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How to Use Chopstick To Open A Wine Bottle

How to Use Chopstick To Open A Wine Bottle? Very easy and fast.

Please use the comment section below to share what is your favorite way to open the bottle.

A more comprehensive wine bottle technique can be found here:
http://iadviser.com/10-ways-open-wine-bottle/
http://youtu.be/HBAplGvFaJE

5 Ways To Unclog Toilet Using Garden Hose

5 Ways To Unclog Toilet Using Garden Hose

5 Ways To Unclog Toilet Using Garden Hose. Obvious the best is just to use the hose as a snake, but it is also fun to experiment with other options, if one option does not work, you may combine it with other options.

A. Solid
1. act as auger or snake

B. Liquid (Pump water)
5. connect to water supply: careful (flood)

C. Gas (Pump Air)
2. compressor
3. mouth
4. Soda bottle (Bob Syringe)

10 Ways To Open A Wine Bottle

10 Ways To Open A Wine Bottle

If you don’t have a corkscrew, there are still many possible different ways to open a wine bottle. I classify various methods into 3 categories. Which one of the 10 ways is easier, safer & available? To save you the time, I review 10 different ways to open the bottle, make a few experiments to verify that they are working and compare the merits & effectiveness.

Toward the end of the video, at time 8:09 I will present the top ranking of the 10 methods. My chopstick method is the winner because it is usually available & easy to use although it has its limitations. The limitations of other methods are also discussed.

We can never skip fun in any video, if you want to impress your friends at the party and if your cork is inside the bottle, I will show you a way to take the cork out.

Please use the comment section below to share what is your favorite way to open the bottle.

How To Learn Anything, Part 1

How To Learn Anything, Part 1

Have you had situation that you wanted to learn something but you did not, and your excuse was it was hard to learn or you were too busy to learn?
What is the best way to learn, the quickest way and the most effective way to learn?
We start with Malcolm Gladwell’s Outliers, and then Tim Ferris’s “4-Hour Workweek”, David Allen’s “Getting Things Done”. What do these 3 books have in common? What are the differences? I will introduce the best practices from the experts and provide a unified view of the learning process for different kinds of students.

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