Watch more College Football Recruiting videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/505281-8-Best-Running-Back-Qualities-Football-Recruiting The running back position is one that has a lot of different styles that are all effective. The five nine, quick, change of direction kind of a back. The big old back, the six foot, 215 pound downhill runner. I think what college coaches look for in running backs and their tailbacks and fullbacks is versatility, really. You got to have vision first. You have to understand. You have to be able to see the hole and see the adjustment of where you need to run the football - your running lane. You have to have explosiveness. You have to get to the line of scrimmage in a hurry. You got to press that hole, that you're supposed to be running to, in a hurry, in a split second so that the defense only has a second to react. Once you do that, that ability to stick your foot in the ground, or make that jump cut to avoid that tackler or to get into the open and maybe get around your blocker are key things. There has to be an ability to make a defender miss whether it's by power, running over them or whether it's by change in direction. Right? Those are some of the things, basic things, that a coach is looking for. Then there got to be that burst - BOOM! That acceleration. That chance where two defenders are coming and I, as a tailback, have the ability to split those guys with that burst and get up the field. And then versatility, I talk about catching the ball out of the backfield. If you can catch the ball out of the backfield you can be in every down. Blocking - if you can block, carry out your assignments on the fakes and do the little things, as a running back you can be in on every down. If you're 5' 9", you better be a strong son-of-a-gun with great quickness because that's how you'll overcome the concern about the height. Understand what kind of a back you are. Use the basic skills that you have to have as a tailback and make them miss guys.
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Watch more College Football Recruiting videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/505282-5-Best-Tight-End-Qualities-Football-Recruiting You know, there's a lot of offenses that don't use a position that's called the tight end, and I love the tight end. Okay. Now these days, tight ends can also play fullbacks, H-backs. So the tight end has become an hybrid, I guess, of the receiver, offensive line. So to be the tight end, what you got to have is the ability to block. You better be able to block, or you're just going to be considered an H-back. They're not going to think you're tough enough to play the position. Right? Be able to knock the guy off the ball or at least stay in front of him, move your feet, and compete. You've got to be able to run routes as a tight end. You're a wide receiver when you're out in space. Be able to stick your foot in the ground and run that in, or run that curl, or hook, or the different routes, that seam route. Right? Understand how zones are trying to cover you and get in the hole of that zone. So you got to be an offensive lineman and a wide receiver mixed into one. And I think the tight end has got to be the best athlete on the field in many cases, right? Work on blocking. Work on toughness. Work on that, those skills to pass block and run block, and work on catching the ball. And never use your body, guys. As a tight end, prove that you can catch the ball away from your body. Be an athlete.
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Like these Polish Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1LoEGIy Cześć! Looking to learn Polish? Polish, Q&S: Learn to Speak: http://amzn.to/1NnXyhG Polish, Basic: Learn to Speak and Understand Polish: http://amzn.to/1FXlOVd Polish For Dummies 1st Edition: http://amzn.to/1Omy3xn Berlitz Polish Phrase Book & Dictionary: http://amzn.to/1VEn0DZ Polish: 101 Common Phrases Kindle Edition : http://amzn.to/1VFnCUF Watch more How to Speak Polish videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515930-How-to-Curse-in-Polish-Polish-Lessons How to curse in Polish. If you want to call somebody an asshole, you say, "Dupek" Again, it's Dupek. Real easy. You break it down to, doo-peck. Dupek. Now you try. Nice. Dupek. If you want to call somebody "Bitch" you say, "Suka" Real easy. Suka. Now you try. Suka. How to say, "Jerk" Kretyn. Again, it's kretyn. Break it down into two parts. Kreh and tin. Kretyn. Give it a try. Nice. Kretyn. How to say, "Dick". This one's easy. Chuj. Again, it's Chuj. Go ahead, now you try. Great. Chuj. I you want to use it in a sentence. You are such a ____. You say, "Jestes taki. So again a little slower, Jestes taki. So let's break those down. Yes-tesh taa-key. Jestes taki. Now you give it a try. Nice.Jestes taki chuj. So those are just a few different way to curse in Polish.
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Watch more College Football Recruiting videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/505284-9-Best-Corner-Back-and-Safety-Qualities-Football-Recruiting The back end - the last line of defense, the defensive backs. The corner back, to me, is an interesting position because so many people think you just line up, you're quick, you go up there, you press coverage. The corner back position is the most technique driven position there is on the field, maybe. You have to understand about how to use your feet and have your butt, sink your butt, and how to be able to flip those hips and get into transition and know what a wide receiver is going to try to do to you by his alignment. There's so many things to learn as a corner that we don't think of, that we just think we line up and we're tough and we can cover and I see so many defensive backs just go out there and hold. That's not being a corner back. When I'm watching a corner back, I want great feet. I want him to be able to bend his knees and sink his hips and flip those dang hips, open that transition from back pedal to turn and run. Then, understanding the game is important for a corner. Get to the point where you have that leverage. You know that that receiver, when he's running a crossing route, that you can get in his hip pocket. Stay a little bit underneath him, so that when he does break upfield - BOOM - you're right there with him. If he's running a go route, or something, that you're in that hip pocket and you can use that sideline to press him. Playing corner is a technique position but you got to be quick, great feet, great flexibility and great hips and all that stuff. Then, you have to have amnesia because you can't remember the time you got beat just before. Now, the safety, the hybrid, part linebacker, part corner. For me, the safety, the best safeties I've seen are guys that understand the game and have the ability to read when the ball is being run and and when there is a pass. Inside out guys are safeties. When you're playing that strong a free safety and you're inside the hash and - BOOM - you see that ball going outside the hash, you don't pursue straight to the line of scrimmage and then turn right or left. You - BOOM - you take that angle, that pursuit angle, inside out, and attack the ball with your head and front of the ball across the ballcarrier. Those are important things to know and then those safeties got to also be able to cover. You've got to have great feet. You've got to have the instincts too. You have to have ball skills so that you understand that a ball is in flight. You can break on that ball and make a play. You better be a smart, athletic, tough physical football player to play safety. ?
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Watch more Cake Decorating Tips and Tricks from CakeMade videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/517439-How-to-Pipe-Ruffles-on-a-Cake Learn how to decorate a cake with buttercream ruffles in this free video. For full online cake decorating courses check out CakeMade: http://bit.ly/1upK3jK Hi! My name is Bronwyn Webber and I'm from Frosted Art Bakery in Dallas, Texas. I am teaching this online course for this three tier wedding cake on this chocolate silver plateau. Did you know that's chocolate? It's not silver. So in this course, you get to learn all kinds of piping techniques, a couple of really fast easy quick flowers and of course, how to make this plateau. But today, I'm going to show you a couple of neat things that you can do with the 104 tip. So, I hope you enjoy this little video and don't forget to check out this course and see all the things that you'll learn in it. I hope to see you there. So I'm going to show you a couple of quick side designs you can use with the rose tip, also known as the ribbon tip or the 104 tip. It comes in 101, which a very small one, 102, 103 and 104, which is what we're going to use today. There's a couple of different variations in the brands. This one is an Attico tip and so it's much thinner than the Wilton tip. I prefer the Attico tips but it is up to you and I'll show you the difference for sure. So what you want to do is have a bag of icing, any color, any color. Pink's my favorite. Put the tip on the end and there's a fat end and a skinny end. So the first ruffle that I'm going to show you is actually a vertical ruffle, which is kind of fun. So you're going to hold the fat end to the cake. So keep you fat end near the cake, all right? Let's do it! So what we're going to do is just a back and forth movement, really quickly and end at the bottom. And then you keep going a couple - and here we go again. And so you can see this will make a really neat effect if you do it over and over all the way around the cake. A really quick way to decorate a cake really quickly. It almost looks like an optical illusion. It's pretty cool! And so to finish it off, you would definitely want to put a border on the bottom or raise this up and not put it on the border yet and then you can put the cake down as well. So that's really fun but what happens if you do that same thing and squeeze really hard? I'll show you. So I'm not even going to wiggle. I'm going to have the icing do all the work for me. Look at that. So I'm just going to squeeze really hard. It does it for me. Amazing! So that's a neat ruffle trip and you can do that this way or this way as well. Now here we go for ruffle cakes. You see a lot of them nowadays. You can do them starting at the top and so what I'm going to do is now I'm going to do ruffles this way. So I'm going to start at the top and just kind of squeeze a little bit. Go down a little bit more, squeeze and of course you would do this around the whole cake. So you can see this popular design all over but normally, it's done with fondant but this is a way to do it with buttercream so that you don't have to have that much of a commitment to fondant because that's a lot of fondant when you're making one of those ruffle cakes and a lot of time. So you want to squeeze and kind of randomly, you want to let the ruffles go where they lay, free and easy ruffles. So there you have it, lot of different kind of ruffles. Now, if you want to have it more controlled, what you can do is an up and down motion with that tip and we can start from the bottom this time. So keep the fat end towards the cake and you can give it an up and down motion like this and then right above that, you do the same thing. Up and down and then above that, same thing. So this is several different ruffles that you can do with the 104 tip. You can see it would be really pretty if you did variations in the color but there you have one ruffle, two ruffle, three ruffle, four ruffle before you could even cover a cake in fondant. It's pretty quick. Also what you can do with the ribbon tip is you can use it to make ribbons so if you were going to do a top border, you can go around your cake like this and add a ribbon. You could do that again and again and again and complete this ruffle look all the way on the top. And then of course, you can do swags with this tip, which is probably the classic thing to do with it so keep the fat end towards the cake, skinny end towards you, go down and then release the pressure as you come up. Down, release the pressure as you come up. Down and release the pressure as you come up. So there you have it - several things you can do with the humble 104 tip. To learn how to make a cake like this with everything you see here, cake, icing, modeling chocolate, and piping - p
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Unlock the mysteries of Tarot: The Complete Guide to the Tarot: http://amzn.to/1Pj0Div The Tarot Bible: The Definitive Guide to the Cards: http://amzn.to/1LlxTzz Chakra Wisdom Oracle Cards: http://amzn.to/1hrj3zE The Essential Tarot Kit: Book and Card Set: http://amzn.to/1ZdkUu5 The Rider Tarot Deck Cards: http://amzn.to/1OmCOXQ Watch more How to Read Tarot Cards videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515598-Suit-of-Swords-Tarot-Cards Hello, this is Ellen Goldberg. And I welcome you to this taro moment from the School of Oracles. This segment is to introduce the suit of swords. Swords are also a masculine suit. The suits alternate in their identity as masculine, feminine, masculine and feminine. The taro is so egalitarian and completely equally in it's masculine and feminine representations. These are not the natural ones that we associate in society as the outer masculine and feminine but the inner qualities that each one of us has. Swords are the mental suit. They deal with changes, mental processes and extremely importantly, your thoughts or beliefs about yourself, which we might say, your identity. Sometimes people think that the suit of swords is the painful suit and indeed many of them that we will find as we do our segments on the minor arcana small cards, the ace through 10's. You'll see that the swords will deal with very often difficult situations, mostly I think it's because we often have a lot of resistance to change and a lot of resistance to truth. As we see in the ace of swords, it's the sword of truth that is being shown in the very first lead card of the suit. When you find a lot of swords in your reading or a lot of air cards, perhaps there are changes going to be taking place. It's the suit of processes, so maybe there is a lot going on moving within you or in your life. And perhaps you are working on your identity, who you think you are which actually determines so much of our experience in this world, I'd say 90%. The swords have a direction and that direction is east and their season if you're going to use them for divination in that way, their season is the fall. Swords also double. It's the only suit that doubles. We know that wands are fire, cups are water, swords are the element air, but they're also the element of spirit because air is the element that is closest to spirit. In all of the old magical languages, Latin, Hebrew, Sanskrit, Greek, the word for breath and the word for spirit is identical. "Spiritus" in Latin means both breath and spirit. In Hebrew it's "ruach elohim." In Greek, pardon my pronunciation, but I think it's "pneuma." We call things when they are godlike, pneumonous. And if you have a really bad respiratory infection, you might have pneumonia. Therefor the swords will also talk about spiritual process. It's very exciting to have a good number of swords in your reading because life is built on change and the words will always show you what your work is and what your mental process is. Work with your mind, work with your thoughts, and you change your world.
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Watch more How to Do Wing Chun videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/509888-How-to-Do-Bong-Sau-Lap-Da-Wing-Chun So now, we're going to go over a very common and a very classical technique which is Bong Lap Da. Again, depending on what Wing Chun lineage you come from, depending on, you know, what your Sifu's inclinations are, you may do things a little bit differently. In the WT system, we do it in a very specific way and we have our reasoning behind it. Bong :ap Da is unfortunately one of those techniques, fortunately or unfortunately, it doesn't really matter, that's really meant to work against other Wing Chun fighters. Because there's very few people on the street, especially when we're talking about the nature of street attacks, who are going put you in a position where you actually need this. And it doesn't mean it doesn't work, it just means you don't need it for most common applications on the street. This already very kind of Wing Chun versus Wing Chun, hypothetical, alright? So for example, in a hypothetical situation, you're standing on the street doing Wing Chun and you happen to find another Wing Chun person who wants to attack you. He gives me something, for example, like fook sau punch or jut sau punch, which is a very standard Wing Chun attack. I'm going to, as always, send my hands forward as he comes in. As he's gonna bend my arm, his punch comes in, it's gonna turn me. Alright, that's the standard bong sau. Now from here, I can't quite reach him with a punch. If I was close enough, I would just go in and hit him and this would be the most suitable response. The problem is that sometimes you end up in what we call the middle distance, you're not quite able to hit your opponent, or I should say long distance. So, what we do instead in this situation, we do something from the chum kiu, we build a bridge. So I'm going to build a bridge over the arm here, place this one here. This is actually called tut sau, this movement here. I bring this one on top and I'm gonna punch here. Now, if you notice, as he comes towards me, alright, he does this, all of my pressure is going towards him. At no moment am I focused on his hands. You see, some people, when they teach their students how to do this, they do it against a straight punch to the head, which is not already where we would do bong sau, and then they will grapple it and do a backfist or do a fak sau or whatever. This works okay in demonstration. The problem is, on the street, no one holds their arm out there for you to punch them. Alright, your opponents gonna fire a punch and bring it back and if he fires a quick jab, alright, and I try to grab his arm, his arm's already not there, he's gonna fire a second punch. So that's why we don't want to chase the hands. We have a saying in Wing Chun, "Jui ying, but jui sao," which means chase the body; don't chase the hands. So, when he comes towards me with this attack, everything I'm doing is going here. Alright? So show again one time slow. Bong sau, turn, here punch. And one time with speed, this way. That's it.
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Watch more College Football Recruiting videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/505283-4-Best-Defensive-Line-Qualities-Football-Recruiting The defensive line is a unique group of athletes. I'll say that. You're talking about guys as big as offensive linemen with the athleticism of linebackers most of the time. They're remarkable human beings to play the defensive line at a high level. College coaches are looking for specific things. The first thing, whether you're 320 pounds or 260 pounds playing defensive line, is first step quickness. You have to be able to get off the ball quick enough to keep the offensive linemen away from you. Keep their big old paws off you, so that you have a chance to get to where you've got to be. And you may just be in gap protection. Or you may be a three technique, six technique getting up the field and rushing the passer. Or getting as deep as the ball and chasing. You have to understand that the faster you are off the ball, you're watching the ball all the time, boom the ball's snapped. First step, get into the offensive lineman. Knock his hands off you. Get into your position. Spin, turn, strike, bull rush, whatever you've got to do, grip, all of the things that you do. You're not just going to have one move. You're going to have several. So think about it. You talk about preparing for a game as a defensive lineman. You may have to think more than others, because you have to adjust every time to the offensive lineman. Because one move may not be enough. What's your next move? What's your third move? Once you get into that position that coach wants you, then it's about reacting. Can you stick your foot in the ground, redirect and chase the football? Do you have the quickness to get that running back that's going in the B gap and you're in the A gap to make that play? Can you redirect and get to the sideline? You know, the characteristic that I love in defensive linemen more than anything is effort. It's hair on fire, nasty, chasing the ball sideline to sideline, and never ever giving up. That's a defensive lineman. You may not be as fast as the next guy, but you have that effort and you can make plays.
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Unlock the mysteries of Tarot: The Complete Guide to the Tarot: http://amzn.to/1Pj0Div The Tarot Bible: The Definitive Guide to the Cards: http://amzn.to/1LlxTzz Chakra Wisdom Oracle Cards: http://amzn.to/1hrj3zE The Essential Tarot Kit: Book and Card Set: http://amzn.to/1ZdkUu5 The Rider Tarot Deck Cards: http://amzn.to/1OmCOXQ Watch more How to Read Tarot Cards videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515596-Suit-of-Wands-Tarot-Cards Hello, I'm Ellen Goldberg and I welcome you to this taro moment from the School of Oracles. This segment is about the 4 suits of the minor arcana. The wands, the cups, the swords, and the pentacles. Each of these suits have very particular concerns that cover the vast array of the events and energies of life. The suit of wands, as you can see form the picture, is a masculine suit. It's ruled by fire and it takes a great deal of its meaning from the element of fire. Fire is hot, we think of fire when we talk of passion and wands are passionate. Everything they do is filled with vigor. Wands are associated with the season of spring when life is coming alive. They represent areas of life like commerce, change, vitality, your own enterprise and the beginnings of things just like spring is a new beginning for each of us. When there are many wands in a reading because you'll do reading and sometimes you'll see that there is a preponderance a particular suit or element. Because as you know, the major arcana, each card is an element as well. If you find a lot of fire or many wands in a suit, in a reading, perhaps something is commencing. perhaps a lot of energy is going on. Perhaps you are commencing something new and there is a commerce being made and the idea of the business of it. Everything that wands do has a tremendous vitality to it. In a word we can say that wands are the life-giving force of the universe.
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Watch more How to Do Wing Chun videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/509890-How-to-Do-Lau-Gerk-aka-Kick-Defense-Wing-Chun So the next technique we're going to practice is something called Lau Gerk. Lau Gerk is actually just kind of a slang. It literally means to scoop the leg or scoop the leg of your opponent. It works very well against roundhouse kicks which are quite commonly when you're fighting karate tae kwon do or kick boxing. Roundhouse kicks are very, very common, but it's for a higher level roundhouse kick. If someone giving you a low kick or mid level kick, we have a different solution for that but this is against for someone maybe trying to kick you a little bit higher. At least to the elbow or higher or towards the head. So, first we have the hand techniques. Alright and they come from the Siu Nim Tau form. If you start from the standard Wing Chun prefighting position, you're are going going to use Gwat Sau which is actually a sweeping motion from the 6th set of the form. You're are going to use the side palm which is going to go all the to the edge. Then you are going to scoop up with the Lao Sau hand and then you're are going to cut forward with the Fat Sau like that. So when we teach it first we teach it in four steps. So we go 1, 2, 3 and the chop is 4. And then when the students can get that, we compress it into 2. So we go 1 and 2 together. And 3 and 4 together. Now 1 and 2 are very important, because this is what's going to keep your head protected in case the kick is very, very fast, but idly we want to go in and launch the guy as soon as we can. So, we have this only as a safety measure. There are other styles that actually practice a (?) against the round house kick. This we can do if we are caught off guard but standing there and blocking somebody kick full power with your forearms is not the best thing is a self-defense situation. We want to do things that aren't causing damage to our body. We don't always have forearm guards and shin pads when we fight on the street. We need things that work, you know, regardless if whether we have pads or not. So a real simple progression if we have the wing chun person over here and the person firing the roundhouse kick. What I like to do is, when he takes a step to set up the kick, I'll have my student practice just the first part. So when he takes the step for the kick for the kick, he's going to step in and get his hand ready to go. Alright because this is the most important thing. So he goes for the set up step, hand is in, hand is up here to protect. He's already closing the the gap. The second part, okay after he takes the first one, he goes in. The kick comes, and then when we makes contact he's going to scoop and launch him. This way here. And the idea is to throw the opponent off balance with the kick. Now you have to be very careful when you practice this because you don't want to dump your partner on there head. So we're going to do it slow a few time and then we're going to go from there. Alright, so you step in, slow and then launch. Like this. Okay. And then we do it in 2 action at first so that the students can get the technique down. 1 and the 2. And then eventually we do it with the passing step all in on action. This way. And that's Lau Gerk.
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Like these Polish Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1LoEGIy Cześć! Looking to learn Polish? Polish, Q&S: Learn to Speak: http://amzn.to/1NnXyhG Polish, Basic: Learn to Speak and Understand Polish: http://amzn.to/1FXlOVd Polish For Dummies 1st Edition: http://amzn.to/1Omy3xn Berlitz Polish Phrase Book & Dictionary: http://amzn.to/1VEn0DZ Polish: 101 Common Phrases Kindle Edition : http://amzn.to/1VFnCUF Watch more How to Speak Polish videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515932-How-to-Say-Goodbye-in-Polish-Polish-Lessons How to say goodbye. Now, if you want to just say bye informally, it's the same same as hell. You say cześć. So you can use it for hi or bye, informally. You say cześć. Again, just break it down into three quick syllables. Che-sh-ch. Cześć. Go ahead. You give it a try. Nice. Cześć. Now, if you want to say goodnight to somebody, as in formally, where you don't have to say cześć, you say dobranoc. Dobranoc. Translates right to goodnight. Dough-bra-nots. Dobranoc. Go ahead. Give it a whirl. Very nice. You're a natural. Dobranoc. Now, another way to say goodnight is to say good evening, which is a formal way of saying it. You say dobry wieczór. Again, it's two words, dobry and wieczór. Let's try it again. Dough-bry vye-chur. Dobry wieczór. Now, take your time, and give it a try. Great. So good evening is dobry wieczór. Now, if you want to tuck your kids in at night and say sleep well, you say śpij dobrze. Again, that's shpee dough-bsheh. So it's two different words. The accent is on the first syllable, śpij, and then dobrze. So, once again, śpij dobrze. Give it a shot. Great, you'll be sleeping well tonight. Śpij dobrze. Now, if you want to say see you in the morning, you say do zobaczenia rano. Do zobaczenia rano. It's three words. Do. The next one's a little longer. Zobaczenia, and then rano. So, again, it's dough zoh-baa-cheh-nya rah-no. So let's try that one more time. Do zobaczenia rano. Little tricky. Give it a try. I knew you'd get it. Do zobaczenia rano. Now, if you just want to say see you later, you say na razie. Two quick words. Na razie. Try it. Na razie. Nice. So, see you later is na razie. Those are different ways to say goodbye.
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Like these Polish Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1LoEGIy Cześć! Looking to learn Polish? Polish, Q&S: Learn to Speak: http://amzn.to/1NnXyhG Polish, Basic: Learn to Speak and Understand Polish: http://amzn.to/1FXlOVd Polish For Dummies 1st Edition: http://amzn.to/1Omy3xn Berlitz Polish Phrase Book & Dictionary: http://amzn.to/1VEn0DZ Polish: 101 Common Phrases Kindle Edition : http://amzn.to/1VFnCUF Watch more How to Speak Polish videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515933-How-to-Say-Yes-in-Polish-Polish-Lessons How to say "Yes." Saying yes is very simple, tak. Almost like a Tic Tac, but instead of saying a, you say ah, tahk. So one more time, tak. Go ahead, give it a shot. Yes, tak. Now another variation of yes is yep, which is aha, very easy, A-H-A. Aha. Go ahead, give it a shot. Yep, you're right, aha. Now to say "Sure," you say "pevnie." It's one word. We can break it down into two syllables, pev-nye. Pev-nye, pewnie. Now you try. Very nice, pewnie. Now if you want to ask "Are you sure?" you say, "Jesteś pewny?" Jesteś pewny? That's how you say it to a male. Jesteś pewny? So let's break that down really quick. Yes-tesh peh-vny. Jesteś pewny? Go ahead, give it a shot. Nice. Now let's say it to a lady, "Jesteś pewna?" So the difference is the ending of pewny and pewna. Jesteś pewna? So let's do that a little slower. Yes-tesh peh-vnah. Jesteś pewna? Now you ask. You're a natural. Jesteś pewny? Jesteś pewna? To say "Why not," you say, "czemu nie?" Czemu nie? So it's two words, czemu, and then, nie. Tch-eh-moo nye. Czemu nie? Give it a shot. Great. Why not? Czemu nie? Those are a few different ways to say yes.
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Unlock the mysteries of Tarot: The Complete Guide to the Tarot: http://amzn.to/1Pj0Div The Tarot Bible: The Definitive Guide to the Cards: http://amzn.to/1LlxTzz Chakra Wisdom Oracle Cards: http://amzn.to/1hrj3zE The Essential Tarot Kit: Book and Card Set: http://amzn.to/1ZdkUu5 The Rider Tarot Deck Cards: http://amzn.to/1OmCOXQ Watch more How to Read Tarot Cards videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515594-Major-Arcana-Tarot-Cards Hello, I'm Ellen Goldberg and welcome to a Tarot moment from the School of Oracles. This segment is an introduction to the Major Arcana. The Tarot, the 78 cards of the Tarot, are divided in two groups -- the Major Arcana, meaning the major secrets and the Minor Arcana, the lesser secrets. The Major Arcana are comprised of 22 cards often referred to as the trump cards and they go in a series from 0 through 21. They're easy to recognize because these are the cards that have a title along the bottom. They start with The Fool with zero. Well, you will find some people who put the fool in other places, and I cannot say they're wrong because the zero is everywhere. Really the zero is in and out of every card, so it's the beginning and the end. But we will take them in this series, from The Fool right through to the last card, The World card. These images are what one might call archetypal images. What is an archetype? This is a pattern that has been repeated so many times since the beginning of time in all cultures, in all places in the world, that it's actually become a memory deposit in our own subconscious. As the wonderful psychologist Carl Jung mentioned, "We are not born a tabula rasa. We are not born a clean slate. We are born with the archetypes of the collective unconscious, the consciousness we share with all mankind, sleeping already in our central nervous system." And these archetypes can be awakened in many ways. They are often awakened through art, which is why in some invocations in the Tarot, they refer to the cards as consecrated cards of art. Jung also mentioned that this image series of the Tarot was a pictorial representation of the archetypes of transformation. Every culture has them, and whether we were thinking of a lost tribe in the rainforest of the Amazon, or here, in New York City, in the fanciest penthouse party and jet set society, these same archetypes, attested for a time, place, culture, show up in every society. Every society has a fool, a warrior, a holy child, a wise man, a love goddess, a priestess, a trickster, a shadow figure. They come again and again, and they are in the Tarot, and we are going to learn how to awaken these, how to learn them, and how to become friends with them. Thank you for being with me. Bye for now.
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Unlock the mysteries of Tarot: The Complete Guide to the Tarot: http://amzn.to/1Pj0Div The Tarot Bible: The Definitive Guide to the Cards: http://amzn.to/1LlxTzz Chakra Wisdom Oracle Cards: http://amzn.to/1hrj3zE The Essential Tarot Kit: Book and Card Set: http://amzn.to/1ZdkUu5 The Rider Tarot Deck Cards: http://amzn.to/1OmCOXQ Watch more How to Read Tarot Cards videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515595-Minor-Arcana-Tarot-Cards Hello. I'm Ellen Goldberg and I welcome you to this taro moment from the school or oracles. This segment is on an introduction tot he minor arcana. As I've mentioned, the taro is divided into two basic groups. The 22 groups of the major arcana which portray the major archetypes of the laws of the universe and personalities and spiritual forces and the minor arcana. And that's a greater group, 56 cards. 56 cards subdivided into 4 suits, the wands, the cups, the swords, and the pentacles and we'll be doing a segment particularly on the 4 suits. So, take a look for that one. But the minor arcana, sometimes people think that it is lesser than the major arcana just because it has the prefix or the title "minor." To me, that's like saying the subconscious is lesser than the conscious mind just because it has the beginning of "sub." It's not true. The minor arcana are also archetypes. They're archetypal situations and people. Each of the 4 suits of the minor arcana has 14 cards in it. 10 of it you know from regular playing cards, they're the ace through 10's. We've seen them and played with them through all of our lives. We even know the other group, but maybe not all of them. Each suit not only has an ace through 10, often called the pip cards, but there are 4 court cards, people. There's pages, there are queens, there are kings, and there are knights on horseback. I even think I found a, oh, here's a knight, knight of cups. These people are the people that you will meet in your life and they will have personalities that you will recognize. The minor arcana, we might say, is a great panorama of life because they represent events. There will be pictures on cards, which is one of the reason why I love the "Ride Awake" cards so much because every card has a picture and a title that is descriptive of the card. The work that we're going to do with the minor comes really from the order of the Golden Dawn. As we make this video I'm approaching my 70th year and I started to study the cards when I was 29. And somewhere in my 30's I spent 4 years at a Kabbalistic Mystery School based on taro and it was also based on the work of the order of the Golden Dawn which is how I've come to have the association that I do with the cards. every card in the minor arcana not only has a title which we call a lord name, it's called a lord name and not just a name to show that it is a big constellation of energy. But it also has an astrological attribution. A planet, working within a sign. We don't have time for the more complex segment it would take to show how they got their attributions but there is rhyme and reason to it, it's not arbitrary at all. The minor arcana, in my estimation, are the major arcana brought down to earth. They are a panorama of life and all the people and situations that you're going to encounter in your life's journey. Thank you for being with me. Bye for now.
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Watch more How to Do Pole Dancing Exercises videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/509397-How-to-Do-an-Outside-Knee-Hang-Pole-Dancing This is an outside knee hang with an added back arch and head to toe grab, also known as the Marley. It's a very beautiful move, if you have back flexibility to showcase. It looks wonderful on the spinning pole and even better with two people. So one person will want to be near the top of the pole. They'll invert and hook their dominant outside leg hang leg. In my case that's my right leg,so I'll hook strongly at the knee. I'll bring my lower leg into my thigh brace and from there, I'll take my top hand to grab my top foot, squeezing the pole with that top leg. This will help lock in that knee hang when I'm spinning. I'll start to open up my chest, pressing my lower leg into the pole and reach overhead for my foot to pull my head to my toe. Your lower spin partner will be the one to start the pole spinning and will compliment your move. She'll take her leg into a high knee hang, grab the foot from behind the pole. Again, she probably would want to be on her dominant leg hang leg, since this a little bit scary to do. Hopefully, you both match up with the same leg hang legs. From there she's going to reach her torso away from the pole and here's the scary part. She's going to dive forward and hopefully her leg is going to hit the pole in a thigh brace. One helpful tip for this. If it's the first time you're doing this particular kamikaze spin. You can have someone hold your hand and walk you into the spin. It's amazing how simple this is and makes it a lot less scary. Once she's spinning, she'll follow the same steps as her partner up above. To come out of it, again you'll release the foot, swing the leg back into the thigh brace, and you can climb up and over that outside leg hang leg.
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Unlock the mysteries of Tarot: The Complete Guide to the Tarot: http://amzn.to/1Pj0Div The Tarot Bible: The Definitive Guide to the Cards: http://amzn.to/1LlxTzz Chakra Wisdom Oracle Cards: http://amzn.to/1hrj3zE The Essential Tarot Kit: Book and Card Set: http://amzn.to/1ZdkUu5 The Rider Tarot Deck Cards: http://amzn.to/1OmCOXQ Watch more How to Read Tarot Cards videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515597-Suit-of-Cups-Tarot-Cards Hello. I'm Ellen Goldberg and welcome to a taro moment from the School of Oracles. This segment is an introduction to the suit of cups, one of the 4 suits of the minor arcana. The cups are the receptive suits. They're feminine and as you see the picture of the cup, the holy spirit represented by the dove is holding a little wafer which represents earth and coming into the cup of receptivity and the cup runneth over. In each of these aces, but we'll have a separate segment on the aces, it's the hand of God holding the representation of the element of the suit. Cups are associated with the season of summer and with the direction west. We see that there are little "yuds," the building blocks of the Hebrew alphabet floating in the air. There are 26 of them in this card in the Ride Awake because that is the number that the name of God in Hebrew add up to. Cups are pleasure-loving and because they're receptive, they receive not only impressions and feelings form the atmosphere but they are the psychic suit. This is the suit that deals with emotions, psychic activities and really creativity because really we receive creativity oftentimes from a source beyond ourselves. We know that in "inspiration," meaning spirit flowing into us and then it flows out of us. That is why the cup runs over in this card so that we share what we have with the world. When you find that you have done the layout for yourself or reading and there are many cups, more than any other suit then perhaps there is a special emphasis on emotional life, psychic development, creative life. Pay attention to these cups. These mean so much to us. Thank you for being with me and bye for now.
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Unlock the mysteries of Tarot: The Complete Guide to the Tarot: http://amzn.to/1Pj0Div The Tarot Bible: The Definitive Guide to the Cards: http://amzn.to/1LlxTzz Chakra Wisdom Oracle Cards: http://amzn.to/1hrj3zE The Essential Tarot Kit: Book and Card Set: http://amzn.to/1ZdkUu5 The Rider Tarot Deck Cards: http://amzn.to/1OmCOXQ Watch more How to Read Tarot Cards videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515593-History-of-Tarot-Tarot-Cards Hello. I'm Ellen Goldberg and welcome to a Tarot Moment from the School of Oracles. In this segment we are going to introduce the tarot. What are tarot cards? Well, you might think they are simply a deck of cards, but they are much more than that. The tarot is actually...a book of wisdom that's disguised as a pack of cards. There are 78 cards in all they are divided into 2 groups, the major arcanna, arcanna means secrets, and the minor arcanna. These major and minor secrets will be covered in many of the segments that we are doing in this series. The tarot, the origins are really shrouded in mysteries. There are many theories about where they come from. What we do know is that they are an oracle and that they can tell you so many things about yourself, about life, about the deep meaning of things, and reflect yourself back to yourself. Well, the tarot is like having a sage as a wise friend, right in your own pocket...It's to be respected and not used simply for fortune telling because it doesn't really enjoy that aspect of itself. It will communicate, I think, on almost any subject, but it prefers to be used for questions dealing with your own personal process, your spiritual advancement. When I teach my students to use the tarot, the first question we learn, which can be used over and over on a daily basis is "Tell me, what should I know about myself, right now?" The tarot loves to reflect yourself back to yourself so that you can know yourself and you can always know how to comeback to your center, how to find your best self, how to take your next step in growth. Many scholars say that the tarot first appeared around the time of the Renaissance in Italy, and surly the first decks that we have come from around that time. Maybe things like the invention of the printing press, then the availability that made of paper products to the masses, certainly had an influence on the tarot. As well as the Renaissance proclivity for creating systems that synthesized all existing knowledge that existed, they did this quite a bit. So the tarot is an example of that. In fact, the tarot is a compendium of the entire western mystery tradition. The tarot is like a great river into which the streams of cabala, astrology, hermetic philosophy, alchemy...even neo-plutonic philosophy, all of these have flowed into the tarot and are part and parcel of it. One of the reasons that I ejnoy reading with the rider wait deck, which is the deck that we will be talking about and using as our source of images in this series, is because it was created by a hermetic magical order, The Order of the Golden Dawn in England. The order formed in the late, 1800s and lasted, I think, up until about 1920. Maybe it was 1888 that was the founding, but I can't be exactly sure, but what I do know is that they based everything on cabala and tarot. And they had great systems that they help to make the tarot grow. The tarot...it may only have appeared first in Renaissance Italy, but it's roots go back far and wide, goes back to the east and the west. There's eastern tradition from India and Tantra. There is the western Judeo-Christian Egyptian and Greek tradition in here and they all flow into this simple, seemingly simple pack of cards which is really profound. The 4 armed g- mother of time and great goddess of India, kali, from whom we get our word calendar, in her 4 arms she held 4 symbols which are representative of the 4 suits in the tarot, the wands, the cups, the swords, and the pentacles. Later on, in Greece the goddess Nemesis, the goddess of fate, before whom even the other gods bow down, she, too, carried these same symbols in her hands. And, of course, they were sacred to Mercury, who gives his name as Hermes, the Greek name for Mercury, to the entire hermetic tradition. Tarot is part and parcel of the hermetic tradition and it's still growing, still alive. The tarot an example that magic is alive and well. The other oracles that we know and love, say the etching. The rune stones, they date from about 1200 to 1500 years before Christ. Palmistry, my other great love in my life, and astrology they go back much further, and they might go back to 3000 to 5000 years before Christ. So you can imagine what a Johnny-come-lately tarot is, coming right around the time of the R
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Watch more How to Do Wing Chun videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/509889-How-to-Time-a-Kick-Attack-Wing-Chun So, one of the king disciplines in martial arts is timing. A lot of people focus so much on speed, but speed is only important in one situation. When you can reach your opponent and want to hit them first, then speed is important. When we're talking about interacting with somebody who's coming at you with punches and kicks and trying to grapple you, wrestle you, do chi sau with you, or whatever, timing is very, very important. Sometimes, being too fast is just as bad as being too slow. Timing is something that requires a little bit more patience to cultivate, and of course, a lot of practice. For kicks, timing is very, very important. If you kick too early, you're out of range. You're going to leave yourself vulnerable after your kick misses. If you kick too late, you're going to be jammed and you're not going to be able to transfer the amount of power that you would like to with a kick. So, a real simple exercise to get used to the timing of the kick is by using a kick shield. The Wing Chun trainee is going to stand there ready to kick. The partner with the kick shield is going to come in. You're going to start off very slow. When he's within range, then the Wing Chun trainee is going to do the front thrust kick. In real fighting, it would be great if you could kick somebody so hard that you knock them down and caused all the damage that you need to, but sometimes the best thing we can hope for is that our kick just stops the guy from going forward. Maybe we can run away or we can at least stun them for a moment. So, real simple for the front thrust kick. The Wing Chun trainee is going to set up like this. The person with the kick shield is basically going to walk in starting off real slow. And then, we're going to use the front thrust kick to stop the guy. So we'll do it a few more times. Kick. Good. You can start first with the timing of the kick, and then afterwards you can add a step in so you that you learn to pursue after you kick. Like this. And then, eventually we can increase the distance between the two practitioners. The partner with the kick shield can move a little further away and then come in a little bit quicker. And then we can work the timing there. A couple more times. This can also be done with the sidekick. The sidekick's a little bit trickier because you have to stay basically parked. You're going to stand like this. Imagine someone is attacking you from the side. If I have time to stay square, I would always go square to my opponent. But if I'm at the ATM or whatever and somebody comes at me, sometimes you have to kick from the side. You have no other option. So, the timing drill also works great from the side as well.
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Considering Plastic Surgery? Check out these resources: The Smart Woman's Guide to Plastic Surgery: http://amzn.to/1GwD0vI Plastic Surgery Without the Surgery: The Miracle of Makeup: http://amzn.to/1JTbHf2 Navigate Your Beauty: Smart and Safe Plastic Surgery Solutions: http://amzn.to/1Om2u5n Essentials of Plastic Surgery: http://amzn.to/1RubNA2 Watch more Plastic Surgery Guide videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515685-What-Are-Tummy-Tuck-Drains-Plastic-Surgery We're discussing tummy tuck drains. After a tummy tuck or an abdominoplasty, there's often a large amount of fluid that collects between the muscle wall of the abdomen, or stomach, and the skin wall. In order to get rid of that fluid that collects, we insert small drains that go... usually there are two drains: one goes low in the abdomen and one goes high in the abdomen above the belly button. Fluid is collected through the small holes in the drain and travels through the tube into a bulb that looks like this and collects in this bulb. This bulb is emptied every time it's filled up, several times a day, and there are numbers on the side of the bulb which are used in order to record how much fluid is coming out of the surgical site. This number is then relayed to your surgeon and, based on the amount of fluid that comes out in a 24-hour period, the surgeon determines whether or not the drains are ready to come out. If the drains come out too early then there's the possibility of a fluid collection accumulating and having no way to get out. So therefore, drains are important. Most plastic surgeons use drains, although there are some techniques that allow for surgery without drains. In general, drains are used usually for about one week and they're removed once very little fluid is coming out.
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Watch more How to Do Wing Chun videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/509892-Basic-Chi-Sau-Theory-Wing-Chun Now we're gonna discuss the basic theory behind chi sau. Now, chi sau is one of the most famous exercises we have in Wing Chun. Chi sau means "sticking hands" or can also be translated as clinging arms and the idea is that when we have contact with our opponent's arms, or in this case, your partner's arms in training, you wanna learn to feel the direction and force of the attack so that you can unload the force, abandon the force, and basically make use of what your opponent is doing based on what's going on that moment. Chi sau is not based on preset routines. We start by teaching routines so that the student can learn some basic movements and then the idea is that it eventually frees up a little bit. So, we have a saying in Wing Chun. We say, "Yau sau chi sau, mo sau joi ying," which means, if there are hands in front of you, stick to them; if there are no hands in front of you, go to your opponent's body. So the purpose of chi sau, is in fact, not to stick to your opponents arms for the sake of sticking to your opponents arms. What we wanna do is we wanna step in and knock out our opponent. But if we run into our opponents arms, then we can make use of the force. I believe Jessie Glover said it best. He was Bruce Lee's first student in the US. He said, "Chi sau is back up for your punching, not the other way around." So our primary focus is to go in and hit; it's not to go in and do chi sau. So here, we see two students practicing chi sau together. And the idea is to stick, and to feel, and to practice according to what's going on. And whether one person gets hit or not is actually not the issue. The idea is just to feel what's going on and actually get used to getting hit and borrowing force and giving it away.
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Watch more Japanese Bento Box Recipes videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/500544-How-to-Make-Wasabi-and-Tobiko-Bento-Box What are we going to do now is innovative gunkans with Washusi Samba. It's one of our signature gunkans. This is salmon with some wasabi tobiko. Koji San is slicing the salmon. We're using a Scottish salmon previously cured with some salt and sugar and rinsed with rice vinegar. We see him dipping his fingers in the water so the rice doesn't stick to his hands and now molding the rice balls. You should keep in mind that always when we do sushi, we do it by pairs. This is the nori strips. He already cut it with one inch wide, and it's wrapping around the rice so that any ingredient that he put's on top, it doesn't fall off. Gunkans is a Japanese word for battleships. This is a kind of sushi that's not one of the oldest ones, and it has been, I believe, at the beginning of the 1900s. It has been created so any of the ingredients that we use doesn't fall out of the rice. He already rolled up the salmon. He put it inside of the gunkans, and now he's topping off a little bit with some wasabi tobiko for flavor, for texture, and as you guys can see, for color. He's going to end up a little bit with some micro chives on top, just to give them that chive flavor, which goes really well with the salmon. There we go. We have our salmon with wasabi tobiko topped with chives. This is innovative gunkan from Sushi Samba.
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Watch more How to Do Pole Dancing Exercises videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/509395-How-to-Do-a-Brynlyn-Loomis-Routine-Pole-Dancing I'm going to be demonstrating just a basic climb and spin routine, with the climb and spin fundamentals of just a basic spin, some dance transitions and a basic climb. These are some basic things to focus on once you first begin pole dancing. A pole dancing routine doesn't have to have a lot of tricks in order to still give you a great workout, A. B, still be fun and C, you can share it with your friends, your boyfriend or whoever you would like. It still be fun, sexy and saucy without having to be too crazy, when you first start learning how to pole dance. Some things to start thinking about is make sure that your hand is always high on the pole. That will elongate your lines, it'll make your body look longer, leaner. Also, it allows you to pull your hips away from the pole, which encourages the shapes in your body by emphasizing your hips. When you walk around the pole, you want to make sure that your chest is lifted, your shoulders are back and down. You're walking with a sense of pride and confidence. Even if you don't feel so confident when you first start pole dancing, eventually you're going to start becoming more confident, even just by walking around the pole, and feeling what that feels like to walk with posture. You also want to make sure that when you're walking around the base of the pole that you're pivoting on the balls of your feet. Stepping on the balls of your feet as you pivot and turn. If you walk heel/toe, heel/toe, it makes you look kind of clunky and heavy and it doesn't allow you to pivot as naturally as you walk. The other thing you want to think about too is music choices. Picking something that's nice and slow, so you can move slowly to it, so you can focus on the technique and move with fluidity, without the beats changing or having to emphasize faster beats. That can be a little bit overwhelming when you first start to pole dance.
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Considering Plastic Surgery? Check out these resources: The Smart Woman's Guide to Plastic Surgery: http://amzn.to/1GwD0vI Plastic Surgery Without the Surgery: The Miracle of Makeup: http://amzn.to/1JTbHf2 Navigate Your Beauty: Smart and Safe Plastic Surgery Solutions: http://amzn.to/1Om2u5n Essentials of Plastic Surgery: http://amzn.to/1RubNA2 Watch more Plastic Surgery Guide videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515684-Does-a-Tummy-Tuck-Leave-a-Big-Scar-Plastic-Surgery When planning the surgical incision on a tummy tuck or an abdominoplasty, a surgeon needs to take into account how much excess skin and fatty tissue there is in the lower part of the abdomen or of the stomach. If there is not an overwhelming amount of skin and fatty tissue, then commonly the incision can extend from the bony prominence of the hip, also known as the anterior superior iliac spine, on the right side to the one on the left. If there is a large amount of excess skin and excess fatty tissue, then sometimes that scar needs to be extended beyond it and towards the sides or even the back. We try to keep the scar as low as possible. We place it generally just above the level of the pubic hair line in order to allow patients to ideally wear a bikini or a two-piece swimsuit after surgery, and to be able to conceal their scar with either a bikini or underwear. So the length of the scar will vary from patient to patient based on the amount of skin and the amount of fatty tissue that is present in the lower abdomen.
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Like these Ab Workout Tutorials !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1NFBXvP Watch more Best Ab Workout for Women videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515849-What-Is-Your-Core-Abs-Workout So, what is "the core?" You've heard people talking about it. Is it your front abs? Is it your side abs? What is it? I want you to picture something i want you to picture, god forbid, cutting off your arms or your legs. Guess what? That's your core. Your core is everything except your arms and your legs. So, we have the mutlifidus which is a muscle that runs in your deep vertebrae. It's in your back. That's why doing total body exercises like squats and lunges and dead lifts are very important, okay, if not more important, then building up your front abs. Multifidus is in the back. Your core muscles wrap around so you have your internal, external obliques. Okay? You have your transverse abdominus, which is in the front, and you have your pelvic floor, which is all a part of your core, as well as your inner diaphragm. All these muscles add up to what we know as your core. So, remember, it's not just a limitation in the front or in the side, it's the whole torso area, it's the basis. It's responsible for transferring weight and power from your lower body to your upper body, okay? Just training your front abs is not going to get you very far. You got to train total body exercises. So, that's why it's important to think of the core as your entire torso, not just your front or your side abs.
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Awesome Camera Gear: Canon PowerShot: http://amzn.to/1AcWPdL Portable Printer: http://amzn.to/1EVfbvq64 Gig Memory Card: http://amzn.to/1FrNKhk Canon EOS 7D: http://amzn.to/1PvfhoRSelfie Stick: http://amzn.to/1dhLLSC Hero Go Pro: http://amzn.to/1Ehu8Y1Droid Fish Eyes: http://amzn.to/1Ehu8Y1 Fuji Instant Camera: http://amzn.to/1cN5WGUBOSE Headphones: http://amzn.to/1JwPuHR Want to improve your Photography? Night and Low-Light Photography Photo Workshop: http://amzn.to/1j9aLh4 Portrait Studio 600W Day Light Umbrella Continuous Lighting Kit: http://amzn.to/1OYJP0X Photography: Complete Guide to Taking Digital Pictures: http://amzn.to/1PiX4sF Tony Northrup's DSLR Book: Create Stunning Digital Photography http://amzn.to/1FXngXC The Beginner's Photography Guide Paperback: http://amzn.to/1LiEChT Watch more How to Take Better Photos videos: http://bit.ly/1F0gt9x Let's talk a little bit about raw files versus jpeg files on your camera. Your camera has the ability to take a photo in jpeg, compress it, and have all this beautiful color, saturation, vibrancy information stored in the file. However, what we want to do is take the photo in raw. It's the same with processing. Jpeg was like taking your roll of film to Rite Aid for that one hour quick development, whereas raw processing is more like going into a dark room and playing with the chemicals and the process and dodging and burning yourself. If photography is an addiction, Photoshop and processing has become, I guess, the methadone of photography. Let's just have a quick look at how simply, easily, and let's also talk about sparingly I process my raw images. The first thing I want to do with my raw image is just increase the exposure just a little bit. As you can see around here, I've got quite a bit of darkness just next to the Jefferson memorial. I just want to bring my exposure up just a little bit, just to cover some of that darkness. Downside of that is I'm getting a few more highlights and blowouts as you can see here by the red of the screen. Next thing I want to do is just increase the contrast just a little bit, just to offset some of what I did there with the exposure before. I just want to increase the clarity just a little bit and the vibrancy just a little bit. A lot of people think that processing raw is cheating. Like I said, this is exactly what we used to do in a dark room when processing film. The next thing I want to do is just bring in just a little bit of a graduated filter. I used one when I took the photograph but what I'm going to do is just add another one now just to help control those highlights and just give the sky a little bit more. Because my subject is on the left, notice I'm bringing it over just to keep the clarity there over what I've already highlighted. The next thing I'm going to do is use my adjustment brush. This is used in the same way we used to use dodging and burning in film, just to give a little bit more selective control over the darkness and also the lights the way we used to do it. The next thing I want to do is just increase my noise reduction. Obviously, playing with a lot of the process settings here in camera raw have just created a little bit of noise, almost like we had an high ISO and just by controlling it that simply we now control how our image turned out. So we can compare it with the one we processed. So there we have the original and the beautifully processed image in comparison. So by processing our raw image we have a lot of control how the image turns out. Like I said, it's not something we want to overdo. If Photoshop is methadone, then think of the serenity prayer. Give us the serenity to accept that we could not change the sky on the day, the wisdom to know when to Photoshop, and the courage to turn it off.
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Watch more How to Take Care of Your Teeth videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/483428-How-Many-Teeth-Should-Adults-Have-Tooth-Care Hi, my name is Dr. Shane Methal, here at Greene Street Dental in SoHo, New York. I've been in private practice both in Maryland and consequently back in New York for the last 17 years. My office website is www.greenestreetdental.com, that's green with an "e" at the end, and today I'm going to be talking about teeth and dentistry. Healthy Teeth: How many teeth should adults have? By age two, we should have approximately 20 primary teeth. As we get older, these teeth shed and an adult human should have 32 teeth. Most people, however, have their wisdom teeth extracted and as a result end up with 28 teeth. Sometime teeth are also removed for orthodontic purposes or for braces. If you have too many teeth, this can cause problems with esthetics or crowding. If you have too few teeth, the spacing can cause teeth to drift or tilt and that can also cause problems with your bite. In that case you have to talk to your dentist about filling those spaces with implants, partial dentures or bridges.
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Like these Polish Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1LoEGIy Cześć! Looking to learn Polish? Polish, Q&S: Learn to Speak: http://amzn.to/1NnXyhG Polish, Basic: Learn to Speak and Understand Polish: http://amzn.to/1FXlOVd Polish For Dummies 1st Edition: http://amzn.to/1Omy3xn Berlitz Polish Phrase Book & Dictionary: http://amzn.to/1VEn0DZ Polish: 101 Common Phrases Kindle Edition : http://amzn.to/1VFnCUF Watch more How to Speak Polish videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515934-How-to-Say-No-in-Polish-Polish-Lessons How to say "No." So to simply just say no, you say nie. Nye, nie. Go ahead, try. Yeah, I know, that one was easy. To say, "I don't think so," you say, "Ja nie myślę." Ja nie myślę. So three words, the first to are easy. Ja nie myślę, so that last word is mysh-le, don't forget that little accent at the end, mysh-le. Ya nye mysh-le, So at full speed, it sounds like this, "Ja nie myślę." Go ahead, rock it out. That's great. Ja nie myślę. Now to say, "No way," you say, "W żaden sposób." W żaden sposób. It's actually three words, w żaden sposób. W żaden sposób. Let's try that slower one more time, v zsha-en spo-soup, the b almost sounds like a p, spo-soup. W żaden sposób. Go ahead, give it a try. Great. W żaden sposób. Those are just a few ways of saying no.
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Awesome Camera Gear: Canon PowerShot: http://amzn.to/1AcWPdL Portable Printer: http://amzn.to/1EVfbvq64 Gig Memory Card: http://amzn.to/1FrNKhk Canon EOS 7D: http://amzn.to/1PvfhoRSelfie Stick: http://amzn.to/1dhLLSC Hero Go Pro: http://amzn.to/1Ehu8Y1Droid Fish Eyes: http://amzn.to/1Ehu8Y1 Fuji Instant Camera: http://amzn.to/1cN5WGUBOSE Headphones: http://amzn.to/1JwPuHR Want to improve your Photography? Night and Low-Light Photography Photo Workshop: http://amzn.to/1j9aLh4 Portrait Studio 600W Day Light Umbrella Continuous Lighting Kit: http://amzn.to/1OYJP0X Photography: Complete Guide to Taking Digital Pictures: http://amzn.to/1PiX4sF Tony Northrup's DSLR Book: Create Stunning Digital Photography http://amzn.to/1FXngXC The Beginner's Photography Guide Paperback: http://amzn.to/1LiEChT Watch more How to Take Better Photos videos: http://bit.ly/1F0gt9x Let's talk about manually exposing our aperture as part of the exposure triangle. We know that there are three elements to exposing a photograph. ISO, aperture and shutter speed. Aperture is the opening of the lens. Its the hole. The smaller the number, the bigger the hole in the lens, the more light comes in from nearby. When we tighten that aperture, when we close it up with a bigger number; the hole being smaller, is drawing light in from further away, and we're missing out on some of this ambient light. The bigger the hole, the blurrier the background; is probably the easiest way to explain it. And that's where you get those beautiful bouquets or the beautiful blurry backgrounds in our photographs and in our portraits. When we make that hole nice and tight, and when we close it to bring that light in further away, we start getting this beautiful element of being able to actually see everything in our background. So its always going to depend really on, on what you want. Do you want the background in your shot or don't you want the background in your shot? What's more important, a tighter focus or a wider focus in your photograph? By using our aperture, in conjunction with our ISO and our shutter speed we can effectively manually expose our photograph
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Learn how to make an adorable cake or cupcake topper in the shape of a baby — perfect for a shower! — in this free video tutorial. Then check out the full video course "Cute Cake & Cupcake Toppers" on CakeMade.com. Brought to you by your friends at Howcast.
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Watch more How to Do Pole Dancing Exercises videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/509396-How-to-Do-a-Gabrielle-Valliere-Routine-Pole-Dancing In a basic pole routine, it's important to have a nice, balanced mix of spins, tricks, climbs and transitions. If you're creating your own routine, one thing you can do is freestyle to music that you like, relying on the skills that you already know. Perhaps even some of the skills you've seen in these videos and see what your body naturally does when you come out of these movements. So for example, starting with something nice and easy like a basic illusion, I would get three steps into it. Let's see what my body naturally does coming out of my illusion. I step, right-left, right-bowing away my nice half-moon shape that I create my X. Pivot-face the pole, left hand goes under the right. My left leg loops around. I don't even have to leave the floor for this to be impressive. I keep my right foot on the floor, pivoting on that right foot. I step down on my left foot. My right leg naturally wants to come up and then I know from here, I can add some artistry, and then perhaps going to Wendy Traskos' full turn, knuckle-roll, stepping out of it and go into what feels natural to you. For someone else if they go into an illusion, their body, their inclination may be to do something else. So freestyle and see what works for you. Step right, left, right, pole away X. Pivot, baseball grip, nice and high, shoulders down. Pivot on the ball of that right foot. Left foot loops around, I step down. I might want to step behind myself, pop my left foot, step out left and stroke my right leg. So do what your body naturally flows into doing next versus necessarily, forcing yourself to go into something that feels unnatural. Something else important when you're doing a basic pole routine, is to not just race up to the top of the pole and race to come down. Think about a pretty static pose you can do at the top of the pole, before you come down, such as a bow, an arch, body waves versus looking like you ran up there to hit a buzzer, like you're going to win a prize and coming straight down. Give me something at the top of the pole that makes it looks like you went up there for a reason. Same thing with floor work. Some of our spins take us to the floor. You don't want to just want to get down to the floor and race to come back up again. Even some of the things you do standing, you can do on the floor if you end up on the floor. So let's say I take something down to my knees. Even something as simple as a head roll, doing a little peekaboo open/close of my legs before I come up to standing, makes it look like there was an intent and purpose in going down to the floor, andd it ends up in a nice, cohesive routine that ends like more of a story versus some segmented moves just kind of clumped together.
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Watch more How to Use a Mac videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515923-How-to-Use-iBooks-on-Your-Mac-Mac-Basics Hi, Lisa here, and I'm going to show you iBooks on the Mac. So you'll find iBooks in your dock. When you click on it, the first time it will open up to a Get Started page. So you can click on that, and then it's going to take you to your library. Now right now I don't have anything in my library, so nothing's showing up. But you can go to the iBooks store with the button on the top left to see what books are for sale. So on here you'll find the Featured Books, the Top Charts, New York Time Bestsellers, Categories, and also Top Authors. So you can scroll through. You can find pretty much anything you want to find here, along with different popular collections. Now once you purchase something, it will go into your library which you can access again on the top left. Once you have it in your library, you can view by all of your books, collections, authors, categories, or in a list. Now once you've downloaded it into iBooks, you can actually read it on your computer as well. So let's take a look at downloading a sample. So underneath the picture of any book, you'll see the option to get a sample. So right now that's downloading into my library. Once it's there, you can double-click it to open it, and it will open up for you to read. You can proceed forward by pressing the forward arrow, or you can click on the button on the right hand side of the screen. And there you go. That's how you can use iBooks on your Mac.
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Learn how to make a bird's nest out of wafer paper — with a candy surprise inside! The step-by-step instructions are in this free video, brought to you by your friends at Howcast. To learn how to make a candy-filled pinata cake using wafer paper, check out cake artist Bronwen Weber's course "Pinata Party Cake" at CakeMade.com. http://bit.ly/1B4hYRE
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Considering Plastic Surgery? Check out these resources: The Smart Woman's Guide to Plastic Surgery: http://amzn.to/1GwD0vI Plastic Surgery Without the Surgery: The Miracle of Makeup: http://amzn.to/1JTbHf2 Navigate Your Beauty: Smart and Safe Plastic Surgery Solutions: http://amzn.to/1Om2u5n Essentials of Plastic Surgery: http://amzn.to/1RubNA2 Watch more Plastic Surgery Guide videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515682-Does-a-Tummy-Tuck-Remove-Stretch-Marks-Plastic-Surgery If you are wondering whether or not a tummy tuck or an abdominoplasty will get rid of stretch marks, the answer depends. The answer depends on the location and the extent of the stretch marks. Stretch marks occur in the skin after the skin is stretched. Commonly, that's either in the setting of a tummy tuck, because someone gained a large amount of weight or even more commonly, because a woman got pregnant and had a child. Depending on the location of the stretch marks, a tummy tuck will get rid of some, if not all, of the stretch marks. By preforming a tummy tuck, we remove a large amount of skin and fatty tissue from the lower part of the belly or the abdomen. If the location of the stretch marks is within the skin that is being removed, then the stretch marks will be removed. Commonly, the skin that's removed is from the level of the top part of the pubic hair line to a level just above the belly button. So, in general, stretch marks in that area will be removed. However, stretch marks higher up on the belly will not. So, the only good way to get rid of stretch marks is to surgically cut them out and we do this in a tummy tuck, but only in a limited area.
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Watch more How to Do Asian Makeup videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/504813-How-to-Pick-the-Right-Blush-Bronzer-Asian-Makeup Here are some tips and tricks to choosing a bronzer and/or a blush for Asian skin. They are two totally different products. They aren't the same thing. A bronzer is going to give you a little bit of warmth and dimension into your cheekbones, along your forehead, your jaw line, across your nose. And a blush is going to be just on the apples of your checks which is right in the front of your face. For bronzer, you can pick one that is matte, or you can pick one that has a little bit of shimmer. It's total personal preference. But you do want make sure that it's a little bit darker than your natural skin tone, otherwise it's not going to show up. For blush, because your skin tone tends to err on the yellow, I like to go to the other end of the spectrum and pick something that is sort of a blue pink or something that is a little more vibrant. You can even do a bright apricot. It just gives a little bit of contrast in what is normally sort of a monotone of color on the face. Then when you go ahead and pick your gloss, it's a nice way to, you know, compliment the two products so that it gives a nice cohesive look to your makeup. You can wear blush without bronzer. You can wear bronzer without blush and you can definitely wear bronzer and blush together. I know that this confuses a lot of people but the point is to just make the bronzer nice and subtle and make sure your cheeks are a nice pop of color. Don't be afraid of a bright color at the makeup counter.
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Like these Ab Workout Tutorials !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1NFBXvP Watch more Best Ab Workout for Women videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515848-4-Fastest-Ways-to-a-Flat-Stomach-Abs-Workout So what's the fastest way you can trim down your stomach? Number one, diet. Start drinking a ton of water and start counting your macro nutrients. Start paying attention to the proteins you're putting into your body, the carbohydrates, and the fats. You want to base your meals around protein and good fat. Number two, stop boozing, your little lushes, I know. Just cut it out, just for a little while. I'm not asking for a life changing event, unless you need it. I'm just saying, if you're looking for those washboard abs, there's no room to take in those extra calories that are just doing nothing for you. Cut out the alcohol, you can live. Number three, sleep. You've got to get your rest. So minimum six to seven hours, I would say. Make it a priority. Schedule it. Set an alarm to go to bed, I have to. Make it happen. Number four, you have to work out obviously. It's a given but everyone overlooks everything else. The combination of everything, doing everything will get you those washboard abs you're looking for. You need to work out, I would say, four to five weeks minimally with doing interval training, whether it be on the treadmill. You can do it on the bike, just make sure your heart rate is getting up so your at 85% max. So that's cardio. You want to be strength training, at least, three days a week. You want those abs? You've got to work for them.
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Watch more How to Make Beer At Home videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/492469-How-to-Bottle-Beer-Brewing Hi, my name is Chris Cuzme. I am a long-time member and current president of the New York City Home Brewer's Guild. I've been home brewing since about 2001, and I love it. I'm crazy addicted to it, and I'm happy to share it with you today. I'm also part of the New York City Degustation Advisory Team which I formed with my partner, Mary Izett, NYCDAT.com. I'll be showing you how to home brew today. Cheers! Bottling! So, at this point, your beer is done fermenting, and you're ready to get it in the bottles. How do we do that? Well, first we're going to need to excite the sugar, or excite the yeast that is left in suspension; the yeast that is not the yeast cake on the bottom, there's still enough of top to really get us the carbonation we want by final conditioning the bottles. To do this for a five gallon batch, we will take about three fourths of a cup of sugar—corn sugar. So, basically what we do here, is we want this to become into liquid form, we want this sugar in liquid form. We're going to take some water, about a cup and a half. We're going to boil it, to make sure that it's sterile and sanitized. Altough, now that there's alcohol in your beer, it's less volatile and less susceptible to bacteria. Soon after the boil, it's cooled down a little bit from the boil and I've turned off the heat because the last thing we want is burned sugar. Like we talked about earlier, when we added the malt extract to the boil, we don't want to have burners on because it runs the risk of burning that sugar on the bottom. Alright, so I'm taking our corn sugar, our diluted corn sugar, and I'm putting into our bottling bucket. So, now we're going to rack the beer off of the yeast cake, and we're going to use a siphon. This is a racking cane. Basically, on the bottom of this, there is a little spring, and it keeps it off the yeast cake, so that it's poured from above the yeast cake. Many people use an auto-siphon, I tend to use this racking cane, and I typically take a shot of vodka and do the old school method of siphoning. Now that we've excited our yeast, we're ready to bottle, so we're going to take from the bottling bucket, we're going to go out of the bottling bucket to our bottling spicket. This has, basically, a little lever at the bottom, where when you push at the bottom of the beer bottle, it will let liquid out, and then, by the time it fills up to the top of the bottle, the fact that this tube is in there, leaves just the perfect amount of head space. So, here at the bottling stage, we need a couple of things: bottles (sterilized and cleaned), bottle caps and a bottle capper, and of course, our bottling device. Pushing down the bottom lets the beer out, and I'll let it all the way to the top because the presence of this tube in the bottle will give us the perfect amount of head space. Voilà! This is sitting in start sand and water. Now, we wait.
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Watch more How to Do Asian Makeup videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/504814-How-to-Pick-a-Lip-Color-Asian-Makeup Choosing a lip color is one of the most daunting things I think a woman can go through at the makeup counter. The truth of the matter is there are hundreds and hundreds of shades and textures of lipsticks and lip glosses and even lip pencils. The bitter truth of the matter is it's kind of trial and error. If you like red lipstick, you have to try on a bunch of different red lipsticks to figure out which one looks best on you. If you want a pink one, you can try on different glosses, different lipsticks and kind of see which texture works, which one lasts the right amount of time. One fun tip to picking out something natural is to open up the bottom lip and look at the color that's inside your lip and match it to that. That will give you the most perfect natural pink that's going to match your coloring the best. I know it sounds crazy, but it actually kind of works. If you want to wear your lipstick and your gloss together, you absolutely can or you can wear lipstick alone or you can wear gloss alone. There are so many different combinations out there for you to try. Some people like sticky glosses. Some people like watery glosses. I know that I like a matte lipstick. I don't really like glossy lipsticks. It's really a personal preference and what you're comfortable in. I encourage you to go and try on as many as possible and see what you feel comfortable wearing.
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Watch more How to Take Care of Your Teeth videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/483400-How-to-Deal-with-Broken-Teeth-Tooth-Care Hi, my name is Dr. Shane Methal, here at Greene Street Dental in SoHo, New York. I've been in private practice both in Maryland and consequently back in New York for the last 17 years. My office website is www.greenestreetdental.com, that's green with an "e" at the end, and today I'm going to be talking about teeth and dentistry. This can be a complex answers to a complex problem. It depends on how the teeth are broken. Certainly, if an emergency has just occurred, it is important to talk to your dentist right away. and see what can be done. Broken teeth can include something as simple as small chips or fractures of edged or biting surfaces of the teeth all the way to teeth that have complete cracks through and through. The simple solutions are either smoothing the sharp edges or using tooth-colored bonding materials to reshape the teeth. Sometimes metal fillings are required. Depending on the nature of the break, something more full-covered, something called an on-layer-crown that fits over the whole tooth may be necessary. If you're in an extreme pain it is possible that the nerve of the tooth may be involved. If this is the case, before any filling can be done than a root canal procedure may be necessary to save the tooth. Once that's completed the tooth can be rebuild with some kind of filling and have a crown or a cape placed over top of it to hold it together and be aesthetic. Again, it really depends on where and how it's broken.
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Watch more How to Make Beer At Home videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/492470-What-Is-Mashing-Beer-Brewing Hi, my name is Chris Cuzme. I am a long-time member and current president of the New York City Home Brewer's Guild. I've been home brewing since about 2001, and I love it. I'm crazy addicted to it, and I'm happy to share it with you today. I'm also part of the New York City Degustation Advisory Team which I formed with my partner, Mary Izett, NYCDAT.com. I'll be showing you how to home brew today. Cheers! So this is the beginning of your brew day. You are either going to do an all grain batch, or you're doing an extract batch, or, or a partial mash. A partial mash is a combination of both all grain brewing and extract brewing. This is extract. This is liquid malt extract. This is dried malt extract. And this is the malt before it becomes malt extract. So this, these are our base malts. What defines the beer on top of this. This will give us a lot of fermentable sugars, and the base of the beer. What defines a beer is the percentage of which you use that in combination with specialty grains, specialty malts. These have all been kilned, and heated to different temperatures to get different flavors out of it. And this is what will make the beer we're making today a ground porter. We're gonna use some crystal malt. We're gonna use some brown malt, some chocolate malt, and just experiment and have fun. So with a partial mash, and partially, all grain partially extract, we are going to...Firsthand, we are going to take our specialty grains, which define the beer. We're gonna grind them up in the malt mill, such as this. And we are going to put them into a mesh bag like this. And we're gonna steep them for about half an hour, so that we can get all the sugars, and all the defining characteristics of these malts, and make our beer. And then, after that, we will end up adding our malt extract. Whether it's dry malt extract or liquid malt extract. So first, we have to grind our grist. Doing this does get very, very tiring. So what a lot of us homebrewers do, is we get a drill, and replace this handle with a drill. Now, what this mill does, it's just enough to crush these up, and expose the enzymes in the middle, so that we can extract the sugar. But it's not gonna be too fine, so as to get the extract bitterness. Here we have our specialty grains. We're gonna pour them into our mesh bag. In essence, making a teabag with which to steep at 154 degrees. Right now, this water is 152 degrees. We're going to basically steep these grains in here to create our beer. So now, it's been half an hour later. We have what we want our, we have our desired flavors from our specialty malts. And we're going to use malt extract to complete this, and get us the work that we need for our boil. So that's 2 cans of malt extract. It varies from recipe to recipe, so, whatever your recipe tells you, do that. Now what you don't want to do is you don't want to squeeze this mesh bag. If you squeeze it, much like a teabag, you're gonna get a lot of bitterness and astringent flavors that are just unwanted flavors. You don't need to, you've got enough of the good stuff, trust me.
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Watch more How to Use a Mac videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515924-How-to-Get-Word-Definitions-on-Your-Mac-Mac-Basics Hi, Lacey here, and I'm going to show you how to look up the definition of a word on your Mac. The first way, is if you already have a word in your head that you want to know the definition of, you can go to the spotlight in the top right hand corner and click on it and then type in any word to find the definition. Once it's in, the definition is going to be pretty far down the bottom of the list and you can hover over where it says look up, and it will show you the definition to the left of that. If you want to see more information, you can click on that and it will open up the dictionary. Now in here you can also use the thesaurus, you can look for that word on the apple website or on Wikipedia. Now if you're reading a page on the internet and you want to know what that word is, you can just find the word, take three fingers and you're going to tap. It will highlight the word in yellow, it will give you the dictionary, thesaurus, and Wikipedia for that word. And that's it, that's how you look up words on your Mac.
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Watch more How to Take Care of Your Teeth videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/483451-Affordable-Teeth-Whitening-Procedures-Tooth-Care Hi, my name is Dr. Shane Methal, here at Greene Street Dental in SoHo, New York. I've been in private practice both in Maryland and consequently back in New York for the last 17 years. My office website is www.greenestreetdental.com, that's green with an "e" at the end, and today I'm going to be talking about teeth and dentistry. Affordable teeth whitening procedures. They can include something as simple as an over the counter rinse, gel, or even a pen to something that involves a tray that fits on your teeth that you put bleaching gel into. The over-the-counter options tend to have a lower concentration of what a dentist would prescribe, but tend to be a safe, economical, and viable option for those seeking a slight improvement in their smile. Keep in mind over-the-counter products tend to remove external stain better than internal stain and will not affect any existing dental work. Other alternatives include something that a dentist would prescribe, also using a much more accurately custom-fitted tray, with a bleaching gel, and sometimes even using a light activated or laser bleaching system.
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Watch more How to Read Palms videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515225-How-to-Read-Palms-with-Ellen-Goldberg-Palm-Reading Hello, I'm Ellen Goldberg and welcome to The Language of the Palm. I'm your instructor in this series of videos on Palmistry. And Palmistry is my passion, and it has been, well, since I was in my late twenties. As soon as I was introduced to it, I knew that there was something fabulous about the hand. I had already started studying astrology and Tarot, but the hand became my favorite. I've been a teacher of Palmistry for, oh, close to 40 years now. I'm 68 years old and I was given my first teaching assignment at 29 years of age. I learned that you just can't say no when fate offers you these things. And so in some way I've been blessed to be both a student and a teacher of Palmistry for 40 years. I'm also a psychotherapist, an astrologer, and I am a card reader. Probably equally well known for my work in Tarot, as I am in Palmistry. But the palm is something special, because you always have it with you. You can talk to people, you need never have a boring conversation again, or have to make idle small talk at a party because the minute you look at a hand, you're talking about things of meaning with someone. So it turns all your interactions into something beautiful and meaningful. I love what the hand can do. I love learning new things, it has taken me around the world. And if you would learn this subject, it will take you around the world and make you friends around the world too. So I invite you to explore more. I'll always be happy to hear from you. I have a school, The School of Oracles, in which I train people to become professional Palmists, as well as professional card readers, if they so wish. I also teach at the New York Open Center, where almost every semester I give an evening class in Palmistry or in Tarot in the Western Mystery Tradition. Hope to see you at one of them.
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Watch more How to Make Beer At Home videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/492468-What-Is-Boiling-Beer-Brewing Hi, my name is Chris Cuzme. I am a long-time member and current president of the New York City Home Brewer's Guild. I've been home brewing since about 2001, and I love it. I'm crazy addicted to it, and I'm happy to share it with you today. I'm also part of the New York City Degustation Advisory Team which I formed with my partner, Mary Izett, NYCDAT.com. I'll be showing you how to home brew today. Cheers! Now we've gotten our wort to a nice rolling boil. Inside here is bubbling like mad, and protein is all coagulating and coming to the top. Most brewers only boil for 60 minutes, I tend to go on the 90 minutes side. What that means for me when I'm getting to the boil though, is also that I have to start with six and a half gallons instead of six gallons. About a gallon evaporates per hour. But if you are just doing a 60 minute batch, now or shortly after now would be when you put in your bittering hops. We've talked a little bit before about how hops come in three different forms. They come in whole leaf hops, they come in pellets; which are generally the most consistent, and they also come in hop plugs. Today we're just going to use pellets, and whole leaf. Pellets as bittering hop and pellets as a flavor, and then we are going to add a flame out. We're gonna throw in some whole leaf hops. So here we go, let the count down begin, 60 minutes from here. So 45 minutes have passed and we are gonna put in our flavor hops now. I just under an ounce of UK Ken Goldings. But also this time what I'm going to do is put in my method of cooling is to use a wort chiller. Now I've washed this, but by putting this in 15 minutes before the end of the boil or 45 minutes in, this will sanitize the wort chiller. And this way we don't risk any sort of contamination when we get to the end of the boil and when we start using it. But also at this time, we are gonna put in a little bit of Irish moss, about a table spoon of Irish moss. Now what this does is it helps for clarifying, it's a clarifying agent. It's really good for getting all the solids to kind of like settle at the bottom of your beer in the end. 60 Minutes have passed and we're ready to turn off our boil. Now is crunch time, this is the most dangerous part of our entire brew day. Now is the time in between our boil where everything is totally sanitized, and everything is totally; things are cranking , this is totally clean, nothing is wrong over here. Only thing we are scared of right now are these little floating crazy things that we can't even see but are everywhere, they're everywhere. Do not be fooled they're everywhere, they will kill your beer. Be scared, be very scared. Make this next part, make this cooling thing as fast as you can. So we are going to turn off our brew kettle, turn off the flame. We are going to take our final hop addition. This , this hop bag has been sterilized. We are going to dump our whole leaf hops in here. And this is flame out, this is going to give us the aroma, the bouquet of our beer. We get it in at the same time as we go into the cooling process. Thanks for joining me for the boil.
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Watch more How to Do Pole Dancing Exercises videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/509398-How-to-Do-an-Inside-Skater-Tandem-Trick-Pole-Dancing I'm going to talk today about a tandem pole trick for all you lonely polers out there that want somebody to pole dance with you and want somebody to experience the pole with you. This is going to be a fun way to start doing some tandem pole stuff. BrynLynn and I are going to demonstrate an inside skater spin. When you start this with two people, you both want to be on opposite sides of the pole with your hand high. The shorter person should have their hand slightly lower than the taller person, but your hands should pretty much be stacked on top of one another. When you go into your set, you want to make sure that you pull your body away from the pole, so that you don't end up kind of looking like you're making out around the pole, which there's nothing wrong with that. But it's not that kind of tutorial and then you want to have a strategic way to come out of the spin. So make sure that you, once you have gone into your set, reach your body away from the pole. You're going to hook your inside leg and taking your outside leg, swinging it around from the back to the front. Just be careful not to kick each other and then you will step out on your outside leg. We'll both be doing this spin on our right side, so we'll be hooking with our right leg, which will be our standing leg in our set and we'll be impulsing with our outside leg, which will be our left leg, which will be the leg that we land on. So enjoy.
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Watch more Australian Slang Translator videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515884-How-to-Swear-Australian-Slang How to swear in Australian. You could say you're an idiot, you're a wally. You're an idiot, you're a wally. Now you try. You could say you're stupid, you're a bloody unit. You're stupid, you're a bloody unit. Now you try. You might say oh shit, oh bugger. Oh shit, oh bugger. Now you try. And that's how you swear in Australian.
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Watch more How to Use a Mac videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515922-How-to-Make-and-Use-Notes-on-Your-Mac-Mac-Basics Hi, Lisa here. I'm gonna show you how to make and use notes. So, to open your notes you can find it in your [Inaudible 58:12] and then you can go to make a new note by pressing the plus button on the bottom left hand side. Now, once you are in here; you can just type normally. Now once you close this program. So, I can go to notes quit. Once it's closed; it saves anything you've written in those notes. So, when we go back to the program it's still there. And that's it. That's how you make and close program on your mac.
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