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Works great. Better reception than stock factory antenna. Now I don't have to take my antenna off at the car wash.
+++Warning, this will contain some spoilerish material from previous seasons, but no major giveaways from season 5. If you have not seen the prior seasons proceed at your own risk. +++
Meh the info in is pretty mediocre here not really worth it in my opinion, I thought it would have more compared to other market books I was disappointed.
This new series is a spin off from the authors Ujal series featuring aliens on Earth who have a lot in common with mythical mermen! It's a series I've followed but for some reason I have missed Dashing Through the Stars which introduced the Preor. The Preor have suffered at the hands of a mass murderer and now just like the Ujal they are searching for compatible mates to save their race but not everyone is happy with the choice of humans.
It rid bacteria and virus on any surface. For example, it is great for cuts and skin inflammation, however it leaves a visual scar. The smell is a bit to high. Besides that its great and I think every household should have it in their first aid kit.
I use this in conjunction with The CeraVe Foaming Facial Cleanser at nights and I love it. Keeps the face smooth and moisturized and clear looking. Doesn't clog pores. It's NOT a super heavy moisturizer, it's very light, but even though it's light, it still makes the skin feel properly moisturized after application. This is perfect for summer nights, but for people with super dry skin, especially in the winter, I would advise you pair this up with a light skin oil to boost the moisture if this isn't heavy enough for you. During this harsh winter, I paired it up with Maracuja oil (patted it on over it) on super dry nights. If you're looking for a heavy moisturizer or even something that is super moisturizing for very thirsty skin, you may not want to get this. But if you are OK with a light moisturizer that soaks right into the skin giving just enough moisture and leaves no oily residue feeling, this is for you.
Standouts for me were Alice Munro's "Night," Vanessa Veselka's "Highway of Lost Girls," Kevin Sampsell's "'I'm Jumping Off the Bridge,'" Angela Morales's "The Girls in My Town," Zadie Smith's "Some Notes on Attunement," Tod Goldberg's "When They Let Them Bleed," Megan Stielstra's "Channel B," and Steven Harvey's "The Book of Knowledge"--nothing like ending a collection with a gut-punch!