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*******www.236**** We heard what Jesse Jackson said. We've seen the video of him saying it. We've even analyzed that disturbing little shoulder hitch he gives after making his threat, as though the satisfaction of castrating Senator Obama would provide that extra little bit of elbow grease to really cleanly snip through the...well, you know. But what we didn't realize was that Jesse was actually going to do something about it. See more at *******236****
12 Jul 2008
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You will finally be able to start living life, when you start making enough money to quit the 9-5!! I am looking for business minded people to plug-in to my system, so come take a look at my site and let me show you how it all works! Thanks for watching my video... there's such a reward when you pay it forward! Peace and love to you all~ ~* i know. i accidentally snipped the end off the video. ed.)
26 Jul 2008
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Oh my. This was from an hour-long video that's long out of print. The video's editor took several performances and snipped them all to bits and reassembled them so that nothing made sense. This is my attempt to cut all of young Eddie's stand up set back together again.
14 Aug 2008
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A quick Snip of CES 2009
18 Jan 2009
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For a MORE FREE Clipper Cut Tips and Clipper Cutting Education, SUBSCRIBE to our newsletter and get access to the whole FREE series HERE: *******www.scissorboy**** . . . . . A Clipper Cut is one of those haircuts that one will either love or hate. The cool thing is that these days it is fashionable for both men and women to get some sort of a haircut using clippers. When doing a clipper cut correctly, a hairstylist can make either gender's style stick out. Ivan ZOot of clipperguy fame is one of those people. Ivan is one of those rare guys who has actually set guiness book of world records with their clipper cut techniques! As you watch this video you will discover that not only is Ivan responsible for the *fastest* haircut ever (55 seconds to be exact) but he also holds the world record on the most professional and judged haircuts done in one hour. And here is what’s even more interesting. After the hour was over, he decided to reclaim a record he set 10 years earlier and cut hair for 23 MORE HOURS non-stop! Ivan is so good and so quick with clippers, he not only shows you his *three-hand cutting* technique, but also how to avoid those dreaded “v snip” scars you get from point cutting with scissors. And to top it all off, the clipperguy teaches you how to use clippers for texturizing. Brilliant! This video will take you behind the scenes of multi-gender clipper cutting. That’s right I said it: clipper cutting techniques for both MEN and WOMEN. It does not matter if you have 2 inches or 22 inches to work with, Ivan lays it out step by step and makes it really simple and easy for you to master his techniques. But the guy is quick. So stay with me as I pull back the curtain, and give you a *sneak peak* into the world of a Guiness Book of World Records holder, three times over. This episode is over 10 mins long and as a result, we cannot load the whole thing to this Channel. Want to see the whole episode and all the other great techniques in this series? Then Subscribe to the Cutting Edge Hairshow here NOW: *******www.scissorboy**** clipper cut "clipper cut" (clipper cut) clipper cuts "clipper cuts" (clipper cuts) clipper hair cut "clipper hair cut" (clipper haircut) clipper cutting "clipper cutting" (clipper cutting) clipper haircutting "clipper haircutting" (clipper haircutting) Ivan Zoot "Ivan Zoot" (Ivan Zoot) clipperguy "clipperguy" (clipperguy)
2 Apr 2009
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This is Brandon's First Haircut at Snip-its for kids in Douglasville, Ga
16 Jun 2009
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Short snip of his show
26 Oct 2009
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Waring the clan on de_season when some bullshit shots were happening. Played with the name as ' ENGAGE I ALIAS? #IM' but real name is 'ENGAGE deadz[2a] #Infuzed-Media' SteamID : STEAM_0:1:1913 Watch full demo to see the mistakes he makes and all the walling, its makes everyone LOL, this video is just a little snip of the walling. Demo can be found here: *******www.mediafire****/file/jkntmdidoyd/engagewaller.dem
8 Dec 2009
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www.scissorcandy**** OPEN CHAIR IS HAIR CULTURE . . . A gathering of stylists, models, and mortals. It is an innovative event for a creative industry. Rather than an educational clinic, Open Chair allows hairstylists to network, socialize, and party. While getting together to share tips and inspirations, several stylists will showcase their craft on stage with live video projections illuminating the snips and clips. Join us, and each other, for the first industry event of its type. There’s an open chair waiting for you.
13 Dec 2009
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Guys! if you feel guilty of snipping away cash from your folks pockets.......don't's a TREND! Don't believe us....check this out!
6 Sep 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-Hitch-Install-2007-Lincoln-MKX.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today we are going to install part number 75526 from Draw-Tite. We are going to install this class III receiver hitch on a 2007 Lincoln MKX. First off we will show you where the hitch gets mounted onto the vehicle. Its going to get mounted onto frame members that are right now currently hidden behind the exhaust and a couple of heat shields that need to be cut off to make room for the hitch itself. We will cut out room where the bolts come through the frame. This section right here where a tab goes into the frame will need to be cut out so our hitch hardware can be installed. And again it will be identical on both sides. All right we will get started by lowering the exhaust. These rubber hangers here will need to be sprayed with lubricant so they will be easier to get off. Before we lower the exhaust we are actually going to go ahead and put a safety strap underneath here so we can control the exhaust as we lower it, it will not just go falling down. See how we can control it? All right the next thing we are going to do is just disconnect the bracket here, its going to be simply pushed up out of the way and the screws can be re-installed. The reason we have to do this is to have more clearance for our hitch install. All right lets go ahead and take down the heat shields and get them ready to trim up. All right you can see a little easier how we have the heat shield marked out for clearance. So lets go ahead and use some tin snips and just cut it out. At this point we can go ahead and re-install the shields. When we re-install the heat shield these two fasteners we are going to leave off because what will happen is the hitch will actually sandwich it in place. We will go ahead and do the in board fasteners and get those tightened down. When you get done trimming the main thing you want to look out for is make sure you have room for your hardware in this hole right here. Now you can start installing your hardware. We are going to use this wire pull, or bolt leader that comes with the kit and install it in the hole we are going to use here, and go all the way out to the end of the frame to install our hardware and pull it back through. Do that on all four parts. At this point we are going to install the hitch, it is kind of awkward so it is a good idea to have an extra set of hands to get up there so you do not push the bolts into the frame. Okay just a couple of nuts to hold the hitch into place, then we can install the rest of the hardware. All right at this point we can go ahead and snug down our bolts on the hitch. And then we will turn around and torque them down as specified in the instructions. Go ahead and put our exhaust back up. Take the strap off. And there you have it for part number 75526 from Draw-Tite.
21 Oct 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-Hitch-Install-2003-FordEscape.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today we are going to install part number 90635 from Hidden Hitch. And we are going to install this on a 2003 Ford Escape. First to show you where the hitch mounts up on the frame of the vehicle, where it is going to mount up is on this hole here and here. What is going to happen is we will thread our hardware from the edge of the frame through the opening back here and we will pull our hardware through from the inside out. Now some vehicles, there will be an exhaust shield on there which you will have to trim. Instructions are provided to do that but in this case there is not one existing so we do not have to worry about it. And if you do have to trim it, it is very easy. Tin snips is all you need to cut it out and make room for the hitch. And this assembly is going to be both identical on both sides. And it is also going to use one last attachment. It is going to use a tow loop here too. We are going to start on the passenger side of the vehicle. We will start fish wiring our hardware in. Now there is going to be two bolts that go in, per side. And there is a difference in the bolts too. The one is just basically going to be longer than the other. What is going to happen is the short bolt is going to go in the rear most hole here and then the longer bolt is going to go in this hole and it is going to get a spacer put between the frame and the hitch itself. So that is why you will put the longer bolt in the back. With the fish wiring tools, we will start with the bolt in the back. We will just pull it through the hole we are going to use. Go all the way to the end of the frame and pull it out. Okay, and it is just long enough so be careful you do not push the wiring back into the frame. Take your block and install it on there. There you go. Stay. Okay, you just take that block and just push it on in on the wire. And we are going to the back hole so we are going to use the long bolt. Thread that into place, and pull the whole assembly through and out. Do the same thing with the rear most hole here. All right, same thing again. This is a little bit easier to see. And the short bolt will go here. All right, and that is all we have to do on the passenger side. We will go over to the driver side and do the same exact thing. There we go. All right next we can go ahead and start installing the hitch on the vehicle and what we will do is we will hang the hitch by the two rear bolts first and then the four bolts we will leave alone because we will have to push them up out of the way so we can get our blocks in there. And we will just use a couple of nuts just to really hold the hitch in place for now. And we are just going to just hang it so we can leave it loose so we can move the hitch around as we need. All right, let us go ahead and push the bolt up just a little bit, install our block, let it fall back through, then we will put our nut and washer on there so it does not come back out. Just a couple of threads because we are still going to do this on the other side. There you go. All right, next we will work on the tow loop assembly. So you loosely can move it around, we will put our spacer block between the hitch and the tow loop and then that block will go on the outside with the carriage bolt and that will run all the way through. And then we will pile it up with a lock washer and nut. Since we have got all of our hardware installed now, we will go ahead and snug down the bolts. Make sure the hitch sits where you want it. Okay. All right, once you are satisfied with that we can go ahead and torque down the bolts as specified in the instructions. And with that, that finishes our install with part number 90635 from Hidden Hitch.
30 Oct 2010
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12 Nov 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-Hitch-Install-2009-Ford-Focus-1.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today on this 2009 Ford Focus we will be installing Hidden Hitch part number 60886. This installation will also apply to the Draw-Tite part number 24805. At the back bumper facing we have got two holes right on top of each other. We are going to be using those two as the rear most attaching points for our trailer hitch. Then on the frame rail you will see we have got an oblong hole about half way up at the rear and this will provide the third attaching point for the passenger side. The attaching points will be the same for the driver side however we will need to do a little bit more work over here. 00:35 We need to lower the exhaust down off its rear most hanger and we will also need to cut out the heat shield that is covering the hole at the bottom of the frame. To help ease the removal of the hanger off of the exhaust we can use a spray lubricant like a WD-40. Next I am going to loosen the three rear most nuts on the heat shield. What that is going to allow me to do is locate the hole in the frame and I am going to need to cut the heat shield around it. I am going to take a pair of tin snips once I have located the hole and cut that out. Then with our cutout made in the heat shield we can tighten our nuts back up for the heat shield. 01:31 Next we are going to feed our carriage bolts and block assemblies through the frame and down through our holes. We are going to accomplish this using the fish wire that is provided with our installation kit. We are going to be feeding the fish wire from the bottom of the frame out through the access hole here at the end of the frame rail. We are then next going to take the one by three inch block and feed it onto our bolt leader. Followed by one of the carriage bolts we are going to wrap the threads of the bolt leader around the threads of the carriage bolt and just pull those through the frame. It may help to keep the two pieces independent of each other so they do not get hung up inside of the frame. 02:16 At that location we are also going to be adding another one by three inch spacer in between the frame and the trailer hitch. We want to do the same for the passenger side and we will hang the hitch up into place. We will be attaching the hitch to those carriage bolts using the conical tooth washers and hex nuts. We will next go to the bolt holes in the horizontal plate. At this position we are going to be using the smaller carriage blocks and the carriage bolts and we want to make sure we orient the blocks as shown here to insure that they tighten properly. On the upper attaching point we want the long portion of the block facing straight down. We will be attaching the carriage bolts to the hitch using the flat washer, lock washer, and nut. With all of the bolts in place we are going to torque them down. You want to check with the directions to verify the appropriate torque rating for each individual bolt. With the bolts torqued down we just want to make sure we put our exhaust back up on its hanger and our installation is complete. This will conclude the installation of Hidden Hitch part number 60886.
24 Nov 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-This-Old-Trailer-7-Pole-Install.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today on This Old Trailer we are going to replace the wiring on this trailer. Right now, this trailer has a 5 pull socket here and the owner uses a patch cord in between here and his tow vehicle. What we are going to do is remove all this and add a 7-way cable that leads right to his tow vehicle. We will be using part number H20046. We will unbolt the connector here. Then we will go ahead and untape it and undo the screw right here, it should release the inside part where the pins are and the wires are connected. Tale that, push everything out. Simply disconnect our wires. 1:04 Now we have our bare wires, we will go over the code real fast. White is going to be your ground wire. Blue is going to go to the lock-out switch on the hydraulic brake controller. Yellow is going to be left turn. Green is going to be right turn. Brown is going to be your running lights. Now we are going to take our wire harness and thread it through the front here, try to guide it back to the hole where the socket was. We will take it and pull it on out, it is an 8 foot length, so we really do not need all of that. We will pull out some, and hook up our other end of the 7-pole to the tow vehicle and see how much slack we need. 1:53 We will use some tin snips to cut off our excess length. Cut the sheath so we can get to the wires. No we will strip back the wires on the ones we are going to use. We will use this green wire, red wire, yellow wire, brown wire, and white. We will not be using the black wire or blue wire since there are only 5 wires being used on the trailer. It is pretty tempting to match up the wires color for color, but you really can not do that because the 7-pole connector actually has a separate wiring code. In this case, green is going to be our running light circuit on the 7-pole, and on our trailer it is going to be brown. So we have to make the conversion. We will go ahead and start off by making our connections with that. To make our connections we will be using little connections called butt connectors. The wires butt together and we crimp them in place. Our next wire on the 7-pole is brown which is our right turn signal, and is going to hook up to green on our trailer, which is right turn. Red on our 7-pole connector is going to be our left turn signal, and the left turn on our trailer is going to be yellow. Next, we will work on our white wire that is the ground on the 7-pole, that will actually match up to our trailer so we will be doing white to white. Okay, our last wire is yellow on our 7-way connector which is the reverse lights and then on our boat trailer it is special so it is going to be the blue wire. 4:11 Now what we are going to do is tape this all together and seal it up for good. Tuck everything back in. We are going to wrap a zip tie around it which will help hold it in place. That will keep it extra secure. We will just leave this open, and now we are set. With that, that will finish our install of our 7-pole connector, part number H20046 on This Old Trailer.
25 Nov 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-Hitch-Install-2011-Subaru-Outback.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today on this 2011 Subaru Outback we are going to install part number 87568 from Hidden Hitch. This will also apply to part number 75673 from Draw-Tite. First thing we will show you is where the hitch mounts up to the frame of the vehicle. Right now we are looking at the passenger side of the vehicle, you will see there are two rubber plugs at the bottom of the frame. Here and here. These plugs get removed so we can use those holes. We will do this on both sides of the vehicle. :28 Looking at the driver side, we are going to remove three rubber hangers from the exhaust and lower it. We will also run a strap underneath the exhaust so we can lower it at a controlled pace. That way we will not damage anything taking it down. We will also spray down our rubber hangers with some lubricant and make them a little easier to push off. Now we can use our strap to slowly lower our exhaust. 1:07 Next thing we are going to do is lower our heat shield. It is going to be these four bolts right here. Here are the rubber plugs we will pull out. Next, what we need to do is drill an access hole at the bottom of frame. We are going to start from this point right here and go about 2 inches out. Then we will drill it out using an 1-1/8 inch hole saw. We can now install the hardware into the frame of the vehicle. You want to note that there are two different sized blocks that come with the kit. The small block goes toward the rear bumper and the 3 inch one goes up towards the front of the vehicle. We will take our lead, push it through the hole we are going to use, out our access hole, push in our block, push it in the frame, thread on our bolt, pull all that through and out. Now we will put some protective coating around the hole here to seal off the bare steel. Next we will install the hitch, it is a good idea to have an extra set of hands. We are going to hold the hitch up to the frame and install a nut and conical tooth washer on the bolt that is closest to the bumper. Now we will do the attachments going to the front of the vehicle. The only thing special here is to add the special washer, that is going to go between the hitch and the frame of the vehicle. Then we can use our conical tooth washer and nut. We will go up to the driver side and do that same thing again. 3:13 We still have our hardware loose, we are going to move our hitch a little bit to center it in the middle of the vehicle the best we can. You also need to make sure the holes in the heat shield will line up also. Go ahead and put the bolts into the threads and then we will tighten down the hitch which will help guide it and keep it in place. Now we will torque down the bolts as specified in the instructions. We need to trim down the heat shield a little bit, basically we are going to cut here to this seam right here and then over and around. Then use some tin snips to cut that out, which should give us plenty of room to reinstall the heat shield. Lets go ahead and reinstall the heat shield. Make sure it fits over the hanger, you can see the cut out gives us room for the nut and bolt right there. Then we will go ahead and snug those down. Now, getting to the end of it, lets go ahead and reinstall our exhaust system. 4:26 We have our vehicle off the lift, now lets give you a couple measurements that will help you in choosing your accessories for your hitch. First off, from the top of the receiver tube to the ground is approximately 14-1/2 inches. From the center of the hitch pin hole, to the outer edge of the bumper is approximately 7 inches. There you have it for part number 87568 from Hidden Hitch.
25 Nov 2010
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