The rankup! Sticker collection has recently made it into the game. But it has many secrets, which its maker, Danidem, kindly shared with me for this video. He initially uploaded the collection to the workshop earlier this year. You can still check out these earlier versions if you’re interested, link is in this video’s description.
Hey, how you doing? I wanna tell you about a website, OK? There’s like 100 pages on this website, it’s been around for about eight years. www.weedsthatplease.com, OK? My old pal there, Skip Budman, he runs the whole show there and I wouldn’t buy nothing online except from this place. OK, cause he’s a friend
Good day dear audience! Welcome to Abusev Tattoo chanel This is one of the rooms in our Moscow studio We are now waiting for our guest Artem Who wants to recieve a large blackwork on his shoulder And I want to test my newborn 112 MAGNUM Want to express my gratitude to the guys from
so guys in marketing you have to test absolutely everything you do and you have to get as much result as possible for single campaign that you’re on so reasonable I just want to share a few things I’ve learned have tested the last couple of weeks on the door hangers I’ve never done them
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>>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.
hello guys, today we’re gonna try bullsone sticker and tar remover first test we’re gonna removing this sticker they have this head design that can be helpful at sticker removal but don’t use it on the paint because the instruction is Korean so I’m confused should i wipe it with wet towel or dry towel?
– Hello everyone, hi Mom and Dad. My name is Nathanielle Sybico, you guys can call me Nell. And this is my project, Revitalizing: Osmosis in Architecture. And the project is called Kaizuka Subway Station. And so first off I’d like to thank my committee, Marcel, my Chair, Ko Aitani, and Galen Newman – I