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Maria will be appearing in Sports Illustrated yearly swimsuit issue.
28 Mar 2006
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Metacafe's Grace Parra gets Kenneth Branagh to come clean on the plot of Thor 2. But not before getting the cast to open up on their daddy issues.
7 May 2011
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Todd takes a break from his horror improv to work through some of his issues with science, making out, and Madonna's guns. AND he runs down the latest releases on DVD, Blu-ray, and Netflix Instant.
2 May 2012
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Funny clip of a guy having some issues with gravity.
26 Mar 2007
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is it possible to describe a game in less than 10 seconds? We put Ubisoft's staff to the test during its recent DLC event in San Francisco, Ca.
3 Nov 2011
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Jace and the crew are in Las Vegas for Sony Online Entertainment’s annual Fan Faire celebration where we meet a very impulsive (drunk?) Shadow Knight Froglok. Back on Stargate Universe’s “Destiny” ship, the V queen, Jane Badler has taken her rightful seat which is now causing issues for Jace along with the SG:U and V casts. The IGN offices are no safe haven for Jace and Todd either as its time for a shakedown while we learn the best way to ensure an unbiased score is to not play the game being reviewed. All this and more, only on. The Jace Hall Show!
7 Feb 2011
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15 Mar 2011
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The game developers discuss overcoming online issues, co-op and multiplayer online gaming, and the essence of being a ninja.
23 Feb 2012
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Tila Tequila Tila is the amazing cover girl of issue 10. Not only is she gorgeous and sexy, but also multi-talented. She is a musician, very successful ... and a big star on MySpace - a true phenomenon on MySpace****
3 Apr 2006
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- www.DiscoverHydrogen**** - Check my site for step by step instructions how to build MULTIPLE HHO generator designs, including super efficient Dry Cell Plans! Seen the others? Watch this one! Learn how to build a SAFE hydrogen generator. Extremely important safety issue. Test volts vs amps. Serious concerns and alternatives!!!
18 Jan 2008
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This Doctor has Some Issues
4 Jul 2012
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7/11/2008Growing Wisdom:Pruning Tomatoes Pruning tomatoes is one of the easiest and most beneficial things you can do to increase fruit size and help lessen the chances of disease. First, let’s talk about which tomatoes to prune. Indeterminate (climbing) tomatoes should be staked, trellised, or caged, and pruned for best results. Determinate (bush) tomatoes do not need pruning and may be grown with or without support. Now what is the difference? The fruit of determinate tomatoes ripens within a concentrated time period. The fruit of indeterminate tomato varieties ripens over an extended period, and will continue to grow until they are affected by the first hard frost. For example, you may have purchased a container tomato plant for your patio. Typically, the tomatoes commercially available in containers are determinate and do not need pruning. However, you still should give it some support. On the other hand, the cherry tomato plant in your garden is most likely an indeterminate plant – if you don’t keep it in check, it might take over! The basic method of pruning is to remove the suckers from the leaf axils of the tomato plant. Click here to see a video on how to prune tomatoes. The sucker is the growth that comes up between the main leader of the plant and the side branches. There are a couple of schools of thought on removing suckers. Some people remove all the suckers. Some leave the first sucker after the first set of flowers. This gives you two leaders. I do the latter. Why are we doing this? If you remove the suckers you will have larger, sweeter, and, in my opinion, healthier tomatoes. If you leave them you will get more tomatoes, but the plant is more susceptible to disease and other health issues. If you have not removed any suckers all season and they have grown out of control, you should be careful about taking off the entire sucker, as it could cause too much sun to hit the developing fruit. In this case remove parts of the sucker to the last set of leaves. This is called Missouri pruning, where you pinch just the tip of the sucker, letting one or two leaves remain. This gives the plant more leaves and thus more photosynthesis and aids in protecting developing fruit from sun-scald. In this case, suckers should be removed gradually, over a period of a week or more, so the plant is not shocked too much. Go To *******www.GrowingWisdom**** for over 200 more garden videos.
2 Aug 2008
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