Many of you will fondly remember the participation and remarks of Lisa Baumgardner Falour on this website and from YouTube. I had a strong premonition as January 2015 wore on that she had passed, and sadly, to the best of my knowledge, it appears she did die in her home in early January according to fineillstartagoddamnblog, kitwenclas, Club 57 The Book, and Bossa Nova Beatniks. She died at the age of 57.
An artist and philosopher, among many other credentials and talents, her Bikini Girl zines have been shooting up in price, now showing in the $125.00 range and showing up in higher positions on Google. Her two primary places of living were in New York City in both the Lower East Side and Brooklyn and later what she referred to as a Paris suburban ghetto, the city of St. Denis, France. She was a very strong influence on my own activities and assisted many who frequent this website in one way or another, building vast social media networks, particularly on her YouTube channels slobomotion and cutecatfaith, and a lisafalour Daily Motion account, all of which I recommend that you visit for highly useful insights and guilty pleasure, non-politically correct humor. Chemtrails, abductions, financial wizardry and crimes, spousal relations and tribulations, and more than anything, her experiences as an expatriate in France are the main subjects. Lisa Falour released well over 2,000 videos on her channels from 2010 to 2014. There are so many that are useful to watch, but I have selected several here that may be particularly poignant, amusing, or informative for you. Rest in Peace our friend, and to those reading, spread the good word of an amazing artist who needs to be researched and remembered.
“Bondage Model in a Haunted Apartment”
“Lisa Falour’s Bizarre Expat Exploits – France”
“COUNTRY, SUBURBAN, RURAL LIVING? A WALK AND TALK IN FRANCE”
“IMMIGRATION, BUGGING OUT ABROAD AND MORE”
“ALONE AGAIN, NATURALLY”
“Immigration is Traumatic!”
“SMALL SHOPS IN ST-DENIS, FRANCE”
“TEACHING IN FRANCE — ILLEGALLY VERBALLY FIRED FOR DISCUSSING WEB BOT”
“Losing Everything … (Bus Ride, France)”
“Amazon.com — Part 1”