Don’t subscribe to this channel, it’s just
for magicians hello colleagues today let’s see how with the
magic we can also play jokes amazing to our friends. If someone
want to know how this effect is done you can watch my magic video with a
Bic lighter Hello friends today let’s see a
great magic joke made in China. It comes in a bag
and on the label it says there is a Internet address where we can see
the explanation. But typing the address and that page does not exist. Giving
Error 404 so we can’t watch any videos
With the explanation. Let’s see: in the inside there is a plastic pallet and a
brochure that are supposed to be from instructions. It has some cartoons
explaining the game a bit but the instructions are in chinese so no
We will find out nothing. But let’s see the Game: consists of a plastic pallet
where there is a normal oval drawn by one part and on the other side we have
another drawn oval can be seen touching It can be seen closely by the
public. We will tell our public that this oval is actually a
egg. What animal will it be ?, we can only know incubating it, so we close the
hand and we transmit heat we have transmitted enough heat and we
we realize that it was an egg of cockroach since it has come out a
egg cockroach. On the other side without however an egg remains without
hatch. We will tell our public that yes they really want to see how the
egg cockroach without having the hand hiding it. If they say yes
we tell our audience to hold the paddle at one end and transmit
mentally heat the egg while we hold so, we say that
transmit heat transmit heat transmit heat, until it suddenly comes out
a cockroach on the public’s hand With an incredible scare. The disadvantage of
this is that it is plastic and with fright you can throw it and it can break
easily, but after all it’s a cheap item.
easily reset, since we return the cockroach inside
with its dock, and we can show again the palette with the egg on both sides
and do the trick to another unsuspecting another Person who is off guard. But
let’s see how this works on the street, in the real life
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AYE JAYE: This is a wonderful trick for somebody
that I’m just meeting and I want to make a relationship with. Excuse me, come on in.
Your name is Mark. MARK: Yes, thank you. AYE JAYE: I’ve figured that. Okay. MARK: Nice
to meet you. AYE JAYE: Yes. Mark, I want you to meet a friend of mine. I’ve had him for
years. I keep him in a matchbook because he’s so special. Well, she is. MARK: A cockroach?
AYE JAYE: A cockroach. By the way, her name is Cocky and she’s trained. Cocky, turn around.
Good girl. Do it again, honey, turn around. That’s a good girl. There you are. Come on.
There you go. That’s a good girl. Now, she does a lot of things, but one of the things
she does is, again, she’s very friendly. She never leaves my hand. She stays–oh, my gosh!
I’m sorry, she got–nah, I’m just kidding. She’s right here. However… MARK: Does she
play dead? AYE JAYE: She–well, watch this. Cocky, play–oh, she doesn’t want to play
dead. I said play dead. No, she won’t do it. Okay, stay there. Now, what I’m going to do
is I’m going to put her in my hand and, gently, I want you to touch my hand right there. Gently,
gently. That’s too hard. Gently. That’s hard! My goodness gracious, I’m sorry.
– Why didn’t you hear
the pterodactyl go to the bathroom? – (FBE) Why?
– ‘Cause it had a silent P! (golf clapping)
♪ (ba-dum-tss) ♪ (chuckles) Is this thing on? ♪ (upbeat intro) ♪ – For 92 years, students from
across the country have competed in the Scripps National Spelling Bee.
– We’re doing a spelling bee? – Am I gonna have
to spell things today? I’m not good at spelling. – (FBE) This year,
there was an unprecedented victory with an eight-way tie
for first place. – Oh, god. That is very unusual. – (FBE) So today, we’re obviously
gonna see how well you spell compared to a range
of the smartest youth from around the country.
– You know… (laughs) Spelling’s not my forte.
I’m more of a spoken word kind of guy. We just did a spelling bee stream
a couple days ago and I won on the word poignant,
silent N. It’s whatev– No. Silent G. Whatever.
– Right now, I’m gonna set the bar real low.
I can’t spell for [bleep]. I voice text all the time,
because I don’t know how to spell words.
– I do have an extensive vocabulary I feel, but… (chuckles)
spelling’s– I’m like, “No.” It’s gonna be bad.
– I’m ready. And I’m getting
fifth grade PTSD again. – (FBE) All right,
and in true spelling bee style, we’re gonna bring you the mic.
– Yes! Dude, I always feel more official
with a mic in front of me, ’cause people have to listen to me. – (FBE) This is the first word
that kicked off the spelling bee and it was given
to an elementary school student from Montgomery, Alabama,
who got this word correct. – Oh my goodness.
if I misspell it, so embarrassing! – (FBE) The word is energumen. The definition is a person
possessed by an evil spirit. – I should know that.
Can I have the origin please? – (FBE) Sure. This is
18th century Latin. – Oh. Use that every day.
– Energumen, N… (buzzer)
– …I-N… I already failed. – E-N-G…
(buzzer) – …R…
– E… N-N…
(buzzer) (wheezing laughter) – I-N-E-R-G…
(buzzer) – E-N-U-R-G-U-M-E-N.
(buzzer) – E-N-E-R-G-U-M-O…
energumen. – E-N-E-R-G-U-I-M.
(buzzer) No. (laughs)
– …G-U-M-E-N. That’s it.
– (FBE) That’s correct! (ding)
– Oh, it is? It’s the way you pronounce it,
and I put it in my head how to spell it.
– I’ve never heard that word in my life, and I’m a spooky kind
of gal. I like demons and [bleep], but I didn’t
know that one. (laughs) – Now I’m a little bit confident.
But still, I’m mad at myself for getting that wrong.
– I’m feeling that I need to take another vacation after this.
– (FBE) This second word is very common,
but it’s often misspelled. – Sure.
– (FBE) The word is Wednesday. – I am so mad right now.
I literally… (chuckles) just do W-E-D, period. – W-E-N…
(buzzer) – …S-D-A-Y. – W-E-N…
(buzzer) (gasps) – Oh. W-E-D-N-E-S-D-A-Y.
(laughs) – W. That’s for sure.
E-D… N-E-S-D-A-Y. (ding)
Wednesday. – …N-E-S-D-A-Y, Wednesday.
(ding) – And then we all know how
to spell the word “day”… (ding)
…so you can do that at home. – W-E-D-N-E-S-D-A-Y.
(ding) – …N-E-S-D-A-Y. Wednesday.
(ding) – (FBE) So, the proper spelling
is W-E-D… – OH! ‘Cause the D’s silent.
Ugh. My friends are gonna make so much fun of me!
– That might be the only point I get. – I used to misspell it
all the time, and my teacher was like, “Wed-nes-day!”
And I never forgot that. – It should be W-E-N-D, sday.
Wendsay, that’s how it’s spelled. The English language is ridiculous. – (FBE) This is the most searched word
on Google for the spelling. – Okay. I’m nervous.
I’ve probably searched it, too. – (FBE) The word is restaurant.
– Oh! Okay. – R-E-S-T… U-R-A-N-T?
(buzzer) That’s wrong.
– R-E-N… (buzzer)
…S-T-A… – R-E-S-T-U-R-A-N-T.
(buzzer) – R-E-S-T-U-A-R…
(buzzer) I give up!
I told you guys I suck at spelling. – R-E-S-T… A-U-R-A-N-T, restaurant.
(ding) – …A-U-R-A-N-T.
(ding) – …T-A-U-R-A-N-T.
(ding) – …R-A-N-T, restaurant.
(ding) – (FBE) Correct!
– Oh my goodness! I only knew how to do it,
’cause you said it phonetically. This is honestly me fulfilling
a childhood dream. – Ah, I was so close, though.
– It’s just ’cause we audibly say it resturant, not restaurant.
– Wow! Oh my gosh! I am killing the game right now.
I cannot even lie. (giggles) – (FBE) The word is prestidigitation. – Oh, god. Presti– prest– I know the word.
– (FBE) The definition is magic tricks performed
as entertainment. – Okay. Let me try it. – P-R-I-S-D-T-A-C-H-O-U-N. – (FBE) You know what?
You sounded that word out really well. – P-R-E-S-T-E-D…
(buzzer) – P… (chuckles)
…R-E… I wanna say– oh, no. E…
(buzzer) – P-R-E-S-T-I… …G-I…
(buzzer) – …T-I-D…
Presti… I-D… (buzzer)
I think it’s wrong. – T-I-D-I-G-I-T… I-O-N?
(buzzer) I don’t even–
I lost the word. (laughs) – …D-I-G…
(buzzer) Tation, T-A-T-I-O-N.
Prestidigitation. I said a lot of letters.
I don’t remember any of them. – …T-I-D-I-G-I… T-A-T-I-O-N, prestidigitation.
(ding) – (FBE) Yes!
– I got it! Oh my gosh. Wow. – I was a lot closer on the last word
than I thought it was gonna be, so I’ll take it.
– I left out a bunch in the middle there.
– Let’s just say I got this one right, ’cause this was really hard,
and… yeah. – (FBE) Okay, so this one
may prove challenging unless maybe you’re
a Jurassic Park fan. – Ah, [bleep]. Dinosaurs?
– (FBE) The word is pterodactyl. -Pterodactyl? Oh god, no.
– It’s just a whole bunch of consonants and can I please
get a [bleep] vowel? I am so mad! It’s one
of my favorite dinosaurs, too. – I’m not even gonna try.
I’m not gonna try on that one. Nope. – T-A-R-D…
(buzzer) – T-E-R-R-I…
(buzzer) – I’m just going for it.
– (FBE) Go. – Pterodactyl. T-E-R-A…
(buzzer) – P-T-E-O-R…
(buzzer) – I know it’s like P-T-R-Y-D-A-C-A-L?
(buzzer) No. It’s around there,
but I don’t know how to spell it. – P-T-E-R-A…
(buzzer) – …C-T-Y-L.
(ding) – (FBE) All right. So, pterodactyl,
just for your own noggin. Are you ready?
It’s P-T… – What?!
– P?! – (FBE) Yeah.
– (both) Perodactyl? – In my head, I was just like, P.
I don’t care if I– I knew I was gonna get
everything else wrong. I remembered that.
It didn’t come out. It’s different when
you’re at home! Stop it! – Why didn’t you hear
the pterodactyl go to the bathroom? – (FBE) Why?
– ‘Cause it had a silent P! (golf clapping)
♪ (ba-dum-tss) ♪ – (chuckles) Is this thing on? – (FBE) This is our last word.
– Okay. – (FBE) This is from
the spelling bee that led to the eight-way tie.
– Oh, no. (chuckles) – (FBE) The word is odylic.
– May I have the definition please? – (FBE) A force or natural power
formerly held by some to reside in certain individuals
and to underlie hypnotism and magnetism
and some other phenomena. – Interesting. I probably won’t be
using that in my day-to-day life. – O-D-L…
(buzzer) …C-K. – O-H…
(buzzer) …U-D-I-C, odylic. – (FBE) Aww, so close! Oh, good night.
– O-D-I-L-Y-C-K. (chuckles) I’m not sure.
– …D-E… (buzzer)
…L-L-I-C. – O-D-Y-L-L-I-C.
(buzzer) – …Y-L-L-I-C, odylic. (chuckles)
(buzzer) – O-D-Y-L-L-I-C?
Odylic. – (FBE) Dammit, Eric! You’re so close!
– I’m sorry! One L? – (FBE) Yeah.
– Dammit! – O-D-Y-L-I-C. (chuckles)
(ding) – (FBE) Correct! – Really? – (FBE) I am so sorry, Jayka.
The correct spelling O-D-Y-L-I-C. – Are you kidding me?! – (FBE) Josie, with five
correctly spelled words, you won! – And thank you.
Oh, my parents taught me a lot. They were also good in spelling.
– I did pretty well considering some people
can’t spell the difference between “your” and “you’re.” – Spelling is not my forte.
Guess what? Well, I guess you need it if you’re gonna be on this show. – (FBE) These are all pretty hard,
but you know what? We’re learning something today,
aren’t we? – We’re learning to never give up. – (people) Awww.
– (child) Cute! – (FBE) Anything you wanna say
to your English teachers or your parents?
– You did the best you could, and I’m sorry if I let you down.
– All my teachers that I’ve had in elementary school
have been my best friends and my favorite teachers.
Now, cut please. – Thanks for watching us
try to spell on the React Channel. – If you liked this video,
hit that Like button. – Subscribe!
There’s new shows every day. – B-Y-E, bye!
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Welcome back to Detail Garage! Today we’re working on this beautiful Tesla
Model S here in the shop. Now we were looking at it to inspect it before
we decided how to wash the car. We can see the car was covered in all these
little yellow spots. So we get a lot of questions about what are
these little yellow spots and how do I take care of them or will they stain or damage the paint. So we get a lot of questions about what it
is and we’ve actually had some of these residues removed from the car and analyzed in a lab. When you look at it under a microscope the
technicians were able to see that it’s full of pollen and digested nectar. That means its bee poop. So bees eat nectar and pollen from the flowers
and move from one to another and go back to their hive but when they’re out and about they
have to poop. Their just like birds and they’ll poop all
over your car and that’s where you get this little spots from. So the good thing is it’s not too caustic
and it’s not as bad as bird poop which will etch your paint because it’s very acidic. Bee poop is fairly neutral but it gets annoying
and it’s ugly and it’s actually abrasive if it isn’t removed correctly. So we’re going to show you how to take it
off without damaging the paint in anyway. I’m just going to use some EcoSmart because
we’re indoors and I don’t want to worry about using a hose or bucket. So I’m just going to clean the car using EcoSmart
and a couple microfiber towels. So to get started by spraying down your surface. I’m just going to start on the hood. And I’ll get a nice coat of EcoSmart over
the paintwork. Now whenever you’re cleaning with a waterless
method I’ll take my towel and wipe in one direction that way I pick any dirt with the
towel as I go and I don’t grind it into the surface and cause scratches. Flip the towel once it gets dirty. And proceed to wipe in one direction. Now this whole side of the towel is dirty
so I’ll flip it over and expose a clean side and keep wiping. So now that I’ve cleaned this half of the
hood you can see that I still have some yellow spots stuck on the surface. So what I’m going to do is flip to a completely
clean side of the towel so there is no dirt at all on this side of the towel. Now I have to spray a little more EcoSmart
right on the surface. But I don’t want to focus on just one spot
because I’ll be wasting product as it runs away. Instead I’m going to spray some EcoSmart right
into the towel. I’ll focus with a little bit of the towel
and gently rub. You see all the spots immediately breaking off and lifting off the surface so I’ll wipe them up. Now that spot is all clean. I’ve removed all the bits of pollen and bee
poop from the surface. I’ll move on to this next spot and do the same trick. There you go you might be able to see a little
bit of residue so I’ll take some more EcoSmart and buff it totally dry. It’s also very important you keep your car
waxed and you keep your car sealed at all times. So any little bits like bee poop or airplane
fuel you need to take it off the paint so it won’t etch the paint and cause permanent damage. So I have a lot of the car left to do because
the whole car is covered in this contamination. It’s on the paint, it’s on the clear plastic
head lights, the grill, the windshield and even the chrome on the side view mirrors. So I have a lot of contamination to remove. I’ll start by doing a 50/50 so you can see
the before and after of cleaning. After that we’re going to clean the rest of the car. So if you have any other questions about removing
bee poop or any other contamination on your car you can check out all the videos on our
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– What’s up, guys? This is Hector, welcome
back to Detail Garage. So today we have this
beautiful 2018 Jeep Trackhawk. (engine revving) So a little back story of this Jeep, this Jeep was purchased last year in 2018, mid to late 2018. It was purchased specifically
for the goldRush Rally which started in Boston on the East Coast and ended all the way over
here in the city of angels, the city of Los Angeles. It has not been washed
since it was purchased. The only water it has seen
is whatever mother nature has deemed it okay for it
to touch with the rains but it has not been washed. The owner actually just took it on a trip to San Francisco
this last weekend and only made it worse. So today we’re going to
take care of it for him. We got a couple things
we’re gonna be using today. We’re just gonna go over how do you really take care
of this beat up front end here and maintain the rest of
the car with a nice shine. So two specialty products
we’re going to be using, it’s gonna be our Bug & Tar. Our Bug & Tar Remover
is a very aggressive, I know it sounds scary, but it’s a very aggressive soap. You can use it in the bucket, or my preferred method is diluting it into our spray bottles and being able to concentrate on the front end, the mirrors, things like that so it’s able to kind of pre
loosen any of these dead bugs or any of the tar from the rally when it drove cross country. The other product we’re gonna use is our Citrus Wash and Gloss soap. So this is actually one of
my favorite soaps we carry. I use this whenever I wash my vehicles, whenever they’re really bad. Not as bad as this guy,
but they get pretty bad. Very, very concentrated. Super, super slick. So we’re gonna use it not
only in our foam cannon, but we’re also in one of our buckets. So let’s get started, alright? Alright, guys, so like I said, we’re gonna rinse the car first. I wanna knock off any loose dead bugs, butterflies, cats, whatever is on there I’m gonna just wash that stuff off. Whatever’s on there
that’s not really stuck and then I’m gonna come back
over with our Bug & Tar. This is diluted six to one. I like using this method
because I’m able to, again, concentrate on the areas that are really, really bad
with either bugs or tar. So I’m gonna spray it on there, give it a couple seconds to kind of emulsify and loosen up that dirt, loosen up the tar, the bugs,
guts, blood, everything and then I’m gonna come back
and rinse that stuff off and I’m gonna see if I
need another application and if I do, then I’ll do that, if I don’t then I’ll just
start washing the car. Alright. Woo. I hurt that, I’m telling you. The Marine Corp, man, the knee
is not the same after that. (engine starting) (intense hip hop beat) Alright, guys, so here we go. We’re gonna get started. One of the things I didn’t talk about in the beginning of the video was what am I gonna us to scrub or agitate these bugs and stuff off. We’re gonna use our Three-Way Mitts. I’m deciding to use two mitts. I don’t want use the same mitt that’s gonna take this
gunk and blood and guts off and use it on the rest of the car. This is already dry and gotten hard so it’s gonna be a little bit abrasive. So what I’m gonna do is
use our Three-Way Mitt here and I’m gonna use our
regular Chenille Wash Mitt for the rest of the vehicle. This is a Three-Way Mitt
because it has the Chenille, it has the short hair microfiber, and on the sides here
if you guys look closely is this almost, like, netting. This netting is meant
to be able to knock off things like this off of the vehicle. Off of your headlights,
off of the paint, bumper, any of the front end. It’s a really good tool to have just as a back up when you’re
going to do things like this. If you guys decide to drive
your Trackhawk cross country, this is one of the things you
should have in your arsenal. So I’m going to spray down
the area really quick, let it do its thing for
about two minutes or so and you’ll see me come back
and use the netting here to be able to knock this stuff off. Alright. (bottle spraying) So what I’m gonna use on
the adaptive cruise control is going to be one of our detailing brushes for the exterior. It’s made of boar’s hair,
it’s not gonna damage. It’s just gonna loosen up and agitate and let the chemical penetrate and do most of the cleaning for us. You don’t want to damage that, you don’t wanna mess
with it really too much and cake it with stuff
or really cause damage because if you do and you’re using it the last thing you want is
to not be able to break it and you caused a wreck on the highway. So we’re gonna spray it down, let it, kind of loosen up. And as you can see, this
stuff’s already working. You can see some of the bumper over here and over here. The guts and blood are
already running down so it’s already, again, emulsifying and getting that stuff
to come off the vehicle without even having to agitate. So what I’m gonna do next is
I want to hit the mirrors up. What I’ll do is probably rinse off, see if we have to reapply a second coat, come back with my mitts
and then rinse off again and then we’ll get to the
rest of the car, alright. (“Star Like You” by Glowline playing) ♪ Again ♪ ♪ Casing ♪ ♪ From afar ♪ ♪ Out in ♪ ♪ A range ♪ ♪ In the stars ♪ All right guys, so as you
can see it’s knocked off. I’d say 90% of the dead bugs and carcasses and
whatever else this Trackhawk hit on the way down from the East Coast. What I’m gonna do now is it’s
still got a couple of guts. What I’m gonna do is
I’m just gonna coat it really lightly with this
as I’m using my mitt. Now what I’m gonna be doing
is using all three sides especially I wanna show you guys how well this netting works. Now I’ve already wet the mitt, I dunked it into my just
plain water, wrung it out, because I want it to be a little bit damp and then we’re just gonna
hit it with Bug & Tar and see what we get, alright? I’m gonna start here in the middle. Just a nice, light coat. Got a couple carcasses here that I’m just gonna go back and forth on. Now with this netting,
you’re not, it sounds scary, it looks and feels kind of scary but I guarantee you it’s not. You’re not scrubbing,
scrubbing is a bad word. It’s more of an agitation. Letting the chemical penetrate
to those blood and guts so it’s easily able to come off. You’re not scrubbing with pretty much any of
these tools that we use. It’s just a good agitation
to get the chemical to do most of the work for you, alright? (bottle spraying) Go back and forth. I’m not applying any pressure I’m just letting it glide
over the paint here. I’m gonna use now my Chenille microfiber and just lightly inspect the area and I’m only gonna do the
areas I still have carcasses. I’m not gonna do the entire area so I’m gonna kind of spot clean and check and then we’re gonna get to
washing the rest of the car with our Citrus Washing Cloths and we’ll go on from there guys, alright? (soothing hip hop beat
with woman’s vocalizations) Alright, guys. So we washed the Trackhawk. What we did is we attacked
the front with our Bug & Tar. I gave a two-foam bath, so I foamed it, rinsed
it off, foamed it again because it was really, really soiled and really, really dirty. After foaming it the second time, we took our premium
Chenille Microfiber Mitts and washed it all off. This is as good as it’s gonna get. So right now what we’re
going to do on the Trackhawk is we’re gonna blow out
some of these areas. It has very, very small areas, let’s get all that water out of there and then we’ll see you guys next tomorrow. Our next video where we’re
gonna go a little bit more in depth on how to really
take care of this white paint, claying it, because we have some tar that wasn’t able to come
off with just a basic wash. So claying it and we’re also gonna use our premium White Paste Wax to really, really make this paint pop
and give it an ultimate shine. But hey guys, thanks for being here. If you like this video like it, subscribe, and we’ll see you guys next time here at the Detail Garage. (car honking twice) (engine starting) (“Star Like You” by Glowline playing) (auto tuned male vocalizations) (auto tuned male vocalizations) (mellow beat)
I’m Ron Patterson with Utah State
University Extension in Carbon County. I discovered something the other day, it
was new to me – maybe other people knew it – but squash bugs do not like water.
They’re a…they’re a bane for people who like to grow squash, especially your
summer squash: the zucchini, the yellow crookneck, the yellow straight squash,
those types of squash. The…the squash bugs really like those, they go for the
pumpkins, but this works quite well on your bush type squash. So your summer
squash, the zucchini, the yellow crookneck, and what I have discovered is –
accidentally – I was pouring some water on the base of the plant and the squash
bugs just crawled right up out of there. And so I was able to grab them, squash
them – that’s how I get rid of them – you can put them in soapy water, or however
you want to take care of them when they come up. But they were coming up, they were
trying to get away from the water, they weren’t so worried about the big bad
wolf guy that was sitting up there waiting for them to come up and squash
them. So we’re going to show you how I did this; now it worked so well the other
day that I haven’t found very many squash bugs on my plants – there were a
couple of that came up. So now that I’ve… I filmed that just this morning and the
the results were, well it doesn’t look quite as impressive because there’s only
like one or two bugs that came up, but there just aren’t any other bugs
crawling around on the plant. So it’s kind of an exciting thing to do, reduces
the need for pesticide interventions, you don’t have to use the chemical type
approach and you can do this, and you can do the squash bug, so we’ll take a look
at this. You can see I’ve got this cleaned up in there pretty well; the
squash bugs like to hide in amongst the petioles of the leaves so I like to
clean the leaves out a little bit. Of course anytime you see egg clusters like
this on the leaves you want to get rid of those – I just smash them with my thumb –
got that cleaned up. Take my water jug, pour around and see what comes up. There he is: coming up right there. I
just take him and do with them like I like to do: squash the squash bugs. One
crawling up right there, getting out of the water, I’ll just take
it – pinch it. So for this control method all you really need is a jug of water; it
doesn’t work real well on the long viney plants. They – the squash bugs – have got
places that they can go and…and hide; it works when you’ve got a place right
there around the base where they’re hiding. The plate – the plant – is quite
compact, and basically what you’re doing is just kind of flooding that spot, just
a real brief flood, and those squash bugs will come up out of there. So there you
have it: just another way to have fun in your
Hey guys! In this video, I‘m gonna show you 5 bugs
and exploits, which everybody should know about. Let‘s get right into it. Number one. Normally, in CS:GO when you open a door, you
will always push it to the outside. However, in some situations it is much more
useful to pull the door in the inside. There are two different ways to achieve this. The first one is, to let your teammate throw
a decoy very close to the door. It doesn‘t work with your own decoy, so
you need somebody else to throw it. The second way to pull a door in the inside
is, to have a teammate stand very close to the door. Also, you can throw your own decoy at a door,
so it leaves a tiny gap, from which you can shoot the enemy. Everything I have just shown you, works with
every door in the game. Let‘s talk about number two. When hitting a player with a grenade, it will
fly through him and even through the closed door behind him. This works with every grenade and with every
door, and even on the vent in nuke or the metal sheets in cobblestone. Especially throwing a flashbang through a
closed door can have an devastating effect on the enemy. Number three. Type anything into the console, then mark
and drag it, and close the console by pressing Escape. Now you have a crosshair, which will even
stay with an unscoped sniper rifle, so it makes noscoping a lot easier. But keep in mind, when moving the mouse, the
crosshair will also move a little bit, which can be quite distracting. But in my opinion it‘s still better than
putting something on the screen – or installing something, which might send you on vacation. If you want to get rid off the crosshair,
just press anywhere in the console. Let‘s get into number four. Basically it‘s just a bind, which will show
you as a CT, where the bomb is. But keep in mind, that it only works, if you
are relatively close to the bombsite. To use this, simply type the command into
the console. You can use any key you want, and as always,
you can find the command in the description. Number five. This one is also a bind and it will clear
all decals like blood and grenade stains as well as bullet holes. This can improve visibility a lot, especially
in very dark areas. However, I do not recommend to use it on a
key which is pressed very often, like the left mouse button for example. Simply because decals and especially blood
can give you helpful information and feedback, for example, if your shots are hitting the
enemy. So, that‘s it already. Thanks for watching! If I could help you, please consider liking
this video and subscribing to my channel.