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"A Funny Story" in the library changes to a book about Ellen.This is stored in a "global" save file at the very end of the true ending, and is reset if you start a new game.Thus, you should keep a save prior to the witch's room and load it after the credits.
If you do this, he'll talk with you in front of the witch's room, which leads into some other slight changes.Fummy calls this a pseudo-third ending, but you can go to either of the defined endings from this point.
Q: What does "BLUE EYES ... ... SCORE" mean?A: Insert the Blue Eyes in the black-haired painting woman.Check the crack across from her, then run from the soldier, all the way to the music box room.
Q: The *** isn't where it used to be...HINT: Take another look through the crack in the wall.HINT 2: Was there another hole that would be "damp and foul" somewhere?A: Return to the snake's room on 3F.Enter the crack, grab the Sheet Music, and leave. (Keep running straight down.)
Q: How do I go down the poison hall?A: Avoid cracks and spikes. Don't step on the body, or you'll slow down. Don't go for the side door.Walk over the last crack: it's fake, and there are hidden spikes to the sides of it.
"Frozen" was recorded along with the rest of the album at Larrabee North Studio in North Hollywood, California. It was mastered by Ted Jensen at Sterling Studios in New York. The DAT contained the main portion of the song recordings, as well as preliminary demo sessions in Madonna's house in New York, as well as Hit Factory Studios where Madonna first sang the song. Like most of the album, "Frozen" was recorded on a Roland Juno-106. Madonna and Orbit had conducted a drummer session in Los Angeles, but it did not work out. So he contacted Fergus Gerrand who played drum samples for him in London. Orbit fed them in his workstation and cut them manually, instead of using auto-editing software like ReCycle.
The video introduces a sober, contemplative Madonna, revealing a mature mysticism. It begins with the camera skimming along a cracked, desiccated desert floor, and within seconds Madonna appears, hovering just above the ground in the distance. Her hands are covered with mehndi and an Om symbol on one palm. In the video, she slowly gestures and sways her arms towards the sky, desperately pleading to her cold lover cited in the song. At one point, she falls backward, hits the ground, and transforms into a flock of large, dark birds. Later, she transforms into a black dog. Three Madonnas also appear walking and crawling amidst the desert throughout the video. As the song progresses, the sky darkens, and the singer levitates from the ground. Her form then changes to a shiny black liquid, which runs along the desert floor and appears to be absorbed by the tattooed hands of another version of herself, curled up on the crenellated ground. The video ends with a desperate and melancholy Madonna.
"I live in a very musical household and we've lived all over the world. I have a lot of African staff that live in my house. Some are Nigerian, some are from the Congo, some are from Ghana. We were already listening to Afrobeats before it suddenly became super popular, which was just shocking to all of us."
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If we're talking K-pop, 2014 belonged to YG. While the competition suffered from crumbling groups and lawsuit mutinies, YG Entertainment made it tough to count all the ways they got it right. The rapidly diversifying record label's eighteenth year in business saw it elevate to full-blown conglomerate status, with subsidiary brands like NONAGON marking auspicious debuts in the cosmetics and fashion industries, not to mention YG benefiting from Samsung backing and cosigns courtesy of Swarovski and Milan shopping complex 10 Corso Como. Uncoincidentally, Louis Vuitton granted YG a massive vote of confidence to the tune of an $80 million investment. Microsoft used 2NE1's all-Korean mega-hit "I Am The Best" for an inescapable Surface Pro 3 ad campaign, which helped the three-year-old song top Billboard's World Digital Songs chart, garner dozens of plays per week on New York and Boston FM stations, and crack the 100 million mark on YouTube. Most impressively of all, 2NE1 frontwoman CL (pictured above) has recently joined Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande on the roster of earth's reigning pop stardom svengali Scooter Braun, who's set to help guide the rap icon's Diplo-backed solo debut toward what will likely be the most successful career for an Asian pop star in American history. (Except, maybe, for Psy. Who also has a contract with YG.)
As one might guess, Winner are the group that edged ahead of iKon on 2013's WIN survival show. As we mentioned in their first North American interview, they are distinguished not just in YG, but in all of pop music as an exceptionally hands-on boy band. Rapper Lee Seunghoon provides brilliantly artful choreography for the group, while rapper Song Minho and vocalists Nam Taehyun and Kang Seungyoon all frequently compose and produce their own songs. Completed by the well-rounded vocalist Kim Jinwoo, the group boasts a kaleidoscopic sound that portrays the members' guiding passions for rock, folk, rap, and house music.
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> To them, Persky became a symbol of all sexual offenders who mistreat women,> and also all the males in the legal system who have been too dismissive> of sexual crimes against women.Diana Diamond says this like it is the fault of the people or the victims ... hardly, the blame for that rests squarely on Persky's shoulders who got to automatic and lax in his blase attitude towards never being questioned. Democracy's function is partly to instill a fear of the people in the government, and in this recall is one of the few democratic successes of late. Think about how we have highborn sexual predators who resent having to pay a price for so few moments of action, as the defendant's father put it, while similiar perpetrators languish in prison and never can recover their lives. Or the institutionalize dichotomy between cocaine and crack.No hours long traffic jams, no torches, no pitchforks, no smashed windows or burning fires .... just a vote of informed people that the establishment wants to mischaracterize as out of control because it seeks absolute freedom to do whatever it wants for its own reasons. The message is that needs to stop. We need more democracy not less. How did our country and locality come to fear democracy so much that it deploys so much power to reign it in?
I voted to recall Judge Persky.I am not a member of a mob, Ms. Diamond. I simply as a practicing attorney and citizen found disgusting a judge who was more sympathetic to a defendant than a victim of a crime during a sentencing hearing based on statements showing such bias made in court by that judge.Any shred of respect I might have had for Judge Persky died when he failed twice through the courts to void a lawful recall petition effort. Finally, when he said at a private house party how he and his family were hurt as if that would have anything to do with a voter's decision about a recall, it just recalled to my mind the similar pity-me emotional statements of Brock Turner's parents after his conviction and sentencing.Meanwhile, we had the treat of seeing retired Judge Cordell flip and flop, and we'll see if Turner ever wins anything on appeal.No remorse by Persky. Just emotional appeals to poor little innocent victim me while he and his surrogates continue say those who want him gone are a dangerous uneducated mob. Ms. Diamond, which side is truly the puddle of emotional mob thinking? 2b1af7f3a8