Something is coming to the USA, says the creepy, oddly poetic voiceover in the trailer for the third season of Mr. Robot. What exactly that is is anyone's guess, but a few flashes of a new character, the return of an old one, and plenty of fsociety masks mean that the fallout will continue. Mr. Robot returns October 11, 2017.
It's the laziest move in music — ending with a fade out. Don't know how to end a song? Fade it out. Someone else writing the songs you're playing? Fade it out. It's a technique that only came around with the advent of the recording console, and Vox thinks it should make a comeback.
It can be tough to get enough water every day. Drinkfinity helps ease the task by turning plain H2O into a mood-boosting beverage. Made with a mix of dry and liquid ingredients, each pod contains vitamins and minerals that have different benefits. Some are infused with green coffee bean extract to jumpstart your day or chamomile and lemongrass extracts for that relaxing moment. But one thing you won't find is any artificial flavors or artificial sweeteners. There's also the feel-good aspect of knowing that each pod contains 65% less plastic than a 20-ounce drink bottle.
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We don't like to talk about it, but 2 out of 3 guys start losing their hair by age 35. Keeps know that the sooner you take action, the better, and gives you access to the only two FDA approved hair loss products for about $1 a day. To get started, go to their website, answer a few questions, and a doctor will send the right hair loss medications for you. The first month is free, and there's no easier way to keep the hair you still have.
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There's no one quite like you — not even all the other tattooed, skinny jeaned, horn-rim glasses, 80s hairstyled, iPhone-toting, selfie-taking, denim jacket-wearing, bearded, and pierced people. In other words, you're unique. Just like everyone else wearing the uniform. And Dissolve created this faux ad that mocks the ever-cringworthy nature of youth advertising as a testament to your individuality.
Old Spice has entertained us with their commercials for years, full of nonsensical characters in even more nonsensical scenarios. With their latest project, they upped their usual 30-second spot to a full-length feature film, and just like their spray deodorant, it's invisible. Starring, well it doesn't really metter. You can't see them anyway.