When we are planning to buy a car, whether it is used or brand new, we usually care about specific mechanical conditions, safety, comfort and some other subjective and objective variables. However, is the color a crucial factor within the decision making process? Have you ever wonder how your car’s color can positively or negatively impact your risk of collision?
Well, it seems color is important factor to keep in mind. Your car’s color could make it clearly visible to other drivers and pedestrians, however safety also depends on other factors such as: Weather and road conditions, age and experience of the driver just to mention a few of them.
The below is the proposed list of car colors arranged from the safest to the most dangerous, using the results of a study carried out by the Monash University Accident Research Centre in Melbourne:
black (most dangerous)
If your car is among the not so safe colors, don’t be deceived by statistics as it was said, not all factors involved in an accident are only related to the vehicle’s color. But you can keep it in mind next time you buy a new one!
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As their song goes: “It’s amazing with the blink of an eye you finally see the light…” That is what most likely happened last Tuesday to Steven Tyler Aerosmith’s front man. As a result from food poisoning, Steven fainted and suffered cuts to his face and lost two teeth after falling in his hotel bathroom while in Paraguay for a concert. Although artists are very demanding with their requests during a tour, definitely no one is exempt from suffering a mishap, especially when abroad.
Fortunately, the incident didn’t leave any other consequence rather than a few stitches and emergency dental work to repair Tyler’s facial injuries. According to some news report, this isn’t Tyler’s first big fall. In 2009, the singer was airlifted to a hospital after tumbling off the stage during a show in South Dakota.
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If you missed the 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards let me tell you that it was a night full of surprises and new faces! “Modern Family” the sitcom about three assorted couples, very descriptive of our times I’d dare and my favorite TV show swept the board! It won 4 Emmys for: Directing, writing, and outstanding supporting actor and actress. “Mad Men” was the second best of the night as it won “best drama” series for a fourth straight year.
On the other hand, “The Big Bang Theory” star Jim Parsons (Sheldon), my second favorite show, won his second Emmy in a row as best lead actor in a comedy. Melissa McCarthy of “Mike & Molly” won the award for lead actress. And Canadian actor Barry Pepper won best actor in a mini-series for his role as Robert Kennedy in “The Kennedys” (Just to mention a few of the many winners of the night).
Another relevant appearance of the night was Charlie Sheen who of course was not part of the nominees but was in charge of presenting the award for lead actor in a comedy. Although his speech at the beginning seemed to be the prelude of a controversial one, he did nothing but congratulate his former colleagues and wish them the best. Coincidence or not, this “motivational” moment comes just before the premiere episode of a new season of “Two and a half Men” with Ashton Kutcher replacing Sheen, which by the way will be broadcasted tonight.
Doing an overall review of the whole Emmy night by network HBO was the biggest winner with 19 Emmys, followed by 14 for PBS, 11 for CBS, 9 for Fox, 8 for ABC and 6 for NBC. Hopefully, our night at Bingo Angels is as successful as it was for HBO at the Emmys!
It seems like Canada is finally ready to give a step forward into new passport technology and catch up with the rest of the G8 and more than 100 countries.
Although the electronic passport has been in the works since 2004 it won’t be until 2012 when this new ePassport is set to be launched. The new ePassports will be very similar to the old ones except they will have an electronic chip encoded with the individual’s name, gender, date of birth and a digital picture.
Canadians will be able to choose between the current 5-year passport or one that is valid for 10 years. The cost of the new passports is yet to be decided, nonetheless Monique Boivin, Manager, Strategic Communications at Passport Canada, recognized the ePassport is more expensive to produce, but said Passport Canada would consult the public before seeking Ottawa’s approval to raise its fees.
In the mean time, the old Canadian passports will remain valid until they expire. If you are Canadian and want to read further on this matter I invite you visit Passport Canada And if you want to be informed on what is going on in the Bingo Angels online bingo world don’t forget to check our current – daily promos!
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Confused about which cooking oils are heart-healthy and which aren’t? Was it Canola, Sunflower, Soybean, Palm or Corn? Going through the many options we have at the supermarket shelves can be overwhelming sometimes. So which ones are the best? Here are two to pick:
1. Olive Oil: Use olive oil in dishes that benefit from its rich flavor. Drizzle it on steamed vegetables, mix it into a salad dressing, use a little to sauté vegetables. Or use it in baking in place of butter.
Olive oil contains monounsaturated fat which is supposed to help keep “bad” cholesterol low and boost levels of “good” cholesterol. In addition, if you use extra-virgin olive oil you will have “extra antioxidants bonus” as extra-virgin olive oil is high in antioxidants called polyphenols that have been linked to heart health.
2. Canola Oil: it is extremely versatile, is great for sautéing, roasting, baking and making salad dressings.
Canola oil has a neutral flavor and a high smoke. The smoke point is something you have to take into consideration as it is the point at what nutrients are destroyed and potentially health-harming compounds are formed. That is why it is great to sautéing. Canola oil generally doesn’t have many antioxidants, as olive oil does, but it is the richest cooking-oil source of alpha-linolenic acid, an omega-3 fat that has been linked to heart health.
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