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Onimusha’s Insane 20-Level Dungeon

When Onimusha: Warlords came out for PS2 back in 2001, it was most often described as a feudal-Japan version of Resident Evil. The survival horror genre of the late ’90s and early 2000s was dominated by games with fixed cameras, tank controls, and lots of pixelated blood-spatter, and Onimusha was right in line with its contemporaries. As a huge fan of the survival-horror genre, I was instantly sold by Onimusha: Warlords’ setting, a blend of Japanese history and mythology.

It’s one of those games I knew I would enjoy long before I even played it, and when I finally did buy myself a copy, I was smitten. It was the Dark Realm sidequest that really cemented my love of Onimusha, and looking back 17 years later, it’s the part of the game I remember most of all.

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All-female band Haim say they fired an agent after discovering they were paid just a tenth of the amount of a male artist on the same bill at a festival.
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We Tried It: Finding a Facial That Didn’t Make My Sensitive Skin Go Insane

Who Tried It: Lauren Lieberman, Senior Photo Editor

Why She Tried It: I have been putting off getting a facial for months because I always leave red and splotchy and I usually look like I have chicken pox for a week after. But after a summer of sun and lots of sunscreen, my pores were in serious need of some de-clogging. So began my search for a reputable place that wouldn’t be too expensive, but a few steps above the corner nail salon. After about an hour of googling and reading spa reviews, I came across the medical spa section of Sadick Dermatology.

I was surprised at the array of options on their menu of services (the phrase “medical cleanse” sounded promising), and the prices weren’t too bad either. After further research, I discovered that their very own aesthetician, Luzinete Ripardo, works on models right before they hit the runway. This shocked me! Like I said, my face is usually a disaster for days after a facial let alone a few hours. Being a Photo Editor for the Style section of, I have been looking at up-close photos of models on the runway for the last few weeks now- could it be possible that they actually get facials right before runway shows? They have picture-perfect, blemish-free, porcelain skin! Plus the idea of going to the doctors office instead of a spa intrigued me, as I am wary of letting aestheticians who don’t have the proper training near my sensitive skin. So I decided to see if this miracle worker really exists, and called to book myself a facial.

After being thoroughly reassured by the receptionist that Luzinete does indeed work on models right before shows and photo shoots, I decided on the hour-long “Solution” facial, that promised to extract impurities from my acne-prone skin for $ 175. What I was especially excited about: the “hour-long” aspect. Cutting out all the frills of traditional facials that take up hours of your day was right up my alley – I’m always anxious to get the show on the road after just a few minutes.

Level Of Difficulty: 2/10. Upon meeting Luzinete I was immediately put at ease. She is an adorable Brazilian woman with a warm smile and amazing skin so I figured I had to be in good hands. She inspected my skin, agreed I had lots of clogged pores and milia (small skin-colored bumps that develop when skin flakes become trapped under the surface of the skin, that I cannot get rid of no matter what I do) and promised to take good care of me. When I told her my concerns and previous facial horror stories she was appalled and assured me that nobody has ever left her with scabs or bruises.

She first took my makeup off using a mild cleanser, then she turned on the steamer and let me relax for about 10 minutes to loosen up my pores. Next came the dreaded “medical extraction,” which was the part I was super nervous about, considering many aestheticians use lancets (small, sharp surgical needles) to open the pore, which can cause scarring if not done correctly. But Luzinete assured me she uses a very tiny, medical-grade surgical needle that can barely be felt. I woudln’t go that far, but it was much better than I was expecting. Then she used a gentle scrub to slough away dead skin cells. This was followed by a high-frequency light machine that is meant to close pores, minimize redness, and kill bacteria to control future breakouts. Last was a purifying and cooling mask to calm and hydrate the skin, and before I knew it the hour was up!

The verdict: Even though Luzinete kept assuring me that I was not red every time I asked her (which was about every 10 minutes throughout the whole hour), I still could not believe my eyes when I looked in the mirror. I didn’t see the usual red welts that pop up on my skin after poking at it myself, or the red scabby chicken pox-looking marks that I usually leave a facial with. I had an amazing glow and super smooth looking skin. Usually I have to hide my face and run right home after a facial, but not after this! I went to the grocery store and stopped to chat with my doorman for a bit without feeling self conscious at all.

Okay, I thought – this is all great now, but the true test is how badly I break out in the next couple days. I woke up the next few days increasingly amazed at how I still did not see any redness or bumps at all! My skin was still glowing and so smooth, I barely needed any makeup at all.

Overall, I could not have been happier with the whole experience. From the friendliness and professionalism of Luz, the quick yet thorough service (also the fact that she did not try to sell me a million products!) and of course the amazing results- I will definitely be returning. If you are like me and have sensitive skin but in serious need of a facial, I highly recommend letting Luzinete work her magic on you!

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Shopbop’s Sale Is Insane in the Best Way Possible

It’s time to break out that Shopbop list and move things into your cart.

The retailer just added a new wave of fabulous shoes to its sale section and it includes tons of must-have designer styles.

There are over 1,000(!) shoes on sale now, and we’re taking this grand opportunity to scoop up some of our favorite trends – many of which will take us from now through fall. Think fun and feminine kitten heels, embroidered slide mules, embroidered booties, pearl embellishments and more. Scroll down to see a few of our favorites, and shop the entire sale on

Embellished Mules

Dress up any outfit with these festive slides.

Buy It! Kate Spade New York Monteclaire embroidered mules, $ 190.40 (orig. $ 238);

Bright Sneakers

Amp up your next sweat sesh with these fun and colorful sneakers. Or pair them with your favorite jeans for a cool athleisure look.

Buy It! adidas by Stella McCartney Adizero Takumi sneakers, $ 127.50 (orig. $ 170);

Pearl Sandals

Pearls are feminine and pretty — and not to mention one of fall’s biggest trends.

Buy It! Stuart Weitzman Allpearls Sandals, $ 311.50 (orig. $ 445);

Metallic Mules

Mules are the perfect transitional shoes. Plus, metallic is another one of fall’s biggest accessory trends.

Buy It! KENDALL + KYLIE Prism Mules, $ 91 (orig. $ 130);


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Embroidered Booties

These booties are total statement makers. Pair them with your favorite jeans or denim skirt for fall.

Buy It! Loeffler Randall Isla Embroidered Booties, $ 275 (orig. $ 550);

Feather Kitten Heels

Boudoir-style dressing has been a strong trend on and off the runways over the past few seasons. Try bringing your bedroom style to the streets with these feathered heels.

Buy It! Trademark Suzanne mules with marabou feathers, $ 418.60 (orig. $ 598);

Satin Sneakers

We love everything satin for fall, and the fabric is so unexpected on a classic sneaker.

Buy It! Superga 2750 satin classic sneakers, $ 74.25 (orig. $ 99);

What Shopbop sale styles are you scoring? Comment below and let us know!

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“For a while, she concealed that she’d accidentally burned down their kitchen.”

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PewDiePie slams ‘insane’ media after losing Disney

YouTube celebrity PewDiePie has defended himself against allegations of anti-Semitism after getting dropped by Disney.
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Why Smart Phones Are Driving Everyone Insane


There’s nothing worse than whipping out your smartphone during a meeting, and few things will turn someone off to you quite like a mid-conversation text message or even a quick glance at your phone.

Using your phone at inappropriate times annoys your boss and colleagues according to research from USC’s Marshall School of Business, and if you work with women and people over forty they’re even more perturbed by it than everyone else.

The researchers conducted a nationwide survey of 554 full-time working professionals earning above $ 30K and working in companies with at least 50 employees. They asked a variety of questions about smartphone use during meetings and found:

  • 86% think it’s inappropriate to answer phone calls during meetings
  • 84% think it’s inappropriate to write texts or emails during meetings
  • 66% think it’s inappropriate to write texts or emails even during lunches offsite
  • The more money people make the less they approve of smartphone use.

The study also found that Millennials are three times more likely than those over 40 to think that smartphone use during meetings is okay, which is ironic considering Millennials are highly dependent upon the opinions of their older colleagues for career advancement.

TalentSmart has tested the emotional intelligence (EQ) of more than a million people worldwide and found that Millennials have the lowest self-awareness in the workplace, making them unlikely to see that their smartphone use in meetings is harming their careers.

Why do so many people find smartphone use in meetings to be inappropriate? When you take out your phone it shows a:

  • Lack of respect: You consider the information on your phone to be more important than the conversation at hand, and you view people outside of the meeting to be more important than those sitting right in front of you.
  • Lack of attention: You are unable to stay focused on one thing at a time.
  • Lack of listening: You aren’t practicing active listening, so no one around you feels heard.
  • Lack of power: You are like a modern-day Pavlovian dog who responds to the whims of others through the buzz of your phone.
  • Lack of self-awareness: You don’t understand how ridiculous your behavior looks to other people.
  • Lack of social awareness: You don’t understand how your behavior affects those around you.

I can’t say I’m surprised by the USC study’s findings. My company coaches leaders using 360° assessments that compare their self-perception to how everyone else sees them. Smartphone use in meetings is one of the most common coworker complaints.

Bringing It All Together

It’s important to be clear with what you expect of others. If sharing this article with your team doesn’t end smartphone use in meetings, take a page out of the Old West and put a basket by the conference room door with an image of a smart phone and the message, “Leave your guns at the door.”

What do you think of smartphone use during meetings? Please share your thoughts in the comments section below, as I learn just as much from you as you do from me.

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Gyms Are Disgusting. No, Really, the Germ Count Is Insane.

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Flight Attendants Reveal 14 Insane Things They’ve Witnessed in the Air

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Korea Box Office: ‘Insane’ Lands on Top, ‘Batman’ Tumbles

R-rated local thriller “Insane” debuted on top of the Korean box office, ousting “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.” Earning $ 2.6 million from 355,000 admissions between Thursday and Sunday, the picture accounted for 30% of the total weekend box office. “Insane” recounts the story of a woman taken to a psychiatric hospital against her will… Read more »



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Khloe Kardashian Achieves Insane Hourglass Figure Via Waist Training

For a whole year now, Khloe Kardashian has been all about “waist training,” and she shows no signs of tiring of it.

On Friday, the 30-year-old reality star took to Instagram to share a split-screen photo of herself in a waist trainer, highlighting the insane hourglass figure the contraption (it’s a belt made from thick latex and cotton lining, which just basically looks like a corset) helps her achieve.

Of course, Khloe isn’t the only Kardashian to jump on the trend. Sisters Kim and Kourtney, as well as other celebrities, have also been open about their attempts to whittle their waists via the trainers:

#TBT I stay waist training! LOL I found this old pic on my computer! Thanks @premadonna87 @waistgangsociety

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Korean ‘Fifty Shades’ Parody Has Insane Twist You Won’t See Coming

Now this is kinky.

“Saturday Night Live Korea” made the “Fifty Shades of Grey” parody that takes sensuality to an unexpected level.

We knew Christian Grey was good with his hands, but whoa.

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Celebrity fitness instructor Billy Blanks leads viewers through this exercise program, focusing on strengthening and sculpting the abs into a flat, toned six-pack, all through the use of Blanks’ famous martial arts/dance inspired aerobics program, Tae Bo. ~ Cammila Collar, Rovi

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