hi it’s Layle Koncar and I want to share a very cool tool with you it’s an exclusive with scrapbook.com and it is the glitter brush marker first thing I want to do though is show you how to open it and use it so I am going to unscrew it when I unscrew it
Welcome to Tomahawk DIY everyone. I’m Mike. Today we’re going to take a look at thatching your lawn. This is something you want to do to remove dead grass and roots that have kind of built up overtime. It’s really easy to do. You just have to buy yourself a thatching blade. They’re not too
Translator: Géraldine Géraldine Reviewer: Denise RQ I believe life is connected. I believe people are connected to their social and physical environment, and I believe mankind is connected to the planet; but our society has lost touch of this connection. We’ve built a society that thinks in straight lines: we buy things, we use things,
good morning world a beautiful day here in Colorado and I think I found the best possible spot to boondock at boondocks that’s actually what it’s called it’s a kind of like a Family Fun Center tight place ironically they actually do not allow boondocking you know I know we’re gonna be heading north today
This technique is for pain, usually just above the shoulder blade, and extending up into the neck This muscles is called a levator scapulae, it’s underneath the upper trapezius What I’m going to do is tear one piece I’m going to split that piece tearing down the perforations to the anchor points. The tape will
>>commentator: So, today we are excited to welcome Jack Bowen to discuss his latest work, his third: “If You Can Read This: The Philosophy of Bumper Stickers.” By way of introduction, Jack graduated from Stanford University in 1995 with honors in human biology. While he was there he was also an All-American water polo player.
♪♪ -Tattooing back then was still very, very toxic and very, very closed-door… [ Needle buzzing ] …objectifying our women. Unfortunately, with, like, Chicano tattoos and prison art, it has gone that route. Like, I know how I want to do it from my heart, and that’s not part of it. ♪♪ Somebody gets a
We have this opportunity to create this community through these communal markings of our ancestors and I think it trulydoes that. It’s remarkable the sort of strength of self that it places in you when you wear your traditional markings. So I think every bit of it is about reconnection it’s the two of us