For example on made up numbers. 1% of rides you crash with a helmet and 0.1% without a helmet. If 75% of the time the helmet stops serious damage happening then with a helmet 0.25% of all rides have serious injury with helmet as opposed to 0.1% without.
I remember on another trip, we got a flat tire in rural India. Instead of sitting in the car, we followed the noise coming from a nearby village. We found ourselves in the middle of a traditional wedding ceremony of a girl who looked my age or even younger.
I usually break my fast with a green smoothie and some hummus with vegetables. Then I have a decent meal, lots of protein (chicken, beef). I not trying to eliminate carbs but I do try to limit them somewhat, not real strict on that though. SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileHeading into last night’s MTV Movie Awards broadcast, it was a pretty good bet that The Twilight Saga: New Moon would take home many awards, and that Sandra Bullock’s first big public appearance since her troubles with Jesse James would generate some kind of show stopping moment.But a more unlikely celebrity emerged as a real scene stealer during last night’s awards show: Tom Cruise. Reprising his popular Tropic Thunder role as profane Hollywood producer Les Grossman, Cruise donned a paunch and bald spot once more for several skits in which he acted as the abrasive producer of the glitzy MTV awards broadcast.After squaring off against Karate Kid star Jaden Smith in the show’s opener, Cruise later took to the stage for an elaborate dance number, which saw the actor grinding to Ludacris’ Get Back with a team of back up dancers, then working his way through some pretty complicated hip hop moves (and high kicks!) alongside former Fly Girl Jennifer Lopez.It was a high point in the two hour broadcast, and one that’s generating some great reviews for Cruise. In advance of his upcoming movie Knight and Day, which will be released later this month.What did you think of the MTV Movie Awards? Did Tom Cruise steal the show?FILM REVIEW: Titanic 3D minute by minuteJames Cameron’s Titanic was always a marathon at three hours and counting.
Last month, after weeks of deliberation, my husband and I signed up our 9 year old son for an intensive soccer program that involves two practices and one game each week, year round. He loves soccer, so it’s not like we’re playing the role of overbearing parents and forcing him to do something he dislikes. But for our family he’s just one of three kids it felt like a major commitment..