Davido is someone who works strictly with plans and schedules. When he declared it was back to basics last year, he followed it strictly. And right now, Davido is selling out some of the World’s Biggest Arenas and getting invites to perform at festivals. This year, he revealed he would be setting up record labels for all his artistes as he wants to make them bosses rather than be one. As a CEO, he also stressed the fact that he would quit music at the age of 30 with the aim of going into film making and also setting up a big media house. Only CEOs make these great steps!
Follow CBSMIAMI.COM: Facebook | Twitter MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Flames shot high in the morning air at the AAAA car recycling plant in Opa-locka Friday morning. The blaze erupted about 9:30 a.m. when workers using a welding torch and metal cutting saw somehow sparked it. The types of fires can be particularly dangerous because cars contain lots of stuff that burn and blow up. “There’s a lot of flammable equipment. There’s always gas and oil left over in these vehicles. Tires can explode. There are contaminants, types of carcinogens that this kind of fire puts out,” said Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Lt. Kristen Miller. The owner of the junk lot said help was seriously delayed by the road leading to the business which is unpaved with lots of large, deep holes and mud. “We worry about the street because the firefighters, they take too long getting here because of the condition of the street. We’re not complaining about the firefighters, but they take too long getting here because of the street,” said Jose Concepcion. Chopper4 over the scene found a fully involved fire, not being fought at first because fire trucks had not yet been able to arrive. “You can tell with your video that I’m sure you shot of the road conditions, that it is in pretty bad condition and our large pieces of fire equipment do have a difficult time accessing in the condition that this road is at,” fire battalion chief Danny Cardeso told CBS4’s Gary Nelson. Concepcion hasn’t begun to gauge his losses, but junk cars are worth the sum of their re-sellable parts and that can amount to a pretty penny. Businesses along the eight-block stretch of Cairo Lane in the industrial area of Opa-locka can’t expect to get their unpaved street repaired and surfaced any time soon. Opa-locka is essentially living from paycheck to paycheck with scarcely two nickels to rub together. A storied history of corruption left the city millions of dollars in debt and two years ago Governor Rick Scott appointed a state emergency oversight board to take over operation of the city. Opa-locka remains under state control, largely dirt poor with no lack of dirt roads.
One more thing to report is that Kia showed off its commitment to The Ray, an 18-mile stretch of Interstate 85 in West Georgia. Named by his daughter for industrialist Ray C. Anderson, who sold environmentally friendly office building carpet tiling with built-in wiring for computer systems, the goal is to make that portion of highway carbon-neutral by 2020, using funds from Anderson’s foundation. The Ray includes solar panel-powered EV charging at a rest stop. There’s also 50 square meters of solar road on the Interstate, the first such pilot outside of France, and a nifty electronic tire station that can measure your vehicles’ tires’ pressure and tread depth when you slowly drive past it.
Let’s be honest: Even among minivans, the Sienna is not at the top of its game. Sure, it has lots of nifty features, most of which were on display in our top-of-the-line Limited Premium tester (no, seriously, that’s the name of the trim level—not just Limited, not just Premium, but Limited and Premium!). The third-row seat motors down into the luggage well, leaving a nice flat load floor. A split-screen rear-seat entertainment system lets Thing 1 watch a Bluray movie while Thing 2 watches whatever is plugged into the HDMI port. It has second row seats that recline corporate-jet style. It even has a rear sunroof that actually opens.
As well as the typical BMW drive modes – Eco Pro, Comfort, Sport – the 530e gets a suit of additional electric drive modes. The default is Auto eDrive, which uses the motor and petrol engine together to achieve the best balance between efficiency and performance. Max eDrive is the electric-only mode, which gives a top speed of 87mph. However, the engine will cut in if the driver presses through the throttle’s kickdown switch in order to meet the performance demand.
The last powertrain is the 8GR-FXS, the Multi Stage Hybrid System as seen on the Lexus LS 500h and LC 500h , and the new Crown is the first Toyota brand model to utilise it. The system consists of a 3.5 litre Dual VVT-i direct-injected V6 – with 299 PS and 356 Nm – paired with twin electric motors and a 310 V lithium-ion battery, resulting in a total system output of 359 PS. The two motors work in conjunction with a four-speed auto to simulate the feel of a 10-speed gearbox.
Picture this – You’ve just finished recording a brand new track and everything from the delivery to the emotion is present in your song. However, you now want to alter some of your notes so that your entire masterpiece is pitch-perfect, minus the presence of any false notes. Well, in order to carry out something like this, you’ll require a comprehensive bunch of precision real-time editing tools. And that’s where this interesting option comes into play. It forays onto the scene packed to the hilt with features such as formant correction, full ReWire support and a large buffet of pitch shaping tools.
Once you have your sample financing statement in hand, you bring that to your bankruptcy trustee , who will review it and, if it makes financial sense, present it to the court in a motion to incur debt. The court can either approve or deny the motion, and you may have to attend a hearing to further explain your need for a vehicle. If all of your debtors agree, you’re approved and can then go back to the dealer to begin the finance process.
So my question is this. How can I in good conscious, aside even from liability risk, send a customer out to drive with their saftey systems disabled. I can ask them to sign a waver but shouldnt they have signed that before the appointment was set. You already replace the glass and now they have no choice but to drive the car, and it could be days before they can get to a dealer for calibration. So it’s pay me sogn this and good luck! It’s unethical to place a customer in this position. A waver forced on someone only after the installation leaves the blame for injury or death squarely with the glass shop. The only answer is a mobile job completed at a dealership with a calibration service.
Here is a hint though: those already exposed to the MU-X allege it is not much more than a softened Trailblazer, so there is that. I also received a spec-sheet from one of my unnamed sources — a sleeper agent and intelligence asset strategically embedded within the local industry— for the purpose of comparison with one of its more popular rivals and I was bit disappointed to see the low airbag count. Given how Kenyans handle large vehicles, we might soon start marketing cars based on how many airbags they come with, rather than how many kilometres it can do per litre of fuel. So as far as the life-saving balloons go, the MU-X plays second fiddle to the Fortu… to its cross-town rival. As soon as I receive the test car, I will let you know what’s up in a detailed review.