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Yeah, nice example - of course the hotels are full, it's 400 participants, 300 (or more) do need rooms and they do not come alone, they bring their team of 1,2 3 people. The most in the millionaires class have entourages of 30-50 people. So yes, La Paz is booked... for what? 3 days? 4days? 5 days? None of the people (racing teams) I spoke to does plan to stay much longer because of the crime warnings in the media and the continuing killings and b) beforehand they all planned to arrive as late as possible for same reason.

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Indian’s total whitewash of the American Flat Track series was amazing for the go fast, turn left brigade to witness but the chances of seeing an FTR750 are akin to finding a Harley race technician without sad face, let alone riding one.
If you have 66000,-$ US spare the factory will entertain the idea of you racing one but for the road there have only been Krazy Horse and Roland Sands street trackers available until now.
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Commitment means staying loyal to what you said you where going to do long after the mood you said it in has left you.
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Law student bagged the free cash after opening a Complete Freedom account with St. George bank in March 2010.
A computer error meant he was allowed to overdraw the account and spend a total of $1.5 million (AU $2.1 million).
The Australian treated himself to luxury holidays, an Aston Martin, a Maserati and a boat while living the ultimate bachelor lifestyle.

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Mexico’s 2018 presidential race grows chaotic. The race for the presidency is already a nail-biter, featuring a powerful ruling party, dozens of independent aspirants - including two women -
and very strange bedfellows.
For years, the country’s three mainstream parties have seen falling support. Now alternatives are popping up left and right, fracturing old alliances and creating new ones. Sometimes, more options are good for democracy. Other times, they portend chaos.
So is Mexico’s democracy thriving or struggling?

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A woman pictured raising her middle finger toward US President Donald Trump's motorcade has reportedly been fired from her job over the photograph.
The image went viral after it was taken on 28 October in Virginia, close to a Trump golf resort.
Juli Briskman, who was identified as the cyclist in the image, alleges she was fired by employers Akima LLC after she posted it to her online profiles.
So much about freedom of expression... roflmao
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Now 80 and having lived a lavish and debaucherous lifestyle, Nicholson avoids cameras and lives alone on Mullholland Drive. An unnamed source close to Nicholson said the actor was “‘afraid of dying alone in his house.’” It’s a somber thought, but few people have lived such a legendary life in the first place.
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#JackNicholson #MullhollandDrive
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Everybody loves a good sandwich — so much so that there should probably be a month devoted to them, not just a day. Here are 12 favorites.
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One of the hardest #decisions you'll ever face in life is choosing whether to just let go or try harder #MissingThePurpose #Tired
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Can Donald Trump be called a fascist? Trump is a media figure and a fascist of our times, Fred Turner, a communications researcher at Stanford University wrote for the German weekly Die Zeit.
Is perverting the American democracy Trump's endgame?
The first feature of Ur-Fascism is the cult of tradition going along with exploiting and exacerbating the natural fear of difference.
Read more here >>> http://a2zisus.com/Trump-Fascist
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