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25 Nov 11 Chris Hanson Files – Air Duct Cleaning Scams Part 2

MSNBC’s Chris Hanson uses hidden camera’s to catch a local air duct cleaning company in the action. There goal is to uncover “Bait and Switch” tactics that are giving reputable Air Duct Cleaning business’ across the united states a bad name!
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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25 Nov 11 Chris Hanson Files – Air Duct Cleaning Scams Part 1

MSNBC’s Chris Hanson uses hidden camera’s to catch a local air duct cleaning company in the action. There goal is to uncover “Bait and Switch” tactics that are giving reputable Air Duct Cleaning business’ across the united states a bad name!
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Some of the stuff we do in our dojo. This clip mainly shows some of the conditioning aspects in our karate training. These methods are really quite common in most Okinawan karate. The nigiri-game (pots) train grip and wrist power, also trains stability when shifting rapidly from one position to the next. Wrist, waist, forearm and grip power is important in close-quarter fighting, grappling and throws and these make-up the majority of Goju-ryu techniques. The nigiri-game can be made heavier by adding stuff within the pots. The ones in this clip were about 9~10 kilos. The Chiishi (Stone hammer) also trains grip, wrist and forearm power. Throwing it in the air and grabbing it trains grabbing reflexes. There are several other ways of training with the Chiishi which isn’t shown here. The “tan” is the barbell with the thick wooden pole in the middle. Used as it was used in this clip and the thick pole having the thickness of a man’s forearm, trains grabbing power and reflexes. The Kongoken looks like a giant paper clip and weighs 30kg or more. In this clip, thrusting it in the air and sinking down to Shikodachi trains stability, balance, grip, waist, arm and shoulder power. Randori is like sparring, but the idea is not to hurt or KO the opponent, but to practise your techniques whilst toughening up your training partner. The last section showed various ways of toughening hand and foot for striking, by jabbing into a bucket of small pebbles, or by striking the makiwara (wooden
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08 Nov 11 Bending PVC Pipe with Air Pressure – HenryWitecki.com (Cataclyst) and Chris Powell

UPDATED: MORE INFORMATION ******* Please contact me if you have any questions! cataclyst.info ——-Contact Page The motor I used was actually a loaner from a friend, it is about 400 dollars, but is far beyond what the bender requires, it could have turned steel. You need any low speed 20-60rpm (but not necessarily adjustable) decent torque motor . If you’re just bending a couple of lengths you might simply turn it by hand. I was bending over 100 12 foot lengths of pipe. For the tube that runs through the rubber stopper, we used lamp rod, which we cross threaded, and loaded with lots of Teflon tape. You would be much better off taking a quick release air coupler to a machinist and asking him to make you 2 threaded tubes that the coupler can screw onto (1 for backup). You could also tap it yourself if you have the tools. You’re going to drill out your stopper and run the tube through, put a nylon washer, steel washer then lock washer on either side and tighten down the exposed hex nut once you put it in the end of your pipe to squish the rubber stopper into place. The other side is simply a hex nut, with a nylon washer, steel washer, then hex bolt that clamp the stopper into place. You want your steel washer to be as close in diameter to the inside of your pipe as possible, and you want the interior diameter of your nylon washer to be as close to your threaded tube size as possible. (you want to have to turn it on) www.cataclyst.org This is documentation of a process for
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THE INTERVIEW IN NOVEMBER 1995 PART ONE
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13 Aug 11 Upgraded Chris Reeve Small Sebenza 21

March 10, 2011. Received my Small Sebenza 21 back from Chris Reeve with some upgrades. 1. Converted the blade to stonewashed finish from a satin/polished finish. 2. Replaced the screws. 3. Added perforated washers.

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23 Jul 11 Walrus TV Artist Feature: Chris Pastras Interview from “The Run Up”

“My personal art, thats my vehicle. When people look at a show theyre almost kinda seeing my diary of my frustrations.” Co-founder and creative director of Stereo Sound Agency skateboards, Chris Pastras artwork ranges from highly personal, journal-like paintings to stylized and fine-tuned design work. Highly regarded within both the skate and art worlds, Chris Pastas surpasses the boundaries between the two, his work overlapping and spilling into both arenas. His work has been featured in numerous publications, including Paper, Lodown, and Slap, and displayed in exhibitions worldwide. Watch the interview from “The Run Up,” available for the first time to the public for free, on Walrus TV.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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17 Apr 11 Thinking with Chris – How to use the Dishwasher

First he taught us how to successfully use nasal spray without overdosing. Now he’s back again…this time in the kitchen! teaching us how to properly use the dishwasher.
Video Rating: 5 / 5

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