Are you interested in adding stunt tricks to your motorcycle riding routine? By learning to slide around corners, you will look more profess...
Are you interested in adding stunt tricks to your motorcycle riding routine? By learning to slide around corners, you will look more professional and in control of your motorcycle. watch the video in order to learn how to power slide your motorcycle around corners like the professionals do. Less
This simple recipe is great to do with the kids, and lets you pump out massive amounts of custom gummies, that are snack-able, and stackable...
This simple recipe is great to do with the kids, and lets you pump out massive amounts of custom gummies, that are snack-able, and stackable as well!nnNext Video: Coming Soon!nPrevious Video: How To Make a Miracle Safe: http://bit.ly/SecretMiracleSafennSubscribe for new videos every 5 days! http://bit.ly/TKoRSubscribenJoin my email list! http://bit.ly/TKOREmailListnnFor other project videos, check out http://www.thekingofrandom.comnnSocial Media Links:nnGoogle+: http://bit.ly/plusgrantnFacebook: http://bit.ly/FBTheKingOfRandomnInstagram: http://bit.ly/instagrantnTwitter: http://bit.ly/tweetgrantnPinterest: http://bit.ly/pingrantnTumblr: http://bit.ly/grantstumblrnnEndcard Links:nnBatarang: http://bit.ly/DIYBatarangnClothespin Gun: http://bit.ly/MiniMatchstickGunnNinja Balls: http://bit.ly/SquishyNinjaBallsnSoda Tab Chains: http://bit.ly/SodaTabChainsnnPlaylists: nnProjects: http://bit.ly/PLWeekendProjectsnExperiments: http://bit.ly/PLExperimentsnLife Hacks: http://bit.ly/PLLifeHacksnMad Science: http://bit.ly/PLMadSciencennMusic By:nScott & Brendo “Somewhere”nCheck out their music on iTunes: http://bit.ly/ScottBrendoiTunesnSee their YouTube page: http://bit.ly/YTScottDWnnProject Inspired By:nnSFHandyman's Instructable article: http://bit.ly/IBSFHandymannnWARNING: nnThis video is only for entertainment purposes. If you rely on the information portrayed in this video, you assume the responsibility for the results. Have fun, but always think ahead, and remember that every project you try is at YOUR OWN RISK.nnProject History & More Info:nnWho doesn't love gummy candy, and who doesn't love LEGO?nn5 years ago I was fascinated with it, wondering how it was made, and what gave it its gummy texture. It feels so good on the teeth to bite into it, and my kids go crazy for them .. so I spent a bit of time researching how they're made commercially.nnMy biggest motivation for doing this was to see if we could make our own at home, and I'm actually still trying to figure out how to make gelatin and corn syrup from scratch, so if I can figure out how to do that, maybe I'll show how to do it in another project video.nnOnly a small handful of you have ever seen the LEGO Gummy video I made in 2010, and that's because it was nearly 5 years ago, before I really got serious about making videos. I took it off my channel in 2012 because I had full intentions of making a better version, so here it is .. 3 years later! :)nnNow I wanted to make candies that made people look twice, and LEGO bricks instantly came to mind because what's more awesome than LEGO and gummy put together? But I wasn't sure where could you get a mold for making LEGO bricks.nnSurfing around the internet, I stumbled across an awesome Instructable by SFHandyman: http://bit.ly/IBSFHandymannnTo my amazement, not only had he shown how to make a mold for making LEGO candy, he also made LEGO gummies as well! nnI played around with loads of variations in recipes to see what texture and tastes I liked the best. And I've kept experimenting off and on for the last 4 years, using my kids and wife for feedback. They gobble them up no matter what variations I use, but I've finally settled on 1/2 cup of very cold water, 1/4 cup of corn syrup, 2 packets of unflavored gelatin, and 1 pack of Jell-O. I've found that the corn syrup seems to help smooth out the texture and the taste.nnIf you try making this recipe, it's very important to start the gelatin in cold water. Stir it up, then let it sit for 5 minutes before you turn on the heat. Otherwise, you'll get gobby clumps of undissolved gelatin in your syrup that doesn't look very appetizing. nnIf you're a practicing Vegan and don't want to use gelatin, try looking for recipes that use Pectin. It's made from fruits. nnThe candies come out crystal clear, firm, don't stick to your fingers, and taste amazing. They are very sweet, but don't taste as sugar loaded as gummy bears. And while the texture is a little different than gummy bears as well, in my opinion these might be better and actually more addictive. nnI originally made my silicone mold with a 2 part mix from a special effects supply company. I used real LEGO bricks set on a LEGO base, and built a makeshift retaining wall with bricks and play-dough. I don't plan to make a tutorial on how to make the mold, but I want to do a video on how to make a silicone mold in general. It's amazing to see how much detail the silicone can transfer to the final gummy products. If you look closely at my candies you can even see the little “LEGO” text on top of the gummy LEGO studs.nnTo make sour gummies, we often add citric acid. They are incredible! But if you don't have citric acid, try taking SFHandyman's suggestion and add vitamin C. The citric and ascorbic acids in the vitamins sour them the same way, which actually makes them taste just as great, and enriches them with vitamin C as well. Less
Halloween is just around the corner, and this year, we’re prepared! Our favorite movie of the year was The Hunger Games (we’ve already s...
Halloween is just around the corner, and this year, we’re prepared! Our favorite movie of the year was The Hunger Games (we’ve already started our countdown for Catching Fire), so naturally we wanted to dress up like one of our favorite characters. While we love Katniss Everdeen, Effie Trinket (aka the hilarious Elizabeth Banks) is much more fun with her crazy makeup and tinted hair. Watch makeup artist Reiva Cruze transform editor Lorelei into Effie. Less
Holidays are just around the corner and it's all about the metallics for the winter season. Makeup artist from Napoleon Perdis shows us how ...
Holidays are just around the corner and it's all about the metallics for the winter season. Makeup artist from Napoleon Perdis shows us how to create the perfect holiday look using metallics. Less
Welcome to Geeks Corner! This week we go to the movies and talk about current and future movies coming out of the Disney stables. The show ...
Welcome to Geeks Corner! This week we go to the movies and talk about current and future movies coming out of the Disney stables. The show gets started off with Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy. This movie opened at nearly $100 million last weekend continuing Marvel’s streak of successful movies. Mr. DAPs and Hayley the Hatter share their impressions about the movie and review it. Looking forward we see that The Jungle Book continues to announce its cast, with the most recent addition being Bill Murray as Baloo the Bear. Alice in Wonderland: Through the Looking Glass begins filming this week. Mr. DAPs and Hayley the Hatter talk about this movie, the Mad Hatter’s dad, and expectations for this movie. It is also discussed how this could potentially affect the Mad T Party in Disney California Adventure at the Disneyland Resort. Finally it is time for Around the Parks. This is a brief look at what is coming up in the parks, mainly at the Disneyland Resort. This includes a 45th Anniversary Haunted Mansion Pin, Halloween, Dapper Day, and Halloween Time Parties! Let’s go to the corner! If you would like a bow tie or hair tie like Mr. DAPs or Hayley the Hatter, you can go to http://www.dapsmagic.com/shop/hayleythehatter/ Like to geek out with us? Subscribe for more weekly geeky videos: http://bit.ly/WsmjJT Less
A quick video on how to reverse around the corner with video commentary talking you through what you should be doing and looking out for.
I'm a lucky boy! This is the first close look at the McLaren P1 out there; from how it sounds on startup, to jumping in the passenger seat f...
I'm a lucky boy! This is the first close look at the McLaren P1 out there; from how it sounds on startup, to jumping in the passenger seat for a quick ride. The P1 was at Paintshield http://www.paintshield.co.uk to have the ever-compulsory Paint Protection Film to be applied to vulnerable surfaces and as a result I've been fortunate enough to capture some images of the car on film.nnWith all that bare carbon around the front end, and not to mention the pretty impressive paint quality from McLaren the car was in for some work immediately after delivery to the customer. After shooting a few clips of the car in the workshop it was taken outside including a cold start, hear it moving around and see the mega rear wing in action.nnI then jumped into the passenger seat and went off for a small ride... what can I say, the turbo whoosh is amazing, the immediate power delivery is something really special, the space-age feel is crazy and how flat the car holds around corners; this thing is insane!nnThe other videos you are going to see of this car include a detailed tour looking around it, showing you the interior, inside the various flaps and parts of the car and talking about some of the features. There will also be an extended ride including demonstration and discussing the various technical functions including e-mode, IPAS, DRS and so on. Stay tuned too because the future holds even more exciting P1 videos!nnThanks for watching, TimnnSubscribe: http://bit.ly/Shmee150YTnn------------------------------------------------------------nnFacebook: http://www.fb.com/shmee150nTwitter: http://www.twitter.com/shmee150nWebsite: http://www.shmee150.co.uknnCamera: Sony CX700 http://amzn.to/rrsVwn Less
Watch more Animation Techniques videos: http://www.howcast.com/guides/2-Animation-TechniquesnnSubscribe to Howcast's YouTube Channel - http:...
Watch more Animation Techniques videos: http://www.howcast.com/guides/2-Animation-TechniquesnnSubscribe to Howcast's YouTube Channel - http://howc.st/uLaHRSnnDraw a flip book, the world's earliest form of animation.nnHowcast uploads the highest quality how-to videos daily! Be sure to check out our playlists for guides that interest you: http://howc.st/ytmainplaylistsnnSubscribe to Howcast's other YouTube Channels:nHowcast Health Channel - http://howc.st/HOE3aYnHowcast Video Games Channel - http://howc.st/tYKKrknHowcast Tech Channel - http://howc.st/rx9FwRnHowcast Food Channel - http://howc.st/umBoJXnHowcast Arts & Recreation Channel - http://howc.st/vmB86inHowcast Sports & Fitness Channel - http://howc.st/vKjUjmnHowcast Personal Care & Style Channel - http://howc.st/vbbNt3nnHowcast empowers people with engaging, useful how-to information wherever, whenever they need to know how. Emphasizing high-quality instructional videos, Howcast brings you experts who provide accurate information in easy-to-follow tutorials on everything from makeup, hairstyling, nail art design, and soccer to parkour, skateboarding, dancing, kissing, and much, much more.nnStep 1: Use ruler to draw framesnUse the ruler to help you lightly draw a series of rectangles on loose paper. These will act as guides, or frames, for your concept.nnTipnStart with about 48 frames—you can add or subtract later as needed.nnStep 2: Sketch animation in framesnConceptualize in your head the scene you'd like to animate. Then lightly sketch out your animation in the frames, drawing one frame for each stage of animation.nnTipnDraw the first and last frames before filling in the intermediary steps. nnStep 3: Draw frames on index cardsnWhen you're done with the sketches, it's time to make the actual flip book. Carefully draw each frame on the right-hand side of a different index card.nnTipnIf your animation images are small, draw them near the top corner. It will help you align your drawings to a common point of reference.nnStep 4: Occasionally testnOccasionally test how your animation looks by holding the left side of the stack firmly with your left hand and flipping through the right side with your right thumb.nnTipnIf you think there's a jump in the animation, insert a new card between the awkward frames and draw an intermediate step.nnStep 5: Loop rubber bandnWhen you're satisfied with all your drawings, loop the rubber band tightly around the left side of the stack. nnStep 6: Flip through booknNow set the scene in motion with a flick of your thumb. Try flipping it from back to front—yup, the scene goes backward! nnDid You Know?nThe German word for a flip book is daumenkino, which means "thumb cinema." Less
Add me on Facebook (click the LIKE button on Facebook to add me)nhttp://www.facebook.com/brusspupnnDownload the song in this video:nSong Nam...
Add me on Facebook (click the LIKE button on Facebook to add me)nhttp://www.facebook.com/brusspupnnDownload the song in this video:nSong Name: Break EmotionnniTunes:nhttps://itunes.apple.com/us/album/break-emotion-single/id399452730nnThe kitty in the video is Hyder. She has her own channel:nhttp://www.youtube.com/hyderkittynnThis demonstration is 100% real. It's relatively simple to create your own.nnCheck out some extra footage here:nhttp://youtu.be/09_Cda9Rl5onnThis video shows you how to create a secret LCD monitor. The first time I read that you could do this, I just had to try. nnThe results are amazing. If you are going to try and make your own, there are a few things to keep in mind. First, I would recommed using a monitor that you don't care about. I bought mine from a pawn shop for $20 dollars. Once you remove the polarized layer, you've pretty much made the monitor useless as to normal use. If you are good with repairs and that sort of thing, I'm sure you could buy a replacement filter to fix the monitor. So basically, just make sure you are ok with modifying whatever monitor you've chosen to use for this project. Once you have your monitor you need to remove the top layer, which is the polarized layer. It helps to remove the plastic frame from the front but it's not 100% necessary. Once you remove the plastic front, use a hobby knife to cut on the edge around the whole monitor. Press hard enough to make the cut but don't press too hard. That's once thing to keep in mind during this whole process is that you can completely destroy the monitor by damaging the actual LCD part of the screen. Once you make the 4 cuts, then pick a corner to start peeling the polarized layer. I used a hobby knife to "dig" under the layer so I could get a big enough piece to grab onto. Now, every monitor is different so you may experience this part a little different than the next person. You want to peel slowly to try and get the biggest pieces possible and also not to put too much force on the screen. This part could take several minutes to get all of the polarized layer off. Most LCD monitors have an antiglare layer "attached" to the polarized layer and both of those layers are glued so the hard surface of the LCD. So you may see these extra layers as you are removing them. If you're lucky you will be able to remove all 3 layers by just pulling it off. But it's likely that some glue will be left over. It's also possible that you will lift the polarized and antiglare layer but leave most of the glue. If you look closely in my video, you can see a few spots where the contrast is different. These are spots where the glue came off. If there are a lot of glue spots and it bothers you, it is possible to remove the glue by using paint thinner. But you have to be very careful. If you use the paint thinner, apply it to the glue spots and use a piece of plastic to gently scrape it off. Don't press too hard or you will destroy the monitor. Overall, I would recommend to stay away from the paint thinner and just live with the glue spots. nnNext you want to grab some glasses. I used a pair of the 3D glasses you get at the cinema. I never throw them in the recycle bin :). Anyway, you can open these glasses up and remove the "lenses". nnI ordered 2 - 6" X 6" sheets of polarized filters from a popular online science store. I traced the shape of the area where the lenses on the polarized sheets. I cut them out and placed them inside the frames. Before you cut the shape, make sure to note the proper angle of the polarized sheet with the monitor. I had to turn my sheet 45 degrees to get the correct angle. So when I traced the lens shape on the sheet, I turned the sheet 45 degrees and cut them. (In the video the sheet wasnt turned 45 degrees, but that was just a video mistake) nnSo now you're ready for action. If you hook your monitor up to a computer and put on your glasses you should be able to see the screen just as normal. Anyone standing behind you will only be able to see a blank monitor. If you move far to the sides you can see a little bit of a negative image on the screen, but it's still very hard to make out.nnAnyway, enjoy! Less
Link to the Written Procedure/Downloads for this Video:nhttp://theunlockr.com/2014/09/01/how-to-get-the-ios-6-status-bar-in-ios-7-video/nnWi...
Link to the Written Procedure/Downloads for this Video:nhttp://theunlockr.com/2014/09/01/how-to-get-the-ios-6-status-bar-in-ios-7-video/nnWith iOS 8 just around the corner, maybe you're feeling like iOS is just slipping away from you. The new flat and transparent styling is just too new age for you and you miss the good old days of gradients and layers. Well, if you're jailbroken, there are still a few ways for you to get back to that former look you miss so much.nnFrom iOS 6 inspired themes for Winterboard to iOS 6 notification icon badges, there's plenty of ways to at least get the look of iOS 6 back. Some of those tweaks, however, might leave the status bar untouched and that might be that missing puzzle piece you need.nnThanks to SixBar, a tweak from the Cydia store, you can finish that puzzle by adding the black and white status bar to your iPhone or iPad. Here's how to install it and use it.nnCheck out our site for more videos, tips, tricks, and more!nhttp://TheUnlockr.comnnCheck out our YouTube Channel! nhttp://www.YouTube.com/TheUnlockrnnIf you like getting the most out of your tech, you should definitely subscribe to TheUnlockr. Just saying.nSubscribe - http://www.youtube.com/user/theunlockr?sub_confirmation=1nnConnect with us on our social networks to chat, get behind the scenes photos, and shots of tech we're excited about as we travel:nFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/TheUnlockrnTwitter - https://twitter.com/TheUnlockrnGoogle+ - https://plus.google.com/+TheUnlockr1nInstagram - http://instagram.com/theunlockr/ Less
What is CCAMLR, and how can it protect the penguins, seals, whales, and other animals that live in Antarctica? Our whiteboard animation expl...
What is CCAMLR, and how can it protect the penguins, seals, whales, and other animals that live in Antarctica? Our whiteboard animation explains.nnAt the height of the Cold War, countries came together to protect Antarctica as a place of peace and science. Unfortunately, the surrounding waters of the Southern Ocean were not protected.n nWith no protections in place, fishing for tiny krill—the keystone of the Antarctic food web—increased dramatically. In response, the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR) was created in 1980. Its mandate was simple: to conserve Antarctic marine life. nnDespite that mission, promises to create marine reserves and protected areas in Southern Ocean waters have gone unfulfilled, even as climate change and industrial fishing increasingly threaten vulnerable areas such as the Ross Sea. nnBut it isn’t too late to make good. CCAMLR must act now to create marine reserves and show the world that it is serious about protecting the most pristine and special place on the planet.nnLearn more at www.pewtrusts.org/ccamlr nn------------------------------------------------------------------------nnTRANSCRIPTnnAntarctica—the seventh and southernmost continent in the world—is the coldest, driest, and windiest place on earth.nIt and the surrounding waters of the Southern Ocean are home to more than 9,000 species that aren’t found anywhere else on earth, including leopard seals, orcas, 7 species of penguins…and polar bears…nnNo, not polar bears! That’s the North Pole! Penguins and polar bears have never crossed paths. nAntarctica has been called the world’s last frontier. It is a pristine corner of the planet that leaders have long seen value in preserving.nnIn fact, at the height of the Cold War, the world’s leading nations signed the Antarctic Treaty, agreeing to protect the continent of Antarctica as a place of “peace and science.” nnPenguins and other species were saved! Well, their habitat on land was saved. But what about the waters where they hunted for food? Unfortunately, the entire Southern Ocean was left open to commercial fishing and other exploitation.nnThis spawned a fishing frenzy for Antarctic krill, a tiny shrimp-like crustacean that is processed into animal feed and omega-3 supplements. nnThey may not look like much, but krill form the base of the entire Southern Ocean food web. Without them, penguins and other predators are put at risk.nnMarine scientists, already worried about the devastating impacts of climate change on Antarctica, raised the alarm when they saw that the krill race was quickly expanding.nnWorld leaders responded in 1980 by creating the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources, or CCAMLR. CCAMLR’s mandate is to conserve Antarctic marine life.nConserve: to keep something safe from being damaged or destroyed; to use something carefully in order to prevent loss or waste..nBut while CCAMLR was responding to interest in krill, another fishing frenzy began—this time, for toothfish, a top predator in the Southern Ocean. Diners called it Chilean sea bass and fishermen called it “white gold” because the catch is highly valuable. Unfortunately, illegal fishing quickly wreaked havoc on populations of this important predator.nnAs demand for krill and toothfish increased, it became clear a new approach was needed.nnAnd in 2009, CCAMLR had a bright idea. It designated the first marine protected area in the South Orkney Islands, keeping those waters free from industrial fishing.nnIt was a good start, but they knew they needed to do more. So in 2011, CCAMLR committed to establishing a network of large marine protected areas around the Southern Ocean.nnIt was a big promise that is backed by the best available science. Experts say that we should be designating almost a third of our oceans as highly protected in order to support sustainable, healthy oceans that are resilient to climate change. nIt’s been four years since CCAMLR’s promise and we are still waiting for this large network of marine protected areas around the Southern Ocean. Today, climate change and industrial fishing continue to threaten vulnerable areas like the Ross Sea, while less than 2% of the world’s oceans are highly protected!nnAt a time when 85 percent of the world’s fisheries are in decline, we know we can do a lot better than that.nnBut is not too late for CCAMLR to make good on their promise and return to their primary mission.nnRemember what the second “C” stands for? CCAMLR was created to conserve – conserve the Southern Ocean, its krill, penguins, toothfish and other marine life. nnBut CCAMLR must act now to create marine reserves and show the world they mean business about protecting the most pristine and special place on the planet. Less
Subscribe! http://bit.ly/ACSReactionsnnNow that the Fourth of July is just around the corner you firework lovers out there are gearing up fo...
Subscribe! http://bit.ly/ACSReactionsnnNow that the Fourth of July is just around the corner you firework lovers out there are gearing up for the big day. We on the other hand have been taking an up close, slow motion look at the chemistry of how sparklers work. nnCompound Interest's Chemistry of Sparklers infographic:nhttp://www.compoundchem.com/2014/11/04/sparklers/nnFind us on all these places:nSubscribe! http://bit.ly/ACSReactionsnFacebook! http://facebook.com/ACSReactionsnTwitter! http://twitter.com/ACSReactionsnTumblr! http://tumblr.com/ACSReactionsnnMusic:nAlandra Jones - Strike it upnnWriter/Producer: Kirk ZamieroskinnExecutive Producer: nAdam DylewskinnScientific consultants:nChris MocellanDarcy Gentleman, Ph.D.nnSources:nMaking Sparklers - http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/ed072p652nPhysics of Sparklers - http://www.wired.com/2014/07/the-awesome-physics-in-a-simple-sparkler/nHow it’s Made Video - http://thekidshouldseethis.com/post/54590722298nHow it works - http://science.howstuffworks.com/innovation/everyday-innovations/fireworks.htmnColors of Fireworks - http://www.compoundchem.com/2013/12/30/the-chemistry-of-fireworks/nChemistry of Sparklers - http://www.compoundchem.com/2014/11/04/sparklers/ Less
Please read the description before asking questions. Ok, Sequence 8 is maybe the earliest you can get this, but I got it in Sequence 9, beca...
Please read the description before asking questions. Ok, Sequence 8 is maybe the earliest you can get this, but I got it in Sequence 9, because Sequence 8, you get locked up. Maybe you can explore New York. I didn't bother. Anyway. You'll find a quest to save Ellen in New York. I climbed a view point, and it popped up. I've done all the homestead missions up to this point, so I don't know if there are dependencies to make this quest appear. The quest starts with a kid on a street corner, asking you to help her mother, and is indicated with a standard hmoestead mission icon. You then just need to punch a dude a few times. Once you've rescued her, return to the homestead, and she'll give you the quest 'Silk Errand' where you save a bolt of silk from her home. Look for a green diamond on the New York map in the same place as you picked up her mission. Then return the bolt to her, and she'll level up to level 2. You'll need Sewing Thread (she sells this in the stockpile) and a wolf pelt. Miriam the hunter sells wolfs pelts if you've done her missions, or there are plenty around the homestead. Once you've done that, simply craft a dual holster. It will double wield whatever firearm you have equipped. But it's a bit glitchy, so be careful. Have fun! Less
Hello and thank you for watching this. I used following materials: archival papers, 2 punchers, glue, wooden box Mod Podge, patience and goo...
Hello and thank you for watching this. I used following materials: archival papers, 2 punchers, glue, wooden box Mod Podge, patience and good music. Make a stencil from basic white paper. Then cut your designated colored paper to match the top of the box. In this case I used a white glittery thick paper. Use a basic school glue to attach it. For the sides, make a stencil; be sure to have enough space to cut around lock and hinges. I cut a proper size stencil paper, then laid it on the top of the whole curvy side, pressed the corners of each "wave" to be sure I have enough depth. Decoupage this portion of the paper, the sides. Use the big puncher to cut red big dots. Glue them to the sides. Be careful do not decoupage the whole dot, only the edges because this will ruin the shininess of the paper. Then use a "snowflake" puncher to cut snowy ornaments. When you decoupage them they will look a little feathery, which is normal. The flowery paper is the favorite one for me. I cut carefully around flower stem, leaves, but leave the petals uncut. For decoupage, know that the flowers are very velvety, so the glue should be absorbed by some paper towel, like dubbing, and then let it air dry. It is a good idea to cover the bottom with something smooth. I put white felt. I could not use the same stencil I used for the top. They are slightly different, so take time and make a new one. It is easy to do; it is just takes a lot of time... Please, see the ready item either at my facebook ... Less
Written in response to Episode 4 of The Walking Dead: The Game. You can't trust anyone in a post-apocalyptic world. #gaming #zombies #thewal...
Written in response to Episode 4 of The Walking Dead: The Game. You can't trust anyone in a post-apocalyptic world. #gaming #zombies #thewalkingdead Special thanks to Zoe at zoes-horror-show.tumblr.com for designing the album art. Around Every Corner Around every corner, around every bend, is a foe or a friend, and it ain't always clear what the difference is. Darlin', trust yourself and no one else. The world's a cruel place; it's all gone to hell. Everyone's looking out for me and mine; the line is blurred between survival and crime. And, darlin', you should know: Save a man's son, he repays you with doubt; try to lead with kindness, and everyone shouts. Keep faith in a coward, he lets you down; watch in awe as a stranger holds his ground. CHORUS No one's safe from this Walker sickness; you can't know how people will act in a pinch. Mothers, fathers, children, and man's best friend: you're the only one you can trust in the end. CHORUS Less
[FULL TRANSCRIPT Vince: How's it going today internet. Um, today we're going to go over cardio. We're going to teach you that cardio doesn't...
[FULL TRANSCRIPT Vince: How's it going today internet. Um, today we're going to go over cardio. We're going to teach you that cardio doesn't have to be boring, doesn't have to be just running and biking. It can be... anything and everything you can do outside to get your heart pumping. Also, we're going to show you a couple alternatives to running, um, just in case you have bad knees that are very helpful and will keep you going. [Intro, parking lot. The camera appears to set on the ground and then either distortion or wind is heard while the music still plays and we then see Vince running.] Vince: As we have stressed from the get go, not having money is not a valid excuse to get up, get out, and get that heart rate going. Summer's right around the corner and you can do many outside routines including swimming, biking, car pushes, fireman carries, pretty much anything you can do outside to get your heart rate up just do it and we will show you some of these. Evan, got anything to add to this lesson? [Evan is brought onscreen] Vince: Guess not. [Scene changes. Evan is standing now, distracted with something.] Vince: Like the fireman carry. [He picks up Evan and runs.] [Scene changes again. This time we see Vince jogging.] Vince: And then backwards. [Cut ahead to Vince and Evan resting. A figure is behind the telephone pole they're leaning against.] Vince: Now when you want to- [Evan speaks for first time in this video but heavy distortion makes it inaudible.' ] [Scene ... Less
Makeup artist Adam Burrell shows us how to create rising star Charlie XCX's look. Charlie loves the grunge look with big black smokey eyes k...
Makeup artist Adam Burrell shows us how to create rising star Charlie XCX's look. Charlie loves the grunge look with big black smokey eyes keeping the lips nude and skin matte. Her favourite celebrity makeup is Courtney Love, as well as Pixie Geldof and Wednesday Adams. She describes her look as a Grunge Princess which is polished and modern. Adam uses Match Perfection Foundation to replicate Charlie's gorgeous porcelain base makeup. To cover any blemishes under the eyes and redness around the nose apply Wake Me Up Concealer. Then to set the foundation and concealer use Stay Matte Pressed Powder. The main feature of this look is the big Gothic smokey eyes so Adam uses Waterproof Gel Liner in Midnight Blue all over the eyelid and blends it in using a brush. Take it quite high and right into the corners to create a really smokey eye look. Next Adam uses the darkest blue in the Glam'Eyes HD in True Union Jack eyeshadow palette and applies it over the gel liner. He then uses Soft Kohl Pencil in Denim Blue to thickly line the lower lashes and uses a brush to blend it in. Using the midnight blue eye liner Adam lines the top lashes. Keep it close to the lash line to fill in any gaps. Finish off the eyes using Scandal'eyes Show Off Mascara to really lengthen the lashes and the ball at the end helps to get the mascara into the roots. To add definition to the cheeks Adam uses Wake Me Up Shimmer Touch in Shimmering Sand and applies it to the cheeks. Finish the grunge look by using ... Less
In this video tutorial, we'll take a quick overview of our online parcel map viewing program, MapEdge. Please note that in order to access t...
In this video tutorial, we'll take a quick overview of our online parcel map viewing program, MapEdge. Please note that in order to access this viewer, you need to be using Internet Explorer as your browser. - When the map first opens, the default selected tool is Zoom to Rectangle. This allows you to left click and drag over an area to enlarge it. You can then left click to display the full map again. - Now let's look at the measure tool. First we need to determine the map scale, which can usually be found in the upper-right corner of the map. The default scale of the measure tool is 1" = 100' so if the map is the same, there is nothing to change. If the map scale is different, however, we can change the measuring scale by doing a right click and then choose Change Map Scale. - Next we'll zoom in to our subject area and then click the Measure button. Now just left click at each corner or point around the perimeter of the parcel and not only will you get the distance of each side of the parcel, but once you click back where you started, you will also see the area in both square feet and acres. - Some other items you can add to the parcel map in order to bring attention to a certain area are highlights and arrow stamps. - We also have a tool that allows you to include text on the map. So now let's say you are done working with the map and you'd like to save any changes before closing it. There are three different options for what you can do. You can: - Save the map to your ... Less
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