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I have even made my own video of Jordi's funniest moments from the dlrpfans channel, that's how much I love their videos.I have been a member of You Tube since July 2006, and putting videos online, but not many at that time.[Verse 1: Filip Filipi] On the boulevards named after dead soldiers White city, we chased dreams of white porches Tossin' black pedals off of black roses Watchful eyes, under statues of dead poets Picture that like Kodak Sergio Tacchini like Novak Yola was the format and they know that So I sold that Cause I wanted bigger things Jeremy Scott everything (adidas with the wings) [Hook: Work Drugs] Run away.....
It wasn't until this year that I stumbled onto the dlrpfans (Disneyland Resort Paris fans) You Tube channel.
We’ll see." data-reactid="36"The funny thing is, this started as a small personal project I do for my own pleasure and ended up grabbing immense attention, being featured in some of the most relevant media on the planet. Were you drawn to it by Croatian stars like Drazen Petrovic and Toni Kukoc, or did something/someone else draw you in?
ESPN shared it with more than 20 million people on social media, features in Sports Illustrated, USA Today, Fast Company and many more, which is a nice motivation. " data-reactid="37"When did you first become a basketball fan? Were you drawn to it by Croatian stars like Drazen Petrovic and Toni Kukoc, or did something/someone else draw you in? (EDITOR' S NOTE: While Ćosić never played in the NBA, he starred at BYU in the early 1970s, becoming the first foreign-born player ever to earn All-American honors, and had a distinguished pro career overseas that featured two Euro Basket MVP awards and three Olympic medals, including gold at the 1980 games, as part of the Yugoslavian national team.) Folks over here are nuts about basketball — each rotation is discussed for days after the game.
I also had a small website with pictures of my trips.
I was one of the first on the internet with a website with photos from Disneyland Paris.
But when Filip Peraić looks at the Houston Rockets guard's facial hair, he sees ... Peraić, a 25-year-old illustrator and designer from Zadar, Croatia, has done design and illustration work for companies like IBM, Mercedes Benz and Fly Emirates, as well as media entities like ESPN and Wired magazine.