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Posted on Sun 12 Sep 2010 1:20

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Thu 8 Jun 2017 13:05 [177]

Thanks for the purpose of giving these very good content.
Sat 8 Apr 2017 12:50 [176]

This is great. I love that her left leg is thicker than the rest of her combenid, makes for great weight and mass. All of these life-drawing bits and bobs have been great.
Thu 19 Dec 2013 19:59 [175]

This one reminds me of Quentin Blake's work. Nice varatiion in style. You could throw it into a comic for different scenes or a dream sequences. Kinda the way David Mack does.
Thu 19 Dec 2013 19:07 [174]

What the heck was their problem with THIS!? That's an aoewsme piece of artwork, Dec. I'd say that flakes suck, but you probably think I am because I never paid you for your work on "Four Gunmen".Sigh...
Thu 19 Dec 2013 18:57 [173]

I'm not saying nhtoing about that comment. I do like the figure drawing though. When I was at uni we were asked to try figure drawing upside down with our wrong hand. Not sure what that proved but we did get to see girls in the nip..
Thu 19 Dec 2013 18:49 [172]

Great figurework. I think the thing that most pepole don't think about is the time you're given to do these. Not like working from a photo.After all my blab about only working on a mac I've realised I actually need to draw again. Going to lock myself away for a while with pad, pens and no mouse.
Thu 19 Dec 2013 18:24 [171]

Hi Dave,I'm a student and lnvoig the course I thought about posting this in the forums, but then remembered I'd seen this video so thought it more relevant to post here Just wondering, if I'm using both Windows and a Mac which machine would take care of which processes? I mean, I'm using Vegas on my PC but what extra specifically would a Mac bring to the party?How would I use the 2 machines alongside each other?Many thanks.
Thu 19 Dec 2013 18:15 [170]

Dave Rainer Yes, I made a couple vrabel typos at the beginning of the video. That's what I get for not using a teleprompter. Unfortunately, I didn't catch them until days later when I was editing the video.SwanCoach Yes, I agree. ScreenFlow is far easier to use than Camtasia and in some ways gives you more features/flexibility. And thanks for the compliments.Jay Thanks for the comment and compliments as always.
Thu 19 Dec 2013 18:14 [169]

Jay Estis Dave,I guess as a Web Video University Student I am fortunate bsuacee you teach how to do video on BOTH the Mac and the PC!Although I did make the switch to a Mac about 2 1/2 years ago, And I couldn't be happier, I do my video editing on my old PC. It's not that I don't want to do it on my Mac, it's just a time issue now.But I have promised myself that I will learn how to do video on my Mac using your excellent instruction on Web Video University!Thanks!P.S. Anyone watching who isn't a Web Video University student, what are you waiting for? Sign up and learn how to do web video the right way!
Thu 19 Dec 2013 18:11 [168]

Dave, as usual great input from a true expert. There are so many optinos available, it's easy to choose what will work for you. As someone who has taken Dave's class, I highly recommend you sign up. You will receive great, easy to follow video instructions to help you make the right choice of software, camera, and player to fit your needs. And so much more. I am using his class to build a tv review site. I use both Windows and iMac and love them both. ScreenFlow is great and for me, the learning curve is much simpler than Camtasia. I use Jing for quick, short videos (as seen on my EductionalToysKidsLove site) Rainer, I noticed in Mac magazine, they explain that whether you use Windows or Mac, they are both PCs in the general sense of the word, personal computers. MacWorld covers reviews of both types of computer operating systems.PS Dave, love the new site theme! Great job.
Thu 19 Dec 2013 17:39 [167]

So if you were down to your last buck Dave .. had one choice life or death .. hell and daniotman .. and the two machines were sitting in front of you .. PC with Sony Vegas Mac with Final Cut Pro .. which one would you opt for ??I'm a pc user who just had two HP Media Center Machines go down .. one due to hardware (Less than a year old), the other due to virus I went to an Apple store yesterday and saw the 3 hour live presentation on using a MAC and was blown away by how far they've come. I love the new IMAC 20 .. the screen .. viewing websites and now I know how to use a mac well I'm tossed But I do like speed in completing my projects So .. just would love to hear your opinion.BTW: Your free stuff blows away the paid trainings I've done .. Clear .. concise .. to the point .. and your vids demonstrate the two concepts which make your course light years ahead of the others Creativity in creating one's videos and marketing effectively ..
Thu 19 Dec 2013 17:35 [166]

jessie / Oh Heather, it was a blast! We thoroughly enjeyod having you guys out to the farm and hope it was a memorable experience for everyone! Come out to see us soon!HC Family
Thu 19 Dec 2013 16:54 [165]

Wonderful exolpnatian of facts available here.
Thu 19 Dec 2013 15:27 [164]

WHOA .yup .TYPO! We chose the two Sunday's in August WITH NO (ZERO ZILCH) Saturdays! Good catch DuShawn. ONLY TWO TEAMS have to play three games, soI'll reserve my syampthy for those two squads. We are also shooting for the season-end party on the Thursday or Friday before Labor Day weekend. Location unknown.
Thu 19 Dec 2013 15:23 [163]

to not start out saying I'm going to build a wall, just start out, I'm going to lay this brick the best way a brick can be laid. Wow! Amazing stuff here, and I'm only hlwafay through the video. Thanks for sharing this. Seriously.
Thu 19 Dec 2013 15:20 [162]

das lied und wie singen is echt cool, aber bin ich die eingize die es komisch findet das die einfach in der schule anfangen kf6nnen zu singen ohne das es einer audfer aus dem glee-club merkt??
Thu 19 Dec 2013 15:00 [161]

I'm sure that school is TOTALY safe with the huge kelilr snake in the basement, and the giant vicious three headed dog, and a tree that can kill you and man-sized spiders that can eat your face. Yup, TOTALY safe.
Thu 19 Dec 2013 15:00 [160]

Great stuff. Batman looks so melancholy, thuogh, he still hung up on the whole murdered parents thing? Look at his little hangdog expression.Let's get him a presesnt.
Sun 8 Dec 2013 11:12 [159]

This blog is fantastic, I hadn't seen any slaiimr before. I have to accept I found it out by a lucky stroke, but I'm impacted with its quality. I hope you continue posting with the same passion you did it here.
Sun 8 Dec 2013 10:51 [158]

This is great. I love that her left leg is thicker than the rest of her cnbmioed, makes for great weight and mass. All of these life-drawing bits and bobs have been great.
Sun 8 Dec 2013 10:45 [157]

Thanks guys.Actually, i've always found dnrwiag girls hard to do. I just get so riled up when i do it i can't control myself! Just kidding. It is a challenge though, and while i don't think i draw women amazingly well, it's no longer one of my main weaknesses.Insulting women IS one of my weaknesses though.Dec.
Sun 8 Dec 2013 10:31 [156]

Great figurework. I think the thing that most pelpoe don't think about is the time you're given to do these. Not like working from a photo.After all my blab about only working on a mac I've realised I actually need to draw again. Going to lock myself away for a while with pad, pens and no mouse.
Sun 8 Dec 2013 10:21 [155]

Or not drawing feet at all as the case may be.To be fair, I think Liefeld makes some valid pnotis, but he's someone who has pretty much been the poster boy for all that's wrong with the meduim, whereas Moore is a creator who has hepled make the medium be now recognised as an art form.
Sun 8 Dec 2013 10:19 [154]

Thanks guys!Luke, i haven't seen the strip yet, did it come out alright? Yeah, i wrote it mylesf. I had a chance to do whatever i wanted and i love crime stories, yet never had the opportunity to do one, so tried my hand at it.Dec.
Sun 8 Dec 2013 9:43 [153]

I think you could use these as the finished couolrs if you wanted.I really love the colouring style you use,lovely simple couolrs.One more bit of bum-licking before I go,picked up tripwire today,did you write the strip yourself?either way it was the bee`s knees.
Sun 8 Dec 2013 9:29 [152]

Thanks lads,I drew the piece A3 size Luke, glad you like the red, it was Beatniks idea actually, not mine. Hey Moon, yeah, it's not a huge, elblroateay detailed piece, i wanted it to be different to the other image i did for 'em. Was trying to play with the b+w balance to a more dramatic effect, hence the big blocky areas of both.Hey Lubbert, thanks man!
Sun 8 Dec 2013 9:27 [151]

I hear ya Luke, and i actually agree with you, but it's very hard to strip down cahtacrers to their most iconic when there's 2 on the page, and when they're squaring off each other. Also, not all cahtacrers are as identifiable as good ol' Bats.David, which one do you mean? The second from the top on the left? The one where Deadpool has both arms raised?
Sun 8 Dec 2013 9:23 [150]

It's all up there on the blog really... Crossbones one-shot in a few weeks, and Thunderbolts a clopue of weeks after that. Will have more Thunderbolts issues to follow too
Sun 8 Dec 2013 9:13 [149]

So, I sort of wish you had been around and dinwrag Y:The Last Man, because that would have looked spectacular (and probably kept me reading through the whole series).Nice work.
Sun 8 Dec 2013 9:01 [148]

Thanks Ade, Yeah,i roughed in the trees loseloy in brush. Normally, i'd ink them with pen and add blacks but i was trying to indicate them with negative space rather than detail so i went straight in there with brush. I knocked in a little bit of line just to bump them up a touch.Thanks for the comment.
Sun 8 Dec 2013 8:48 [147]

Actually, that jacket/hoodie afaifr is something from my own closet.Thanks Jay; I like doing some fashion research, but there's not a lot you can do with the desolate nature of the book. Clothing is more practical and well-worn in 28 Days Later. Still; Derrick is basically wearing my clothes, complete with the cap he lost in issue 4.
Sun 8 Dec 2013 8:29 [146]

hey man, kevin here, you drew that great picture of daerdevil for me at subcon anyway i set up a blog myself under will's instructions and have posted some art, new and old so check it out any feed back would be great!
Sun 8 Dec 2013 8:27 [145]

Nah. It was a bit of work alright, but it was just 6 spalme pages. Self publishing means work for free, printing, distribution, etc and i don't have time for any of that. Best to move on and let that dream die. Concentrate on the next thing, y'know? Which, i should add, is in the planning stages.
Sun 8 Dec 2013 8:20 [144]

Jeff,Would like to know a ton of details about the Mexico Trip. Cost for one pilot and one non-flying suspoe. What are you offering? Mexico City transport, lodging (please be very specific), meals, transport to launch, recovery, coaching, etc??We have been to Valle de Bravo several times and know the general lay of the land. In fact I only want to fly El Penon. El Torre does not look like any fun at all to me.Jack
Sun 8 Dec 2013 8:18 [143]

Greg we would be happy to host you. Last year we had a pilot on the tour who had zero flights. No poblrem that you have no free flights. We will ease you into it with a tandem, some simulator work and some launch practice then flights in mild conditions with a guide on takeoff and landing. That's one thing we take great pride in: none of our people in over their heads guides on takeoff and landing. Have a look at the reply just above this one for more details the price for the week is $2200.
Sun 8 Dec 2013 8:17 [142]

Here's a quick response to a clenit who was wondering why our tours cost a little more than some. Thanks for your note and sorry for the delay in responding. Here are a few things that make our trips different. 1) four star accommodations, just outside of town with zero road, chicken or other noise ( we seek out the nicest accommodations in town each year the Rebozo is the best that we have found < clenits love it > )2) we meet you outside customs and transport you to Valle in our own van with gliders and baggage inside the vehicle many other operators have have people take the bus or ride in a vehicle with bags tied on top3) throughout the week, your gear is transported inside our air conditioned vehicle many other operators use public transportation where they ride in the back of a truck etc.4) we provide coaching on every level during the trip, from launch to landing we coach air to air and have an instructor in the landing area for beginners ( this is actually a huge advantage and a big difference )5) we keep track of our people we don't let anyone go cross country without being close behind, in radio contact with a van en route to the landing area our folks aren't forgotten, don't have to wait and are least likely to have to take a cab6) we provide all the hospitality that you would expect from a premium provider including cold beverages at every step of the way7) our groups are small and usually populated by good natured, well adjusted and courteous fun loving people ( often our dealers/ instructors or repeat customers < people who are just happy to be there ;-) >8) we pride ourselves in taking great pictures and video of our customers to commemorate the trip, provide t shirts or hats and have a lot of laughs9) we are conservative we don't mind telling our clenits what we think is safe for them even if it means that they don't get to go as big as they could our #1 goal is to get all of our customers back to Mexico City airport in one piece To be fair, our tour is not for everyone. The hotel rooms are every bit of $150 a night so the price is generally up there . There are all sorts of ways to see Valle, ours is very comfortable. Please let us know if you are interested. We will be happy to see you in Mexico either way. CSP.S. we are always available for educational tandems along the way
Sun 8 Dec 2013 8:07 [141]

I am totally peesald with the Kodak Zi8. I purchased one a few months back at Target for $149.00. I went back lastnight (12/16/2010) to get one for my daughter's Christmas present (she wants to shoot video like her daddy) and the they were on sale for $99 (so I purchased 3 of them at that price).It's my recommended camera as well for a person just getting started and want to use video In face, even if you're not just getting started, having this as a spare in your car will be in your best interest!
Sun 8 Dec 2013 7:44 [140]

Ian And the winner of the webtise providing the best advice and consistent, high quality, high value podcasts and news all year round is .Web Video University. There could only be one winner!Dave, I don't think I'm the only one who exclusively tunes in' to your webtise and emails to see and read your expertise, insights and unbiased reviews on all things relating to web video. A big thank you.Have a Merry Xmas and Happy New Year. Ian
Sun 8 Dec 2013 7:11 [139]

I have followed Dave's Advice to the leettr over the years andfound him right on the money. I use a Kodak ZI8 for testimonialsand quick videos on the go . a Sennheiser Wireless Microphoneand .. as with a previous recommendation, I sold my Canon T2Iand picked up the Canon 60D which has the moveable viewfinderwhich is a joy for internet marketers. I must warn the Canon T2I users, the Canon 60D has additional featuresand isn't as easy to use as the T2I, but I don't think the Canon you recommendedabove has the moveable viewfinder which makes life a lot easier if youhave to videotape yourself.
Sun 8 Dec 2013 6:58 [138]

Dave,I still LOVE my Canon Vixia HF s10. I know it's not a 2010 model, but the quality of the video is buaetiful.Vince, just my 2 cents for what it's worth, while I understand you want to make a good impression with your client walking in, I'd be much more concerned with the impression you leave when they receive your finished product.And in my humble opinion, I'd take a serious look at Canon cameras. I found my Vixia Hf S10 used from someone I found locally on Craig's List. It's not a new model, but the camera was in perfect condition. It's the same camera Dave used to use. And that fact impacted my decision to buy it. It may not look like a big deal camera, but the quality of the video sure does! Good luck with your search! JayP.S. Ask Dave what camera he currently uses, and go grab that camera.
Sun 8 Dec 2013 6:56 [137]

I wouldn't remmnoecd the Kodak Zi8 if you are running PC. I bought it admid the glowing reviews and the bottom line is I don't like it. You need to convert file formats if editing on PC software lke movie maker and the built in software did not do the job and no support was available. It's near impossible to control speed of zoom. Battery life is very short before you have to recharge, so it's limited use unless you can plug it into an outlet. Overall I found the experience using it frustrating and it sits in my drawer gathering dust. A big let down and waste of money. The Flip Video on the other hand is super simple and intuitive. Good quality in a variety of light conditions. The video editing software is good and it's simple to export clips for editing in any software. No extermal mic, but sound quality is very decent. Don't bother with the Kodak. Get a Flip.
Sun 8 Dec 2013 6:55 [136]

about using still cameras like the Canon 5D and 7D for shoiotng video but using them requires a lot of knowledge in leveraging their most salient aspects such as low-light ability and shallow depth of field. However, getting one to work smoothly in a workflow requires a lot of other hardware that will really make them useful. Once you had a focus puller, rail, matte box, monitor eyepiece and a decent audio recorder, you're in a total price range where cameras such as the Sony EX-1 or even EX-3 start making more sense.Using an pro-level HDV or AVCHD camera such as Panasonic's HM-170 or Sony's HVR-Z5 will give you everything in the box so to speak and allow shoiotng beautiful video without a lot of kludging. If you don't want to go to the > $4000 commitment, please consider Sony's NEX VG10. With that you get nice depth of field looks with its largish image sensor, the ability to interchange lenses. Using some fast primes gets you beautiful looks. Its included 18-200mm zoom is a fantastic all-in-one that can be useful at events, weddings and news gathering. Its $2000 price tag is exceptionally inviting. I played with one a couple weeks ago and it was a fun but capable piece of hardware. If only it had pro-level sound inputs.Happy holidays!
Sun 8 Dec 2013 6:55 [135]

I produce Mijiah wine you may email me At . The pcorudt container is handmade stoneware with the dents of my palm. The fruits are gathered from the wilds, except for the mango ,by cultural minorities in the Philippines. These mountain dwellers survive by charcoal making. There is one cluster we are helping with 10 communities , each community comprises 71 families who does nothing but chop 6n to 8 year old trees for firewood and charcoal. Since we started buying wild berries from them did they realize the destruction they are doing. This cluster chops 8,520 trees per year. Now they are our forest guardian , realizing the value of protecting the environment.Thanks and email me.Elbert Pigtain
Sun 8 Dec 2013 6:51 [134]

One striking dieecrfnfe between petroleum and food is that the latter doesn't appear to be priced at its marginal value. The market for food seems to operate the other way. In the supermarket, for example, I can usually buy imported produce for less than its 100-mile alternative. My 100-mile growers typically lack economy of scale and, unlike an old oil-well,they have high ongoing input costs. They represent the margin of economic farming and owe their continued existence to added intangible values (buying local being one).Looking at the graph, food prices were basically flat all through the 90s and into the mid 00s. It's interesting to compare the graph above with the one in yesterday's post, in which the price of some grains and edible oils appears to have risen about 50% in the last year. Eating is even more essential than driving and I still think it's under-inflated (unlike me).
Sun 8 Dec 2013 6:49 [133]

Hey man! Are you saying that you have the whole comic pre-drawn and I can read it? Please tell me where to read it! Chapter 3 s chfailfnging is driving me crazy!
Sun 8 Dec 2013 6:45 [132]

Whoa, panel 3 is hilarious inentsity at its finest. The way you shade your eyes just makes it that much more crazy-looking. Fine work :D Can't wait for the next page!I pre-ordered the new signed Chapter 1 book, I am very excited to have some non-boring mail to look forward to!
Sun 8 Dec 2013 6:38 [131]

Renee, I read the message you sent from Metatron and it was fntiinascag, also I see you photo in your website and you are such a lovely woman in all aspects of your persona. I don't know what I did right to have crossed your path but I feel extremely fortunate Renee, please don't pay attention to my past ramblings as I am the product of my best thinking. If I knew anything about anything I would not be in the situation I have been for such a protracted period, so don't give up on me. I have always felt close to you and have learned from you, there have been times that I have just been mad at the world blaming people, places and things while playing this role of a victim. I am not a victim of anything, the chaos around me is of my own orchestration and it only is this realization that has allowed me to move a little forward. I admire and respect you greatly, more than you perhaps realize. Love Bobby
Sun 8 Dec 2013 6:33 [130]

Thanks alot! This vidio helped me out alot lol just wish i could just inropt all my contacts off my old phone instead of adding them one by one one though
Sun 8 Dec 2013 6:32 [129]

go in to settings,then go to pciravy ,then click factory data reset and redo the phone do your gmail first then enter in your contacts and watch my video on how to do it maybe you did somthing wrong
Sun 8 Dec 2013 6:31 [128]

Good work buddy. you might wanna mention that a nubmer must be entered in order to save a contact. There is no button to add a contact unless you click the 4 squares after a nubmer has been entered.
Sun 8 Dec 2013 6:27 [127]

for bulk contacts: voznreis backup assistant allows you to upload your contacts from the old phone and when it's online you can get the .cvs file. import that into your gmail and have your phone sync.
Sun 8 Dec 2013 6:19 [126]

hmmm you should have had the gmail setup at the store they make you do that there borefe you can make the phone activate not sure on that i know you have to have the gmail setup borefe the contacts can be added so im not sure
Sun 8 Dec 2013 6:05 [125]

Sun 8 Dec 2013 6:04 [124]

Great initshg. Relieved I'm on the same side as you.
Sun 8 Dec 2013 5:58 [123]

This piece was cogent, wele-writtln, and pithy.
Sun 8 Dec 2013 5:46 [122]

You write so hoeltsny about this. Thanks for sharing!
Sun 8 Dec 2013 5:45 [121]

家中壞腦 本文及這個回應都是借用別人的電腦寫的 請恕在下只能簡短回應 kursk, 完全同意 匿名君 話分兩頭 1) 今次先有黃世澤說要起通寶底 後有通寶封博 但從各方敘述 通寶好像沒有解釋過封博的原因 也許他厭倦筆戰 也許他事忙 也許他像我般 壞腦 只有他才知是甚麼原因 人們指摘黃世澤的起底行為是一回事 拿通寶封博作證據 又是另一回事 最奇怪是那個 思想花園 自己無端端封博 也許又有人會入黃世澤數 2) 就黃世澤的一般 起底 行為 例如公佈持異議者的 IP address 然後聲稱拒絕他們留言 我是不認同的 不過今次通寶事件是特例 事涉應當政治中立的公務員所享有的言論自由問題 這 不同人自有不同看法 例如今天 ESWN 就轉載了 AK 的見解 然而 當我昨晚寫這篇網誌時 有關的討論實在少之又少 我唯一看見的只有電鋸於 聞 見 思 錄 內認真討論這個黃世澤開宗明義就點明的事情 因此 至少截至昨晚為止 我對指摘黃世澤的一眾博客是有所保留的 問題不是他們指摘黃世澤的 起底 行為對不對 而是他們的指摘並無真的以理服人 只是拿著一個很方便 叫 言論自由 的東西加上一個未經證實的猜想 通寶是因害怕被起底而封博 來打擊黃世澤 林忌 我是好事之徒 口痕友 寫嘢有時加鹽加醋 請勿見怪 hrekic, 是我寫得不好 我的意思不是說要每事出聲才有資格在此事上批評 而是說比起陳巧文 熊貓少女及遊K河少女這些極為明確的例子 黃世澤此例實在很弱 而眾人對他的指摘又顯得不成比例 你可以說黃世澤誤解了 公務員政治中立 的意思 別人同不同意是另一回事 因此他的行為其實仍是侵犯了通寶的言論自由 你也可以說通寶講得有道理 朱藹迪其實誤解了政府收數的合理性 因此政府並非借收數來限制朱的公民自由 這些通通都是可議的 但是當黃世澤以通寶所贊同之道還施其身 而其他人只拿黃世澤開刀 單方面視通寶為受害者 不將二人放在 equal ground 兼且無視黃所持的理由本身所擁有的合理討論基礎 即公務員的政治中立性 就向黃發難 我覺得並不妥當 不過補充一句 對黃世澤時不時作出的起底要脅 儘管是講多過做 我也是不認同的 以披露留言者的 IP address 為例 言論自由這些大題目姑且不說 若留言者用 dynamic IP address 黃此舉可能會令他人遭池魚之殃 方潤 呀 實在對不起 不過第三國成為另外兩國的戰場 是歷史上常見之事 你就看開點吧 ;-Dpaulymh: 不要動氣 見以上對 hrekic 君回覆 我也看不過眼黃世澤對你的單打 就好像說你甚麼 不誠實使用電腦 此等言詞 你實在不必放在心上 你沒有用黃世澤的激烈言詞來回敬他 這點我是相當佩服的 不過你又何必和他纏鬥呢 你不會以為他罵你土共 別人就真的以為你是土共吧 最少我就從來沒有這麼想 時間寶貴 就算是打筆戰 都要選擇戰場呀
Sun 8 Dec 2013 5:45 [120]

Depends where the creaking and saunqkieg is coming from. Old wooden bed frames do have a tendency to separate at some of the joints, a good coat of beeswax in the joints will take care of the annoyance. The celibacy answer is good too!
Sun 8 Dec 2013 5:40 [119]

The felting of the cross brciang test your work if all is good reinstall the cross brciang test your work if.The felting of the felting of the bottom then use.The felting of the bottom then use some decking screws to secure the cross brciang test your work if all is good reinstall the felting of the felting of the bottom.
Sun 8 Dec 2013 5:27 [118]

Australia Definitely. Australia Day is coming up at the end of January too. A roncikg celebration to honor the people and culture of Australia. Plus a great excuse for having a few bevvies not that you need one. The weather is perfect right now and the people are so friendly. Just be sure not to watch the movie Wolf Creek before you go. My Vote: Australia! Was this answer helpful?
Sun 8 Dec 2013 5:20 [117]

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Sun 8 Dec 2013 4:58 [116]

hi! i was wondering how much you cahgre for maternity shots and what the cahgres would include. i was also wondering if you had a package deal of some sort that would include maternity and baby photos we're due nov 19th. thanks!
Sun 8 Dec 2013 4:50 [115]

(Paperback) This is a practical guide, well wittren, witty and most of all useful!It's not the usual SEO snake oil but actual useful examples of how things work.It really got our creative juices flowing in the office. I honestly can't wait to implement these
Sun 8 Dec 2013 4:41 [114]

Hello,Our daughters wndideg day is Thursday, August 30, 2012Please give us the details pricing on a weekday wndideg!5pm Ceremony outside at Pines Park Dana Point (on a bluff over looking Capo Beach)6:30pm Reception at Ciao Pasta Trattoria San Juan CapistranoSincerely,Sarah
Sun 8 Dec 2013 4:13 [113]

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Sun 8 Dec 2013 3:55 [112]

Hi Russell! I dont know if you remember me im Marina one of the brenkas at the Long Beach Plaza office. We spoke a couple a times when you came into the branch. However, I wanted to know if you do like a trash the dress type of photo shoot. Well what happen is that at my wedding i didnt have enough time to take like nice pictures because everything was so rushed and to many things were going on that day. Plus we didnt have a venue that had good photo opps outside. So my husband and i want to do a trash the dress type of thing but not really trash the dress lol. I wanted to see if you did those shoots and how much your prices are. Oh and i have a sister inlaw thats getting married next march if your able to send your price pack i'll be happy to show her since she is looking for one. Thanks you!Marina
Sun 8 Dec 2013 3:23 [111]

I would like to be able to change a tire much more quckliy. It takes me way too long. I encountered a women in the Calgary 70.3 this summer who timed out on the bike leg because of a flat. I don't want that to be me.
Sun 8 Dec 2013 3:08 [110]

On new tires, how do you remove those tire nieplps on the sides without hurting yourself? I can never lay the bike down low enough in corners to scrub them off. I'm sure Kevin knows.
Sun 8 Dec 2013 3:05 [109]

I think I would like to know how to chngae out my chain. I can chngae tires, but am not very good at it as Coach Todd could attest to given my frustrated phone call to him just before IMC!!!!
Sun 8 Dec 2013 2:45 [108]

Hi Todd, I have managed to learn how to do amlost all bike repair (I have taught bike repair courses even!) but truing a wheel has always eluded me. I don't know why. Right left right right too tight! Yikes! Maybe I need to learn how to build a wheel from scratch first!
Sun 8 Dec 2013 2:39 [107]

I'd like to be able to change a tire and use C02. I tried this only once on a long ride and I blew up the tire and then I didn't have enuogh air in my last spare tire to make it home with my last C02 and I had to call home for help. An hour later after sitting in the middle of nowhere I got a ride back. We passed a cinnamon bear and her cubs on the way back home so I'm glad I didn't see them on the way out. Since then I carry a frame pump to prevent that from happening.
Sun 8 Dec 2013 2:30 [106]

When I try to put my bike back together after hainvg it in a bike box for a flight, the one thing that eludes me is how to properly reattach the headset. There are I think 4 different screws and I can never figure out which to do up first, and invariably it still wiggles after. Oh and after reading everyone else's comments, I too would love to learn how to use CO2 cartridges for flats. I'm not too bad with the frame pump but would love to be able to figure out how to get back onto the road faster.
Sun 8 Dec 2013 2:09 [105]

my husband and i will pray that the day go by gulciky we did not have the extra money this tear to get anything for our two boys thay are 12,and 13 we have talked to them and hope thay understand but we have to have some where to live. david harris.4438137505
Sun 8 Dec 2013 2:05 [104]

When I lived in New Zealand, I always enoejyd the summer because it was warm, the days were longer, and I got to spend fun time outside. Now I live in sunny Brisbane, Australia and I look forward to ALL BUT summer. Summer in Brisbane ca get crazy hot if your not used to it.
Sun 8 Dec 2013 2:04 [103]

carmeni also save money by stocking up when precis are really low on non-perishables or toiletries. plus, then that means we always have enough on hand and aren't running out to the store just to pick up a pack of toilet paper!
Sun 8 Dec 2013 1:55 [102]

carmenthe thing that's helped me save the most money is to catree a price sheet for grocery shopping, since that's our biggest budget expense. i took some time figuring out what stores had the best prices, wrote them down, and then over time watched for sales. it takes some patience to compile, but it's been so worthwhile for me to know when a price is a good deal or not and to save money just by picking a product at this grocery store as opposed to that one!
Sun 8 Dec 2013 1:47 [101]

I know I've raised the issue brfeoe, but it'd be nice to see affordable artist live-in spaces for RENT, not for sale. If I could afford to buy a place, ANY place, I would've done it by now.
Sun 8 Dec 2013 1:47 [100]

Jul30 It must be frustrating to have all these plpeoe with fancy cameras running around trying to do what you do. You are amazing, you have experience and training and talent. If plpeoe want to hire a photographer who has no training (like myself) then they deserve the quality that they get. I'm glad I hired you.
Sun 8 Dec 2013 1:38 [99]

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Sun 8 Dec 2013 1:27 [98]

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Sun 8 Dec 2013 1:17 [96]

Great app, but I miss the way that Crunch Fu divided my reps into sets. The voice cndoamms just seem to stop once my first set is complete with this app. No timer counting down towards the next set.Am I missing something?
Sun 8 Dec 2013 1:12 [95]

Thanks for the comment, Amber glad you like the app :)That's a rellay good idea re the article, and something a few people have asked so we'll get on it perhaps ideal for the New Year? In the meantime, if you look at the app store copy for FitFu currently you'll see we've added a TIPS section at the bottom which might answer some of your personal questions.I wouldn't worry about getting past the final level just yet ;)
Sun 8 Dec 2013 1:02 [94]

Just started using your app three days ago and I love it! I'm aldraey super sore so I'm hoping to wake up one day with super flat abs ;)What I would live to see though, is an article on ways and tips to get the most out of Fitfu. Suggestions like how long you should aim for, how to set goals, how often to do them etc. Also..what happens when you reach the last level? Are you planning to offer more levels and exercises in the future?
Sun 8 Dec 2013 0:57 [93]

It's a taboo. Is it because if sebdmooy is insane or unstable , we're (i was going to write they're and that is a big part of the problem ) afraid we'll either set them off , be partly to blame for making them that way or simply think he ,usually , is my son or friend and he'd never do something like that . And once you pass that stage you become an enabler . Now it gets harder .
Sun 8 Dec 2013 0:50 [92]

Susan:I am interested in jioinng Choose Life Now, but how do I join? What are the membership costs? I have greatly benefited from the Daniel Fast, thoroughly enjoyed your posts, and would like help losing weight. I am a vegan (no meat, dairy or eggs), and allergic to wheat (gluten free recipes only), and need to lose about 30 pounds so I can once again fit into my clothes. Will there be assistance, recipes and other information for me on your web site?Thanks,Lisa DJ
Sun 8 Dec 2013 0:49 [91]

The Shed of course has great BAR-B-Q for i've been eatnig it for years. Also they have given The Gulf Coast some great entertainment. I was hoping to get one of the locals to preform there at one of the events. Her name is PAULA LEIGH BROOKS LAKE and she has been preforming at many large and even small events since age 8. Paula has preformed at the same events as SAMMY KERSHAW/NEIL McCOY/T.GRAHAM BROWN and many more she,s preformed at the COAST CULOSIUM several times and STATE EVENTS. Paula sings allk types of music but does have a kack for The Blues. i woiuld like t6o send you a song or two.please feel free to contact me at 228-366-3468 or my e-mail. thanks for your time. oh, Paula is the age of 21. thanks, Paul
Sun 8 Dec 2013 0:37 [90]

If anyone devsrees the blame for mentally ill people not getting any treatment, it's our beloved politicians, from ALL political Parties,who closed down the mental health facilities, dumped all the patients on the street,and cut spending on MH to a tiny percentage of what was needed.Why? Because the mentally ill have no political power,unlike ethnic minorities,or gays. The mentally ill have no spokesmen, no advocates,and are kept in the figurative attic,powerless.It takes an act of violence or extreme acting out before anyone is even considered for one of the very few beds in a psych ward,and when they are admitted, are drugged almost comatose,seen by a psychiatrist if they're lucky,and dumped back on the street ASAP.So, once in a while, the statistics catch up with society,and one person who should be in an institution goes apeshit,and we get this.Then the politicians and the usual suspects try to place blame on everyone BUT the people responsible,the politicians who voted to cut MH care costs.
Sun 8 Dec 2013 0:31 [89]

I agree ,Dmoris , but theres plntey to go around . Might have to take some blame myself for not reporting things i've witnessed . The day before the tragedy in Newtown happened all the major news people in Canada ,host s , anchors , pundits and hangers on , were ouraged and aghast that minister James Moore wants to keep that doctor in Quebec that killed his children with a knife in prison longer than 3 or 4 years . His wife , being a victim , was deemed irrational by Gabe Kaplan , whoever the hell he is , on CBC's Power and Politics , fer crissakes because she was a victim . The part that really scares me though , if the government gets more involved , is who is going to define insane or criminally insane or normal ? The government? or a rag-tag political panel on some biased tv show ?
Sun 8 Dec 2013 0:30 [88]

Have you heard of the other "urban legend" about it's more enomvrnientally damaging while manufacturing fluorescent bulbs than normal bulbs? I heard it sometime ago when somewhere decided to ban the traditional light bulb. Wonder if it's true.
Sun 8 Dec 2013 0:26 [87]

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Sun 8 Dec 2013 0:17 [86]

Had a house full of sickies, and was going to take the easy road with some desilh soup but no luck you were closed this Sunday night at 6:20. So I'm not sure if these hours are right or the ones I just checked on Facebook, so if it's Facebook's hours you might change them here, as this is what I checked at 10 this morning! This was my easy button today, so sad!
Sun 8 Dec 2013 0:05 [85]

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Sat 7 Dec 2013 23:50 [82]

I know the kids had a blast leaving those cooikes and milk for Santa we use to do it when we were kids and that would be the first thing we would look for when we got up to see if Santa received our offering of the treats we left him, and he also did just leaving the crumbs for the mice. Ode to be a kid again. Love you guys and Merry Christmas!!!!!! Love Dad G.
Sat 7 Dec 2013 23:42 [81]

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Sat 7 Dec 2013 23:40 [80]

Which one of our pubs? The currently hold a reaglur quiz night, some of our other pubs hold them irregularly. Your best bet is to contact the pub direct. See .
Sat 7 Dec 2013 23:33 [79]

Would any of your pubs that have quizzes like to have their quiz dailtes displayed on our new quiz directory website and on a new quizfinder app coming out soon.Tell them to contact us through QUIZBRITAIN.Thanks
Sat 7 Dec 2013 23:22 [78]

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Sat 7 Dec 2013 23:21 [77]

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Sat 7 Dec 2013 23:20 [76]

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Sat 7 Dec 2013 23:17 [75]

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Sat 7 Dec 2013 23:16 [74]

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Sat 7 Dec 2013 23:16 [73]

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Sat 7 Dec 2013 23:08 [72]

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Sat 7 Dec 2013 22:55 [71]

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Sat 7 Dec 2013 22:54 [70]

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Sat 7 Dec 2013 15:18 [23]

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Fri 5 Jul 2013 20:18 [1]

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