I spray in the garage as well. But I use VS102 for that area. The reason I use a different pest control for the garage is because this is oil-based and I feel that it will hold up better in that area. You can also use VS102 on a front porch, screen-in porch and any shed you have outside. But don’t use it inside the house, because it stinks. But inside the garage the odor dissipates quickly. … [Read more...] about HAPPY HANDYMAN: Do your own pest control with water-based Clobber
In addition to the standard edition of the game, Nintendo is releasing a special "Definitive Works" version that comes with a physical copy of the game and a hardcover art book. Europe, meanwhile, is receiving a more lavish Collector's Edition, which includes a steel book game case, art book, poster, and vinyl and digital soundtrack. You can learn more in our Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition pre-order guide. … [Read more...] about Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition’s New Epilogue Story Will Be Available From The Start
Many of the performers didn’t perform — Lady Gaga and Lizzo declined to sing at all, though Elton tried to tempt Lizzo with his rendition of “Juice.” Sam Smith, Ellen DeGeneres, Demi Lovato, and H.E.R. appeared as well. Nobody got too heavy, not with the news getting worse by the hour; right before the broadcast, reports broke about the great country star Joe Diffie’s death alongside John Prine’s hospitalization. During the show, Joan Baez posted a homemade tribute video singing Prine’s “Hello in There” that instantly went viral — nothing in the concert went for that kind of raw, spontaneous emotion. This was a lighter, cozier affair. As if to remind everyone this was on Fox, Elton spread some dangerous social media misinformation about dolphins (no, this is not “a message from the universe”), but made up for it with a personal and poignant speech about another disastrous pandemic, the AIDS crisis. … [Read more...] about Elton John’s Living-Room Concert: Corona You Feel the Love Tonight?
The overall dazzle of the execution is offset by cursory plotting and leaden dialogue, which is disappointing from McQuarrie, who wrote the deathless The Usual Suspects. Without the wit of its previous instalment, M:I–RN feels a bit of an endurance championship, although if you’re in it for the action alone, you won’t feel shortchanged. The real mission I’d like to see Cruise tackle if the series continues would be to pare things down and retrieve some of the mathematical cool of the TV original, but in the age of blockbuster hyper-inflation, that may be an impossibility that even Mr Manifest Destiny can’t deliver. … [Read more...] about Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation review – all guns blazing, almost constantly
Cavetown’s major-label debut album, Sleepyhead, still came out last Friday. “We’re fortunate that his audience is very digital,” Zarillo notes. But at least a dozen artists have taken the opposite approach and decided to wait out the chaos. Members of this group range from stars (Alicia Keys, Lady Gaga) to young groups (Haim, Hinds) to R&B singers (Toni Braxton, Kehlani) to veterans (the Pretenders, Willie Nelson) to boy bands (CNCO) to Englishmen (Sam Smith, Jarvis Cocker, the 1975) to indie acts (Kelly Lee Owens, the Lemon Twigs). Another one of the groups that Zarillo manages has decided to delay a not-yet-announced album as well. … [Read more...] about They Were Going to Be Spring’s Biggest Albums — Until COVID-19 Hit