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“Semper Ride” – Extended Trailer

Friday, February 17th, 2012

A quick paced, action packed movie containing an all round accountable riding design, instructional materials, and mentoring from some of the motorbike industrys most talented riders. In 2008, twenty five Marines ended up killed in bike accidents. The bulk of these Marines had been younger and had tiny encounter on the bikes they had been riding. The movie was developed to dietary supplement and enhance the Marine Corps motorbike coaching software with a thrilling instructional movie meant to develop pleasure and simultaneously give every viewer an appreciation of the hazards concerned in motorcycling. It will also provide every viewer with the methods and techniques involved in turning into a more skilled and less hazardous rider. Semper Ride explores and educates riders on a extensive assortment of motorbike riding disciplines, from motocross to activity bikes, street bikes, and twin-activity devices. Distinct riding styles and terrains are reviewed in-depth with an emphasis on people who pursue riding motorcycles for sport and thrills the higher risk population. First-class instructors, riders, and consultants from the expert motorbike industry describe what every bicycle is meant to do, and how to improve riding abilities. The tone of the movie is a peer-to-peer, rider-to-rider design of instruction in an hard work to break away from the traditionally dry instructional fashion frequently linked with education movies. The most up-to-date hello there-definition technologies was used in the manufacturing of the movie to capture the riders in some of

T-Mobile Valentine’s Day sale extended until tomorrow?

Sunday, February 12th, 2012

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Obtaining a free 4G smartphone seems like an wonderful thought. But it would seem like so a lot of of you are getting them, that T-Cellular’s program is acquiring troubles. And according to a plethora of client studies, T-Mobile has found the need to have to prolong the Valentine’s Day provide right up until tomorrow.

Like several other folks, our pal BigMerf has reached out to T-Mobile by means of several social networks, and he received this message straight from Magenta’s Facebook account.

Just like this concept, a lot of other users are confirming that T-Mobile personnel has advised them to come again the subsequent day, as the methods are getting overloaded with great purchases of free 4G products! We hope that T-Mobile can make an official announcement shortly, as we would really like to know if this is genuinely happening.

But more than something, this post is designed to achieve out to our audience to see what they have observed. Many of you have been informed that this deal is staying extended, straight from reps’ mouths. So let us know what info you have acquired, and wherever from.

[By way of: T-Cellular (Facebook)]

Thanks, Bigmerf and Andres!



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Italian Banks Are ‘Free’-To-Trade As Short-Sale-Ban Is Not Extended

Friday, November 11th, 2011



Unlike their French counterparts, it seems the hapless (or sensible) Italian demagogues have made the decision not to extend the small-sale ban that was enacted 3 months ago. With the US Treasury market place closed and volumes probably thin elsewhere, we speculate what outlet the flight-to-safety circulation will get as Italian financial institution equity truth is unleashed. In basic the CDS marketplace took the systemic brunt of the hedging and defense-searching for considering that the 8/11 ban and it would seem most likely that Intesa Sanpaolo and Mediobanca have the most to fall to catch up with peers in equity and credit score.

Equity performance of the main Italian banking institutions considering that the short-sale ban:

Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena (BMPS) has fallen the most at almost 35% while Mediobanca and Intesa have held up the finest. The story is distinct in the ‘free’ CDS industry:

Usually, CDS for the 4 main banks are notably and uniformly wider with Mediobanca outperforming (only 78bps wider) and Intesa underperforming at 144bps wider. Provided the ‘closeness’ of Unicredit and BMPS CDS efficiency, we suspect the divergence in their equity marketplace moves could compress as the equity market is opened for ‘free’ business tomorrow.

Moreover, the weakness of UniCredit’s CDS in contrast to the relative strength of its equity performance would seem to supply room for compression.

Charts: Bloomberg