MEGA Construx™ Halo Master Chief Collection SRP: $20 Available 7.23.20 9 A.M. PST - Mattel Creations Instagram It's been nearly 20 years since the first Halo game debuted, and you can celebrate by cracking open some armor to discover six different versions of MJOLNIR exoskeletons. The classic MK V armor is there, as well as the MK VI GEN3 armor from the upcoming Halo Infinite. This packaging also lights up to display your armor in all its glory. … [Read more...] about Mattel Creations Offers New Exclusives for [email protected]
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With help from a friend, Terry Price aka Photo Ops recorded "Pure at Heart" in his apartment living room turned makeshift studio. The approach was partly inspired by the magic of older music, which was often the result of limitations. On the bouncy lead single "Play On," Price hopes that humanity can push past the current climate and "find some positivity on the horizon." … [Read more...] about 100 Albums Released in 2020 to Put on Your Radar
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Jaron Schneider: I fear if I got wireless charging pads, I would still keep the lighting cables as backups to those pads. But I would have fewer of them I guess. Additionally, my keyboard and mouse both need lighting to charge. So it only eliminates possibly two cables from my bedroom. … [Read more...] about DT Debate: Why do we all have a drawer full of old chargers and other cords?
The company applied the same deadly cost-cutting mentality to its oil rig in the Gulf. BP, it is important to note, is less an oil company than a bank that finances oil exploration; unlike ExxonMobil, which owns most of the equipment it uses to drill, BP contracts out almost everything. That includes the Deepwater Horizon rig that it leased from a firm called Transocean. BP shaved $500,000 off its overhead by deploying a blowout preventer without a remote-control trigger – a fail-safe measure required in many countries but not mandated by MMS, thanks to intense industry lobbying. It opted to use cheap, single-walled piping for the well, and installed only six of the 21 cement spacers recommended by its contractor, Halliburton – decisions that significantly increased the risk of a severe explosion. It also skimped on critical testing that could have shown whether explosive gas was getting into the system as it was being cemented, and began removing mud that protected the … [Read more...] about The Spill, The Scandal and the President