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How To: Know if she's a player or just scared

Today, Dan and Jenn answer a tough question from a man that is confused by the behavior of his significant other. Apparently, the asker's girlfriend has said she wants to take a break from the relationship. The asker is confused by his girlfriend's behavior and wants to know what is going on. Dan and Jenn offer several possible answers. Dan says that is very likely that the woman in question means exactly as she says. Jenn, on the other hand, suggests that the asker wait it out and see what h...

How To: Balance chemical equations properly

Confused by the equations in chemistry class? This tutorial is here to help! Clark College Tutoring and Writing Center tutors Kevin Martin and Joey Smokey explain how to balance chemical equations, providing examples and tips in this two part video series. You will definitely improve your test scores after watching this step by step program.

How To: Start meditating like David Lynch

What would David Lynch do? Well, being a deep, deep man, David Lynch would meditate. Elephant Man, Eraserhead, the Straight Story, Blue Velvet, and so on, David Lynch has been writing and directing movies that have alternately scared, confused, and inspired an international audience and devoted fan base. Cinematic genius or no, Lynch is still just a man, who is filled with anxiety and wants happiness. Watch this video tutorial and learn how to get involved in transcendental meditation and how...

How To: Bend it like Beckham (or curve a soccer ball)

In this how to video, you will learn how to curve a soccer ball. First, you will need to know how to shoot a ball. To shoot, line up striaght with the ball and keep your knee over it. Strike it with your toe pointed down and on the center of the ball. To curve the ball, line up with the side of the ball. Kick the ball so that the inside of the foot hits the ball on the side. When you follow through your kicking foot, your arm should swing across your body. This causes the ball to spin which m...

How To: Make a Military Bugle Cord Decorative Knot

Bugle cords are used as elaborate ornamental leashes on bugles and trumpets, but they are also used as snazzy ornamentation, called aiguillettes (a type of fourragère), on uniforms worn by certain members of the military. While you could buy one pre-made, you could also make one yourself. But this should not be confused with the infantry blue cord of the U.S. Army, which is another type of fourragère only with more elaborate knotting.

How To: Divide mixed numbers

In this easy to understand video, intuitive instructions are given on how to divide mixed numbers. This video will help you quickly learn a fast and easy method for simplifying and then dividing mixed numbers. If you have ever gotten confused when trying to learn about mixed number division, this video will walk you, step by step, through the best process. The video contains a voice over and visual demonstration of how to do an example mixed number division problem.

How To: Test out different photography tripods

There are many types of photography tripods for using in different shooting situations. Watch this instructional photography video to test out different tripods from mini to mighty. Make sure to label your tripod with your name and address, because at a large photo shoots, tripods often get lost, stolen, or confused with other tripods. Most of these tripods work well with digital SLR cameras and 35mm film cameras.

How To: Do the shuffle kick when c-walking

This is a dance tutorial video on how to do the shuffle kick. This is a c-walk move, not to be confused with a Melbourne shuffle move. Basically, you just keep shuffling and add a "kick" whenever you feel like it. Watch this instructional c-walking video and learn how to perform advanced c-walk moves.

How To: Do c-walk dance V moves

Confused by the quick leg work of c-walk dancers? It doesn't take any street cred to do this dance, though it helps, all you need is practice and some helpful tips. Watch this video c-walk tutorial and learn how to do the V, the V stepback, the forward V, the V split, and other V variation moves.

How To: Prank the mouse click buttons

This is actually a really easy and fun prank to pull off. What it does is simply switch the right click on your mouse, to the left click, and switch the left click, to the right click. Confused yet? Follow these simple instructions to test it out yourself, and enjoy your victims reactions when they get this prank pulled on them, trust me, it's funny!

How To: Edit with Sony Movie Studio / Vegas Video

In this video, we learn how to edit with Sony Movie Studio / Vegas Video. You will be able to see all your tracks to open up when you are in the program. First, open up all the elements you will need in your media pool. After this, add in transitions from each of the different slides and add in music as well. Place the slides next to each other to easily create the transition without getting the different slides confused. Play the preview to the slides to see how they look as you are creating...

How To: Execute the wooden spoon head hitting prank

The wooden spoon prank is one of the great group pranks, especially if you have a big group of spectators that won't ruin it right away. What you do is get three wooden cooking spoons and an accomplice. Your accomplice will challenge your victim to a game where they take turn seeing who can hit each other's head the hardest with a wooden spoon held in the mouth. The victim goes first, landing a weak hit on your accomplices head. What the victim doesn't know is that you have a spoon too, and a...

How To: Play the dizi, a Chinese bamboo flute

In this video, we learn how to play the dizi, a Chinese bamboo flute. First, fine the mouth hole where you place your mouth. After this, look to see the different finger holes that are on the side of the flute. At the end, you will see air vents that are not to be confused with the finger holes. To prepare the flute, you can twist it so the pitch is changed when you play it. Now, place your fingers along the finger holes and start to blow into the mouth opening. After you do this, you will be...

How To: Understand rheumatoid arthritis

In this tutorial, we learn how to understand rheumatoid arthritis. This concentrates by attacking the joint spaces and causing a reaction. This doesn't happen for an exact reason, but it usually occurs in older individuals between 40-60 years old. This also occurs in young children rarely. The symptoms are when the joints become inflamed and painful. This happens around the knees, ankles, neck, and more. This attacks both sides of the body and the same body parts at once. Fatigue, fevers, mor...

How To: Play beer pong like a champion

In this tutorial, we learn how to play beer pong like a champion. You will want to learn how to different types of throws so you can make the shot every single time. There are many different types of throws to learn, so take your time to figure out how to do all of these! After this, you will want to learn how to play defense so you can block any balls from getting into your cup. Try psyching out your opponent so they get confused and can't focus on what they are doing. After this, you will h...

Become a judge for Magic: The Gathering

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to become a judge for the card game, Magic: The Gathering. The best way to join is to contact a level 2 judge. Judges must put rules in context. If confused or unsure, use online forums for a guide. Interact with the judge community. You don't have to be a certified judge to run a local event. The tournament policies and procedures can be found in the Universal Tournament Rules, Floor Rules or PCI Penalty guidelines. This video will benefit those view...

How To: Search YouTube more efficiently with search operators

Searching YouTube is tough, because there's a plethora of content, so sometimes i's best to do an advanced search. This is not to be confused with the "search options" available during a YouTube search query, because those are limited to key features of YouTube, but not specific search terms. Much like Google, you can search YouTube via search operators. Many of the same search operators that work on Google work on YouTube also. Filter your results the way you want, not the way they want. You...

How To: Dress fashionably and professionally

How we dress can matter a lot when it comes to our professional advancement? Christina Vonges gives useful tips on how to dress professionally yet fashionably in this how to video. Adding a bold scarf will add a punch to any basic outfit. When looking for a job Invest on a suit in classic and solid colors. Paring black with a pop color like blue and red signals for a after office party evening. Keep your dressing style clean and simple. This will give a conservative and traditional look. Peop...

How To: Use the right words in the SAT comprehension section

Eva Holz with SAT Confidential demonstrates how to use the right words in the SAT comprehension section. Don't confuse similar words like affect which is a verb and effect which is a noun. The words imminent and eminent may also be tested. Note also the words inferred and implied which also get confused with each other. Also, don't use the wrong idiom. A wrong idiom may often be paired with a preposition. Finally, don't use the wrong verb. Similar words, idioms and verbs are tested most often...

How To: Create cartoon emoticons on Facebook

This is a video montage of Facebook emoticons while Metallica plays loudly. The website Facebokemoticons presents Facebook shapes, symbols, smileys, and emoticons that are available for download off their website for free. They demonstrate the various keystrokes for smile , wink, tongue, curly lips, kiss, grumpy, glasses, sunglasses, upset, confused, shark, gasp, Pac-man, squint, devil, unsure, frown, cry, Chris Putnam, robot, heart, angel, Kiki, and penguin. Then, they show a close-up of eve...

How To: Factor a trinomial with negative leading coefficient

In this video the instructor shows how to factor a trinomial with negative leading coefficient. Most of the students are confused when they have to factor a trinomial with a negative leading coefficient. But there are many ways to solve these kind of problems as shown in this video. One way you can do is that take out the greatest common factor (GCF) of -1 from the equation. So pulling the -1 gives you the original trinomial with all the signs of the terms changed. Now go on and factor the ne...

How To: Heat the front seats in a 2010 Toyota 4Runner

How to use Toyota 4Runner heated seats in this short video, we find out from Toyota one of the many benefits of owning their 4Runner SUV. In selected models of the 4Runner there are heated seats. If you are confused at all about operating the heated seats, this should put you at ease. It is no more challenging than turning a dial. The team at Toyota has added this feature and you can learn how to most effectively take advantage of heated seats, which will come in handy for that next blizzard.

How To: Convert large numbers into scientific notation

Confused about scientific notation? In this informative video, Doug Simms from free math tutoring helps you work with large numbers more efficiently by converting them into scientific notation. Let this expert walk you through easy to understand marker board examples covering all of the basics of scientific notation, including exponents, decimals, and how to convert numbers back and forth between different notation forms. Don't let confusing science problems get you down when Doug Simms is ar...

How To: Solve equations with variables on both sides

Confused in math class and need some extra help? This educational video gives instruction on how to solve mathematical algebraic equations. It shows you how to break an equation down and make them less scary to solve. Step-by-step instructions show you how to solve more complicate equations when there is a variable on both sides of the equation. An instructional video for students who need some extra help on their math homework, or parents who can't remember what they learned in high school.

How To: Cut a pomegranate open

Ever wanted to enjoy the sweet taste of pomegranate but were confused about how to actually get to the fruit? Use this simple method to cut open your fruit. Take a small, sharp knife such as a paring knife or pocketknife. Slice a thin round off the top, stem end. This will leave several tops of fruit sections visible. Cut a small cone shape out of the center about 3/4 of an inch deep. Use the knife to slice from one end of the fruit to the other along the white pith dividing the segments of t...

How To: Measure angles with a protractor in Geometry

Confused with how to use your protractor for Geometry homework? In this helpful video, Doug Simmons from free math tutoring provides easy to understand classroom examples explaining how to use both sets of numbers on your protractor. Provides easy to remember rules that will keep you from fumbling with the common confusions of protractor use. Doug also explains common mistakes that you should avoid in order to start getting the right answers in your math problems. Finally, math tutorials at y...