Boatlopnik should be a thing run by Kristen that only focuses on yachts and crazy expensive boats.
Ho boy, take it easy there guys.
As a one of our most valued clients we feel that we could better meet your needs if you would kindly fornicate hither.
I want to tell this client to “fuck off” but don’t want to lose them as a client... so far i have “please fuck off”
Looked at the “Concourse Hat” link.
And when the captain (the only one suitable for piloting FK’s submarine) saw those bitches throw her out, he was stunned.
Bitch, please. As if I’d be seen in something as basic as a Russian submarine.
Extra points to the lady with the nails painted in blue. I didn’t even know they made shock-pink zip-ties.
I always figured that Mazda was good people based on the cars, now I can say I know for sure... great interview and all the best to Teresa.
This is how socialism finds work for everyone.
Teresa, I personally want to thank you.
Teresa, if you’re reading this, I was just curious what aspects of the Mazda3 (if any) you had a hand in.
Once again, another awesome interview. Teresa, the design on the Furai and color was amazing and my heart aches every time I’m reminded that it’s gone. It really had a stunning beauty about it and the color selection helped cement that. Very Stealth Fighter-ish, while also looking genetically engineered (Evangelion…
Teresa, if you are the genius (and team?) behind that gorgeous red, you should be in a hall of fame somewhere. Seriously, that is easily the best new color to come out for a car in years. Looks great in promotional material, but in person it’s even better! (I’m a bit of a fan)
Cool article. Always wondered who did the nearly perfect interior on the CX-9.
Mazda’s knocking it out of the park design wise. I’m buying a new Mazda within the next few weeks
This is a very good idea, Kristen. I’ve been lucky enough to work with and for some very talented women that rarely got the right kind of attention. This type of interview illuminates the path for others to follow.
Great question. The most desperate fix I ever performed was reconnecting injector wires a rat chewed through on my way to the doctor’s office.
Facebook post (November 1, 2016)