1. "Booty Man" w/ Stock Photos

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    from Frannie Comstock Added 18.9K 6 0

    New life is breathed into Tim Wilson's 70s classic "Booty Man" through the use of incredibly artistic and high quality stock photos. Song: "Booty Man"- Tim Wilson (all rights reserved) All images courtesy of iStock by Getty Images

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    • BMW X3 F25 - Leaking Rear Main Seal in N55 engine

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      from kvr2011 Added 322 0 0

      N55 engine developed a sqealing noise after 15,000km. The noise is especially loud underneath the engine, where the engine and transmission are connected. Most people would naturally assume the noise is coming from the belt/pulley/tensioner pulley but no, the noise is actually due to a leak in the RMS/crank seal! Unfortunately it is intermittent, some days the engine sounds perfectly normal, other days the engine squeals or howls with varying intensity. This is one of the worse incidents when the engine is literally howling continuously. On a better day it sounds like there is a puppy yelping in the engine bay and its audible when you rev the engine and RPM falls back down to idle. Vacuum builds up around the seal and the squealing can be heard.

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      • :)

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        from Chloe Bennett Added 0 0 0

        april

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        • L.B

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          from Chloe Bennett Added 2 0 0

          :)

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          • Jay, border collie, back exercises

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            from Denise Rabitti Added 84 0 0

            Jay, my border collie, in training with a exercises for rear proprioception :)

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            • Moon Hoax Theory Lies: Front Projection by Stanley Kubrick

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              from BlisterHiker Added

              Exposing lies of Moon Hoax Conspiracy Theorists who claim NASA used projected backgrounds to create the illusion of open lunar surface in Apollo pictures and footage. The technique allegedly used by NASA was Front Screen Projection system, which was adopted by Stanley Kubrick to film opening scenes of "2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY". Hoax Believers quickly tied Kubrick and technology he used to Moon Hoax Theory, but some also claim NASA used Rear Screen Projection. This video debunks both insane theories and demonstrates striking ignorance of Conspiracy Theorists. For more information, please watch these two great videos by my friend Astrobrant2: "Kubrick, 2001, and Apollo": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tNbeN_V_NNw http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RK3Jnl6Zyhk The following sheds more light on the subject: "Barry Lyndon: Use of the Mitchell BNC Camera and Zeiss Lenses" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FmSDnPvslnA This video is meant merely for the purpose of education. No copyright infringement is intended. "2001: A Space Odyssey" audiovisual content administered by Warner Bros. Yes, we did go to the Moon nine times, landing six times! Shouldn't that be enough to convince even most stubborn Conspiracy Theorists? Well, some of them wouldn't believe even if someone took their asses to the Moon and showed Apollo landings sites from up close, while others lie on purpose and try to gain something by promoting Moon Hoax Theory and other conspiracy nonsense.

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              • TUfast Eco Team - Rear suspension animation

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                from TUfast Eco Team Added 137 1 0

                Animation of our new rear suspension system.

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                • Gumby - Rear View (Official Video) Coming Soon!

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                  from ThankYouCJ Added 21 0 0

                  Gumby - Rear View (Official Video) Coming Soon! Follow @OfficialGumby On Twitter And Instagram @ThankYouCJ

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                  • VW Polo Neighbour

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                    from Florian Sigl Added

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