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  posted on 7/24/2016 at 03:42 PM
Well, lets see how Bernie integrates into the DNC in Philly this week. I expect that he will go down in the 4th round like he has been told to do by the establishment. Dont expect him to try and win the anti-etablishment fair play mantle that is within his reach.

He owes it to all his grass roots supporters to not take a dive.

 

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  posted on 7/24/2016 at 04:10 PM
Since when do you give a rat's ass about what Bernie does??

 

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  posted on 7/24/2016 at 04:33 PM
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Well, lets see how Bernie integrates into the DNC in Philly this week. I expect that he will go down in the 4th round like he has been told to do by the establishment. Dont expect him to try and win the anti-etablishment fair play mantle that is within his reach.

He owes it to all his grass roots supporters to not take a dive.

So you approve of the Ted Cruz method? In case you forgot, here are your comments after Cruz spoke at the RNC:

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Cruz babbled about values, but they were just platitudes. Another sore looser, behind k-suck. Act like a man and endorse the winner, Trump.

Methinks The Goober is a hypocrite.

[Edited on 7/24/2016 by bob1954]

 

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  posted on 7/24/2016 at 06:48 PM
Goober needs to get laid badly.
 

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  posted on 7/24/2016 at 09:19 PM
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Goober needs to get laid badly.


Well I'm not volunteering for that.

Maybe one of trump's immigrant wives can do that dirty job no American wants???

 

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  posted on 7/25/2016 at 01:39 AM
Never been a Ted Cruz fan; think he comes across as a whiny little B*tch. But I admire him for staying true to his core beliefs....

Love to have seen Bernie do the same.

 

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Never been a Ted Cruz fan; think he comes across as a whiny little B*tch. But I admire him for staying true to his core beliefs....

Love to have seen Bernie do the same.

At least you're consistent, unlike The Goober.

But Bernie and Ted faced different situations. Ted had faced ugly nonsensical personal attacks on himself and his family by Trump. He knows Trump does not possess the judgement or demeanor to be president.

Bernie always said that Hillary would be a much better president than Trump. Once his chance to get the nomination was gone the best he could do was to try to influence the party platform to include some of his positions. Only after that was accomplished did he endorse Hillary.

Ted did what was right for Ted. Bernie did what was right for Bernie. Neither one sold out.

 

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  posted on 7/25/2016 at 09:09 AM
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Never been a Ted Cruz fan; think he comes across as a whiny little B*tch. But I admire him for staying true to his core beliefs....

Love to have seen Bernie do the same.

At least you're consistent, unlike The Goober.

But Bernie and Ted faced different situations. Ted had faced ugly nonsensical personal attacks on himself and his family by Trump. He knows Trump does not possess the judgement or demeanor to be president.

Bernie always said that Hillary would be a much better president than Trump. Once his chance to get the nomination was gone the best he could do was to try to influence the party platform to include some of his positions. Only after that was accomplished did he endorse Hillary.

Ted did what was right for Ted. Bernie did what was right for Bernie. Neither one sold out.


Bernie sold out. Folded like a cheap tent.

 

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Never been a Ted Cruz fan; think he comes across as a whiny little B*tch. But I admire him for staying true to his core beliefs....

Love to have seen Bernie do the same.

At least you're consistent, unlike The Goober.

But Bernie and Ted faced different situations. Ted had faced ugly nonsensical personal attacks on himself and his family by Trump. He knows Trump does not possess the judgement or demeanor to be president.

Bernie always said that Hillary would be a much better president than Trump. Once his chance to get the nomination was gone the best he could do was to try to influence the party platform to include some of his positions. Only after that was accomplished did he endorse Hillary.

Ted did what was right for Ted. Bernie did what was right for Bernie. Neither one sold out.

Bernie sold out. Folded like a cheap tent.

LOL, very insightful.

 

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  posted on 7/25/2016 at 11:47 AM
What a bizarre thread. Whose life is so empty that they are angered by a guy like Bernie Sanders?
 

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  posted on 7/25/2016 at 03:37 PM
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Well, lets see how Bernie integrates into the DNC in Philly this week. I expect that he will go down in the 4th round like he has been told to do by the establishment. Dont expect him to try and win the anti-etablishment fair play mantle that is within his reach.

He owes it to all his grass roots supporters to not take a dive.


Agreed, he ran a campaign against Hillary because he felt the differences in the policies he wanted to see implemented were strong enough, he did not try to just work with her to make some changes. For him to now say he will support Hillary goes against his own campaign. Just because he will not win, does mean he should give that up.

Why can't he be an independent voice for the Green Party or the Working Families Party, or the Constitutional Party? Why does he need the Democratic Party?

 

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  posted on 7/25/2016 at 04:21 PM
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Well, lets see how Bernie integrates into the DNC in Philly this week. I expect that he will go down in the 4th round like he has been told to do by the establishment. Dont expect him to try and win the anti-etablishment fair play mantle that is within his reach.

He owes it to all his grass roots supporters to not take a dive.


Agreed, he ran a campaign against Hillary because he felt the differences in the policies he wanted to see implemented were strong enough, he did not try to just work with her to make some changes. For him to now say he will support Hillary goes against his own campaign. Just because he will not win, does mean he should give that up.

Why can't he be an independent voice for the Green Party or the Working Families Party, or the Constitutional Party? Why does he need the Democratic Party?





Because the other parties are not electable at this time.

 

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  posted on 7/25/2016 at 04:39 PM
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Well, lets see how Bernie integrates into the DNC in Philly this week. I expect that he will go down in the 4th round like he has been told to do by the establishment. Dont expect him to try and win the anti-etablishment fair play mantle that is within his reach.

He owes it to all his grass roots supporters to not take a dive.


Agreed, he ran a campaign against Hillary because he felt the differences in the policies he wanted to see implemented were strong enough, he did not try to just work with her to make some changes. For him to now say he will support Hillary goes against his own campaign. Just because he will not win, does mean he should give that up.

Why can't he be an independent voice for the Green Party or the Working Families Party, or the Constitutional Party? Why does he need the Democratic Party?




"Why can't he be an independent voice for the Green Party or the Working Families Party, or the Constitutional Party? Why does he need the Democratic Party?"

Pretty simple.

He caucuses with the Dems in his job as a senator. That means for the most part he identifies with that side of the isle. On everything...no, but certainly more than the GOP.

He received concessions on the platform.

He has repeatedly stated that Trump is a danger to the world amongst other things. Here is just one of Bernie's statements about Donald. "This guy is a pathological liar,” Sanders declared. “I don’t want to be malicious, but that’s just the damn truth. He would be a real embarrassment, a real danger to this entire world if he became president.”

He obviously made a decision not to be an independent voice for any of the parties you think he should or might. He probably feels he can make a bigger difference and impact working with the Dems & within the system (good or bad). The system (Dems & GOP) is very far from perfect - but it's the system that is in play. Compared to other political systems within the world, things could be a lot worse if one lived somewhere other than the USA.

 

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  posted on 7/25/2016 at 05:57 PM
You articulated Bernies dillema alot better than he has. He basically tried to downplay the whole thing and didnt respond till pressed. He kind of holed up and then made some lame "Hillarys our gal" comments. He mis-read the ire his base would have with this smoking gun evidence. His challenge now is to get his movement in line and keep disruptions to a minimum.

The more passive Bernie is, the more fired up his fringe movement will be.

Let me also add how tone-deaf Hillary is, washing her hands of this sham, but hiring Debbie to run her campaign. What message does this send to the Bernie faithful?

[Edited on 7/25/2016 by OriginalGoober]

 

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Never been a Ted Cruz fan; think he comes across as a whiny little B*tch. But I admire him for staying true to his core beliefs....

Love to have seen Bernie do the same.

At least you're consistent, unlike The Goober.

But Bernie and Ted faced different situations. Ted had faced ugly nonsensical personal attacks on himself and his family by Trump. He knows Trump does not possess the judgement or demeanor to be president.

Bernie always said that Hillary would be a much better president than Trump. Once his chance to get the nomination was gone the best he could do was to try to influence the party platform to include some of his positions. Only after that was accomplished did he endorse Hillary.

Ted did what was right for Ted. Bernie did what was right for Bernie. Neither one sold out.

Bernie sold out. Folded like a cheap tent.

LOL, very insightful.


You didn't say that the day I NAILED the fact that Sanders was just a prop from day one, a ruse
to make Hillary look like she had some competition to overcome. Barely a week later the truth
comes out, that the DNC his own party was out to undermine his campaign. Amazing,
though not at all surprising.

 

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Never been a Ted Cruz fan; think he comes across as a whiny little B*tch. But I admire him for staying true to his core beliefs....

Love to have seen Bernie do the same.

At least you're consistent, unlike The Goober.

But Bernie and Ted faced different situations. Ted had faced ugly nonsensical personal attacks on himself and his family by Trump. He knows Trump does not possess the judgement or demeanor to be president.

Bernie always said that Hillary would be a much better president than Trump. Once his chance to get the nomination was gone the best he could do was to try to influence the party platform to include some of his positions. Only after that was accomplished did he endorse Hillary.

Ted did what was right for Ted. Bernie did what was right for Bernie. Neither one sold out.

Bernie sold out. Folded like a cheap tent.

LOL, very insightful.


You didn't say that the day I NAILED the fact that Sanders was just a prop from day one, a ruse to make Hillary look like she had some competition to overcome. Barely a week later the truth comes out, that the DNC his own party was out to undermine his campaign. Amazing, though not at all surprising.

LOL...well, let me say it now. You da MAN!

 

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Never been a Ted Cruz fan; think he comes across as a whiny little B*tch. But I admire him for staying true to his core beliefs....

Love to have seen Bernie do the same.

At least you're consistent, unlike The Goober.

But Bernie and Ted faced different situations. Ted had faced ugly nonsensical personal attacks on himself and his family by Trump. He knows Trump does not possess the judgement or demeanor to be president.

Bernie always said that Hillary would be a much better president than Trump. Once his chance to get the nomination was gone the best he could do was to try to influence the party platform to include some of his positions. Only after that was accomplished did he endorse Hillary.

Ted did what was right for Ted. Bernie did what was right for Bernie. Neither one sold out.

Bernie sold out. Folded like a cheap tent.

LOL, very insightful.


You didn't say that the day I NAILED the fact that Sanders was just a prop from day one, a ruse
to make Hillary look like she had some competition to overcome. Barely a week later the truth
comes out, that the DNC his own party was out to undermine his campaign. Amazing,
though not at all surprising.


HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!


Moron.

 

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  posted on 7/25/2016 at 08:41 PM
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Never been a Ted Cruz fan; think he comes across as a whiny little B*tch. But I admire him for staying true to his core beliefs....

Love to have seen Bernie do the same.

At least you're consistent, unlike The Goober.

But Bernie and Ted faced different situations. Ted had faced ugly nonsensical personal attacks on himself and his family by Trump. He knows Trump does not possess the judgement or demeanor to be president.

Bernie always said that Hillary would be a much better president than Trump. Once his chance to get the nomination was gone the best he could do was to try to influence the party platform to include some of his positions. Only after that was accomplished did he endorse Hillary.

Ted did what was right for Ted. Bernie did what was right for Bernie. Neither one sold out.

Bernie sold out. Folded like a cheap tent.

LOL, very insightful.


You didn't say that the day I NAILED the fact that Sanders was just a prop from day one, a ruse
to make Hillary look like she had some competition to overcome. Barely a week later the truth
comes out, that the DNC his own party was out to undermine his campaign. Amazing,
though not at all surprising.


Not to fret. It will all come to pass. Just like Trump will pass and be forgotten. One day the GOP will realize they can't run candidates like Trump and expect to win presidential elections. He will be remembered as a non-politician turned politician that lost another election for the GOP because he was crass, a hater, challenged on the issues, the Constitution, and how the Executive Branch works.

 

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  posted on 7/25/2016 at 09:44 PM
"Will Bernie grow a set"

Too late.

The Obama, The DNC, the Democrat Party Elites and Wall Street made sure Bernie Sanders and his accolades would lose.

He never had a chance, it was set in stone.

The WP Bernouts got screwed. How did it feel?

 

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"Will Bernie grow a set"

Too late.

The Obama, The DNC, the Democrat Party Elites and Wall Street made sure Bernie Sanders and his accolades would lose.

He never had a chance, it was set in stone.

The WP Bernouts got screwed. How did it feel?



You need to read the dates on the emails. Or, you can remain ignorant.

 

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Or... you could have some lemon squares!
 

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  posted on 7/25/2016 at 10:00 PM
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"Will Bernie grow a set"

Too late.

The Obama, The DNC, the Democrat Party Elites and Wall Street made sure Bernie Sanders and his accolades would lose.

He never had a chance, it was set in stone.

The WP Bernouts got screwed. How did it feel?



You need to read the dates on the emails. Or, you can remain ignorant.

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Obama, The DNC, the Democrat Party elites, Wall Street and Hillary Clinton's foreign terrorist supporting donors set it in stone that Bernie Sanders would not be permitted to get the nomination.

That decision was set a long time ago.

How does it feel to get screwed by the political party you bend over for?


 

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Giving your Poodle a bath is a very important part of grooming, along with dental care and tear stain prevention and will be needed to keep the skin and coat healthy.




Instructions for giving a Poodle a bath varies depending on whether you have a pet Poodle or a show Poodle.




One must be careful not to bathe their canine family member too often (dry skin issues can develop) ...




While one must take care to bathe them often enough so that the coat stays healthy and tangle free.




Let's look at the steps for each and see what the main differences are for the type of Poodle that you have.




How Often to Give a Poodle a Bath



Poodles need to have a bath once every 3 weeks and there is a good reason why. When you give your Poodle a bath, both skin and coat have a 'reset'. No matter how much your dog does or does not exercise or whether your not your Poodle accumulated dirt or other debris in the coat, as soon as the last bath was given a process begins. The skin releases tiny amount of natural body oils. These work, in part, to moisturize and protect the skin. However, as time passes these oils will accumulate. Much of this will remain on the skin since it does not evaporate and the coat holds it in. At the 3 week mark there is enough accumulated that skin pores begin to become clogged. In addition, the oil has trapped enough tiny debris that it begins to smell bad.




When you give a proper bath with quality products at the 3 week mark, it will:

•Rinse away those oils

•Cleanse away dirt and debris

•Moisture the skin without leaving heavy residue

•Protect the hair from damage that can occur from the sun, cold arid air and contact friction









The 5 Stages of Bathing



With both the pet or show Poodle, there will be 5 phases to giving a bath:




1) Preparing your Poodle
2) Preparing the facilities
3) Shampooing
4) Rinsing
5) Applying conditioner or cream rinse





As you will see, there will be just a few variations for the show Poodle, since the coat is often longer & more susceptible to damage if improper techniques are used since these Poodles may need to be bathed more often depending how often they are to make an appearance.




Phase 1 - Preparing



Preparing your Poodle for a bath is just as important as the bath itself. All of the dead hairs and any tangles must be carefully removed from the coat by brushing and combing before the bath is given. Keep in mind that even though the Poodle is technically a non-shedding breed, the coat is comprised of hairs that have a life cycle. This consists of growth, rest and release. Therefore, the coat is in constant renewal and hairs will fall off. Some will fall to the floor and others will fall back into the coat.




Brushing also helps to loosen any dirt. Your goal is to give a thorough brushing from the skin outward to be sure the dog is free of mats before getting wet, as wet mats are much more difficult to remove. In addition, when shampoo is applied to any wet mat, it becomes trapped inside the mat and then is nearly impossible to completely rinse out.




Phase 2 - Preparing the Facilities




After your Poodle is thoroughly brushed and combed, it is best to give your dog an opportunity to relieve themselves, as the bathing and drying process can take a while and you want your Poodle to be comfortable and to stay still for you. If you will be using a grooming table, prepare this first by removing any hairs and spreading a large, soft towel over it. Have your supplies close at hand including a blow dryer, if you will be using one.




The bath tools and products that you will need includes:


•A rubber mat for the bottom of the tub or sink

•A hand-held water hose or a plastic container for wetting and rinsing

•A shampoo brush

•A sponge or washcloth

•Cotton

•Petroleum jelly

•Shampoo (color enhancing if the coat is dull or yellowing)

•Creme Rinse or conditioner

•Several clean, soft bath towels


Young puppies and toy Poodles often do best in the kitchen sink. Prepare this as you would the bathtub by having it clean and having all your supplies within reach.




Before you begin the bath, use cotton to gently plug your Poodle's ears so that water cannot enter the ear canal. If your Poodle has any type of chronic ear troubles, you can put a bit of Vaseline on the cotton to make double sure that water does not enter.




For show dogs - All topknot, ear wrappers and bands must be removed. While it is not mandatory, if you show, you may find it helpful to part the long mane down the center of the back with a pin brush, letting the long hair fall to ether side.




Phase 3 - Shampooing




Most owners know this, but it is so important that it must be mentioned: Never use human shampoo. It is vital that the shampoo be Ph balanced for canines, it is essential for healthy skin and coat. All shampoos are either acid, alkali or neutral. The degree of acidity or alkalinity is measured on a Ph scale that runs from 0 to 14, with 7 being neutral.




Anything between 0 and 7 is "acid" and anything between 7 and 14 is "alkaline" You need to use an alkaline based shampoo on a Poodle.




Coats can become stained, colors can become uneven....For this reason, some owners may wish to use color enhancing canine shampoo, which does not contain any dyes but rather intensifies the natural color of the Poodle's coat. For white and light colored Poodles, this will help to remove yellow or grayish discolorations. For black or brown Poodles, it will help to remove any red or orange tipping and make the coat more solid.




There are 2 methods for shampooing a Poodle, the most common being to stand the dog in the tub and then use warm water (with the spray hose or container) to wet the coat thoroughly, avoiding wetting the head or ears. It is very important that the coat be extremely wet, to the roots, before you apply the shampoo. If you are using a hand held spray, hold the nozzle as close as possible to the dog's body, this will force the water to the skin and flush out any dirt.




For show dogs, the Poodle should be shampooed and rinsed 2 times. If you are keeping your Poodle in oil treatments, 3 cycles may be necessary. Please do refer to the AllPoodleInfo Book for full chapters on bathing both pet and show Poodles correctly.






 

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"Will Bernie grow a set"

Too late.

The Obama, The DNC, the Democrat Party Elites and Wall Street made sure Bernie Sanders and his accolades would lose.

He never had a chance, it was set in stone.

The WP Bernouts got screwed. How did it feel?



You need to read the dates on the emails. Or, you can remain ignorant.

________________________________________________________________________

Obama, The DNC, the Democrat Party elites, Wall Street and Hillary Clinton's foreign terrorist supporting donors set it in stone that Bernie Sanders would not be permitted to get the nomination.

That decision was set a long time ago.

How does it feel to get screwed by the political party you bend over for?




Read the dates on the emails. You have the mental capacity to do that, right? No, you are too lazy to educate yourself.


I look forward to the election. When it is over you will pull another Ferris Muler.


Muler? Muler?

 

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When it's over he will be necrofelching the carc-ass of the T-rump, trying to salvage what's left of the Precious Bodily Fluids he pumped into his hero. To preserve his Purity Of Essence.


 
 


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