Lyrics video for this classic 80's hip hop song
Snow was coming down, but I needed to get out of the house. We had a sled in the garage. I tried it, but the snow was too deep, and the hill in our yard wasn't steep enough, so I got stuck. Then I tried an old Walmart snowboard, with the same result. Finally, when I put the snowboard away, I saw my skim-board. Its normal use is to throw over a couple inches of water, run, jump, then slide on the beach. However, I figured the snow was slick enough I could use it in the street. So, I took it down from the shelf, went out onto the street and it worked! I was all bundled up originally but after running around for a couple minutes I started to sweat and thought it would be ironic if I did this in beach attire since that is what you usually are wearing when you use a skim board.
A low budget but slick "who done it" involving the murder of a wealthy businessman. The long list of suspects includes the family butler, their shady attorney, and an assortment of greedy business partners who have all been called together for the reading of the will. But first there is a seance to communicate with the dead man. You can see the entire film FREE on Amazon.
My old man in the Jersey C.I. Hill Climb. It started dry but then started to rain. so for some fun he left his slicks on.
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Here is the video the the Comic Book Challenge 2006 entrant Sean Stewart for his comic The Slick!
Being on the same level as the birds & squirrels was one advantage the my pet dog Slick liked. I needed to survey the damage to the roof so I allowed her to see everything from that perspective. (She was not harmed in any way, before, during or after this was filmed.
Giving SLICK a chance to run alongside me (on bicycle) was always enjoyable for her. This film is one of the earlier runs that she went on.
After being told that she can't go out without her leash, SLICK quickly goes to get it and brings it to me.
Intel's Slick Mobile Internet Device
A dude films himself driving over 150mph on the highway when he hits an oil slick and loses control of his car. Somehow this guy manages to recover from the spinout safely without hitting anything on the highway.
Car Hits Oil Slick At 150MPH Video
This is how to do lattice, a method for multiplying two numbers. It is a slick and easy way for multiplying two bigger numbers. It can be used with any size numbers. Here is the method for lattice:
Make the chart as shown in the video
Write in your problem
Multiply top row
Multiply bottom row
Have fun with this simple way of multiplying!!!
"School's Out" by Alice Cooper