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Question about subs and amp? Question about subs and amp? 400 max power amp 100 watts x2 RMS carbon fiber accented black heatsink fully variable high & low pass crossovers 45Hz bass boost high & low level inputs I only have the amp right now. I want either 10" or 12" subs What size subs should I get? How many ohms? I dont want my car really super loud but pretty decent. Something cheap ANY SUGGESTIONS?

Question about subs and amp?
Question about subs and amp?
400 max power amp
100 watts x2 RMS
carbon fiber accented black heatsink
fully variable high & low pass crossovers
45Hz bass boost
high & low level inputs

I only have the amp right now.
I want either 10" or 12" subs

What size subs should I get?
How many ohms?

I dont want my car really super loud but pretty decent.
Something cheap

ANY SUGGESTIONS?

I started meditating about 1 week ago, for about 15-20 minutes first thing in the morning. I just started getting this weird pressure in the middle of my eyebrows. It doesn’t hurt. I know the fact that there is third eye/sixth chakra exist in the middle of eyebrows. However, is this how I suppose to feel the pressure? Please advise.

I started meditating about 1 week ago, for about 15-20 minutes first thing in the morning. I just started getting this weird pressure in the middle of my eyebrows. It doesn’t hurt. I know the fact that there is third eye/sixth chakra exist in the middle of eyebrows. However, is this how I suppose to feel the pressure? Please advise.

So, my drama class is doing Peter Pan, and we're wondering if Tiger Lily should be a better singer or dancer. Like, if someone were to try out for Tiger Lily, would they need to be better at singing or dancing? Best answer gets 10 points! Thanks in advance. (:

So, my drama class is doing Peter Pan, and we're wondering if Tiger Lily should be a better singer or dancer. Like, if someone were to try out for Tiger Lily, would they need to be better at singing or dancing? Best answer gets 10 points! Thanks in advance. (:

What is a quick easy hairstyle that I can do with my hair before school? I have shoulder- length dirty blonde hair. And only have about 10-12 min to do my hair each Morning. I have a straightener, curling iron, gel, hairspray, hairties, Bobbie pins, ect.

What is a quick easy hairstyle that I can do with my hair before school? I have shoulder- length dirty blonde hair. And only have about 10-12 min to do my hair each Morning. I have a straightener, curling iron, gel, hairspray, hairties, Bobbie pins, ect.

So I'm a natural dark blonde and I get highlights all of the time, so now I am a light blonde. I love red hair though and so I was thinking of becoming a redhead, but I have a few questions, you can answer just one, or all. 1. I was thinking of starting with semi permanent color at a salon. Good idea? 2. Should I even do it? I'm very pale, with pink under toned skin. Would I look good as a red head? 3. I was thinking like somewhere between Weasley red and Nicole Kidman strawberry blonde. Do you think that would be a good color? If not, any suggestions? 4. If I go redhead, how would I have to change my makeup to suit my hair better? 5. How are my bleached highlights going to affect the color? So like I said, answer one, or some, or all. Most of all, should I do it? Thanks!

So I'm a natural dark blonde and I get highlights all of the time, so now I am a light blonde. I love red hair though and so I was thinking of becoming a redhead, but I have a few questions, you can answer just one, or all.
1. I was thinking of starting with semi permanent color at a salon. Good idea?
2. Should I even do it? I'm very pale, with pink under toned skin. Would I look good as a red head?
3. I was thinking like somewhere between Weasley red and Nicole Kidman strawberry blonde. Do you think that would be a good color? If not, any suggestions?
4.

Okay, so I've decided that I want to take ballet lessons after we move. I don't have the 'ideal' ballerina body and I was wondering what I should do to train for lessons? I just want to get ahead so that when I take the lessons I can focus on dancing instead of shaping up. What kind of diet and exercise regime should I start to become thin and toned?

Okay, so I've decided that I want to take ballet lessons after we move. I don't have the 'ideal' ballerina body and I was wondering what I should do to train for lessons? I just want to get ahead so that when I take the lessons I can focus on dancing instead of shaping up. What kind of diet and exercise regime should I start to become thin and toned?

will it make my nose overall smaller? its just big an sticks out or does it just work to make noses thinner? will it help for a droopy tip too? thanks x

will it make my nose overall smaller? its just big an sticks out
or does it just work to make noses thinner?
will it help for a droopy tip too?

thanks x

Okay, so I've decided that I want to take ballet lessons after we move. I don't have the 'ideal' ballerina body and I was wondering what I should do to train for lessons? I just want to get ahead so that when I take the lessons I can focus on dancing instead of shaping up. What kind of diet and exercise regime should I start to become thin and toned?

Okay, so I've decided that I want to take ballet lessons after we move. I don't have the 'ideal' ballerina body and I was wondering what I should do to train for lessons? I just want to get ahead so that when I take the lessons I can focus on dancing instead of shaping up. What kind of diet and exercise regime should I start to become thin and toned?

So I got a French Manicure nail set to try it out. I've never done french tips, so I need a little more detail than what the instructions gave. The instructions say - "Apply tip guide across curve of nails to separate tip areas. Next, shake gently and apply one or two coats of french white tip to tip area above guide. Allow french white to dry, then remove the tip guide. Finally, shake gently and apply one to two coats of color polish all over nail." The set is for fingers and toes and I want to do both, and I want to make sure I do them right, so can someone please give a little better input as to what to do to get the best results? Other info - Are french manicure/french tips considered "girlie" or "preppy"? I'm not that way - I got this set so I could try it out and switch things up a little instead of always using plain nail polish. Also, I'll be doing this style of nails for an upcoming wedding, so I got 2 sets (one of each color... I set the set best matching my wedding outfit aside... I'm using the extra set for myself). I got both sets not only to best match it with my clothes, but also so I could have time to practice and make sure I can do it right and good enough before the wedding. So bottom line, I just want to make sure I do these right so I get good results for my personal use AND for the upcoming wedding. One other thing - what does it mean by the "curve" of the nails? Where is that? I want to make sure I place the guide correctly. Thanks for any/all help/advice ahead of time! Oh and please don't suggest I go have them done professionally. I see no point in paying someone to do my nails when I am perfectly capable of doing them myself. Also, don't mention fake nails. I don't like those much.

So I got a French Manicure nail set to try it out. I've never done french tips, so I need a little more detail than what the instructions gave. The instructions say -

"Apply tip guide across curve of nails to separate tip areas. Next, shake gently and apply one or two coats of french white tip to tip area above guide. Allow french white to dry, then remove the tip guide.

My vehicle meets all three requirements for replacement, but its sketchy on the income part. It divides up by the number of people in your household. Is that for families or does that also apply to my situation where i have a roommate? Its just two of us. We are roommate only. We split expenses but we don't file taxes etc together like married and or with children folks do. Does anyone know if this would mean I have a household of one or of two? It makes a big difference on qualifying. Thanks.

My vehicle meets all three requirements for replacement, but its sketchy on the income part. It divides up by the number of people in your household. Is that for families or does that also apply to my situation where i have a roommate? Its just two of us. We are roommate only. We split expenses but we don't file taxes etc together like married and or with children folks do. Does anyone know if this would mean I have a household of one or of two? It makes a big difference on qualifying. Thanks.

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