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vocal lessons by Graham Dummerford - Fri, 01 Aug 2014 18:34:42 EST ID:h28Q6Tkh No.36749 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Was pretty bummed out to see http://noexcuselist.com/ doesn't have anything for vocal lessons. Youtube is all over the place, half the lessons I find seem good at first and then I realize after a video or two that it's really just warm ups for already experienced people.
Wondering if there's a good all-in-one source of information/tutorials for someone who has never sung in their life? I also can't tell just from hearing a note what pitch it is, so training the ears would be pretty key too.
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Ebenezer Buzzforth - Sat, 02 Aug 2014 13:34:19 EST ID:8KoN+aHy No.36750 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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sing and play the piano at the same time, learn to read music, practice.
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Eliza Blerringwere - Fri, 29 Aug 2014 05:50:18 EST ID:frK8BIPN No.36849 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm bumping this. Interested myself. I'm gonna start taking vocal lessons with my old guitar teacher.
>>36750
Also I began this route too. Start taking piano lessons. I've been avoiding learning how to read because it is so tedious to get good at it. I do know how to read music, just I'm so fucking slow I don't consider myself able.
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Eliza Blerringwere - Fri, 29 Aug 2014 05:51:49 EST ID:frK8BIPN No.36850 Ignore Report Quick Reply
started*
>>36849
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Molly Hindlesug - Fri, 29 Aug 2014 10:59:20 EST ID:N1XRAwDY No.36852 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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There really is very little out there for complete beginners, and to be honest nothing I can think of that I would recommend. Everything I've ever come across seems to assume you can sing a bit or at least 'pitch' ie. be able to sing a note back accurately if it's sung to you or played on an instrument. To get to that point, I'd recommend investing in a cheap keyboard or guitar (obviously learn to tune it too!) and then practicing playing a note and sliding up and down in pitch with your voice until you find it. Then continue going up in pitch until it gets uncomfortable and/or down in pitch until it's uncomfortable. With practice you'll be able to hit the note with your voice more and more quickly and eventually you can just play random notes and sing them straight back.

I also recommend learning some simple scales and arpeggios as this will train your ear really well. Most singing exercises use the major scale and basic major arpeggios over one or two octaves, so it'll also help you get used to how those sound.

Once you can pitch you'll find the online stuff makes a lot more sense. In terms of courses then I recommend Kevin Richard's Breaking The Chains course and Vocal Fire warm up if you're into rock singing. Bought that recently and it's the best one I've come across. If you're more into pop/rnb/soul or anything else really then the 'AA Aproach' stuff by Eric Arceneux seems pretty good. Just got that course on Udemy and from what I can tell it's legit good stuff. Also Mark Baxter has some really cool stuff on Youtube, although I don't think he's got an online course, but he's got a great book and I hear his DVD is good too. Oh, and the pitching stuff I basically nicked off Ken Tamplin.

Background wise I've been singing in metal bands for 5-6 years and I've been teaching part time (2-3 lessons/week) for about a year. So I could be wrong but at least you know I'm not just making this shit up .

Pic related, your vocal folds basically look like Predator's pussy


Scuba Diving tutorials by Molly Hankinwell - Fri, 06 Jun 2014 14:54:02 EST ID:Dc3CIdrz No.36558 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi folks!


I am looking for a good youtube-channel or a nice Media-Rip of good diving-tutorials.
The full package, you know?

Something with good explaination and practical tips and lessons.

Anyone knows a good channel or source?
I would be very grateful!
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Doris Nattingchack - Mon, 09 Jun 2014 03:31:07 EST ID:KYcHL+6N No.36573 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36561
You mean bendz
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Frederick Mosslebone - Wed, 11 Jun 2014 17:49:53 EST ID:+eIAc2hw No.36588 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Dude, just get PADI certified. Classes aren't that expensive, and your going to need the cert to dive just about anywhere in the world.
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Molly Hankinwell - Fri, 13 Jun 2014 20:55:47 EST ID:bBK/UIHV No.36602 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>36588
I will start with GUE-lessons next week.

Just wanted to get in there somehow prepared.
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Fuck Smallbanks - Tue, 24 Jun 2014 22:43:19 EST ID:5gK1zfMx No.36636 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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http://www.youtube.com/user/bilphillips/videos

a good one.

Although it doesn't seem actal GUE.

But you should find more, when you follow the realted videos!
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Eliza Blerringwere - Fri, 29 Aug 2014 06:49:53 EST ID:frK8BIPN No.36851 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36588
He's got a point. Unless you own your own boat. Other wise to dive off a charter boat or go on a diving boat you will need to be certified. It's honestly the most cake thing ever, diving that is. I never went through certification because my father owned a boat/had friends who had boats. Spear fishing is awesome. Just be weary of diving boats that drop you off groups of divers at different locations. Also exhale on the way up during an emergency so your longs don't pop.


HDD question by Lilith Kuraihime - Wed, 27 Aug 2014 17:53:36 EST ID:DUAvltT9 No.36844 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Are External HDD's really just 2'5 Sata drives housed in a case with a USB cable? I was wondering if it were possible to take the actual disc itself and use as a normal drive for a PC or PS3 perhaps?
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William Niggerhood - Wed, 27 Aug 2014 19:04:28 EST ID:c1Gygi3K No.36845 Ignore Report Quick Reply
They used to all be regular 3,5 or 2,5 drives
now some has the circuitboard replaced with a usb only plug
Check carefully before you buy if you plan to transplant


programming by Simon Biffingham - Sat, 23 Aug 2014 00:17:21 EST ID:6VKyohkM No.36817 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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how do program, /howto/?

always been interested and want to learn something that actually betters myself and could possibly become a career/stable freelance. i've learned some html/css in the past but have no real experience with programming languages, so where should i begin? heard that python is an easy place to start at, also had another friend recommend i just start with c#. also what are good sites/tutorials to learn whatever language? thanks for any help
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Martha Hublingwill - Mon, 25 Aug 2014 13:22:33 EST ID:twjD60kq No.36833 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Start by browsing /prog/ and doing stuff on a site like codecademy. Once you have an idea of what you want to program, dive into it. 80% of coding is googling anyway.


Shitty MS paint desk schematic by Porthos - Sat, 23 Aug 2014 05:40:27 EST ID:+CxqN8S0 No.36818 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Well, the other day someone was asking help on how to construct a desk out of plywood. I drew this for him. Can't remember if he got it or not, though.

I mostly lurk here, so figured I'd throw this up.
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Wesley Huzzlestidge - Sun, 24 Aug 2014 01:08:28 EST ID:vxJIThVs No.36823 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Well why didn't you sand that shit down and give it a protective coat of varnish, then?
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Charles Dacklestut - Mon, 25 Aug 2014 01:20:09 EST ID:P+muktel No.36827 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36818
Dat shit is going to break in like a month without diagonals.
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Porthos - Mon, 25 Aug 2014 09:29:45 EST ID:+CxqN8S0 No.36829 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36827
The square bracing is plenty of bracing. Unless you fuck up a lot and it's not square at all.
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Porthos - Mon, 25 Aug 2014 09:36:27 EST ID:+CxqN8S0 No.36830 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36829
Oh, and I should say that the one I built lasted for years with no wobble at all. I moved and that's the only reason I no longer have it.
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Martha Hublingwill - Mon, 25 Aug 2014 13:17:54 EST ID:twjD60kq No.36831 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>no underdesk keyboard tray

Wait, what's the desk for anyway?


cool living by Phineas Cemmlewirk - Sat, 09 Aug 2014 23:35:05 EST ID:KvjZNwWE No.36774 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How does one go about building their own house in the forest or whatever?
Would it be smart to just go ahead?
Is there land I can buy somewhere?
Advice?
Ideas?
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Nigger Nassledidge - Tue, 12 Aug 2014 12:51:49 EST ID:Dv+Eg3pM No.36780 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36778 i kinda made it more daunting then it is tbh. theres alot of work to it but you can avoid some of the bull shit by placing your house on wheels.
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William Dengerworth - Wed, 13 Aug 2014 20:38:05 EST ID:KvjZNwWE No.36782 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36780
I don't like the idea of those tiny house things, tbh. I wonder if I could pay taxes and shit for my place but have it be in a remote location that is pretty and otherwise pretty empty. Maybe buy out a forest next to a city and just settle in one part of it..idk. My ideal situation is to be able to get between that and my main place in an hour tops, in case of emergencies and so that after work I can crash there and have fun. Seems very hard, though.
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Albert Wosslepot - Thu, 14 Aug 2014 00:03:29 EST ID:CwfebghB No.36783 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36782
move to new york... seriously
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Fucking Sodgepadging - Thu, 14 Aug 2014 09:14:33 EST ID:8KoN+aHy No.36784 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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there are plenty of counties in the us that don't have zoning, tiny houses are put on trailers and parked in towns that have building codes, but not all places do. other things to consider arre road access, water, other utilities, how far the fuck you're willing to go, etc. Lots of people in Alaska do this, but probably lots of people do it within 100 miles of you and you just don't see them off in the backwoods. check out landsofamerica.com for property listings, and remember that if it's next to public land then you have3 access to lots more space. enjoy! good luck! watch some youtube videos!
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Nell Pellerlock - Sun, 24 Aug 2014 23:19:39 EST ID:plILD0LX No.36826 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm homeless right now. In St. Louis after travelling for a bit and I might build a temp home. Im thinking I'll put up a wood frame and connect it with chain link fence, then cover that with tarp. I was thinking I'd do a few layers of cardboard under the chain link but I dont know if that'd bake me alive in summer or if it'd help much in Winter. Does anyone know if cardboard is a good insulator from heat? I'd rather not collect a bunch of cardboard just to find out it doesnt work, y'know?


possibly broken logilink midi to usb interface. need help with repair. by Caroline Congerkadge - Thu, 14 Aug 2014 09:31:04 EST ID:wGMGRWVi No.36785 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey guys. Got a logilink midi to usb interface...
It sucks and I wonder how I could open it with your help and see if it's broken. And if yes, how we could repair it.
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Fucking Sodgepadging - Thu, 14 Aug 2014 09:57:55 EST ID:8KoN+aHy No.36787 Ignore Report Quick Reply
there's a shit connection in that thing because it's made from shit materials and from a company that is in the business of producing bullshit, but you could pop the plastic cover off and re solder everything all the while upgrading components as you go along and that should probably do it, but next time spend a few extra dollars on quality audio gear the first time and you won't have to buy it again.
try a unit from roland or yamaha
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Caroline Congerkadge - Thu, 14 Aug 2014 10:54:52 EST ID:wGMGRWVi No.36789 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Followed your advice already.
Fuck Logi Link, bought me an approved adapter:
Xmidi 1x1 tab from emu
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Martha Murdwill - Mon, 18 Aug 2014 01:28:53 EST ID:KYcHL+6N No.36800 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36789
That a kid. I use an MAudio Uno, which I've had no problems with yet, after a year of use and accidental kinks/bumps.


Using 2-propanol by Thomas Cluvingridge - Fri, 15 Aug 2014 16:46:32 EST ID:dcEwgTzQ No.36792 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Simple question, i figured some people must post extraction teks on here. If not then i most likely wont get a reply.

I'm going to be using 2-propanol in an extraction, i will be heating this slightly and i was wondering how strong the smell will be, i will be doing this in my kitchen and i'm worried that im going to stink the place out. It will be well ventilated but still. Will the smell linger for a long time ?
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Phoebe Trotcocke - Sat, 16 Aug 2014 16:45:20 EST ID:xLhYtXSn No.36795 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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It probably wont leave a smell that lingers, at least for too long.
It would be like heating alcohol. Obviously when you heat it some of the chemical will evolve off into the air, but its a fairly light chemical with moderate volatility so if you have good ventilation it should not be a problem. But i have only used 2-Propanol in a fume hood.
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Fuck Grandshaw - Sat, 16 Aug 2014 21:59:18 EST ID:c3ZyEcTM No.36797 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36795
Cheers. Im still a little worried i don't need to get it heated very high i could probs manage to use a glass bowl, a pot and boiling water. We'll see.
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Doris Bloshmidge - Wed, 27 Aug 2014 11:29:02 EST ID:Kicg7DxK No.36841 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36797
Try /chem/ too


Reviewing Stuff without censorshit by sheeps clitoralorgasms - Sun, 03 Aug 2014 05:08:41 EST ID:dQn38XKy No.36754 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So....

Amazon and metacritic and most other "main" sites for Product reviews have this stuck up-, sewed together buttcheeks "Review"-Policy.

WHen I bought a Product that is utterly shit, I want to tell that it's utterly shit!

Why should I keep beeing polite and asslicking lying when the seller is obviously ripping you off?

Is there a frequent visited Site where you can write long reviews that contain swears?
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Charlotte Foblingfuck - Sun, 03 Aug 2014 10:07:01 EST ID:twjD60kq No.36757 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Good fucking question.

Just because you don't swear doesn't mean you have to asslick though.
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Oliver Hundleman - Tue, 12 Aug 2014 02:28:43 EST ID:dwHItBqH No.36779 Ignore Report Quick Reply
"This book is not worth what this person thinks its worth and I highly suggested anyone who is interested in this to topic to buy a different book".
Instead of
"Fuck you this book is shit"
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Fuck Blythebury - Fri, 15 Aug 2014 04:21:18 EST ID:GM8zveo9 No.36791 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You can leave a bad review without swears are you a dumb cunt?
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Samuel Wemmletack - Sat, 16 Aug 2014 13:19:15 EST ID:39v1donc No.36793 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36791
haha
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Albert Brapperman - Sat, 16 Aug 2014 15:58:18 EST ID:6WU+AXWX No.36794 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It would be full of teens OP, you wouldn't like it


Shitty job by Fuck Trotdale - Sun, 03 Aug 2014 05:39:50 EST ID:aV6J43u0 No.36755 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Is there a job that I have a good chance of getting straight away? I've applied for all these fast food/retail joints but no luck so far. I don't care about earning a lot, just enough to eat and a place to live. No homo prostitution though.
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Betsy Brovingnit - Thu, 07 Aug 2014 03:08:09 EST ID:X05iA6eT No.36766 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36755

I would say temp agencies
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Emma Hishstock - Sat, 09 Aug 2014 18:19:52 EST ID:op2eEOEq No.36772 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36761
ahahahahahahahaha
ahahahaha
haha
ha....
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Edward Duckdale - Sat, 09 Aug 2014 23:13:47 EST ID:YT+YmuuS No.36773 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I've always had good luck with temp agencies. Never had to wait more than three days for shit-tier work from temp agencies. Depends on the size and unemployment rate of your city though, I guess.

Industrial work has pretty much no requirements regarding social skills, appearance, and hygiene, but you pretty much have to have work experience and have to be punctual and reliable.

If you don't have any work experience, you're pretty much fucked though, gotta make connections
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Nathaniel Pedgeham - Wed, 13 Aug 2014 00:49:21 EST ID:mFPJW3hN No.36781 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If you don't have frequent employment history, goodluck.
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Fucking Sodgepadging - Thu, 14 Aug 2014 10:05:41 EST ID:8KoN+aHy No.36788 Ignore Report Quick Reply
beg busk and steal.
it's the life of a bum.
not much to eat and no place to live, but it has it's perks.


Stuck and Sick of being at the bottom by Fuck Nedgestene - Sat, 05 Apr 2014 21:48:08 EST ID:L6lghxIP No.36324 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Im sick of being in the bottom of the barrel of society

How do i climb up how do i find a job actually helping or contributing to this world, I'm sick of working with food and selling shit door to door.

I wanna be somebody who does some good in this world and people can depend on, i feel like reject and walk around looking at how happy people are with their cars and lives. I am not a moron either I actually have a bit of brains on my shoulders i can write and deduce and other talents like cooking and a eye for business

>Be me
>24 yo
>white male living in nice sub-urb
>all healthy aside from my back
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Lillian Bunwell - Wed, 04 Jun 2014 14:11:51 EST ID:Oqm0ihlY No.36550 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36548
What a load of shite
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Betsy Mucklefat - Thu, 05 Jun 2014 20:57:39 EST ID:xLhYtXSn No.36553 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Go work for a charity or foundation if you want to feel like you contribute to society, yeah the pay is not the best but you will be making a difference. mabey not for the whole world but you will be making a difference for sombody.
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George Pindernutch - Fri, 06 Jun 2014 00:09:44 EST ID:KYcHL+6N No.36556 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36550
What an unlearned fool
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Lydia Billingworth - Mon, 04 Aug 2014 03:01:38 EST ID:L6lghxIP No.36760 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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OP


I put my positive energy out there and seized what luck I found

thank you, everyone for advice but most importantly my self

I am now slowly in training to be a carpenter/sub contractor

Just met a beautiful girl who really cares about me (im scared of it a bit having abandonment issues)

Im gonna stand by her and keep believing in myself
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Fucking Sodgepadging - Thu, 14 Aug 2014 09:45:40 EST ID:8KoN+aHy No.36786 Ignore Report Quick Reply
good for you OP we all have our ups and downs but I'm glad to see you coming out on top


Acne and Facial Care by Martha Napperfeg - Fri, 20 Dec 2013 13:20:31 EST ID:5y8W7il6 No.35899 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm having some issues with whiteheads, and to be honest I don't really know the basics of facial care. I wash my face, exercise, etc, but I don't really know how this shit works.
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Frederick Honeywater - Wed, 19 Feb 2014 15:13:32 EST ID:tHTz/NN0 No.36153 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>35899
Your diet is probably shit, no offense
Diet is numero uno
Next I would say is get a good non chemical soap, etsy has some good ones. I recommend either dead sea mud, colloidal silver, or activated charcoal (all 3 would be better)

I used to have really shitty acne before but now its very minimal
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Jack Hammerwure - Wed, 19 Feb 2014 21:02:37 EST ID:VfR3Dwoh No.36155 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>35899
Oil pull. Castor oil, olive oil mixed, then after you open your pores you use the oil and keep it there for like 10 minutes. Wipe it off, wash it with soap (i use bronners) and then use lotion
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Edward Niggerman - Sat, 08 Mar 2014 22:23:48 EST ID:PhTN8BPm No.36220 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Anyone other than >>36005 have any advice with getting rid of scars/discoloration?
I've got the actual acne 80% under control but my skin still looks like shit.
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Cornelius Pigglehack - Sat, 08 Mar 2014 23:10:35 EST ID:/BqKms0o No.36221 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>had severe acne on my back for 6-7 years
>see a post on the future
>open pores with warm water, wash away oils, close pores with cold water
>try it
>no more fresh spots for days

it really is that simple.
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Emma Hishstock - Sat, 09 Aug 2014 18:17:48 EST ID:op2eEOEq No.36771 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>36221
this. any 'product' i tried made it worse. simple hot water wash, making sure to actually massage your face...and then cold.


you get a sweet face massage too


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