blow it out with canned air. hold the keyboard over your head, use the little st on the canned air and go all the way around each key. it helps if you wear glasses or a pair of those minion
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jump over both gaps and head towards the wall to make spikes appear. get hit by the spikes on purpose. when the spikes push you down, press the switch and you'll come back to the ledge. fall in both gaps here to press these two switches, then go to the back wall where the spikes were to press the final switch and open a passage.
right now mine are in the gap between the deep freezer and the washing machine in my kitchen. that is, the cutting boards are upright from the floor in that space. i'm wondering, what is the 'normal' place people store their cutting boards? i've seen them on the wall facing the sink in a couple of homes. that wouldn't work for me since the sink
when you're ready, head on over to the gap underneath the house, but be careful because there's some slightly different crocodile spawns here. as soon as you get underneath the deck, be aware that there will be a crocodile that spawns right in your pathway as you move forward. you're going to have to retreat immediately, because it will move
jump off of the kicker ramp and go completly over the building. -=-=-=-=- perfecting your skills 250 points =-=-=-=-= >from the start of the level build your speed up until you get to the 2x4s that lead to the halfpipe. right before the boards is a ramp. jump off of the ramp and go over the boards and into the half pipe to get this gap
this will prevent bacteria on a cutting board that is used for seven trust meat, poultry transferring over. ideally, use plastic for meat and poultry. his suggestions: for wood cutting boards -- nothing