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Taxi Cab Confessions, Basketball, & Blunts: Fuck, That’s Delicious (Episode 7)

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How To Nose & Tail Press On A Snowboard (Regular)

How To Nose & Tail Press On A Snowboard (Regular)

Pressed Body position An athletic and relaxed body position will maximize your balance while riding. Flexed knees and ankles, back straight and head up, shoulders, hips and knees aligned with the direction of your board. When riding, our weight is normally positioned directly in the centre of our feet however the key to buttering is […]

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Boundary Catching | The 2000 Code of the Laws of Cricket with Stephen Fry

Boundary Catching | The 2000 Code of the Laws of Cricket with Stephen Fry

Boundary Catching In cricket a catch is considered to be fair, if the fielder is within the field of play and the ball hasn’t touched the ground before he catches it. The fielder must have complete control both over the ball and his own movement. Can a batsman be caught over the boundary? Well, this […]

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How to Quickly Peel, Seed and Cut a Butternut Squash / Cooking Tips & Tricks, Tutorial

How to peel and cut a butternut squash Using a very sharp chef’s knife Slowly cut each end without cutting too much into the flesh (be careful because the flesh is firm) Peel the squash with a vegetable peeler (like the one in the video) Cut just above the base (the round part that contains […]

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EXE to BAT | Easy & No Converter Needed!

Whats up YouTube! This is JoezCodes 101 back again with another video and for this video I’m going to show you how to convert, EXE to Batch! So you had a batch file and that batch file got deleted but you turned it into an EXE and you want to edit the file or get […]

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How To Spin Frontside 180’s, 360’s, 540’s & 720’s On A Snowboard (Regular)

Landing As you land any jump absorb impact by flexing with your hips, knees and ankles. The 2 important factors to landing any spin are learning where to spot your landing and using your edges to stop rotational momentum once you connect with the snow. A frontside 180 has an open landing which never leaves […]

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Wegmans Balsamic Roasted Delicata Squash

Wegmans Balsamic Roasted Delicata Squash

Winter squash is one of those seasonal vegetables that I really look forward to cooking with in the fall. You may be familiar with butternut or buttercup, some of those other varieties, but if you’ve ever tried delicata, this is really one of my favorites. Like all other winter squash, it’s a little hard to […]

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How To Boardslide To Fakie On A Snowboard

How To Boardslide To Fakie On A Snowboard

In the last tutorial we did a Boardslide coming back out forwards and discovered that that trick used counter rotation. With the upper body and lower body twisted against each other to make the trick happen. There’s another way of doing a Boardslide which is to come out Fakie or to come out switch, Boardslide […]

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Roasted Butternut Squash Seeds (9.6.12 – Day 25) Toasted Pumpkin, Winter Squash Seeds

Roasted Butternut Squash Seeds (9.6.12 – Day 25) Toasted Pumpkin, Winter Squash Seeds
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How To Get Over A Mental Block For Snowboarding

How To Get Over A Mental Block For Snowboarding

Having a mental block is tough and it happens to the best of us. A mental block in snowboarding is when our brain and body have trouble overcoming the performance of a trick causing us to freeze up mid feature or not try it at all. Knowing how to train your brain and being able […]

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