In the first entry into a new series on THEKINGOFHATEHD, DSP tries new things. First up: the new Burger King breakfast sandwich, the Ciabatta club. www.twitter.com/theycallmedsp send all donations thru www.paypal.com to the address darksydephil@Hotmail.com cafepress page: www.cafepress.com/darksydephil new gaming footage at www.youtube.com/user/dspgaming
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Jack tries out the Topsy Turvy upside down plant grower. Let’s see how it’s done. Be sure to post your questions and recipes for Jack on his Cooking Community at cookingwithJack.net
AdoramaTV presents Tether Tools. This week Mark will show some products from Tether Tools. This product line is designed to help photographers meet their tethered photography needs . He will show you a couple lightweight and versatile tables that attaches to any studio light stand or tripod providing a stable working surface for photographers shooting in studio or on-location. For more information about Tether Tools and related videos, go here: www.adorama.com Send your questions to: AskMark@Adorama.com
This is a most unusual Morphing aircraft. It fits into the “Will it fly or Won’t it fly?” category, proving the unlikely. Air hogs seems to be on the cutting edge of making unusual flying machines. The Switchblade is certainly another. The motor configuration on the wing is adjustable from hover to forward flight. Controls must be dealt with a gentle touch and trimming before flying, helps a lot. Once you get the hang of it, it really is a lot of fun. We have bashed them into houses, trees, fences and the Earth and still have not even broken a prop! It is lots of fun just to hover and land too. Note: It is imperative to fly in a big space and then go high before morphing into forward flight. After morphing, keep motors running and wait till it levels out before trying to turn. Only pulse the controls to turn or it will turn sharp into the ground. Once you get the hang of it, you will find this loads of fun. See the Switchblade at www.airhogs.com Thanks for watching. Dave
The “official story” is: changing supplier forced GW to change product names and colors, because they are a property of manufacturer. If someone will tell you something like that, please ask him: 1. Do you suggest, that GW employees are so incompetent to not register trade mark of best selling product? (best selling product is – or was – Chaos Black paint) 2. How do you explain, that GW changed the supplier of paints many times always keeping the names of the paints? 3. Where can I buy these paints under their well known names? Supplier has these paints, also has rights to these popular names, so where they are?
Jack checks out the Chef Basket to see if it’s worth getting. Be sure to join Jack’s new cooking community at: CookingWithJack.net and you might get your recipe put on Jack’s show.
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