Antonio Sustiel is Florida's self-proclaimed Flooring King. After arriving in Florida with only $400 in his pocket, this Israeli-born businessman has been able to ...
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Was just going to delete and move along, but then he uttered the words “like some needy chick” and I thought a review was more appropriate.
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