Some other interesting tidbits include: dynamic weather, a day/night cycle, specific aggressive animals that will offer upgrade resources once defeated, interchangeable armor, and ways to improve Jin's sword. For the entire Q&A sesh, head to the official PlayStation blog post here. … [Read more...] about Ghost of Tsushima devs confirm side quests, flute-playing, and more in Q&A sesh
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How should I clean and store my face mask? Cloth face masks worn during the coronavirus pandemic should be washed regularly, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Public health experts recommend wearing a mask made from cotton fabric, such as T-shirts, or scarves and bandannas, when you are outside and unable to maintain social distancing from others. The covering should be washed daily after use, says Penni Watts, an assistant professor at the University of Alabama at Birmingham's School of Nursing. It is best to clean your mask in a washing machine or with soap and hot water. The mask should be dried completely. Dry it in a hot dryer, if possible. Watts advises storing the clean, dry mask in a new paper bag to keep it safe from germs. The CDC has urged people to use washable cloth coverings to ensure there are enough surgical and N95 masks for medical workers. Empty Mecca, No Devotees At Siddhivinayak: The World Turns Into A Ghost Town … [Read more...] about What is the right way to clean and store a face mask?
The town is well-known for booze-fuelled fun and rowdy Brit tourists but it's party days could now be over thanks to the new Government's plan to clean up its act. … [Read more...] about Cyprus to welcome Brits in ‘early to mid-July’ – and will pay for your holiday if you catch it there
(George Klineman is a freelance reporter, a former student activist whose parents were born in America. He got wind of the story through the man who was to become his father-in-law, David Conn. Conn was an elder in the Disciples of Christ, a loose confederation of churches that included the Peoples Temple. In the early Seventies, Conn heard strange rumors about Jones: guns at the Redwood Valley temple, beatings, fear in those who left the Peoples Temple. Klineman interviewed temple defectors and took the information to one of his sources in the Treasury Department, which encompasses the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. Klineman had simply asked his source if he knew anything about a northern California religious organization that was arming itself.) … [Read more...] about In the Valley of the Shadow of Death: Guyana After the Jonestown Massacre
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