Chip Carving 102 - How to carve the 3-corner chip in a positive border. Step-by-step instruction.
Chip Carving 104 - How to carve the 3-corner chip negative border. Step-by-step.
Chip Carving 105 - How to add a nice detail to the 3-corner chip negative border taught in Chip Carving 104.
Chip Carving 106 - How to chip carve the 3-corner chip ZigZag border. This border has a southwestern feel to it.
* SONY unveils 'The Hot Ticket.'
* SANYO swings net profit.
* BARNES & NOBLE may bid for BORDERS.
* CBS College Sports Network teaming with NCAA.
* IAC split to be complete in August.
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Sharon discusses the recent relaunch of Borders online store, and also covers some of the exciting products available in Macy's Summer Essentials Sale.
Las Vegas Author Anthony Stephen looks up his best-selling books in the Borders Title Sleuth System. Titles include "Nick the Greek," "Cigar," "B29 Mystery," and a construction contract handbook used as a university textbook.
From creator Josh Greenbaum who won the 2007 MTVu Award for Best Filmmaker on Campus for his short film "Border Patrol". Three friends voluntarily guard our border against illegals. This is their story. Check out the sneak peek of this new series, and more at Atom****
Border Patrol centers on three slacker friends who spend their weekends in lawn chairs at the Mexican border determined to stop illegal immigration.
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If John McCain is some sort of foreign policy genius who is uniquely qualified to be commander-in-chief, then why does he on "Good Morning America," magically redraw the borders of two Middle Eastern countries? A Senior Moment, perhaps?
The title of Jason L. Riley's new book helps explain why it has proven so controversial: Let Them In: The Case for Open Borders.
Let Them In is as exhaustively researched as it is eminently readable, Riley, a member of The Wall Street Journal's editorial board runs through all the anti-immigration arguments at play in today's heated political world—and finds them wanting.
Earlier this summer, Riley sat down earlier this summer with reason.tv's Nick Gillespie to discuss the leading myths about the causes and effects of immigration.