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if you look close enough you can see somebody bent over washing their toes with a spoon
8 Jul 2007
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okay, this is real, i got this on video, it is very hard to see, but if u look closely u can see it! psi balls ARE REAL and need complete focus, so try to do it!
20 Jul 2007
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look closely.. u'll see something..
19 Aug 2007
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I WILL SHOW YOU HOW TO MAKE A DOLLAR BILL INTO A $2.00 DOLLAR BILL LOOK CLOSELY.
23 Aug 2007
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look closely, you won't believe your eyes ;)
5 Sep 2007
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look closely, there is no tackle but his leg break just like that! freaky huh!
25 Sep 2007
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Amazing .....can u see my computer in my eye...look closely...
11 Sep 2007
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I shot this just after the raising of the flag on Tienanmen square. Look close enough and you can see the Olympic countdown marker.
24 Sep 2007
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Partying all day during Greek week. We where all drunk and my friend serg passed out, so we had to get him with some fireworks, if you look closely you can see firework smoke coming out of his mouth. The one bottle rocket almost hit me filming then flew back and just missed sergs head, ended up putting a hole in the couch and fucking up the wall.
11 Oct 2007
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I caught this on film a few years ago, look closely not for just what you think is there , if you have to watch it twice you'll see it.
19 Oct 2007
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I made a custom smoke bomb, it was insane, about 3 feet of jet-like flames came out of the top, with smoke rising about 10 metres upwards. I will add music also. Sorry about that. Also, I notice in the video you can only just make out the flames, if oyu look closely, you can see the blue flames jet near the end. Enjoy. Tutorial coming soon!
4 Nov 2007
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Look closely! This is an illusion used by M.C. Escher in his famous drawing "Ascending and Descending". The "penrose stairs" is an example of an "impossible object". These objects are 2D representations of shapes that could never exist in 3D.
19 Nov 2007
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