trying to make a serious video. If, I'm wrong and this was an act, she is very good.
But the blender is designed so one can push the food down into the blades from the top WITH THAT SPECIAL STICK while running. This "feature" is one reason I chose a Ninja over it when I bought my blender a couple years ago. That and the Ninja was half the price and had a bigger container.
If we don't count our blessings We are just wasting our time
Okay, that's 3 posts you've given her the "meow hiss."
Check out her 700+ videos on youtube. Many have millions of views. I guarantee you that she's bringing in a decent 4 figure monthly youtube income from them all.
Not too stupid IMO.
Yep. She has almost 2 million subscribers. She was an early YT phenomenon and has capitalized on it. I wouldn't judge her off of watching one video.... that's a bit narrow-minded. She does goofy stuff because it brings in the crowds.
She also has 1.6 million followers on Twitter... so she is making money there too. Work from home.
Justine Ezarik is an American comedian, Internet celebrity, actress and occasional television host. She is best known as iJustine, a lifecaster who communicated directly with her millions of viewers on her Justin.tv channel, ijustine.tv. She has over 2,500 videos on YouTube, between her five YouTube channels. She acquired notability in roles variously described as a "lifecasting star," a "new media star," or one of the web's most popular lifecasters.
Yes, I was going on the single video not narrow minded.. just that that's all that was posted at the time
what you also don't know is the circumstances surrounding the viewing of said video.
The Power had been cut off to our area during the night. no big deal, except for the PitA of 1) loosing the notes I'd been making concerning my dealings with SSI, and 2) restoring my G4 to a usable state (about 1 1/2 hours of deleting ancient iCal Reminders standing on a bench to unplu & reconnect the router etc etc.
I tested the connection by coming here first... and clicking the first link in the first post only to have that NAIL GRATING Voice blare out some TOTALLY Inane Bull Twaddle by way of Cooking Instruction.
At the time, I was in no mood for what you may or may not consider "Cute" or whatever.
UMMM sorry it took so long to reply but the power was JUST Restored AGAIN.
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