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You need:
1 pair of stockings
1 empty plastic (small ) candy bucket
Tape

Do like this
Cut the stockings in 2part nog enough to fit the hole at the bucket.
Place them over eachother and use tape to make it stick!

Cut the candybucket 2-3cm from the top an leave a pice (5cmlong 2 cm wide) to use to set it up in your studio.
Place in front of the mic and record!

Apply spider webs to cuts and scrapes for almost instant wound sealing.

This remedy got a trial by fire the first time I used it when I got an extremely deep cut from a can lid and the bleeding was profuse. I grabbed a few webs from outside the door and applied them directly to the wound, debris and all. Then I used a butterfly bandage to hold the wound edges together after the web was applied. This happened on a Friday evening, and by Monday the cut was sealed tight and no longer needed any bandage. There was very little soreness and no redness, irritation or swelling. The finger was completely usable by that Monday.

The web seems to cause clotting immediately and it hardens to form a natural scab protection that readily peels off when wet. I have, unfortunately, had reason to use this remedy several times and each time I get the same results.

The only side effect I have noticed is that the wound tends to itch due to the rapid healing.

Apparently, there is natural antibiotic properties to spider webs which make them ‘a natural’ at wound healing and cell regeneration. Who would have thought that nature’s artists were ‘drawing’ with such a useful and healing material? The web of the golden-silk orb-weaver, a specific kind of spider, is being researched for its ability to help mammalian neuronal regeneration – or regeneration of the neurons of the retina. This has already shown effective and is being pursued as a procedure that leaves the patient scar-free, very important in a delicate area such as the eye.

Bundles of spider silk has also been used to graft severed nerves when nothing else has shown so effective. There is still as yet, research to be done with the illusive, yet ever-greater mystery-revealing spider web for healing wounds- though findings thus far are promising. The next time you cut yourself with the kitchen knife, or even let the paper fall too deeply- leaving a split in the skin – reach for a spider web, you may be amazed at how these sticky friendly spider’s nets can help.

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How to Watch Just the Super Bowl Commercials

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Let’s be honest, you watch the Super Bowl for the commercials. Well, now you don’t have to put yourself through all the whistles, flags, and “Omahas.” You can stream them all online—some even before the big game—and make all those companies feel silly for spending $5 million to air a 30-second spot.

Watch Commercials Now With YouTube AdBlitz

You can watch all of the Super Bowl ad teasers (yes there are teasers for ads now) and pre-released ads on YouTube right now. If you’re using a browser, just head to the YouTube AdBlitz home page. From there you can browse the currently released Super Bowl commercials, or search for specific commercials by keyword or brand.

If you can’t use your browser (or just don’t want to), you can still access the same content on your mobile device or through your streaming devices. The YouTube app is available on iOS phones and tablets, Android phones and tablets, Apple TV, Amazon Fire, Roku, Playstation 4, Xbox One, and Google Chromecasts. Download it if you don’t have it already, then search for the “YouTube AdBlitz” channel. It won’t have the same slick interface the dedicated web site has, but you’ll still be able to see all the teaser and pre-release ads. You’ll also be able to find and watch all of the Super Bowl commercials from previous years if you feel like comparing.

Keep in mind, not every ad is released early. You’ll probably have to check back after the game to see every ad that aired. It’s safe to say, however, that YouTube AdBlitz will probably have most, if not all, ads up by Sunday night, and definitely the ones people will be talking about on Monday.

Check for New Ads With Super Bowl Hashtags on Twitter

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If you’re hoping to catch Super Bowl ads as they drop, follow the #SB50 and #SuperBowl hashtags on Twitter. Open up your Twitter app or head to the Twitter home page, and search those hashtags. Then choose the “video” tab. You’ll see a lot of videos, but if you browse through them, you’ll also see when major brands share their newly-aired commercials with the twitterverse. Not the most efficient method, but helpful if you’re mobile or only want to catch certain commercials (this year’s Mountain Dew commercial, for example, which is hilarious and weird).

How to Watch Just the Halftime Show

Who doesn’t want to see Coldplay, Bruno Mars, and the Queen Bey perform a free live concert? Besides, the best commercials are at halftime anyway. Kickoff is at 6:30 p.m. EST (3:30 p.m. PST), and according to Joe Flint at the Los Angeles Times, the average NFL game runs for about three hours and 12 minutes (including actual game time, commercial breaks, and time in between plays). So we’ll split that in two, making the first half about an hour and a half long.

If you want to catch the halftime show, change the channel to CBS—or tune into the free CBS Sports livestreamno later than 8:00 p.m. EST (5:00 p.m. PST). To be safe, check in with the game around 15 minutes before then. If you want to catch Lady Gaga sing the national anthem tune in for the CBS Kickoff Show from 6-6:30 p.m. EST (3-3:30 p.m. PST).

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Build a Little Text-to-Speech Machine with a Raspberry Pi
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Ever wanted your Raspberry Pi to talk to you? Adafruit has a guide for adding speech synthesis to a Pi so it can say all kinds of things. In their example, they build a little talking clock, but you can do all sorts of things with it once you get the software installed.

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This Week's Top Downloads
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Turn an Old Fridge into an Awesome Party-Friendly Cooler
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Before you get rid of that old, broken refrigerator, think of what you could do with it—like turning it into this interesting, rustic cooler. The plans for this project come from Instructables user Matt2 Silver. You’ll need about $40 worth of materials, including pallets, casters, and 2x4s.

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How to Watch Just the Super Bowl Commercials
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Let’s be honest, you watch the Super Bowl for the commercials. Well, now you don’t have to put yourself through all the whistles, flags, and “Omahas.” You can stream them all online—some even before the big game—and make all those companies feel silly for spending $5 million to air a 30-second spot.

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Build a Little Text-to-Speech Machine with a Raspberry Pi
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How to Stream Tonight's ABC News Republican Debate, No Cable Required
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The Republican presidential candidates are hosting their first debate post-Iowa tonight on ABC, with most candidates in attendance. If you’re interested in watching, here’s how to tune in for free, at home or on the go.

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