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    The 2nd Escouts Video Blog

    The second installment of the blog


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    Very nice but i am afraid you would never get a job as a TV weatherman with that kind of camera left and right co-ordination

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    He means scarf not necker

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    I hope not, scarfs are those woolly things for keeping you warm, neckers are what Scouts wear

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    Quote POR, rule 10.7:

    Items of official uniform:

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    teal green long sleeved shirt or blouse;
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    navy blue activity trousers;
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    smart navy blue skirt;
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    Group scarf and woggle;
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    leather Scout belt and buckle

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    I have created a poll to settle which term is more commonly used http://escouts.org.uk/forum/showthread.php?t=5194

    So now we can get back to discussing Richards excellent video blog.

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    How many things did you try and sell there!!! Those TV shopping channels better sign you up quick!!

    Liked the graphics - What vidio editor do you use?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith View Post
    How many things did you try and sell there!!! Those TV shopping channels better sign you up quick!!

    Liked the graphics - What vidio editor do you use?
    Windows Vista movie maker, its not bad

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post
    Windows Vista movie maker, its not bad
    Better then XP?
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    NOOO u've plugged jambo too you have fallen into the trap of asking us too buy more things heehee

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith View Post
    Better then XP?
    Vista or movie maker??

    Its my first time using movie maker so dont know

    As for vista, well its not worth the money , or the hassle upgrading, I only have it as my other desktop packed in.

    If this is all they can come up with in 7 years of development, god help us !!!!!!!!!

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    Much better sound quality and I haven't done anything to wavelengths at all.
    What tartan are you having your kilt made with or is it a special Jamboree one? I won't ask what you wear underneath your kilt, tho' others might!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ninthskip View Post
    Much better sound quality and I haven't done anything to wavelengths at all.
    What tartan are you having your kilt made with or is it a special Jamboree one? I won't ask what you wear underneath your kilt, tho' others might!
    The tartan is Scottish National.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ninthskip View Post
    I won't ask what you wear underneath your kilt, tho' others might!
    I will, you going commando then?
    The Outdoor Traditionalist (a largely bushcraft blog). Have a look at this how to page for things to try.
    http://austinlill.blogspot.co.uk/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Austin Lill View Post
    I will, you going commando then?
    Nope, I'm going as a Uniformed Adult to the World Jamboree, not a commando

    It is a Scout Jamboree afterall

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