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you've seen an origami crane right? But have you seen a 3 headed crane? And best of all, it only requires one sheet of paper!
5 Mar 2007
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You can hear it when his head smacks the pole.
9 Mar 2007
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Carrot Topp is tormented by his reflection while his bird brained band of mutants, the Radioactive Chicken Heads rock out Barry Louis Polisar's "I Looked Into The Mirror" Directed by Roy Knyrim, SOTA Productions Filmed at the top secret facility for experimental farming of genetically modified giant vegetables and poultry that the Radioactive Chicken Heads call home.
11 Mar 2007
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How to shave your head like Britney SPears. Ace on Myspace Style!
11 Mar 2007
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What films comes to your head looking at these cars. I have mentioned the main characters' name on them to ease things up a bit. Enjoy!!!
14 Mar 2007
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We bet him five bucks he couldnt crush the can on his head
16 Mar 2007
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Two Headed Cat - The cat featured in this video was born with two faces. Each face is completely independent from the other but they share a common throat. Although the images presented may appear shocking or at the very least awe-inspiring, the cat and owner accept the situation as completely normal!
17 Mar 2007
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You gotta know how much animals love music. Llama's Head bang to the music in Winamp
21 Mar 2007
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Creature Feature performing Aim For The Head from their debut CD The Greatest Show Unearthed. This was recorded at Safari Sam's in Hollywood California. www.myspace.com/creaturefeaturemusic
26 Mar 2007
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Preview for the short film "Head First"
25 Mar 2007
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Trailer for the short film "Shit Head"
29 Mar 2007
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The challenge - balance 10 nails on top of a single nail head at the same time - no magnets, strings, or glue - amazing trick!
30 Mar 2007
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Yoga Exercise - Head Stand & Lotus - Sirshasana + Padmasana - Kopfstand + Lotus.
30 Mar 2007
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Dr. Lam grafting lectures to his facial plastic surgery colleagues about the aesthetic principles, technical aspects, and results with facial fat for facial rejuvenation in Hilton Head, SC. As the face matures over the years, facial fat loss contributes to a hollow, sunken look that typifies the aged countenance. The analogy of the full grape that begins to transform into a shriveled raisin may be helpful in understanding the process of volume loss that affects the face. Transferring fat from your thighs or belly to the areas that have lost fat in the face, like the brow, lower eyelid, cheek, and jawline can restore the youthful vitality of your face. Removal of fat from the body does not constitute body contouring or "liposuction", as the technique that Dr. Lam uses to harvest the fat from the body is different from traditional liposuction. Care must be exercised to remove only the appropriate amount of fat from the body in a gentle manner, while ensuring that harvested fat cells remain undamaged. Fat transfer may not be the solution for everyone. Traditional face and browlifting can be appropriate for many individuals seeking facial enhancement. However, facial fat transfer can also be effectively combined with facial lifting procedures to provide the optimal aesthetic result in the right candidate. Fat transfer to the lips, smile lines, and around the mouth is less than ideal due to the risks of eventual fat absorption as well as unnecessarily prolonged recovery. Dr. Lam tends to reserve the use of other fillers or skin therapies in this region when individuals desire enhancement around the mouth. Fat transfer has become a cornerstone of rejuvenation for Dr. Lam, as volume enhancement for the face represents an entirely new way of looking at the aging face. Rather than remove away precious tissue, Dr. Lam prefers to restore lost tissue and shape to the deflated and sunken face using his unique approach to fat enhancement. Dr. Lam has already completed his third textbook on fat enhancement, entitled Complementary Fat Grafting (Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins, Philadelphia, PA 2006), and believes that fat enhancement represents the present and the future for facial enhancement. Fat grafting requires very little sedation (light anesthesia), and Dr. Lam's method does not require any body or facial incisions at all. For patients seeking a non-surgical option for volume restoration of the face, many other choices are available at Dr. Lam's office, including Sculptra, Restylane, and Radiesse, each of which has its own distinct advantages and disadvantages. Although facial implants can be used in volume enhancement of the aging face, Dr. Lam typically prefers to use fat transfer, as this method provides the ability to shape complex areas of volume loss and facial implants alone can worsen the hollowness below one's eyes. Dr. Lam also specializes in fat transfer for aging hands in order to provide matched facial and hand rejuvenation. Oftentimes after wonderful facial rejuvenation, an individual exhibits mature-looking hands that still give away his or her age. Fat transfer to the hands is a short, pain-free procedure that provides not only immediate benefit but ongoing improvement in skin texture and tone.
10 Apr 2007
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Public Urged to Attend Free Screenings on Friday, April 20 The Yul Brynner Head and Neck Cancer Foundation YBF urges Americans to get screened for cancer during the 2007 Oral, Head and Neck Cancer Awareness Week OHANCAW, April 16-22. The week is highlighted by a nationwide day of free screenings at more than 150 medical centers on Friday, April 20. For more information and to find a screening site near you log onto www.headandneck.org. According to the American Cancer Society, this year more than 40,000 Americans will be diagnosed with cancers of the head and neck which include cancers of the oral cavity, larynx and pharynx and 7,550 will die. When diagnosed very early, oral and other head and neck cancers can be more easily treated without significant complications, and the chances of survival greatly increase, said Terry Day, M.D., President of the Yul Brynner Head and Neck Cancer Foundation YBF, Associate Professor, Department of Otolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery, Medical University of South Carolina, and Director, Division of Head & Neck Oncologic Surgery, Hollings Cancer Center, Medical University of South Carolina. However, many Americans do not recognize the symptoms of these cancers, which makes screening very important, especially for those who are at high risk, such as tobacco and alcohol users. According to Dr. Day, there has recently been an increasing incidence of some of these cancers in young adults who do not smoke and some researchers have revealed an association with human papillomavirus HPV. About OHNC Oral, head and neck cancer OHNC refers to a variety of cancers that develop in the head and neck region, such as the oral cavity mouth; the pharynx throat; paranasal sinuses and nasal cavity; the larynx voice box; thyroid and salivary glands; the skin of the face and neck; and the lymph nodes in the neck. Common warning signs of OHNC are: Red or white patch in the mouth that lasts more than two weeks Change in voice or hoarseness that lasts more than two weeks Sore throat that does not subside Pain or swelling in the mouth or neck that does not subside Lump in the neck Other warning signs that occur during later stages of the disease include: Ear pain Difficulty speaking or swallowing Difficulty breathing The most effective prevention strategy remains the cessation of risky behaviors such as smoking, use of chewing tobacco and excessive alcohol consumption. More than 85 percent of head and neck cancers are related to tobacco use, while others may have a relationship to viral causes such as HPV and Epstein Barr Virus EBV.
2 Apr 2007
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I'm Taking my Head Off illusion
10 Apr 2007
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