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https://www.youtube.com/embed/vP6Rr6azUd4 hello everyone today I'm going to show you how to change out a 33 by 22 inch drop in sink I'll show you mine right now and that is what I have currently in and it says you know 6 inch deep 33 by 22 inch drop in sink don't really like it I think it's too shallow and the bowls are a little small to work on larger pots and pans with and the water splashes out of them because they're not deep enough so getting rid of it and what we're going to put in is this glacier big kit sink kit that I got from Home Depot the model number is five five two zero zero eight and the catalog number if you're going to search on on Home Depot's webpage is SM twenty thirty four you type that into the search and you'll get this…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/veyZNyurlwU How to Fold A Paper Airplane, that might fly far. This is how the airplane should look when you finish moddy is here First you need to get a piece of paper reagan and amy were here You will fold it like a Hot Dog Then you will unfold what you just folded Fold the top 2 corners in half they is lieing because that ant the same so like then you fold it again and you fold the sides again now you can go fly away why they always lieing bruh so like bye sisters. As found on YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/embed/ZKSg33lX-HM If you like a smokey taste to your food then cooking with a smoker is for you. Smoking involves slow cooking food at lower temperatures over longer periods of time. Smoking, temperatures are usually between 225 to 250 degrees, and this method works best for cooking large cuts of meat. The temperature can be regulated using the dampers found at the top and bottom of the smoker. By regulating the airflow, you can adjust the temperature up and down. Opening the lower damper will allow more air to flow to the fire and increase the heat. Opening the upper damper will allow more heat to escape and lower the temperature. A good rule of thumb is one to one-and-a-half hours of smoking for each pound of meat. Cooking times will vary based on the exact temperature, the type of meat and the particular smoker you’re using. It’s easier to…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/Er8U4gZt7q0 Because it is sin, k is flooded, the water doesn’t going down very quickly, so I’m gon na fix it so to fix it tonight I think ur, the easiest to be probably the easiest way would be open. Here’S the u-shaped pipe here down to the sink. I have been doing that from time used liquid plumr the reason that ASA, I suspect, if I use this, what if you’ve added the liquid plumber here, the steel will be damaged because the seal here, because this you here I’m trying to cut it off, go to Suit luck see you here is kind of a rubber ring so to protect the seal. Here I decided to open the the trap position. Let’S open up, first of all, you and you taking you up everything in the counter here in the cabinet here and make a room for me…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/GmNOsHgsyTg Hi, Tom here and welcome to this week's Circle Line Art School drawing challenge, start by drawing a vanishing point in the center of your page, next for the buildings, draw two lines to the base of the page and then horizontal line to the vanishing point for the top of the building, now we can add two more horizontal lines and then add some diagonal lines for the vanishing point, to make this building a little bit wider, as we're looking straight up at a very high building, the sides of the building will get closer together as they go towards our vanishing point in the center of the page, once we have the basic shape of the first building, we could add a few details… the floors of the building will all be horizontal lines, parallel to the top of the building and the gaps between the…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/k6U-i4gXkLM The following content is provided under a Creative Commons license. Your support will help MIT OpenCourseware continue to offer high-quality educational resources for free. To make a donation, or view additional materials from hundreds of MIT courses, visit MIT OpenCourseware, at ocw.mit.edu . PROFESSOR: Good morning. Try it again. Good morning. STUDENTS: Good morning. PROFESSOR: Thank you. This is 6.00, also known as Introduction to Computer Science and Programming. My name is Eric Grimson, I have together Professor John Guttag over here, we're going to be lecturing the course this term. I want to give you a heads up; you're getting some serious firepower this term. John was department head for ten years, felt like a century, and in course six, I'm the current department head in course six. John's been lecturing for thirty years, roughly. All right, I'm the young guy, I've only been lecturing for twenty-five years.You…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/_a6Abt8hXq4 BREAKFAST!!! What’s going on everyone it’s… (yawn) What’s going on everyone? This is Carlo The Solution as in the Solution to fitness and today, I’m going to be sharing with you, my meal plan. Now today I’m going to walk you thru my meal plan as my NPC Men’s Physique Competition draws near. So unless you’re competing, you don’t really have to have a precise count on your macros but if your overall goal is to lose weight, you can take bits and pieces of the information I’m giving you and incorporate it into your own diet. This diet routine is broken into 6 meals a day this allows me to hit my goal. So without further adieu let’s get started because I’m starving. So for my first meal, I have my Egg Whites One egg I got Spinach, my oatmeal, and one slice of Ezekiel Bread Alright, so…