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Thursday, September 6, 2012

Did you know that more than 482 banks which have failed since the year 2000!

Did you know that there are financial alternatives that pay higher interest than bank CDs?

Did you know that they are safer than bank CDs, and that your money is more liquid—that is, easier to get to?

 Did you know that FDIC means (Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation)?

Did you know that according to the FDIC website, there have been more than 482 banks which have failed since the year 2000?

Did you know that the low interest paid on "safe" CD money is taxable whether you take it out or not?


Did you know that your CD interest can reduce your Social Security benefits?








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Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Did you know that the Pure term plan is the simplest and cheapest of all, and this one pays a fixed sum assured on the death of the policyholder?

Did you know that their are 4 types of term insurance policy?

Did you know that term only charges you for the cost of insurance, which is what you should buy if you need a cover to protect your family?


Did you know that the Pure term plan is the simplest and cheapest of all, and this one pays a fixed sum assured on the death of the policyholder?

Did you know that with a Pure term policy if the policyholder survives the term, he gets back nothing?

Did you know that the premium on term plans depends on three factors: age, term of the policy and the sum assured you choose?

 Did you know that as term plans are the cheapest insurance product you get a further discount by buying them online?

Did you know that a Return of premium plan promise a return of premium?

Did you know that the policyholder gets the return of premium at the end of the term, but if he dies mid way, the nominee gets the sum assured?

Did you know that a Decreasing plan is popular with mortgage products, the sum assured in this plan decreases every year, as does your outstanding loan amount?

Did you know that a Decreasing plan premiums on these plans are lower than that of a level term plan since every year the sum assured decreases?

 Did you know that a Increasing plan  is the opposite of a decreasing plan?

Did you know that with a Increasing Plan the amount of cover increases by about 5% every year until your sum assured increase by 50% or doubles up in value?

Did you know that a Convertible plan combines the benefits of a term plan with a savings plan?





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Did you know that the first beer known to have been brewed in the White House is called White House Honey Ale?

Did you know the White House brews its own beer?

Did you know that the first beer known to have been brewed in the White House is called White House Honey Ale?

 Did you know that President Barack Obama purchased a homebrewing kit in January 2011 with his personal funds?

Did you know that two other types of beer have been brewed in addition to the White House Honey Ale?

Did you know that White House Honey Blonde Ale and White House Honey Porter beer includes a pound of honey collected from beehives on the South Lawn?

Did you know that the Honey Ale bottles have a customized logo as shown in the pictures above. The logo features a line drawing of the White House on a maroon background encircled in yellow?









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Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Did you know that the states with the highest obesity level are mostly in the South?


Did you know that Mississippi is the Fattest States In America

Did you know that Americans are getting fatter every year, according to Trust for America's Health F as in Fat repor?
  Did you know that back in 1991 no states had obesity levels over 15%?

Did you know that Colorado is the only state with obesity below 20% in the year of 2012?

Did you know that 12 states have levels over 30%?

Did you know that adult diabetes increased in 11 states?

Did you know that Hypertension has also increased over the past 20 years?

Did you know that in 14 states the number of adults who said they do not exercise increased?

Did you know that the states with the highest obesity level are mostly in the South?

Did you know that these are the top 10 obese states in the US?

30.5% of Michigan is obese

30.5% of Michigan is obese
State rank: #10 Michigan is 1.2% more obese this year.
Trust for America's Health

Arkansas: 30.6% of people are obese

Arkansas: 30.6% of people are obese
Flickr User P.S.Zollo (www.flickr.com
State rank: #9 31.6% of people in Arkansas have hypertension.
Trust for America's Health

South Carolina: 30.9% of people are obese

South Carolina: 30.9% of people are obese
Flickr User Tobyotter (www.flickr.com
State rank: #8 South Carolina is 1% more obese this year.
Trust for America's Health

Oklahoma: 31.4% of people are obese

Oklahoma: 31.4% of people are obese
Flickr User Emilio Labrador (www.flickr.com
State rank: #7 Oklahoma is 0.8% more obese this year.
Trust for America's Health

Kentucky: 31.5% of people are obese

Kentucky: 31.5% of people are obese
State rank: #6 Kentucky is 1% more obese this year.
Trust for America's Health

Louisiana: 31.6% of people are obese

Louisiana: 31.6% of people are obese
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State rank: #5 10.7% of people in Louisiana have diabetes.
Trust for America's Health

Tennessee: 31.9% of people are obese

Tennessee: 31.9% of people are obese
Flickr User funkybrownchick (www.flickr.com
State rank: #4 29.9% of adults in Tennessee say they are physically inactive.
Trust for America's Health

West Virginia: 32.2% of people are obese

West Virginia: 32.2% of people are obese
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State rank: #3 West Virginia is 1% more obese this year.
Trust for America's Health

Alabama: 32.3% of people are obese

Alabama: 32.3% of people are obese
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State rank: #2 12.2% of people in Alabama have diabetes.
Trust for America's Health

Mississippi: 34.4% of people are obese

Mississippi: 34.4% of people are obese
State rank: #1 34.8% of people in Mississippi have hypertension.








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Did you know that in the United States and Canada, hazing is often associated with Greek-letter organizations (college fraternities and sororities)?

Did you know that hazing is the practice of various rituals and other activities involving harassment, abuse or humiliation used as a way of initiating a person into a group?

Did you know that hazing is seen in many different types of social groups, including in gangs, sports teams, schools, military units, workplaces and fraternities?

Did you know that in the United States and Canada, hazing is often associated with Greek-letter organizations (college fraternities and sororities)?

Did you know that hazing is often prohibited by law and may comprise either physical (possibly violent) or psychological abuse. It may also include nudity or sexually oriented activities?[1]

 
Did you know that there is anti-hazing legislation in several countries, e.g. in France (the French term is bizutage) imposing a punishment up to six months in prison or 7,500 ?

Did you know that in 2011: in Andover, MA, two Andover High School basketball players were expelled and five were suspended for pressuring underclassmen to play "wet biscuit," where the loser was forced to eat a semen-soaked cookie."?








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Did you know that the World Record for a Tether Car is 214.36 miles an hour?



Did you know that Tether Cars are model racing cars powered by miniature internal combustion engines and tethered to a central post?

Did you know that Tether Cars unlike radio control cars, the driver has no remote control over the model's speed or steering?

Did you know that Tether cars are about 12–24 inches (30–61 cm) long, 3–4 inches (7.6–10 cm) wide, run on rubber tires 3–4 inches (7.6–10 cm) in diameter, have a cast metal body (usually magnesium and aluminum, but also fiberglass and wood bodies), and have robust gear drives?

Did you know that Tether cars were developed beginning in the 1920s–30s and still are built, raced and collected today?

Did you know that Tether Cars were first made by hobby craftsmen, tether cars were later produced in small numbers by commercial manufacturers such as Dooling Brothers (California), Dick McCoy (Duro-Matic Products), Garold Frymire (Fryco Engineering) BB Korn, and many others?

Did you know that examples of the early cars, made from 1930s to the 1960s, are avidly collected today and command prices in the thousands of dollars?

Did you know that the World Record for a Tether Car is  214.36 miles an hour?

Class Date Driver Speed
km/h mph
WMCR I (1.5cm³) December 9, 2006 Sweden Jan-Erik Falk 268.697 166.961
WMCR II (2.5cm³) May 31, 2008 Estonia Priit Hoyer 283.942 176.433
WMCR III (3.5cm³) August 13, 2004 Estonia Mart Sepp 293.375 182.295
WMCR IV (5cm³) July 1, 2012 Sweden Jan-Erik Falk 310.708 193.065
WMCR V (10cm³) March 29, 2009 Italy Gualtiero Picco 344.959 214.358









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Saturday, September 1, 2012

Did you know that Grover Cleveland was the President that appeared on the 1000 dollar bill?

Did you know that $1000 bills were first issued in 1861 and continued to be printed in different types until the 1934-A series?



Did you know that bill Circulation of bills larger than $100 was halted by President Richard Nixon in July 1969 to combat organized crime by making it more difficult to hide movements of large amounts of currency?

 Did you know that a 1000 dollar bill is no longer in use?

Did you know that Grover Cleveland was the President that appeared on the 1000 dollar bill?

Did you know that the last printed 1000 dollar was in 1945?

Did you know that $1000 bills were rarely used at the time and are effectively gone from circulation today?









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Did you know that a blue moon is never really blue?

Did you know that a blue moon is the appearance of the third full moon in a season that has four full moons, instead of the usual three?

Did you know that a blue moon is never really blue?

Did you know that because a blue moon occurs only every two or three years, the term blue moon is used colloquially to mean a rare event, as in the phrase "once in a blue moon"?[2]

Did you know that the Maine Farmers' Almanac says that blue moons will occur?
  • August 21, 2013
  • May 21, 2016
  • May 18, 2019
  • August 22, 2021






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