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¡OLE! Marc Coma wins the 2014 Dakar! It's his 4th Dakar title!!!

Marc Coma gana el Dakar 2014! Es su cuarto 4to titulo!

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10 years after, Nani Roma wins his second Dakar title. Awesome!

Después de 10 años, Nani Roma gana su segundo título en el Dakar. ¡Asombroso!

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Ignacio Casale wins the 2014 Dakar in quad category!!!!

Ignacio Casale gana el Dakar 2014 en la categoría quad!!

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Andrey Karginov wins his first Dakar!!

¡Andrey Karginov gana su primer Dakar!

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CHEERS !!! : A New Study Suggests That People Who Don't Drink Alcohol Are More Likely To Die Young

"A Drink or Two wont Kill you "

~ Anonymous




DEC. 9, 2013, 2:47 PM


A newly released study shows that regular drinkers are less likely to die prematurely than people who have never indulged in alcohol.

 You read that right: Time reports that abstaining from alcohol altogether can lead to a shorter life than consistent, moderate drinking.


The tightly controlled study, which looked at individuals between ages 55 and 65, spanned a 20-year period and accounted for variables ranging from socioeconomic status to level of  physical activity

Led by psychologist Charles Holahan of the University of Texas at Austin, it found that mortality rates were highest for those who had never had a sip, lower for heavy drinkers, and lowest for moderate drinkers who enjoyed one to three drinks per day.

Of the 1,824 study participants, only 41 percent of the moderate drinkers died prematurely compared to a whopping 69 percent of the nondrinkers. 


Chinese Millionaires Are Leaving The Country In Droves



JAN. 17, 2014, 1:15 PM 

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Do the wealthy Chinese know something we don't?

A new report shows that 64 percent of Chinese millionaires have either emigrated or plan to emigrate—taking their spending and fortunes with them. 

The United States is their favorite destination.

The report from Hurun, a wealth research firm that focuses on China, said that one-third of China's super rich—or those worth $16 million or more—have already emigrated.

The data offer the latest snapshot of China's worrying wealth flight, with massive numbers of rich Chinese taking their families and fortunes overseas

Previous studies show the main reasons rich Chinese are leaving is to pursue better educations for their kids, and to escape the pollution and overcrowding …