Definition for firestone (2 of 2)
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The images include a Firestone tire, a frosted cake, a nuclear cloud, and a little girl beneath a hair dryer.
“I am in deepest despair with no movement possible in any direction,” Firestone wrote to Laya some weeks later.
“Some of the guys think they are Michael Jackson,” said Firestone, setting himself apart from others who share his profession.
Firestone has worked to get each move exact, practicing endlessly surrounded by mirrors.
In 1998, Firestone moved to Las Vegas to begin his career imitating Michael Jackson.
Brave in conflict, crafty and wary in danger, and possessed of iron nerve, Firestone was undoubtedly a severe loss to us.
With a shout of delight I made to unbar the gate, but Firestone laid a detaining hand on my arm.
"Firestone has not thrown himself away without reason," I exclaimed.
There was nothing about our appearance to mark us as cavaliers, save our long hair, and I remarked this to Firestone.
We were early abroad, for Colonel Firestone was anxious to obtain proper arms and equipment on the strength of Goring's order.