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    This is a free, pay shipping full sized bottle of L'ange hair heavenly reparative shampoo. This is a Facebook promoted deal. I chose heavenly reparative shampoo because I have waist length hair. It’s difficult to keep it healthy. L'ange heavenly reparative shampoo has a light coconut fragrance. It produces a decent amount of lather but not as much as I expected. It left my hair clean and manageable even before I applied my hair mask. I haven’t been using it long enough to determine how much it restores and repairs hair. It’s easy to use, works well with my current self care products, and my hair appears healthier; so, I’m hopeful. I’ve added it to my current haircare lineup. I’d like to see how it performs long term.

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    Jazz-pop with some jazz-rock, fusion and soul influences, Cero’s most recent record is a varied and pleasant easy-listening experience. I think that my problems lie in that, after their exhilarating recent single ‘Fdf’ and Shohei Takagi’s excellent Triptych, Poly Life Multi Soul is quite clearly of a different time in Cero’s development – and a period that I, for one, don’t find as interesting.

    Pick: ‘Double Exposure’

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  • In comparison to last year’s big jump in quality with WRC 8, WRC 9 is a more modest lurch forwards. Several great new rallies have been added and it does feel like there’s been a bit of massaging under the hood – with a better sense of car mass and weight transfer – but elsewhere things seem fairly similar. This makes WRC 9 a thoroughly excellent entry point into the series, especially for rally fans who aren’t aware of the rapid and remarkable improvement of the official WRC series since developer KT Racing took over in 2015. However, if you already own last year’s game you may crave a little more than WRC 9 has to offer. [ignvideo width=610 height=374 url=https://ift.tt/2FI342l] WRC 9 is a slightly peculiar experience, as it’s found itself in a similar position to Codemasters’ F1 2020. That is, thanks to the long-haul nature of video game development and a global pandemic, it’s ended up shipping with a bunch of events that were already stripped from the real calendar long before launch – and understandably without any of the surprise replacements that have been shoehorned into the real championship at the last minute. So it’s been unfairly robbed of authenticity, though in a way that lets us pretend we live in an alternate universe that’s not quite as much of a bummer. [poilib element=“quoteBox” parameters=“excerpt=Kenya%2C%20known%20as%20the%20famous%20Safari%20Rally%2C%20is%20a%20serious%20standout”]The fresh rally locations are Kenya, New Zealand, and Japan, and this is the only way you’ll see WRC cars tackle these events in 2020. Kenya, known as the famous Safari Rally, is a serious standout; fanging past flamingos in the African countryside is a massive aesthetic shift from the mostly European-based rallies that make up the majority of the calendar. The red mud and soil contrasts beautifully with the swaying green grass and there are tons of unique trackside features to behold, from enormous baobab trees to curious zebras. It also features some fantastic high-speed blitzes across wide-open countryside that are extremely authentic to the real event, and these are vastly different to the challengingly cramped and twisty stages in places like Monte Carlo and Germany. It is a superb addition to KT Racing’s series. [ignvideo width=610 height=374 url=https://ift.tt/2H5xTyA] New Zealand is fantastic too, particularly the sections that wrap their way along the North Island coastline, and Japan is an incredibly taxing and technical tarmac-based rally boasting a lot of raised sections of road flanked by streams and ditches that’ll totally ruin your day.

    Fuel and Unusual Punishment

    WRC 8 arrived with a radically overhauled career mode that seemed to draw inspiration from both the Dirt and F1 games, turning WRC 7’s vanilla shuffle from one event to the next into something that made me feel as if I really had an actual race team around me. WRC 9 seems mostly the same in this department, but to avoid déjà vu it probably could’ve done with a way for returning players of WRC 8 to skip past the feeder series and get straight to the WRC championship proper. It’s also still pretty incongruous that it’d be up to a newly-hired driver to personally rotate staff out for vacation time, although it’s less annoying this time because team-members don’t seem to tire as quickly in WRC 9. The ridiculous bonus objectives have remained, though, and while the penalty for ignoring them or brushing them away is only slight, it’s still hard to swallow your current manufacturer reputation dropping after you win a rally, all because you had the audacity to… choose the best tyre compound for the job instead of an arbitrarily mandated one. Were you saving those tyres for a special occasion, lads? I thought I was doing the right thing using them to… drive faster than those other blokes. [ignvideo width=610 height=374 url=https://ift.tt/2FKow70]

    Triple Caution! Stay Centre!

    There have been a few refurbishments elsewhere, with a handful of subtle but welcome tweaks since WRC 8. The feeling of weight seems better, though cars are no less nimble; there just seems to be an improved sensation of bulk as your car dances across the gravel, which is ideal. There’s a new English co-driver whose delivery is more organic, though it’d be nice to have one who has the dialogue on-hand to be able to react in real-time to your good (or bad) driving. Additionally, the awkwardly stiff chase cam finally appears to have been nixed in favour of one that lets the car slide and pivot more on its centre axis while the camera remains facing forwards. Previous chase cams have seemed like GoPros attached to the back of your car on a broomstick and I found them virtually impossible to use. There seem to have been improvements made to the already excellent sound mix, too. Everything from the racket of kick-up from loose surfaces to worn brakes seems stronger in WRC 9, although I have encountered an odd bug on multiple occasions where the engine sound becomes soft and muted despite all other effects remaining at normal levels. Less ideal is the AI, the skill level of which is now determined by a slider instead of named difficulty levels. The slider suggests more control to dial it in right at the perfect level to match your own driving skill, but the disparity in the AI’s performance across rallies can often be strange, especially when they go from nipping at your heels at one event to lagging miles behind in the next, despite no changes to their setting. The AI can be adjusted to compensate before each event in career mode, but it takes some testing to find the right range of difficulty (and that’s not as straightforward as it is in F1 2020). [widget path=“global/article/imagegallery” parameters=“albumSlug=the-greatest-racing-games-ever&captions=true”]

    source https://www.ign.com/articles/wrc-9-review
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  • The devil all the time is the story of killers. Everyone in the movie is a killer. What separate one killer to another is their motive.

    We started with Bill skarsgard character (Willard Russell) who killed in the name of Mercy when he killed his comrade in the war because he had been tortured to the point of death would be a sweet relieved for the man, and then he killed his son’s dog in action of desperation and his twisted believe that if he gave something that he loved to God, He would see his sacrifice and cured his wife, he had enough moral compass that he didn’t kill his own son because he also loved him dearly despite anything and won’t trade him even for his wife’s health, he loved both of them equally. But the grief he felt of losing his wife was too great to bear so he killed himself in hope he could be reunited with his wife sooner. (3 counts kills including himself)

    Then we have Harry melling (Roy Laferty) character who killed because of his false faith. He actually wasn’t a killer but he has a condition, a severe delusion that he thought he can hear God speak to him, he loved his wife but killed her because he thought he could revive her, because the voice in his head told him so. (One kill)

    Then enter the real killer in the picture, Jason Clarke (Carl Henderson) who killed just because he enjoyed killing. He had killed so many people in his life time with the help of his wife and he seem like he can’t stop doing it because he find pleasure in taking people’s lives and see them at their most vulnerable, in tears and terrified. (Count kill unknown but it’s probably over 20 from the pictures we saw later on)

    Robert Pattinson as Rev. Preston is also a killer, thought he didn’t pull a trigger or stab people with a knife but his manipulation and his refusal to accept his responsibility and twisted Lenora’s reality and even go as far as calling it delusion had driven the girl to die because of it. (2 counts including the unborn child)

    Sheriff Lee Bodecker (Sebastian Stan) killed for power, he killed the people that got on his way to get position, even go as far as trying to kill Arvin because he already knew too much about his sister, afraid he would ruin his perfect future, he knew he can’t let him lives if he wanted his position to be safe. (Killed 2 men)

    And then we came to our last killer, Arvin Russel (Tom Holland) killed people as an act of Justice. He believed that he killed for Justice when he killed Rev. Preston because the blood is for the blood, he made his sister take his own life and the only way for him to pay for what he did was death. And then when he killedthe serial killer Carl, though it was an act of self defense but knowing that Carl had been the one who murdered his sister’s dad can be seen as him giving the long overdue justice for Roy’s death, also for the dozen of other that Carl had killed without anyone knowing. Again even when Arvin killed Sheriff Lee Bodecker it can be seen as self defense as well but putting down the corrupt man like Lee before he get to win the election was a kind of putting justice for other people who is not aware of his corruption. If it was different kind of movie, we would say that Arvin is our heroes, he punished those bullies and there are many violence in his actions but it was to protect the helpless and the innocent. (4 people)

    I just think that this movie is lit if you just watched it and see it from just the perspective of seeing killers and the reason why they killed.

    I especially so impressed with the last scene before Sheriff Lee Bodecker face Arvin, the movie showed us when he killed two person in cold blooded, this way we know the two killers are capable of taking lives if it’s necessary for their survival so we dreaded more for Arvin safety.

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