Creating a safe and appropriate environment for your bearded dragon requires knowledge of the animal's place of origin, as well as elements of an artificial habitat that enrich the lizard's daily living. Host Israel Dupont and herpetologist Hillary Dupont take you through step by step in what turns out to be a fun experience of science mixed with reptile interior decorating.
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Nutritionist Kendra Coppey explains why calcium is vital to your health and teaches you where to find this mineral in your daily diet!
Safecracking is something that most of us will only come in contact with in the movies, where strange men and women stick their head against safes and twist dials until the safe magically opens. If your interest in gaining entrance to safes that aren't yours goes beyond that, this video will teach you most of what you need to know. It features a prominent lockpicker giving a 30 minutes presentation on non-destructive safecracking techniques.
Horses don't kick their owners and handlers unless they think it is okay, or unless they think there won't be any repercussions for their actions. The gentleman in this video shows you that being gentle with your horse can go a long way!
In this how-to video from Household Hacker, we show you how to disguise a common household item as a safe to hide all your goodies in.
Concrete decor has been popular as of late, and the newest trend is dinnerware. At the London Design Festival last week, designer Vidó Nóri debuted a gorgeous new collection of geometric serving trays and bowls. There's no arguing that they look incredible, but this particular set will run you $20-80 per piece, which adds up quite a bit. If you don't want to spend that much cash, it's really simple to make your own elegant-looking concrete cheeseboard. Rebecca on A Daily Something made this b...
This tutorial is a great guide on how you can make a set of safe, foam-tipped arrows. You'll need to start with some hobby arrows, metal washers, wall anchors, a small NERF football, a hot glue gun, glue sticks, measuring tape and a foam golf ball or blue camping foam.
There are times when you must start up your Windows XP computer system in Safe Mode, for example if you need to remove certain viruses, key loggers, adware, etc. that cannot be removed while in standard mode. If you want to learn how to boot in safe mode in Windows XP, you should watch this. 1. Turn on your computer. Make sure your monitor is on and you do not step away from your computer, as booting into safe mode happens within the first minute of when you turn on your computer. You should ...
If you're in desperate need of a quick makeup look without a lot of application time, for those days when you need to fly out the door (which is practically daily), then this video by Dunja Ghag will show you her process for her daily and easy makeup routine, which starts with a thin layer of primer, which helps keep the skin soft and smooth, and helps prolong the life of your foundation. Watch to recreate this daily makeup look, perfect for work or play.
Mary from VLine industries shows up how to Install a wall safe into a closet wall. For this example, she used a DOJ approved Wall Safe from VLine. The first step to the installation is to find where the studs are in the wall and make sure there is no electrical or plumbing behind the wall. Next, after locating the studs with a stud finder or by knocking on the wall, you measure and mark the space you will need for the wall safe. Use your dry wall knife to cut the space for the wall safe out b...
No water should be considered safe unless it is treated. Please take all precautions before drinking water you find in creeks and streams. Even water that looks safe may contain harmful bacteria and viruses. Learn how to recognize water that is safe to drink.
Make a hidden safe out of a whipped cream can. Kipkay shows you how to make a secret stash for valuables with just some magnets and glue.
Want softer skin, and to see in the dark? Then step right up for your daily dose of Vitamin A!
Sure, "normal" is cozy and safe, like a glass of warm milk before bed. It gets the job done, but there's no pizzazz, no flair. We wake up, slug back some okay coffee (not good, certainly not great, but just okay), and we're shunted off to a gray cubicle in a gray building. Sure, we can't all be stuntmen and rock stars, but there is a way to inject a little zip into your day.
This tutorial shows you how to make a very safe short sword with a stabbing tip that will pass safety inspection for most games. You'll need filament tape, cloth tape, glues and adhesives, a fiberglass or graphite core and foam coating.
One of the most memorable and fun activities during the summer is grilling hot dogs, slabs of steak, and chicken on the grill outside. But using a gas grill and propane tank can be potentially very hazardous.
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to start a Microsoft Windows computer in safe mode. Begin by turning on your computer. As your computer starts up, press F8 before Windows launches. Tap the F8 key slowly (about 1 second apart) as soon as the computer starts up. Keep tapping until the Windows Advanced Options Menu appears. The use the arrow keys to select the appropriate safe mode option and press ENTER. You may need to log into your User account. This video will benefit viewers who u...
As far as landings go, it seems that there is nothing more basic than a standard, normal approach and landing. Even the name suggests that this is a bland procedure of routine and mundane performance. Despite disguise, however, the normal approach and landing is one of the most challenging parts of any flight to consistently master.
No smartphone is immune to software issues, even one as advanced as the Galaxy S9 and S9+. Bugs can be caused by a multitude of issues, such as third-party apps that just refuse to play well with your device's OS. Thankfully, there's a simple way for you to check if your S9's bugs are due to uncooperative apps.
Add to your boffer larp arsenal with these foam arrows! This tutorial shows you how to make a modular boffer arrow out of three different kinds of foam, a cloth cover, arrowhead shafts, scissors, duct tape and your favorite kind of spray adhesive.
If you don't have the time to hit the gym everyday, Woman's Day Magazine has some tips for you to do your daily firm and tone workout at home, on your own time! Firming and toning your body is one of the most important aspects of weight loss, so if you want to shed some pounds, watch and learn and use this exercise routine daily!
Learn the basics of safety play in 9 ball pool. This video covers some common misconceptions regarding breaking and running that many beginners hold.
This is an easy step by step tutorial how to lock your jewels in a hotel room or in a public safe. Be aware that in a public safe it is more secure to use the second method of locking by a magnetic card, not by a PIN code that can be easily seen by someone nearby.
This tutorial shows you how you create a boffer larp safe pair of werewolf claws. Start with some basic heavy gloves, like gardening gloves, then cut out your claws from foam (at least three inches long!), and then follow along with the tutorial to end up with your own awesome monster claws!
In this tutorial, we learn how to make a safe password. Passwords are essential, and need to be safe for when browsing around the internet. Other people aren't meant to be able to nose around your information, so protect your information with an indecipherable password. Don't choose a password that is easy to crack, never use personal information. A random number in the phone book isn't a good idea either, software used by hackers can crack these. Make sure your password is 8 characters long ...
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to dial open a combination safe lock. Begin by turning the lock 4 times to the left. Then turn the lock 3 times to the right. Now turn the lock 2 times to the left and finish by turning it one more time to the right. Users should hear and feel a click when they finish turning the lock. When locking the safe, turn the lock 4 or more times to the left. to ensure security. This video will benefit those viewers who have a safe lock and would like to learn...
If you're only fighting with foam, you don't want a professional hunting weapon. But you can refit a commercial crossobw and make it larp safe. Starting with the Cobra crossbow, you can modify it to safely shoot foam tipped arrows at a boffer larp.
You will need a pin, a pair of pipe cutters, a razor or X-acto knife, 3/4 inch PVC pipe, 3/8 inch closed cell insulation foam, open cell foam (like AC insulation) and silver duct tape. Once you have everything, follow along to make a safe and awesome boffer sword!
In the Colonist Mission of Safe Haven on Starcraft 2: Wings of Liberty, you'll have two choices, either to "Protect the Colony" or "Purify the Colony". This video will show you how to "Protect the Colony," because you want to make sure the Doc is pleased. Watch the full NextGenTactics campaign walkthrough to see all the action.
Need some help figuring out how to configure safe frames and grids in Maya 2011 when animating for specific output source? This clip will show you how it's done. Whether you're new to Autodesk's popular modeling software or a seasoned 3D artist just looking to better acquaint yourself with the Maya 2011 workflow, you're sure to be well served by this video tutorial. For specifics, watch this free video guide.
Need a way to hide your small pricey or memorable objects? Well, what better place to hide those cherished items than in a burning candle? Unless your robbers have a thing for scented and aromatic candles.
Check out this DIY video tutorial from Curbly, the best place to share pictures of your home, find design ideas, and get expert home-improvement advice.
Want a safe place to hide your stash? Here's how to build a miniature electronic safe out of an Altoids tin and a Hallmark musical greeting card.
This tutorial video will show you how to run the browser in safe mode for faster internet speed. In browsers add-ons consume memory and slow down the browser’s speed. But you could open your browser in safe mode where the browser opens without add-ons. This safe mode increases internet or browser speed.
There are many different things that could contribute to a power or gas outage or accident in your home. To be properly prepared for an emergency or other situations that endanger you, take a look at this video from SDGE on simple tips to keep safe, including discovering gas leaks and using power generators to maintain eletricity in your home during an outage.
Newly pregnant couples have yet another thing to worry about - how the pregnancy and subsequent child might affect their sex life. In most cases, it's perfectly safe to have sex - and pregnancy may even help improve sex between the couple!
Need some help figuring out how to install and uninstall programs when operating within Windows' Safe Mode? This clip will show you how it's done. It's simple! So simple, in fact, that this home-computing how-to can present a complete, step-by-step overview of the process in just over three minutes. For more information, including complete, step-by-step instructions, take a look.
In this tutorial, talk show host Jenny Jones shows you how to make a totally edible cleaning solution that is great around the house. The best part is that this is totally safe for kids and pets and can be used for so many different things. Jenny will also show you how to make a dispenser so that it is easier to keep this cleaner around the house and use it. Check it out!
Trapster is a cool website that works just like Google Maps or MapQuest, with a twist! In addition to turn by turn driving directions, you will also get the locations of police speed traps along your route. Stay safe and in control- and avoid a costly ticket - with this free web based service.