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How To: Spot a Heavy Drinker with Eye Contact

Did you know that your face shows others how much alcohol you drink? Whether you've never had a sip of booze with those around you or you're known as the party animal of the group, the genes that shape your appearance also show others just how much you enjoy liquor. Pinpointing the big drinker in any setting is easy to determine: you just need to make eye contact.

How To: Get the Happy Birthday trophy in Heavy Rain

In this video, we learn how to get the Happy Birthday trophy in Heavy Rain. To start, you will first need to complete your drawing, set the table, and then play with your kids. You play the game as an architect, so this will be fun if you like to draw. Draw in the picture by pressing the buttons on the remote as they come up on the screen. Do the draw over and over until it's final. Then, as you set the table press the buttons on the remote to correspond. When you finish playing with the kids...

How To: Get the Negotiator trophy in Heavy Rain

Gus and Geoff show you how to get the achievement of Negotiator Bronze Trophy in Heavy Rain. You will be playing as Scott Shelby. Your goal is to convince the store robber to leave without resorting to violence. Take the left aisle; in the center aisle there is a bag of chips on the floor that will cause too much noise. Raise your hands, and don't tackle the robber. Choose "name" and tell the robber your name and ask for his. Choose "reason" and tell the robber that "It isn't worth it.". Choo...

How To: Make your own butter from heavy cream

You can buy heavy cream or whipping cream at the grocery store, and then mix it in an electric mixer at home. Set your mixer to medium high (and make sure you've set up a shield of plastic wrap to protect against spatter!) and mix for five minutes. Then pour and drain, and you've got homemade butter!

How To: Unlock the FBI Investigator trophy in Heavy Rain

In this tutorial, we learn how to unlock the FBI Investigator trophy in Heavy Rain. To get this trophy, you have to get all the clues at the crime scene the first time you play it. While you are in the level, you will need to look at the victim and the things that are surrounding them. There are four clues that are in the video, the last one is harder to find than the rest. Look at the person's hand to help find more. There are a couple clues outside and a couple more outside on the hill. Whe...

How To: Use heavy & light pronunciations in Arabic

In this tutorial, we learn how to use heavy & light pronunciations in Arabic. As you practice doing these pronunciations, you will need to watch the video where the letters are drawn out for you. It will also help you to hear the pronunciation done by a native speaker so you can get an idea of exactly how to say each letter. The letters differ greatly between how you say it in English and will change depending on what words you are using them in. As you learn how to pronounce these, you will ...

How To: Properly put on a heavy mountaineering backpack

In this video, we learn how to properly put on a heavy mountaineering backpack. It's very important to do this properly, or else you can severely injure your back. To put this on, grab the strap with both of your hands, then lift it up onto your knees, then slide it and kick it up onto your back. Next tie it around your waist and pull it so it's nice and tight. After this, use a chest strap so it's tight, but not enough so that you cannot breathe and it takes weight off your shoulders. Next, ...

How To: Write heavy metal music with songwriting tips

System of a Down. Motley Crue. No matter who you are, a heavy metal song is almost instantaneously recognizable, with bands as diverse as System of a Down and Motley Crue banging out deep, distorted guitar riffs and emphatic beats. The muscal genre of heavy metal is a headache for adults and a form of rebellion for kids, which is why you'll always seen teens rebelling by blaring this music on full volume.

How To: Convert top heavy fractions to mixed numbers

This is a video tutorial in the Education category where you are going to learn how to convert top heavy fractions to mixed numbers. Top heavy fractions are fractions with numerators greater than denominators. Mixed numbers are combination of whole numbers and fractions. To convert 12/5, find out how many 5s are in 12. The answer is 2 and after you remove two 5s from 12, you are left with 2. So, 12/5 is equal to 2 2/5. Similarly, in 10/3, you have three 3s in 10 and you are left with 1. So, 1...

How To: Do the Heavy Chain Stitch

The heavy chain stitch used in hand embroidery is a variation of the regular chain stitch, but it creates a wider, thicker chain stitch band. It's an easy stitch to execute. When you want a bolder line, you can substitute it for the regular chain stitch. This video tutorial will show you the basic concept of creating a heavy chain stitch band. Watch this video from Needle 'n Thread to see how it's done.

How To: Convert mixed numbers into top heavy fractions

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to convert mixed numbers to top heavy fractions. This task is very easy, fast and simple. Begin by multiplying the whole number with the denominator and then add the numerator. In the final answer, the numerator will be greater than the denominator. The denominator stays the same and does not change. This video provides several examples and demonstrations for viewers to have a better understanding. This video will benefit those students who are strugg...

How To: Origami a pajarita (bird featured on PS3's Heavy Rain)

In the PlayStation 3 video game Heavy Rain: The Origami Killer, four protagonists are on the hunt for a serial killer who murders young boys and leave behind his calling card… an origami animal. One of those animals, and the one prominently displayed on the cover art and poster art for the game, is the pajarita. Pajarita in Spanish for little bird (or even just origami in general).

How To: Hang heavy objects using toggle bolts

Ron Hazelton shows the most secure way to hang heavy mirrors or art on plaster walls using toggle bolts. Attach a sturdy hanging wire to the piece if necessary. Draw a level line on the wall where the top of the piece will go. Stretch the hanging wire taut and measure the distance between the wire and the top of the frame. A two-bolt system will keep the piece level. Drill two holes this distance below the wall line. Using masking tape prevents the plaster from chipping. Fold the toggle wings...

How To: Scream for heavy metal rock

This is a video series of a heavy metal screaming lesson. The basics are explained and then you learn how to scream properly without hurting yourself. Learn how to breathe, exercise and stretch, scream when speaking, how to actually scream, and finally finding your pitch.

How To: Play the heavy metal scale

In this tutorial, we learn how to play the heavy metal scale. You will start out with the E, B, G, D, A, and E chords on the 5,7, and 8 strings. These will make the heavy metal sound and be fit to the scale. There are different ways you can play this, using small riffs. You can play the strings differently as you go, changing up the order that you put them in. Continue to practice with the scale to better understand how it works. Once you do this, you will be able to better play the heavy met...

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