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Walkthrough Left 4 Dead 2: C2, Dark Carnival - Concert

Don't let L4D2 get the best of you. Take control by checking out this video on Campaign 2: Dark Carnival - Concert. Grab your guns and go out the door. There is really only one path to follow, so move right around the venue until you reach the stage. Feel free to use up your ammo as there will be a refill when you reach the end. There are bathrooms to your right and left, but it isn't worth your time to search them. Clear out any zombies in the stage area. You must then flip the switch on the...

How To: Get out of a speeding ticket with Officer Brian

If you do get stopped pull over to the right and make sure you are off the road. If it is at night turn your interior lights on. Keep your hands on top of the steering wheel until the officer tells you what to do. If he asks you do you know why I stopped you always answer no. He will then ask for your drivers license, registration, and insurance. If it is in your glove box or your wallet tell him what you are going to do. This shows respect for the officer. Before he goes back to his car make...

How To: Which Stores Accept Apple Pay? The Always Up-to-Date List

Apple Pay has been available to use in stores, as well as in select apps and websites, ever since its first appearance in iOS 8.1. Now, with iOS 12, there are currently 13 different iPhone models that support Apple Pay functionality without the use of an Apple Watch, and the list of partnered stores that accept Apple Pay has only grown. Here's our always-up-to-date list to keep you in the know.

How To: Beat a speeding ticket

This video is meant to teach you how to beat a speeding ticket. First you must try and not get a ticket. This video lists several things that will help you avoid paying a ticket. After you try that your best bet is to try and talk your way out of it right then when you get it. Be polite and careful with any quick moments. Try and convince the police officer that they are wrong and be confident. Imagine the police officer holding a baby. Do not try and plead with them. Don't kiss his ass. Don'...

How To: Deal with a traffic ticket & not raise your insurance

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to deal with a traffic ticket. When you pay for a ticket, don't just ignore it because there is always a hidden cost to a speeding ticket. Speeding tickets may cause insurance rates to go up. To avoid the insurance penalty, users should either go to court or traffic school. Going to traffic school to take the ticket off of your driving record. Another method is to cut a deal with the prosecutor. The key is to keep the points off your record and not al...

How To: Play major chords on a soprano or concert ukulele

There's no getting around it: if you want to get good at playing the ukulele or any other instrument, you'll need to practice. Fortunately, the Internet is awash in free uke lessons like this one. This particular tutorial provides a detailed, step-by-step overview of how to form and play C, D, E, F, G, A and B major chords on a soprano or concert ukulele using standard GCEA tuning.

How To: Vary pitch and sound on a concert bass drum

Tom Gauger has played percussion with the Boston Symphony and Boston Pops Orchestras for over 35 years and has also served on the faculty at Boston University and the Boston University Tanglewood Institute. In this installment from his series of video lessons dedicated to breaking down the basic skills necessary for playing the concert bass drum, Tom will demonstrate where to strike the drum to get a desired pitch or sound.

How To: Strike a concert bass drum properly

Tom Gauger has played percussion with the Boston Symphony and Boston Pops Orchestras for over 35 years and has also served on the faculty at Boston University and the Boston University Tanglewood Institute. In this installment from his series of video lessons dedicated to breaking down the basic skills necessary for playing the concert bass drum, Tom will demonstrate the basic drum stroke.

How To: Dampen, or muffle, a concert bass drum

Tom Gauger has played percussion with the Boston Symphony and Boston Pops Orchestras for over 35 years and has also served on the faculty at Boston University and the Boston University Tanglewood Institute. In this installment from his series of video lessons dedicated to breaking down the basic skills necessary for playing the concert bass drum, Tom will teach you three basic dampening techniques.

How To: Play rolls on a concert bass drum

Tom Gauger has played percussion with the Boston Symphony and Boston Pops Orchestras for over 35 years and has also served on the faculty at Boston University and the Boston University Tanglewood Institute. In this installment from his series of video lessons dedicated to breaking down the basic skills necessary for playing the concert bass drum, Tom will teach you how to play a roll on your bass drum. Play "Thus Spake Zarathustra" with this how-to!

How To: Tune a concert bass drum

Tom Gauger has played percussion with the Boston Symphony and Boston Pops Orchestras for over 35 years and has also served on the faculty at Boston University and the Boston University Tanglewood Institute. In this installment from his series of video lessons dedicated to breaking down the basic skills necessary for playing the concert bass drum, Tom will teach you how to tune your bass drum.

How To: Change Your Primary Shipping & Billing Addresses on PayPal to Avoid Purchasing Mishaps

Whenever you move into a new home, whether that's a house or apartment, changing addresses on all your online accounts is one of the most monotonous tasks that needs to be done. It's even more tedious when you have to update both shipping and billing addresses. But it's necessary, and if you regularly use PayPal, it'll be one of the first places you'll want to update.

How To: Save on airfare with 5 very important tips

Do you always go broke when you buy airline tickets? Is it confusing to keep going from website to website to try and find the best deals? Well, if you are having trouble booking cheap flights, have a look at this tutorial. In this video, Rick Seaney, CEO of FareCompare.com and ABC News coorespondent, shares with you the top 5 tips for nabbing the best ticket price.

How To: Buy Polish train & bus tickets in Polish

In this tutorial, we learn how to buy Polish train tickets in polish. To say "I'd like 2 tickets for the intercity to Poznan", you would say "Poproze dwa bilety na InterCity do Poznania". To say "first or second class?", you will say "Pierwsza czy druga klasa". To say second you will say "druga" and to say smoking or non smoking you would ask "Dla palacych czy niepalacych". Knowing these can help you purchase train or bus tickets if you are traveling abroad. Although you will want to practice...

How To: Fly stand-by

Need to leave town earlier or later than planned? Flying stand-by is not as simple as it used to be. Learn how to fly stand by - you never know when it may be necessary.

How To: Get the Lucky/Unlucky Titles in Guild Wars (02/12/10)

This video explains how to get lucky or unlucky titles in Guild Wars. The way you get luck titles is to either to good or bad tasks which lead to getting tickets toward your titles. One step you have to take is by getting tickets from the festival ticket character in the game. After completing the shown tasks you will have a various degree of points leading towards your luck titles. The most rings you can use in a day is nine which costs around two million gold in Guild wars. Picking locks is...

How To: The Trick to Hearing Your Friends Better at Loud Clubs & Concerts (And Having Them Hear You)

You may not notice it when you're intoxicated and banging your head to the music, but when you're at a club or concert, your ears are getting seriously damaged. The noise level is usually above most people's pain threshold for sound, which begins around 120 to 140 decibels. At that level, it only takes a few minutes to damage your hearing. For me, there's something even worse than long-term hearing loss in a loud environment—not being able to hear or talk to your friends.

How To: Play Ticket to Ride

Board game enthusiast Scott Nicholson reviews a new game each week showing you the pieces and rules of play, as well and demonstrating the game with friends. This weeks game, Ticket to Ride, is about collecting cards and claiming routes.

How To: Listen to music with your whole body

In this soaring demonstration, deaf percussionist Evelyn Glennie leads the audience through an exploration of music not as notes on a page, but as an expression of the human experience. Playing with sensitivity and nuance informed by a soul-deep understanding of and connection to music, she talks about a music that is more than sound waves perceived by the human ear. She illustrates a richer picture that begins with listening to yourself, and includes emotion and intent as well as the complex...

How To: Avoid speeding tickets

Speeding tickets are one of the worst things a driver fears on the highway, aside from wrecking, of course. But you can get home safe without getting a ticket. You just need to keep your vehicle off the radar by following these stealthy driving techniques.

How To: Make the Most of Your Trip to the Movie Theater with These Apps

With the list of available mobile apps for moviegoers constantly expanding and improving, seeing a film at your local theater has never been better. With the right apps for your iPhone or Android phone, you can research movies, find out if showings are sold out, reserve seats, save money on tickets and concessions, preorder popcorn and soda, and even find dull bathroom-worthy scenes.

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