56 thoughts on “Movie Star Planet Hack – StarCoins and Diamonds

  1. nasty1

    I have a huge crack on all over my phone the crack is really deep and a chip of glass coming off.Looking for a way to make it alot less noticeable.Anyway or thing will help.

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  2. ScRSC

    In the previous two years there was a roof leak, could the crack be related to damp?

    Since it is coming from the top down I am thinking it isn’t settlement like basement cracks?

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  3. Eric

    My horse has a little crack in the toe of his hoof and one person said he had a toe crack but somebody else called it seedy toe. Are they the same thing?

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  4. Tyler H

    I can crack my fingers on each hand 15 differnt ways each time. My neck 4 times. Each ankle and each toe. Both my knees. And I can’t forget my back. That is a total of 49 cracks.

    How many times can you crack yourself? My big toes I can crack repeatedly.

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  5. Jenna

    We own the house which is only 4 yrs old. We are renting it. We do not want to carpet it as the renter (a guy) is not the cleanest. Two tiles have been cracked and replaced using paper underneath. That did not work. The laundry room across to the kitchen is cracked. It is not showing a crack on the wood laminate floor in between the laundry room and the kitchen. I do not want to use carpet or wood in the kitchen. What should we use that won’t crack again. Is there something out there that would be good to use and not crack?

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  6. PolishPokeyPimp

    Does crack contain baking soda? If so, then why is it said to be a lot worse for you?

    I am not going to take either, I am just curious.

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  7. turg143

    I accidently backed into it as it was raising up and put an external crack on the door. It does not go all the way through the panel, so it appears more cosmetic than anything. But I want to sell my house in a couple years and don’t want that crack hurting value.

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  8. Big Banger

    I’ve been trying to make those cracking noises with my fingers/knuckles.I usually close the hand with the fingers i wanna crack into a fist,then use the other hand to wrap around it and push.Can someone tell me what Im doing wrong?

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  9. Jeff

    I believe the mirror fractures form differently depending on the speed at which the crack propagates through the mirror but I am not sure what would cause the speed to change. Any insight would be appreciated.

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  10. John G

    I heard if you use the tip of a spark plug and throw it at a windshield, it will crack. I am trying to settle a bet. Is this myth true?

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  11. Samuro

    I have a slight crack, more of a nick really, in my frint windshield of my car. Its just a small point where the glass was chipped and has small spider vein like cracks that are very slowly developing. Any tips to slow the process, or have a quick fix that won’t result in replacing the whole thing?

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  12. jdubdoubleu7704

    I know a crack dealer who buys cocaine and makes crack with it then sells it. I thought crack was worth less than cocaine or is it not? If it is how much more is 1 gram of crack worth than one gram of cocaine?

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  13. Krazy Bob

    I had a chip in my windshield & last night it cracked – its in the shape of a smile, from the drivers side to the passenger side. Is there anything I can put on it to stop the crack from getting bigger until I can replace the windshield?

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  14. Le Pwner

    The crack is where my cement patio meets the brick on my house. We have used cement but it doesn’t hold after the winter. Thank you. Sorry that I failed to mention that this is outside. Sorry that I failed to mention that this is outside and exposed to the weather.

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  15. Con Orpe

    Ok so i crack my neck all the time. But today, i went to crack it but instead of cracking, it made this different quieter noise that i think wasn’t really a crack. Now i can’t move my neck without it hurting and i have to bend it one was cause the other way kills. Help ME!

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  16. PIE BOY

    The concrete slab has a crack accross and I want to repair the crack area and lay a thin layer over whole to lev el and clean up complete floor. Is this possible ? any suggestions on how to do this ?

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  17. callofduty5123412

    Back in July, I bought a le creuset pot in Tkmaxx. Its a stoneware pot with a lid – I couldn’t tell you what size as I’m not sure. It was the second time I had used it and its cracked. I was reheating some sausage casserole on the hob for my children for lunch when I heard popping/cracking sounds when cooking. I just assumed it was the sausages but when I did the washing up I noticed a crack in it, a couple of inches long. Is the dish still safe to use even though it has a crack in it? How can I fix the crack? I no longer have a receipt for it When I got it there was nothing to say I couldn’t use it on the hob.

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  18. zaclo

    I already tried to duct tape both sides of the crack and then put a garbage bag inside of the tub and it has leaked. Anybody have any suggestions? Keep in mind this is a keg tub.

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  19. Anny

    I have a wood dining table that has a small crack on it that seems to be getting longer! Is there something I can buy like glue or something to stop it.

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  20. veemodz

    It happened over night in the cold, the crack spread and is now about 6 inches long, this has happened over a span of 2 days? Can I just have the crack filled? Also it is in the lower left portion of the windshield

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  21. Duke

    Yesterday, I involuntarily made a crack in my bedroom’s door. If my mother discovers it, I’m dead. Further, the owner is coming tomorrow morning in our apartment, and he must not see that crack, which is very apparent, and located just under the handle. My maximum budget to conceal that crack is ±$20.

    I must find a subtle way to: * Hide the depression in the door * Cover the cracks * Make the color even (the door is white) Before my mother comes back in a few hours.

    Help me!

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  22. kewlflame14

    I recently remodeled my bathroom and layed down a new subfloor(plywood) and cement backerboard. The floor seemed level and I put down mortat then the tile.

    After I grouted and it dried, a crack formed in one line of grout from one wall to the other wall(aprox 6 ft).

    Can I just regrout that line to fill in the crack or is there something else I should do? I forgot to mention- I have not sealed the grout yet.

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  23. Agent 47

    We got a hand-blown blue glass hummingbird feeder as a gift and it now has a crack in it. Is there any way to repair the crack without making a bulky, visible seal? The crack appears on the inside and is somewhat difficult to reach. We can seal the outside but the crack appears on the inside and seems to have spread. We would like to repair it since it was a gift. Thanks.

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  24. Terrence

    So I put a decent crack in the side fairing of my Ninja and don’t have the money right now to replace the part. For the time being, what can I do to stop the crack from growing? I’ve heard a few suggestions, but I wanted additional opinions. Thanks in advance. I would think that drilling a hole would make the crack worse.

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  25. SKATEskum

    Why do people crack their knuckles, and what is going on in your knuckles when they’re being cracked? And also what makes the cracking noise?

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  26. Ev dog

    There’s a really thin crack right on the side of my electric guitar, directly above the first fret. Can it get any worse? It’s under warranty, should I just bring it in?

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  27. easton j

    We have a table from Pier 1 which has a small crack. The table is made of rubberwood and has a black lacquer finish. How can we repair the crack so that it doesn’t continue to spread?

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  28. evil chevy

    The crack is 15ft long in one part separated from another 7ft crack by the crawlspace entry. Their is some bowing of the wall. The home was built in 1940.

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  29. Hotshot t

    I have a hairline crack emerging diagonally from the top corner of my door in my drywall. I have patched it with drywall tape and spackle, but it is coming back. It is 6in approx, and a hair line crack. There is no water damage, just a crack in the drywall. How can I fix this?

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  30. steve

    I know someone who uses both crack and marijuana. I was wondering the signs of withdrawl. Or any information about the side effects. I am worried about there health and there future.

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  31. Paul M

    Can you get a crack inside of a diamond when installing it into a ring? When they are installing a diamond on the ring, can you get a crack or break inside the diamond? When we purchased the diamond there was no visible cracks inside the diamond. After installation when we got the ring, we saw a visible crack which could be easily seen with the naked eye. Could anything have happened to the diamond when they made it into a ring? Do they use a torch or something?

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  32. Elijah luv

    What can do to repair a hairline crack on my bathtub that’s either plastic or fiberglass material. I would like something that is not as visible.

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  33. Jason

    I recently noticed a “stair step” crack in my foundation’s mortar joint. Foundation company came to my house and said the foundation was okay. My question is, how do I fix the mortar joint? Is there some kind of product you’d recommend to fill the crack to keep water out?

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  34. Duke

    Also, is it true everytime you crack your knuckles your fingers can get fatter?? I have a nervous habit of cracking my knuckles.

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  35. rndmaktn

    I’ve just accidentally put a hole/crack/indent in the plaster wall at my rental property. I want to be able to fix it but I don’t have any of the same paint to use. How can I fix it without having to repaint?

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  36. Jason

    When you crack your knuckles, how long do you have to wait to crack them again?

    I always crack my knuckles. it feels good and It feels better when i feel I need to crack them.

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  37. Alun J

    I have heard that if you can fit a quarter in the crack in the roof it is in danger of collapse but anything crack smaller than that is not worth worrying about. Is this true? I have a crack going from one end of the ceiling to another in the bedroom. It’s a tad bigger than hairline but it’s not big enough to even stick a penny into. Is this worth worrying about. Thanks!

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  38. Lachlan

    Yesterday I replaced the fill valve, flush valve, and handle. It looks like the toilet tank might have a very tiny crack in the bottom. The crack is running from front to back. It’s very thin, and hardly visible, I’m not even sure that it is a crack that runs all the way through. If it is a crack, I think might have overtightened one of the bolts that mount the tank to the bowl since the crack runs right through it.

    The tank and bowl are yellow, so it will be hard to find a replacement tank in the same color, so if possible I want to repair it if possible. Is there a product that can repair the crack? Some sort of expoxy or glue or something like that?

    Also is there any way to confirm that the crack is what is leaking and not something else? Thanks a lot for any advice!

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  39. Terrence

    The crack in driveway is 1 inch wide and one side of the crack in an inch tall. I trees on both sides of the driveway and they are making lob sided (uneven) cracks in my driveway.

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  40. Kevin

    I have a crack on one of my back teeth. The tooth has had a filling in it for years. The crack runs horizontally just above the gum line and is yellow. It is not cracked on the back/inside of the tooth (possibly because of the filling preventing it from going through the entire tooth). It causes no problem at all and I don’t care how it looks. I just would like to know if it’s anything to worry about and if it is likely to crack off? It doesn’t seem like it will. I cannot get to a dentist at the moment. The crack has been there for at least a year, probably a fair bit longer.

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  41. nick s

    My back has been hurting really bad lately and i need some ways for other people, or myself, to crack my back (other than chiropractor) . I already know the way when someone stands on your back and they tell you to breath in and out and when you breath out the put all there wait on there toes causing it to crack. any other ways?

    Thanks.

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  42. arronwrath

    If I have a horizontal crack on a concrete block foundation and I am told to make a dovetail cut prior to applying the cement how would the dovetail cut look if I am facing the block from the front ? Do I chisel above and below the crack ? When you say backcut, does this refer to reversing the angle of my cut when using a grinder ? Also my cracks are at the joints, is a dovetail cut still possible ?

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  43. sethburger

    I’ve a LG Dare.I want to crack it to install new softwares and ringtones. Is it possible because I have friends that have iphone cracked.

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  44. Matthew David

    A beam on my bed frame is cracked reaaaaally badly and my sister recently cracked hers and they saw it and were really annoyed because it costs a lot to fix. My crack is at the back so they can’t see it but they might when they pull the bed out. What should I do? It broke because I was crazy and had so much energy I was laying down and I banged my legs on the bed and it cracked.

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  45. uberfailz

    Every time it rains, we have water leak into the basement in just this one area because of a crack in the foundation. What is the best way to repair this crack so that the basement doesn’t leak anymore?

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  46. Hannah

    I crack my knuckles, my toes, my back, my neck, my wrists and my ankles, and I’m a little curious about what causes the noise and why it feels so good after wards. Also, I’ve heard that it can be harmful to my joints. Is that true?

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  47. Joe M

    I have a huge crack on all over my phone the crack is really deep and a chip of glass coming off.Looking for a way to make it alot less noticeable.Anyway or thing will help.

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  48. JOHN KAISER PHD

    The plug end of our bath has developed a crack. Is there a fairly easy way to mend this? I think it’s made of plastic. Def not metal!

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  49. stealspartansbcglobalnet

    There are two cracks in the rooftop of my building; one crack is alongside a wall and the other is in the middle of the room that has started from another wall. When there is rain, water rushes in through the cracks heavily. Do I need to open up the roof to solve the problem? What is the most effective solution to this problem? Can anybody help me out?

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  50. kiltakblog

    We discovered a hairline crack in the bottom of our fiberglass tub. Is there some way to fix this so the tub doesn’t shatter?

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  51. encyclopath

    Okay, when you crack your fingers for an extended amount of time, in my case is about 8 years, do your joints become big or swollen? Also, if I stop cracking them, will the swelling go down, and my fingers won’t look so large?

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  52. mike s

    I have this kink in my back that I know would go away if I could just crack it between the right vertebrates. I tried sitting on a chair, grabbing the back, and torquing my way around but that only cracks the lower back. I don’t have anyone here with me, but the trick where someone bear hugs you only works on the upper back. Anyone have any ideas.

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  53. Ryan Z

    I have been trying to find a way to crack a walnut without damaging the shell for a while. All I want to do is make a simple container out of it. Any Ideas?

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  54. jdubdoubleu7704

    Okay, so I want to get the hack site for moviestarplanet to get coins and stuff and all the jazz, but my McAfee anitvirusplus on my 2006 Toshiba Laptop says it may be a risky site. Has anyone gotten a virus bu it before or anything? No bodys ever said anything about it. I dont know if I should get it, please tell me youre expierence with moviestarplanethack.org/‎ Thanks so much!! By hack it means to hack msp to get coins, fame, and stuff

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