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YOO IM CRYING FROM THE MAKEUP REMOVING PART ????? OMG ???????
no no one sed da but when you go around braggin yr a gud person and u respect all religions and then do stuff like that thats what you call rude den again ur jus d same as her shes gt yhu wypn er shit for her I honestly wish she stayed in depression dogs like that shud stay in there bedroom and not come out then there would b peace thats 4 subscribers u jus lost kyp it up n ul b back were yhu strted
What mall did you go to? Qwest?
Thank you for sacrificing your time and sharing your life with us. I'm too impatient to snap pictures for other people let alone do a youtube video. I will take time to paint a person's face and enjoy it but freak out if I have to point a camera and click.
0.57 which song is this. Love it.
Those scumbags stole my
Those scumbags stole my beautiful face from me!
(AUSTIN, TEXAS, NYTIMES,
(AUSTIN, TEXAS, NYTIMES, 10 Feb 2021) - It was a civil forfeiture case hearing like any other hearing, except for the lawyer cat.
Courts usually don't let cats argue cases. But here was Rod Ponton, a county attorney in Presidio County, Texas, unable to figure out how to turn off the cat filter on his Zoom call during a hearing on Tuesday in Texas' 394th Judicial District Court.
The result was a video immediately hailed across the Internet as an instant classic, in the rarefied company of classics like Knife Kid and BBC Dad. It offered an injection of harmless levity when many people are experiencing a rough time - and Mr Ponton took it in good spirits.
"If I can make the country chuckle for a moment in these difficult times they're going through, I'm happy to let them do that at my expense," he said in a phone interview on Tuesday (Feb 9) afternoon.
Though the shared recording was less than a minute long, its comedy unfurled second by second, as if it were meticulously scripted.
"Mr Ponton, I believe you have a filter turned on in the video settings," Judge Roy Ferguson, presiding over the case, begins by telling Mr Ponton in the video.
"Augggh," an exasperated Mr Ponton responds, as his kitten face looks forlornly at the corner of the screen, its eyes seeming to be full of terror, shame and sadness. "Can you hear me, Judge?" he asks, although the audio was never at issue.
Mr H. Gibbs Bauer, another lawyer on the call, puts his glasses on and leans forward to better examine the wonder on his screen. He adjusts his tie, as if subconsciously aware of his supporting role, but keeps a straight face.
As does a stone-faced man in another box, identified as Mr Jerry L. Phillips, seemingly unfazed by the cat.
Mr Ponton continues.
"I don't know how to remove it," he said. "I've got my assistant here and she's trying to." To get the hearing moving, he offers: "I'm prepared to go forward with it."
Then, crucially, he clarifies: "I'm here live. I'm not a cat." This causes Mr Phillips to look up and, finally, the exchange draws a smile and a laugh from him as Judge Ferguson responds: "I can see that."
In the interview, Mr Ponton, who was representing the state of Texas in the case, said that he was using his secretary's computer and that she was "mortified" by the mistake.
He isn't on Twitter, and didn't know he had become an international phenomenon until he started getting calls from reporters barely more than an hour after the hearing ended, he said. The video was on the court's YouTube page, and Judge Ferguson himself tweeted out a link.
All in all, the episode took less than a minute before he figured out how to turn the filter off, and they returned to business as usual.
"My older and less humorous face popped up, and we continued with the hearing," he said.
They should all turn on cat filters and have a "Cat Case" ?
Jerry in the top right corners texting away?