Found some more images of the same car (credit to Reddit). Apparently, this is an old 2015 Toyota Camry XSE body that they "modified" to be a freakish version of the Xfinity Series Chevy Camaro SS.
Since he's 19, I'd argue that he probably does need the full 8. Fortunately since he's 19, he's probably wired to sleep from 7am - 3pm better than if he were slightly older.Naturally being a night owl as helped me greatly, but here's a couple of tips:
1. Sleep as soon as you get home from work.
2. Leave early enough to get food enroute to your workplace. If they allow it, eat at your workplace so you don't wind up being late.
3. While sleep is good and it is important to get plenty of it, you realistically only need 6 hours of it. 8 hours will actually make you feel extra tired, and gives you less time to prepare for your shift.
That explains a lot. I went to go visit Youtube about an hour ago, and then I noticed the ads starting to pop up on the pages and in the videos I wanted to watch. Went to check my Ad-Blocker extension, and noticed that it was no longer there.In case anyone is wondering all add-ons for Firefox are broke in Modzilla's latest update. So if you had any skins, reddit enhancement suite, or whatever add-ons it'll all be disabled. They are working on a fix so don't panic and don't try to uninstall you extensions, once they fix the certificates or whatever everything should go back to normal.
Modzilla bug: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1548973
Since the average sleep cycle lasts 90 minutes, sleeping in some interval of 90 is a good bet that you'll wake up feeling well-rested and ready to get up. Because of this, the recommended 8 hours is garbage advice in my opinion. But I actually don't find 6 hours to be enough for me... It may work for a couple days, but then I just start getting more and more tired. So my current habits include 7.5 hours of sleep, and I feel great in the morning. I'm 24, for reference.3. While sleep is good and it is important to get plenty of it, you realistically only need 6 hours of it. 8 hours will actually make you feel extra tired
here's my pics of it from the fallFound some more images of the same car (credit to Reddit). Apparently, this is an old 2015 Toyota Camry XSE body that they "modified" to be a freakish version of the Xfinity Series Chevy Camaro SS.
I don't believe that's really ever been touched on, and of the games I've played, the only racing anything I've seen is the Tyler County Dirt Track workshop location in Fallout 76 and the Ivanpah Race Track in New Vegas...So I've been revisiting Fallout again. Anyone familiar with the lore? I've been having the nagging question in my head all day of what would have happened to motorsport in the years leading up to the Great War, given the technology and economy that had been present during that time...