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this product does work i was at a graveyard and i brought it [i was sceptical at first] when i was using it i captured an evp saying i was shot to death it was creepy and i havent gotten another evp without the ouija board
Only one word describes these lights....Kewl! Easy to install and adds a real customized touch to your BRZ or FRS. Initially I was worried about the visibility of the turn signals and brake lights during the day through the smoke lenses, but they are surprisingly bright. Not as bright as clear lenses, but bright enough for the person behind me to know what I am doing. Obviously these lights look most impressive at night and I have not seen anybody on my commute that has these installed. They have only been installed a couple of days and I have already received numerous compliments. Valenti also has an ice blue version available and I was toying with the idea of getting these instead as my car is a Galaxy Blue BRZ, however the smoke lenses match my tinted windows perfectly and I am very happy!
Fantastic Product - been using for a long time - my hair stylist recommended it for my hair thinning and it's absolutely wonderful - works!
These pedal covers, purchased at Amazon, do look great. Gas pedal cap goes on easily with a little vaseline on the tabs that face the center of the car.Grease them up and snap them in. No sweat. Well, a little sweat.
Well the world is still here after 2012, but this movie has some interesting almost believable ideas. Its all based on the Mayan calendar and the world just explodes with destruction on a catastrophic scale. The GCI effects are endless and very detailed. Those visual effects people really did their homework on how the viewer needs to see a realistic approach to such massive destruction. From a massive tsunami rolling a aircraft carrier into land to splitting the ground open and collapsing an entire coast into the sea! Wow! Awesome effects! They did great and it kept moving. I did not get bored at all.
Massive Attack is certainly in my definitions the forefathers of the trip hop movement, or at least one of them. Music hasn't sounded as sensuous and dark at the same time as Massive Attack's music. I always been an admirer of their music for years but it wasn't until a year or two ago did I start buying their cds. "Blue Lines" was my first Massive Attack album. Although "Blue Lines" can't matched up to the gorgeousness of "Protection" or "Mezzanine", it certainly has become the imprint of trip hop music with its dark, brooding beats mixed with the seductive vocals of Shara Nelson and Andy Horace.What makes Massive Attack work so much is that they always construct an entire album on various genres of music from hip hop to reggae, fusing them to give us this gorgeous soundscape of laid back dance music. The best tracks on this cd? I have to say that the first three songs on "Blue Lines" is absolutely mind-blowing. I especially love the smooth hip hop grooves of "Blue Lines". And I thought Shara Nelson sounded her best on "Safe From Harm". A couple of songs on the album took a little longer to grow on me. "Blue Lines" certainly showed me that hip hop isn't always going to be like the predictable garbage I hear on the radio and see on MTV/VH1/BET. "Blue Lines" is an incredible album for all fans of trip hop music. I know I love it.