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?
Patterson, a 78-year-old fourth generation farmer, is building relationships with these calves in the same way he's done for a lifetime. At Patterson Family Farms, as at most conventional dairies, calves are separated from their mothers within a day or two of birth, then housed individually and in age-related groups where rely on people for sustenance and affection. … [Read more...] about Study: Cows Grow Bigger, Give More Milk After Early Positive Human Interaction
The Myth of the Ninja Like any good legend, the image of the ninja was crafted over centuries of storytelling and colorful exaggeration. Starting more than 300 years ago, Japanese people in the Iga region began taking elements of traditional warfare that exist in all cultures — spying, subterfuge and assassination — and assigning them to a secretive brotherhood of Japanese warriors called shinobi. The characters for shinobi can also be read and pronounced as ninja. … [Read more...] about Research Center Seeks to Separate Ninja Fact From Fiction