Break-in Times Vary Examples of break-in periods for specific vehicles vary, depending on the make, model and other variables. For instance, Nissan suggests its GT-R should not be driven at more than 50 percent throttle or over 3,500 RPM (revolutions per minute) for the first 300 miles (482 kilometers). Chevrolet has a two-stage break-in for its famed Corvette: For the first 500 miles (804 kilometers), it suggests drivers stay below 4,000 RPM and avoid driving at full throttle. Subaru recommends owners keep it below 4,000 RPM for the first 1,000 miles (1,609 kilometers), regardless of the car model. … [Read more...] about Do You Have to ‘Break In’ a New Car?
Short selling is totally legal. You actually do deliver stock to a buyer. And later on, you buy the stock you sold (hopefully at a lower price than what you sold it for) and make a profit. It's a bit more complicated than that, but you can always read up on short sells. Bottom line: While it's legal, people tend to feel short selling is bad mojo because it relies on companies doing poorly. … [Read more...] about The Most Hated Man in America Gets Arrested
In this video, we bid adieu to the name Gary. You see, the Garys of the world have been in sharp decline over the decades, namely because of the fickle nature of the naming public. … [Read more...] about Gary’s a Trustworthy Name. Is Yours?
"There are a lot of things you can do to make cows more comfortable and show them you care for them. In turn, they will grow better, produce more milk and give higher quality milk," says Lanier, who chronicles farm life at The Milkmaid Times. "The more you care for them, the more you get out of that relationship." … [Read more...] about Study: Cows Grow Bigger, Give More Milk After Early Positive Human Interaction
Answer the door on Halloween and every fifth kid will be dressed as a ninja. There's just something about the legend of the ninja — secretive assassins who move silently in black robes and covered faces, leaping from rooftops and killing with throwing stars (shuriken) — that captures our popular imagination, like pirates or Robin Hood. But just like those other legendary figures, our image of the stealthy Japanese warriors is based largely on nuggets of historical truth buried under mountains of myth. … [Read more...] about Research Center Seeks to Separate Ninja Fact From Fiction