Of these skate spinners, which would be best?

http://www.rainbosports.com/shop/site/product.cfm/id/4AC584A1-475A-BAC0-501FDB10BFB76925

http://www.rainbosports.com/shop/site/product.cfm/id/4AC584C0-475A-BAC0-57906E2DD06001EB

http://www.rainbosports.com/shop/site/product.cfm/id/3132E5B4-D610-7E99-D0DFD31E29D47687

I want a GOOD spinner that will actually work. :/ I’ve heard that the foot shaped ones are the best, but I’ve also seen people having problems with the foot shaped spinner. I’ve heard that square is next in line, and then circle, but the circle one still looks the best-made out of all of them. :/ Any help from you guys on this would be absolutely fabulous, and thanks in advance! :D

(At this point I can do camels, sits, 1 foot, scratch, and combinations.)

Chosen Answer:

I prefer the second one. I think it’s sturdy and well-balanced, plus it is well-made.
It is heavy and you need to store it in a plastic bag with the “Do Not Eat” packets from shoes and purses to protect it from dirt and dampness.

You should ask to try out someone else’s before you buy. That’s the best way to figure out what will work for you.

Would you prefer an Internet Champion styled WWE championship or the current spinner belt?+BQ?

I think, in the near future, Zack Ryder will be the one to re-style the WWE Championship, and get rid of the silly toy belt.

BQ: In your opinion, when Zack Ryder wins the championship, will he be the best WWE Champion of the decade?

Chosen Answer:

I’ve been hoping that they’d go back to the winged title for a long, long time. The spinner belt just looks too much like a toy, even when it doesn’t spin.

BQ: I don’t know if Ryder will ever win the WWE title, but I’d be more than up for him winning the IC/US at the moment.

t20 wc 2010 previews of each team by me(non biased)?

the t20 world cup 2010 will be extremely tough because evryteam looks in very good form and all teams have vey good players

afghanistan:
they will definetely not win this year because its their first world cup and they are a new team

ireland:
ireland wont win because they dont have any good bowlers

zimbabwe:
zimbabwe have a chance of getting into the super eight because they have over 7 spinners and spinners are very usefull in t20 because of their econimy rate. they dont have any good seamers or any good batting though

bangladesh:
bangladesh are a very good team and they are really good in t20 because they have loads of spinners( spinners mostly dont give too many runs) and they have a very strong batting line up. but the biggest problem with bangladesh is that they are in the toughest group.

south africa:
south africa have a chance because they have one of the best fielding, they have good seamers, good batsmen but their spinners are rubbish

india:
india have a very strong batting line up and but their bowling is very bad and their fielding needs to improve.

west indies:
west indies have a great chance of winning because of home advantage. they have a good batting line up with the likes of gayle and pollard. their fast bowling is extremely deadly at home and their main spinner ( suliemen benn) is in good form so they are likely to get in the semi finals

sri lanka:
they have a very good chance because they are a very good allround team in t20. they have the best opening pair in t20 ( dilshan and jayasury) but after sangakara theyre middle order is weak. they have one of the best bowling with the likes of mendis and very good pace bowling with malinga and kulasekkera.

new zealand:
newzealand look are also favs becuase they are a very similar team to sri lanka; they have very good batting with the likes of brendon mccullum and ross taylor and their pace bowling is very good with the likes of shane bond and tim southee. they also have one of the best spinner ( daniel vettori)

australia:
australia look really strong aswell with one of the best fielding but their batting is weak in t20s. their pace bowling is their speciality in t20 with the likes of shaun tait,dirk nannes,brett lee and mitchell johnson but they have weak spinners. in my opinion they should have put shane warne instead of nathan hauritz even though warne is like 40.

england:
england have a very good chance of winning an in my opinion they are they best allround team in t20 with one of the best fielding, one of the strongest batting with the likes of morgan, kp and colling wood. they also have one of the best bowling line up and they have one of the best spinners of right now ( grame swanne)

pakistan( my team):
pakistan are one of the favs with very good batting with the likes of afridi,young umar akmal , misbah and razzaq and we have the strongest bowling line up with the likes of umar gul muhammad asif and young muhammad amir. we also have the best spinning pair in t20 ( and odis) saeed ajmal and shahid afridi.

pakistan will win the t20 wc 2010 inshallah.

Chosen Answer:

WOW dude
you are a Legend

Best film for LOMO spinner?

Hi there!

I’m looking to buy a LOMO spinner as it looks like a great gadget. The only think is, I can’t find any information on the best type of film to buy for it, and I’m not a camera buff by any means!

Obviously it will be a 35mm canister, but which CN / ISO rating would be best for a camera that’s spinning? The site lists films from CN 100 through to 800 and I have no idea what any of them mean!

I’m willing to have a go at trial-and-error with a couple of them … but doing them all would be pricey!

Many thanks in advance for your time and help!
Apologies, I knew I forgot something! Here’s a link to the LOMO spinner;

http://uk.shop.lomography.com/spinner-360

Thanks for your response BigAl, but I didn’t ask anything about the build quality or what you thought of the camera, only the best film to use in it.

I’ve already asked a couple of high street places if they can process from this camera and they’ve said they easily can. I don’t mind paying above the odds for the amazing and beautiful shots this camera is capable of taking … with the correct film! If it breaks after a short time, I’ll get a refund.

Chosen Answer:

Look, it’s a heap of plastic juink selling at possibly 150 times it’s production cost and it doesn’t even tell you that getting the film Developed and Printed is going to cost around £15 per film because of the non-standard format. Your High Street processor can’t handle this format.
Even at their “reduced (snigger snigger)” price + 2 films + D&P would set you back around £115 for perhaps 20 pictures?
And that is if the camera keeps working for 2 entire films – doubtful.