Every four years another city plays host to the summer Olympics. To prepare for the sporting events, the multitude of interational guests and countless television viewers, the host city must spend a large sum of money on facilities, transport infrastructure, housing and maintenance.
Since the beginning of racing, riders have been faced with many choices on the track. The fastest rider is often the one who chooses the best lines on the track.
It all began in the early 1970s, when young filmmaker George Lucas wanted to bring back “Flash Gordon,” a space hero serial from the 1930s, as a feature film. Rights to the property could not be secured, so instead, Lucas decided to make a new fantasy film in the same spirit of swashbuckling adventure.
For instance, did you know that in 2011, over 3,000 people were arrested for counterfeiting? Or that North Korea produces something called “Supernotes”? Or that the amount of counterfeit money taken out of the American system has quadrupled in the past five years?
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It’s probably safe to say that we all want to age gracefully. For many of us, that may include the liberal use of anti-aging products to help fight against the natural process of aging – which is why the anti-aging industry was US$80 billion in size in 2011, and is projected to top US$114 billion by 2015.