5 In a move that has prompted surprise, confusion and perhaps even a little revulsion, Oscar Mayer recently branched out from its vast selection of packaged deli meats and wieners with its new product: a hydrating facial mask inspired by b-o-l-o-g-n-a. The fleshy pink mask has the moist appearance of sliced sandwich meat and is sealed in the company's classic red-and-yellow packaging. Labeling on the package makes it clear, however, that the product is not food. It's a sheet mask designed to evoke the childhood memory of biting eye and mouth holes into a slice of luncheon meat and then wearing it on your face. Nostalgia factor and clever marketing aside, the hydrogel masks are genuine skin-care products and shouldn't be evaluated at, well, face value. So several of my colleagues and I tried them, and I spoke with some skin-care experts who were game to discuss the relative merits of a bologna-inspired face mask. Here are the answers to … [Read more...] about Oscar Mayer wants you to put ‘bologna’ on your face. We had to investigate.
(BPT) - Your home is a reflection of who you are and is where you should feel your best. When designing spaces, it's important to select pieces that evoke your personality and add interest to your surroundings. One of the biggest opportunities to define a room is through lighting that adds touches of fashion and function. Lighting helps pull a room aesthetic together, much like how a special accessory such as a necklace or tie elevates an outfit. Selecting lighting should be done thoughtfully, with each option complementing — not competing — with the surroundings. Lighting is meant to enhance the other elements of the room and add a distinguished finishing touch. If you're considering updating your lighting, it's important to take time to determine what you like and how that can be integrated into spaces. Every room tells a story, and the goal is for the lighting to be an extension of that tale. To get started, ask yourself some questions: Do you like the warmth of … [Read more...] about Learn how lighting can transform a home with individual style
Earlier this month, during the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Sony announced the Sony Mobility division which will explore the firm's potential entry into the electric vehicle business. The tech company previewed its intentions with the Vision-S 02 SUV concept, and it has reportedly begun looking for new partners to help it build its EV operations. A new report from Automotive News shines more light on Sony’s ambitions to enter the growing EV segment. It’s too early for any specific details regarding products and launch dates, though the manager that will lead the Sony Mobility division told the publication the company understands it has to act quickly if it wants to create a successful electric vehicle business. Gallery: Sony Vision-S 02 SUV Concept 20 Photos "We see the risk of ignoring EVs as greater than the challenge they pose," Izumi Kawanishi … [Read more...] about Sony Searching For Partners To Enter EV Segment
The incoming leader of a Georgetown Law research institute has apologized after facing backlash for a series of now-deleted tweets about President Joe Biden's promise to nominate a Black woman for the Supreme Court that the school's dean has called "appalling." Ilya Shapiro, the vice president and director of the Robert A. Levy Center for Constitutional Studies at the Cato Institute, is set to begin his new role as executive director of the Georgetown Center for the Constitution on Tuesday. Less than a week before Shapiro arrives on campus, his comments on Biden's potential pick for the high court have drawn frustration from many in the community. "Objectively best pick for Biden is Sri Srinivasan, who is solid prog & v smart. Even has identify politics benefit of being first Asian (Indian) American," Shapiro wrote on Wednesday, following news that Supreme Court Justice Stephen G. Breyer will retire at the end of the current term. Srinivasan made history in 2020 when he became … [Read more...] about Incoming Georgetown Law administrator apologizes after tweets dean called ‘appalling’
Click here to read the full article. The Jan. 6 committee has subpoenaed 14 of the fake Republican “electors” who schemed to overturn their states’ 2020 election results by signing forged documents submitted to the government. “The Select Committee is seeking information about attempts in multiple states to overturn the results of the 2020 election, including the planning and coordination of efforts to send false slates of electors to the National Archives,” Chairman Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.) wrote in a statement. “We believe the individuals we have subpoenaed today have information about how these so-called alternate electors met and who was behind that scheme. We encourage them to cooperate with the Select Committee’s investigation to get answers about January 6th for the American people and help ensure nothing like that day ever happens again.” More from Rolling Stone GOP Lawmaker Pushes Bill to Let Him and His Pals Overturn Elections The Criminal Investigation … [Read more...] about Jan. 6 Committee Slaps Subpoenas on Trump Supporters Involved in Bogus Elector Scheme