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In this video I will show you how to use a super secret trick to hide your folders from prying eyes!!
12 May 2009
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In this episode of Super Secret Swinger it is a HAPPY NEW YEAR! We jump in the S3 Time Machine and revisit our friends from Episode #1. As usual, Kara did something she had never done before until this night. Dirty, dirty girl!
10 Aug 2012
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We get into some super secret Borderlands 2 action at the Penny Arcade Expo! Tara Long shares her in-depth first look at the upcoming super-hyped, first-person role playing shooter sequel.
30 Aug 2011
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The Tweetbot client for iOS has a secret menu meant for developer access. Here's how to access the super secret menu and turn on 3g feed streaming!
27 Jun 2012
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Learn how to build a list super fast and find the secret link for a discount.
28 Jan 2008
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Most who have tried em say they'd kill for the recipe - all you have to do is grab a pen, watch and take notes as The original Hellraiser Homemaker shows you how it's done.
20 Jun 2008
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Greetings Everyone, This weeks video is an advanced technique. This scapular lift technique should only be done after the area to be massaged is warmed up. I hope you are finding these videos useful. They are a joy to create. If you happen to be looking for massage related products like T-shirts, poster, bumper stickers of books please check out this website that I have also created: www.cafepress****/megamassage If you live in the Dallas/Fort Worth area and wish to learn more about massage therapy please visit my schools website: www.thecmi**** Peace is with you.........
16 Dec 2008
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Download from here : *******startmylink****/Venita90612/Wild SUPPORT FILE ARE SOME OF THE WINDOWS FILE THAT ARE REQUIRED TO USE THE HACK MOST OF THEM ARE PRESENT IN THE SYSTEM BUT I M JUST ADDING THEM JUST TO MAKE SURE THAT HACKS WILL RUN.. JUST ADDING THEM BECAUSE SOME PPL WERE ASKING ABOUT THEM ... THANKS
8 Jan 2011
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HACK INJECTOR SOFTWARE IS THE SOFTWARE THAT WILL AUTOMATICALLY CONFIGURE THE HACKS AND MAKE THEM EASY TO USE BY THE NEW USERS(BUT THE USE OF HACK INJECTOR IS NOT NECESSARY IT JUST HELP THE NEW USERS)
12 Mar 2011
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Make a secret storage device from an ordinary cell phone cable!
21 Oct 2016
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Looking for followers for your twitter page? Take a look at the Tweetangels twitter follower package. They provide active and targeted twitter followers at quite reasonable rates.
24 Mar 2017
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Go to MYRIDE.COM for more car videos. Fireball Tim visits Troy Sumitomo, the SEMA CHiL Camry Hybrid, and the Super Secret Five Axis facility. Where am I?
5 Jan 2008
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A movie about the super secret pinball cheat.
4 Mar 2008
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The Surprise Unveiling of 2007: The ECJ Concept What a year! 2007 was an amazing combination of so many good and bad things... but for sure, there was NO end of excitement. If there was a "reveal" of the year, it HAS to have been the first sight of the super-secret Eclipse Concept Jet program... which only Eclipse, ANN and a few others knew ANYTHING about until the opening morning of Oshkosh 2007. Eclipse Aviation -- and company CEO Vern Raburn, in particular -- certainly have a flair for the dramatic. At a kickoff press event early Monday morning, before the gates opened at AirVenture 2007, the planemaker took the wraps off a concept model of its Eclipse Concept Jet: a single engine, four-passenger, slightly futuristic-in-appearance V-tailed aircraft intended to test the waters in the emerging Personal Jet category. But the planemaker didn't stop there. A line in Chief Operating Officer Peg Billson's speech describing the concept model -- an offhand remark about "flight testing" -- was drowned out by the unmistakable (muted) scream of a single Pratt & Whitney Canada PW610F turbofan, as the living and breathing ECJ made its debut. The crowd applauded as the tent flaps opened to reveal the aircraft, with a grinning Raburn in the left seat (and company test pilot Terry Tomeny in the co-pilot's chair.) As the engine spooled down, Raburn emerged from the plane, and adopted his best "cool test pilot" pose. The industry was stunned. Now... for the first time, is a three part series about some of the behind the scenes events that took place to make this happen... including the first flight... which ONLY ANN as there to shoot, air-to-air. The whole program was wrapped in the utmost secrecy, so we were priveleged to be let in as the program got underway. The ECJ cruises at a top speed of 345 knots and its service ceiling will be 41,000 feet. The aircraft's range is estimated to be 1,250 nautical miles. A unique element of the ECJ's aerodynamic design is its empennage, which features an external mounted engine pod and V-Tail vertical surfaces that create what Eclipse terms "exceptional" aerodynamic, weight, and operational benefits. The ECJ shares a number of design elements with the Eclipse 500. Common to the ECJ and the Eclipse 500 are the wing assembly minus the tip tanks, which includes the ailerons, the fuel system, main landing gear and actuators, flaps and flap actuators, wheels and brakes. The nose assembly is also common to both aircraft and includes the nose landing gear assembly, landing gear doors, forward pressure bulkhead, air conditioning and oxygen supply. The ECJ also features Eclipse's all-electric Avio NG system, controlling aircraft computer systems, flight control trims, autopilot, electrical power distribution, FADEC, air data, AHRS, landing gear and flap actuation. All of the ECJ's major system components are controlled and managed using Avio NG, just as they are on the Eclipse 500. Eclipse has not yet made an official decision as to whether or not they will produce the ECJ... but the extraordinary interest in this efficient, exciting airplane (the extent of which even surprised Eclipse) convinces all of us at ANN, that there may be yet another bit announcement in sore for next Oshkosh. Until then, stay tuned... as always ANN will keep you up to date on all things aviation (including the Eclipse!), every day, 24/7. FMI: www.eclipseaviation****, www.eclipseconceptjet**** Copyright 2008, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
23 Mar 2008
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The Surprise Unveiling of 2007: The ECJ Concept What a year! 2007 was an amazing combination of so many good and bad things... but for sure, there was NO end of excitement. If there was a "reveal" of the year, it HAS to have been the first sight of the super-secret Eclipse Concept Jet program... which only Eclipse, ANN and a few others knew ANYTHING about until the opening morning of Oshkosh 2007. Eclipse Aviation -- and company CEO Vern Raburn, in particular -- certainly have a flair for the dramatic. At a kickoff press event early Monday morning, before the gates opened at AirVenture 2007, the planemaker took the wraps off a concept model of its Eclipse Concept Jet: a single engine, four-passenger, slightly futuristic-in-appearance V-tailed aircraft intended to test the waters in the emerging Personal Jet category. But the planemaker didn't stop there. A line in Chief Operating Officer Peg Billson's speech describing the concept model -- an offhand remark about "flight testing" -- was drowned out by the unmistakable (muted) scream of a single Pratt & Whitney Canada PW610F turbofan, as the living and breathing ECJ made its debut. The crowd applauded as the tent flaps opened to reveal the aircraft, with a grinning Raburn in the left seat (and company test pilot Terry Tomeny in the co-pilot's chair.) As the engine spooled down, Raburn emerged from the plane, and adopted his best "cool test pilot" pose. The industry was stunned. Now... for the first time, is a three part series about some of the behind the scenes events that took place to make this happen... including the first flight... which ONLY ANN as there to shoot, air-to-air. The whole program was wrapped in the utmost secrecy, so we were priveleged to be let in as the program got underway. The ECJ cruises at a top speed of 345 knots and its service ceiling will be 41,000 feet. The aircraft's range is estimated to be 1,250 nautical miles. A unique element of the ECJ's aerodynamic design is its empennage, which features an external mounted engine pod and V-Tail vertical surfaces that create what Eclipse terms "exceptional" aerodynamic, weight, and operational benefits. The ECJ shares a number of design elements with the Eclipse 500. Common to the ECJ and the Eclipse 500 are the wing assembly minus the tip tanks, which includes the ailerons, the fuel system, main landing gear and actuators, flaps and flap actuators, wheels and brakes. The nose assembly is also common to both aircraft and includes the nose landing gear assembly, landing gear doors, forward pressure bulkhead, air conditioning and oxygen supply. The ECJ also features Eclipse's all-electric Avio NG system, controlling aircraft computer systems, flight control trims, autopilot, electrical power distribution, FADEC, air data, AHRS, landing gear and flap actuation. All of the ECJ's major system components are controlled and managed using Avio NG, just as they are on the Eclipse 500. Eclipse has not yet made an official decision as to whether or not they will produce the ECJ... but the extraordinary interest in this efficient, exciting airplane (the extent of which even surprised Eclipse) convinces all of us at ANN, that there may be yet another bit announcement in sore for next Oshkosh. Until then, stay tuned... as always ANN will keep you up to date on all things aviation (including the Eclipse!), every day, 24/7. FMI: www.eclipseaviation****, www.eclipseconceptjet**** Copyright 2008, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
1 May 2008
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Aero-TV Profiles The Futuristic ECJ Program (Part 2 of 3) The Surprise Unveiling of 2007: The ECJ Concept What a year! 2007 was an amazing combination of so many good and bad things... but for sure, there was NO end of excitement. If there was a "reveal" of the year, it HAS to have been the first sight of the super-secret Eclipse Concept Jet program... which only Eclipse, ANN and a few others knew ANYTHING about until the opening morning of Oshkosh 2007. Eclipse Aviation -- and company CEO Vern Raburn, in particular -- certainly have a flair for the dramatic. At a kickoff press event early Monday morning, before the gates opened at AirVenture 2007, the planemaker took the wraps off a concept model of its Eclipse Concept Jet: a single engine, four-passenger, slightly futuristic-in-appearance V-tailed aircraft intended to test the waters in the emerging Personal Jet category. But the planemaker didn't stop there. A line in Chief Operating Officer Peg Billson's speech describing the concept model -- an offhand remark about "flight testing" -- was drowned out by the unmistakable (muted) scream of a single Pratt & Whitney Canada PW610F turbofan, as the living and breathing ECJ made its debut. The crowd applauded as the tent flaps opened to reveal the aircraft, with a grinning Raburn in the left seat (and company test pilot Terry Tomeny in the co-pilot's chair.) As the engine spooled down, Raburn emerged from the plane, and adopted his best "cool test pilot" pose. The industry was stunned. Now... for the first time, is a three part series about some of the behind the scenes events that took place to make this happen... including the first flight... which ONLY ANN as there to shoot, air-to-air. The whole program was wrapped in the utmost secrecy, so we were priveleged to be let in as the program got underway. The ECJ cruises at a top speed of 345 knots and its service ceiling will be 41,000 feet. The aircraft's range is estimated to be 1,250 nautical miles. A unique element of the ECJ's aerodynamic design is its empennage, which features an external mounted engine pod and V-Tail vertical surfaces that create what Eclipse terms "exceptional" aerodynamic, weight, and operational benefits. The ECJ shares a number of design elements with the Eclipse 500. Common to the ECJ and the Eclipse 500 are the wing assembly minus the tip tanks, which includes the ailerons, the fuel system, main landing gear and actuators, flaps and flap actuators, wheels and brakes. The nose assembly is also common to both aircraft and includes the nose landing gear assembly, landing gear doors, forward pressure bulkhead, air conditioning and oxygen supply. The ECJ also features Eclipse's all-electric Avio NG system, controlling aircraft computer systems, flight control trims, autopilot, electrical power distribution, FADEC, air data, AHRS, landing gear and flap actuation. All of the ECJ's major system components are controlled and managed using Avio NG, just as they are on the Eclipse 500. Eclipse has not yet made an official decision as to whether or not they will produce the ECJ... but the extraordinary interest in this efficient, exciting airplane (the extent of which even surprised Eclipse) convinces all of us at ANN, that there may be yet another bit announcement in sore for next Oshkosh. Until then, stay tuned... as always ANN will keep you up to date on all things aviation (including the Eclipse!), every day, 24/7. FMI: www.eclipseaviation****, www.eclipseconceptjet**** Copyright 2008, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
26 Mar 2008
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