BODY SNATCHERS: The illegal organ harvest trade…Its BIGGER than you think. , page 1

http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread823135/pg1

Lean Manufacture, is it means Toyota?

Lots of people who turn to real “Manufacturing”, they will never end to think about the most effective way to their productivity.

Some people think that effective is innovation. In real mega-manufacture we see that Toyota is the best fact so far.

The simple way of Toyota is using two pillars “Kaizen & Respect for People”. Read more of this post

2015 Honda NM4 Specifications

2015 Honda NM4 Specifications

4/1/2014 5:59:00 AM


 

Model: NM4
Engine Type: 670cc liquid-cooled parallel-twin
Bore and Stroke: 73.0mm x 80.0mm
Compression ratio: 10.7:1
Valve Train: SOHC; four valves per cylinder
Induction: PGM-FI with 36mm throttle body
Ignition: Fully transistorized
Transmission: Automatic DCT six-speed
Final Drive: Chain
Suspension

Front: 43mm fork; 3.9 inches travel
Rear: Pro-Link single shock; 3.9 inches travel

Brakes

Front: Single 320mm disc with two-piston caliper and ABS
Rear: Single 240mm disc with single-piston caliper and ABS

Tires

Front: 120/70-18
Rear: 200/50-17

Wheelbase: 64.7 inches
Rake (Caster angle): 33°
Trail: 110mm (4.3 inches)
Seat Height: 25.6 inches
Fuel Capacity: 3.0 gallons
Estimated Fuel Economy**: TBD
Color: Matte Black Metallic
Curb Weight*: 562 pounds

*Includes all standard equipment, required fluids and full tank of fuel—ready to ride.

**Miles per gallon values are calculated estimates of fuel consumed during laboratory exhaust emissions tests specified by the EPA, not during on-road riding. Use for comparison purposes only. Your actual mileage will vary depending on how you ride and maintain your vehicle, weather, road conditions, tire pressure, cargo and accessories, rider and passenger weight, and other factors.

Meets current EPA standards.

©2014 American Honda Motor Co., Inc. • All Rights Reserved • Specifications subject to change

Source: http://www.honda.com/newsandviews/article.aspx?id=7679-en

Read more of this post

Honda NM4 concept

image

OSAKA (DP) – Creepy and mysterious,
That Honda NM4 Concept on display at the
Osaka Motorcycle Show 2014. When we see
Read more of this post

Toyota announced plans to introduce 21 new hybrid car models

Toyota announced plans to introduce 21 new hybrid car models and launch new electric vehicles this year, in an effort to boost sales of environmentally friendly cars.

Toyota will release the end of 2015 model cars, and “expect global sales of hybrid vehicles will reach at least one million units per year from 2013 to 2015.”

Deputy director Takeshi Uchiyamada said that Toyota will continue to focus on hyb Read more of this post

I thought something false, in other way that is right… let’s get the right guidance.

Halimnurikhwan's Blog

I hate reading directions. I’m more of a dive right in and see if I can figure things out on my own kind of girl. I’ll take this confession one step further and tell you that in my foolish past I’ve been known to skip an introduction when reading books such as this one. But luckily I’ve learned a thing or two over the years … namely that if the author of a book that’s proposing to teach you how to write and sell your memoir has bothered to include an introduction there’s probably a good reason.

I’d like to think that’s the case here (read: if you skipped it, go back and read it!). I’m hoping that the introduction inspired you to get excited about the genre. Did it give you a “Hey yeah! That’s exactly what I’m aiming to write!” sort of feeling? Good—if it did, then I…

View original post 319 more words

Preparing to Write

I hate reading directions. I’m more of a dive right in and see if I can figure things out on my own kind of girl. I’ll take this confession one step further and tell you that in my foolish past I’ve been known to skip an introduction when reading books such as this one. But luckily I’ve learned a thing or two over the years … namely that if the author of a book that’s proposing to teach you how to write and sell your memoir has bothered to include an introduction there’s probably a good reason.

I’d like to think that’s the case here (read: if you skipped it, go back and read it!). I’m hoping that the introduction inspired you to get excited about the genre. Did it give you a “Hey yeah! That’s exactly what I’m aiming to write!” sort of feeling? Good—if it did, then I succeeded. Writing a memoir is a big project, and you’ll need to let that enthusiasm carry you through—while your memoir is coming along well, and also when you’re feeling stuck and on the verge of giving
up the entire endeavor all together. Trust me, it happens.

And if you are anything like me, right now you’re feeling like you just want to jump up and get going already. You want to write! I’m here to ask you to think about a few things before you jump into the wild world that is memoir writing. What if I told you that by just reading these first few chapters and sorting through a few essential issues you could make your story more marketable Hint: Publishers love marketable. What if by sitting back and listening to what I have to say you could learn how to boil your story down into a few essential talking points? Basically show you how to make your story all the more appealing to agents, editors, and media outlets? Handy information, people! Would you still want to jump in and start working on your own? Or would you be willing to listen?

What if by starting out slowly I could save you the trouble of hearing the dreaded “sorry, we’ve already published ten memoirs about women who have quit their corporate jobs to make organic jam for a living.” That’s painful to hear after pounding out 300 pages of prose—believe me. But you wouldn’t have had this problem if you’d read section one first! And lastly, I can help you sort out all of your memories so that you’ll know exactly how to choose the ones that are the post interesting—and avoid the ones that are likely to bore a potential agent to death. Again, while I’m really not much of a fan of getting ready to do anything, I promise you it’s worth it. So let’s get READY TO WRITE.

 


Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.