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Mukesh Ambani Earnings and Luxurious Lifestyle

Chairman of second largest company in India Reliance Industries Limited (RIL)

RIL with revenue of US$44 billion (Rs 2,69,000 Crores) in 2016 is the 2nd biggest company in India after the government-controlled Indian Oil Corporation

Net Worth: $22.8 Billion / Rs. 1,52,133 Crores

House – Antilia
World’s most expensive home

Cars (168 luxury cars)
Maybach
Armored Mercedes-Benz S600
BMW 760li Armoured Version (Bulletproof Custom Built Model)Rs.
Bentley Flying Spur
Rolls Royce Phantom

Private Jets
Falcon 900EX
Boeing Business Jet 2 – Plane has a full-fledged executive office and a private bedroom suite

Airbus a319 Corporate Jet (Gifted his wife on her 44th birthday)

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RVH Lifestyles Generation 2 RVHauler Bed Rotisserie

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Who We Are

We are located in the “Heart of America” – southeast Kansas.

RVH offers products, services and consulting to help you choose an appropriate tow vehicle, enhance that tow vehicle with products and services, and select an appropriate trailer.

We live the RVing lifestyle – collectively we have over sixty years of RV experience, with twenty years of fulltime RV living. We also have decades of experience pulling large fifth wheel recreational vehicles with HDTs (Heavy Duty Trucks). Our eighteen years of hauler bed design have cumulated in the next generation of bed, providing what we believe is an industry leading product.

RVH Lifestyles is truly a one stop shop for your full timing needs. We’ve created quality control processes and a professional network of alliance partners that enable us to offer customers an indoor retail showroom, HDT mechanical shop and fabrication facilities, etc. We are located in the “Heart of America” – southeast Kansas.

What We Do
New HDT Tow Vehicles
• We custom order new HDTs specifically configured for the RV Lifestyle. Competitively priced Volvo tractors that can pull your RV, large horse trailer, or race trailer safely and efficiently.

Used HDT Tow Vehicles
• We specialize in providing high quality, clean, reliable, used Volvo trucks for the recreational towing market.
• Low mileage: typically under 300,000 miles.
• ALL of our trucks come with a two year warranty on the engine, drivetrain, transmission, cooling system, pollution control system, etc. This ensures continued reliability.
• We can find, inspect and sell you a used tractor alone, or we can completely build it out to your needs.

Hauler Bodies
• Our second generation hauler bodies provide the most advanced-concept body in the heavy truck market.
• We will build on your truck, or a truck we provide.
• Competitively priced. Our base model bodies are priced below the competition, yet provide more features and function.
• The most storage. No other provider can match our space utilization and design.
• Advanced design elements. Rolled bed edges; integrated steps; slide out storage box trays; wet bays, etc.
• The best corrosion resistance – full powder coating of the hauler body minimizes corrosion. Conventional (wet) paint for the final coating provides exceptional color matching to your truck.
• Three ramp storage areas are standard and are cross-body (accessible from either side); up to 5 ramp storage bays as an option.

Mechanical Services
• All truck repairs are completed in our preferred heavy truck mechanical shop by certified mechanics.
• We provide axle singling services for Volvo and other brands. You do not have to buy a truck from us – we will single your existing truck.

Accessory Installation
• Installation of all accessories: chrome, electronics, refrigeration, inverters, solar panels, shore power, battery charge systems, auxiliary air conditioning and heating systems.

Insurance
• We have a relationship with a preferred insurance provider that understands our lifestyle. Looking for insurance for an HDT? We can help.
• Aftermarket warranty for your truck – two year or four year policies are available that cover engine, transmission, drivetrain, turbo, cooling system, pollution system, etc. These are available even if you did not buy your truck from RVH, and even if you have a truck with more than 500,000 miles.

Fifth Wheel Trailers
• Consulting and advice on selection of an appropriate 5er that can meet your needs. We have extensive experience with New Horizons, Spacecraft and DRV.

For further information or questions:

Gregg Shields gregg@rvhlifestyles.com
Jack Mayer jack@rvhlifestyles.com
Marc Jones marc@rvhlifestyles.com

877.631.0060

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De-stress With These 8 Home Life Products

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This piece was written by the people who run the Cracked Store to tell you about products that are being sold there.

As anyone with eyes, ears, and internet access can gather, our current world is a frightening heap of deep structural inequality, unchecked global power, and incoherent mass media. Despite the warm comfort that comes with brain-melting repetitive labor, your worry-addled skull still needs a hand every now and again if you want to make it to lunch without hyperventilating. That’s why the Cracked Dispensary and the Cracked Store are here with a list of stuff to help you take refuge in your mind, man. It’s all going to be OK.

There are all sorts of reasons to want to stay home and throw on some comfort clothes. Maybe your favorite show is on, or maybe the stresses of the 9-5 have pushed you to your limit, or maybe a ghostly succubus has possessed your body. It doesn’t really matter. What does matter is we have a T-shirt so comfy and light that you’ll feel like your spectral form could levitate right out of your body. Just keep it away from Bill Murray.

 

When the world deals you a hand of insanity, sometimes the only thing you can do is go all in. Enter the Cracked Wild Card shirt. Wear it and let all those around you know that you won’t conform to their arbitrary notion of civilized society. Then belch in their face and take the rest of the day off, because when you’re a wild card, anything goes. Take that, “the establishment.”

Being Mario isn’t easy. Your day in and day out involves dodging floating fireballs, battling evil piranha plants, and we assume the occasional plumbing job to boot. That’s why when Mario gets stressed, he turns his focus inward and calls upon his spirituality to invoke Boo. We’re not sure if a video game seance is your preferred method of unwinding (yet), but we can assure you that nothing makes a blue-collar, red-hat fella feel more relaxed than astral projection and a comfy T-shirt.

Stress Spinner

We don’t know if it’s due to growing up on hyper-stimulating video games or if there’s something in the water, but people today are more fidgety than Kramer after … well, anything at all. Stop biting your fingernails and cracking your knuckles, and try giving this weighted desk toy a spin. After a few days of mindful whirling, you’ll impress your cube neighbors with your pointless prowess and improve your focus on work duties. Usually $60, get this Stress Spinner here for $19.99.

Brain.fm: Lifetime Subscription

Listening to pump-up music during work is all well and good, but the second you find yourself head-banging against the cubicle, you know it’s time to take a step back. Give those rage-tears a rest with the calm, focused relaxation of Brain.fm’s neurologically optimized mind-tunes. Thanks to various types of AI-generated music tailored for work, meditation, and sleep, you’ll be able to turn your “chill” on any time you want. Pick up a lifetime subscription to Brain.fm for $49.99.

Stress Blocks

Spinning pens like Tommy Lee and flipping coins like Le Chiffre from Casino Royale are cool ways to keep your hands busy, but they require a certain degree of skill and dexterity. What are the rest of us clumsy oafs supposed to do when we need some mindless activity to release stress? This desk toy has tactile doodads on every side, including spinners, buttons, and switches to keep your fingers tinkering and your brain from exploding. Reduced from $24, get one of these Stress Blocks for $14.99.

Ultimate Productivity Hacks Bundle

It’s easy to dismiss those Tony Robbins types as blowhards because we want to believe that whatever path we’re on is already the path to success. But the truth is that there’s no way to know if you’re path is right until the day comes when you turn on your faucet and gold coins start shooting out like a leprechaun’s wet dream. You see, the reason these aforementioned Tony Robbinses are kicking corporate butt is that they share the same key mental attitudes, organizational strategies, and stress-reduction techniques. Learn the tricks of the business empowerment circuit with this bundle of productivity-hacking courses for just $39.

Saent Productivity Solution

Unless you grew up as one of those bodybuilding five-year-olds on YouTube, your sense of discipline probably extends no further than “Maybe tonight I won’t add an entire can of whipped cream to this hot fudge sundae.” So it’s no surprise that when it comes to logging off to get some work done, most of humanity breathes a collective sigh of “five more minutes.” That’s why you need Saent, a device that acts as a physical off switch for digital distractions. Just tell it what apps and websites make your mind wander like a child, and it blocks access while emitting a bright countdown light that screams, “Not now chief, I’m in the zone,” to your coworkers. Grab the Saent Productivity Solution for $49.99.

Read more: http://www.cracked.com/blog/these-relaxing-items-will-bring-some-zen-to-your-life/

First coal-free day in Britain since Industrial Revolution – BBC News

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Britain went a full day without using coal to generate electricity for the first time since the Industrial Revolution, the National Grid says.

The energy provider said Friday’s lack of coal usage was a “watershed” moment.

Britain’s longest continuous energy period without coal until now was 19 hours – first achieved last May, and again on Thursday.

The government plans to phase out Britain’s last plants by 2025 in order to cut carbon emissions.

Friday is thought to be the first time the nation has not used coal to generate electricity since the world’s first centralised public coal-fired generator opened in 1882, at Holborn Viaduct in London.

 

Cordi O’Hara of the National Grid said: “To have the first working day without coal since the start of the industrial revolution is a watershed moment in how our energy system is changing.

“The UK benefits from highly diverse and flexible sources of electricity. Our energy mix continues to change and National Grid adapts system operation to embrace these changes.”

But Ms O’Hara says that while the country makes the transition to a low carbon system, coal remains an important source of energy.

According to Gridwatch.co.uk, around half of British energy on Friday came from natural gas, with about a quarter coming from nuclear plants.

Wind, biomass, and imported energy were also used.


Analysis

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Image caption These British miners are seen drilling for coal in 1924

By John Moylan, BBC industry correspondent

Coal has powered Britain for more than a century.

But Friday’s landmark moment – the first 24 hour period without any coal powered generation – is a sign of how the once mighty fuel is being consigned to history.

Part of the reason is that solar panels and wind turbines now provide much more electricity to factories and homes. Lower power demand is a factor too – that’s normal on a Friday.

And as older, uneconomic coal fired plants have closed in recent years, the fossil fuel has been playing a much smaller role in our energy system.


The last deep coal mine in the UK, Kellingley Colliery in North Yorkshire, closed in December 2015, bringing to an end centuries of deep coal mining in Britain.

Hannah Martin, from Greenpeace UK, said: “A decade ago, a day without coal would have been unimaginable, and in 10 years’ time our energy system will have radically transformed again.”

Coal remained a dominant part of the energy supply until the 1990s, but its use has fallen in recent years, as plants closed or switched to burning biomass such as wood pellets.

It accounted for just 9% of electricity generation in 2016 – down from 23% the year before.

However, there have been claims that using wood pellets to generate electricity is actually speeding up, not slowing down, climate warming.

A study published by Chatham House in February said wood is not carbon neutral and emissions from pellets are higher than coal, making pellet use a flawed policy.

The energy industry rejected the report, saying that wood energy cuts carbon significantly compared with fossil fuels.

Key moments for coal-fired power

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Image caption The Ferrybridge coal-fired power station in West Yorkshire closed in 2016 after 50 years
  • 1882 – The world’s first public coal-fired generating plant is opened at Holborn Viaduct in London
  • 1956 – The Clean Air Act (1956) is introduced to tackle the smog created by coal fired stations. Coal-burning power stations are moved out of cities
  • 1970s – Coal for heating homes is increasingly replaced by natural gas from the North Sea
  • 1980s – Nuclear power grows to around 25% of electricity generation
  • 1990s – ‘Dash for gas’ as natural gas grows to around 30% of electricity generation, largely substituting for coal
  • 2015 – Renewables account for 25% of power supply
  • 2016 – Government says it wants Britain’s last coal power plants to close by 2025

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A plea from the founder of Starbucks to stop buying the Unicorn Frappuccino

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Hello, my name is Rutherford Q. Starbucks and I am the founder of Starbucks.

When an employee first came to me with the Unicorn Frappuccino idea I told him no. I gave you all the benefit of the doubt. I told him, we here at Starbucks, we respect our customers and they respect us. Our mission is to provide our customers a delicious, caffeinated beverage to complement their day.

I let my grandson drink half of one of these and all of his teeth fell out within 45 minutes.

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I explained to him that our mission is not to fill a cup of rainbow colored, unnecessarily sugary bullshit and sell it to our customers for five dollars. I told him our customers are smarter than that. They won’t buy it. I believed in you. But he insisted.

So, we tested it out at one location, against my better judgment.

And you know what? It sold like fucking crazy. We sold so much of this unicorn drink that I had no choice but to make it a country-wide menu option.

What in God’s name is wrong with you people? Holy Mary, mother of God, what is wrong with you?

What in God’s name is wrong with you people?

I started Starbucks with a simple mission: to sell normal coffee at an alarmingly more expensive price than at other coffee shops. I succeeded. But now? I don’t even know who I am. I have grown cynical with the success of the horrid unicorn drink. Is there even caffeine in this thing? I don’t know. I don’t care. And neither do you. You will buy it and you will drink it. And you will love it. Why? Because we said you would.

Do you know how much it costs us to make a Unicorn Frappunccino? Nothing. It costs us zero dollars. It is Splenda and ice and dye. I know I can’t believe it either.

Our baristas are begging you not to buy this monstrosity. It has made their lives hell. “It takes 45 minutes to make,” they say. “It doesn’t even taste good,” they say. Do you listen? No.

You hogs. You wild, wild hogs.

Please stop putting this loathesome abomination into your body.

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I wake up every morning on a bed made out of money. I mean that literally. Instead of feathers or cotton, it’s cushioned with stacks of 100 dollar bills. It is NOT comfortable and I do NOT sleep well, but I do it because I can. Because capitalism is thriving.

You are all ants and I am a boy with a magnifying glass, gone mad with power.

You make me sick. And so does the unicorn water that I sell for $5 an ounce.

Every Unicorn Frappuccino you buy funds another (solid gold) hot tub in my (huge) backyard. Do I need it? No. Will I ever use it? Of course not.

This weekend I am buying an island. I have no intention of ever stepping foot on it. But I have the means to do it and I will.

I hope you all enjoy the Unicorn Frappuccino that causes nothing but pain for every single person who touches it. It has broken me, as a businessman and as a lover of coffee.

Please buy our new Vomit Latte. It tastes like real vomit and it’s $17.

WATCH: F8 makes it abundantly clear that Facebook has ambitions way beyond your social network

 

Read more: http://mashable.com/2017/04/22/stop-buying-the-unicorn-frappuccino/

13 reasons why Rotterdam may be Europe’s new capital of cool

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(CNN)Rotterdam — the Netherlands’ second largest city and Europe’s biggest port — is currently enjoying its transformation from a city plagued with urban problems to a hip place to visit or live.

Long lost in the shadow of Amsterdam, crowdfunding initiatives and striking new architecture have helped boost Rotterdam’s vibe and image recently.
Some are now asking, does the city of 630,000 people from 170 nationalities have the credentials to be considered Europe’s new capital of cool?
 
 
 
Here are a handful of reasons to visit Rotterdam now.

There are free outdoor art galleries

 
Art fans don’t need to enter a museum to view art in Rotterdam.
Stroll around the city and giant sculptures are in eyesight.
Pablo Picasso’s 46 ton “Sylvette” sits at the intersection of Museumpark and Westersingel, forming part of a sculpture route that runs alongside Rotterdam’s Westersingel canal.
Auguste Rodin’s “L’homme qui marche,” a headless, armless sculpture of a walking man, returns in March after being loaned for display in Wuppertal, Germany.
Sculpture International Rotterdam curates the Westersingel Sculpture Route and public artworks dotted around Rotterdam.

It’s got a mind-blowing market hall

Rotterdam opened the Markthal, a covered market hall and apartment complex in October 2014, giving the city a radical landmark to draw visitors.
Apartments arch above 96 stalls selling everything from Dutch cheeses to fresh fish, and many other local food and drinks.
The ceiling of the Markthal bears the world’s largest artwork.
Spanning over 13,000 square yards, the “Horn of Plenty” by Arno Coenen is a colorful art piece depicting fruit tumbling from a summer sky, grazing cows and flowers.
The artwork’s panels help lower sound within the market hall.

And the best new cocktail bar in the Netherlands

Cocktail-lovers should head straight to Stirr, which was named the Netherlands’ best new cocktail bar in the 2016 Esquire awards.
Mustachioed mixologists stand ready to create drinks tailored to any tastes.
They utilize the venue’s own liqueurs, bitters and syrups.
With exposed brickwork and hip hop music, Stirr offers a new scene in a city where dockworkers and industrial workforce have traditionally favored beer over cocktails.

There’s a district that’s actually called Cool District

Many cities have quarters that are widely regarded as cool but Rotterdam can claim, literally, to have a Cool District.
Pronounced ‘coal’ in Dutch, the district was a separate municipality to Rotterdam until 1816, and is now peppered with high street stores and restaurants.
Plans are afoot to redevelop “Coolsingel”, the broad street that runs in front of Rotterdam’s city hall, by 2020.
Traffic flow will be reduced, and pedestrians and cyclists will have more space when the project is complete.

Its citizens want to surf

In recent years, Rotterdam has asked its citizens to help change the city.
Residents have suggested projects to receive funding, then had a vote to choose the most popular.
One scheme, proposing an area for urban surfing at Steigersgracht, next to the Markthal, hit legal challenges but looks set to open in 2017.
The Luchtsingel, a 1,280 foot long pedestrian bridge linking the central station with Rotterdam’s northern district, opened in 2015.
Crowdfunding, sourced by inscribing names on the bridge’s wooden planks in return for a donation, helped raise revenue to construct the yellow Luchtsingel.

It’s got accessible nightlife

A number of bars, cafes, and restaurants operate on Witte de Withstraat, the buzzing street at the heart of Rotterdam’s nightlife scene.
A smattering of art boutiques, including Gallerie Ecce and Gallerie van Eijck, give the area cultural credentials.
If the weather’s nice, seats are set out on the sidewalk in front of bars such as De Witte Aap.
Ballroom — named after bitterballen, a traditional, deep fried Dutch snack — makes unconfirmed claims to having the world’s widest selection of gin and tonics.

There’s interesting stuff happening with mushrooms

Folks in Rotterdam don’t just talk about cutting back on their carbon footprint, they do something about it.
Sometimes, that something is a little unusual.
Like the team from RotterZwam, which grows oyster mushrooms using coffee grinds from cafs around the city center as fertilizer.
So far, RotterZwam has salvaged in excess of 35 tons of used coffee and produced more than 4 tons of mushrooms, which are sold and served in restaurants around the city.

The old red light district is being transformed

The Fenix Food Factory occupies a former warehouse in the city’s Katendrecht district.
Here, young entrepreneurs sell locally sourced food and drinks, while helping to transform what was long a rundown, red light district.
Visitors can sit in a communal area at the center of the building or on seats overlooking the waterfront.
The Kaapse Brouwers brewpub hosts live jazz sessions on Fridays and Sundays.

Everyone’s growing vegetables

At a time when many urban youth are clueless about where food comes from, Uit Je Eigen Stad gives young people in Rotterdam a chance to try their hand at farming.
The initiative, whose name means “from your own city,” is based on a formerly rundown dockland in the city’s western suburbs.
Vegetables harvested from the urban farm are served in at the on-site restaurant, and a caf/shop at Rotterdam’s central train station (24ab Proveniersplein).
City rooftops are also being used to grow fruit and vegetables, in environmentally conscious efforts to reduce food transport.

The architecture floats

Rotterdam-based architects are developing plans for floating houses to help maximize living space in a city with vast areas of water.
A Floating Pavilion is already used to host events at the Rijnhaven, on the south side of the city’s Nieuwe Maas River.
Cows will soon be milked on the Floating Farm, which is scheduled to open in Rotterdam during 2017.
Peter van Wingerden, the architect of the self-sustaining dairy platform, believes floating farms may be a way for the cities of the future to feed their growing populations and reduce pressure on land.

It’s always loved innovative buildings

Some say Rotterdam embraces contemporary architecture because so many of its historic sites were destroyed during a German air raid on May 14, 1940.
Yet even before World War II, Rotterdam saw the construction of new buildings, such as the Sonneveld House, a Modernist family home from the 1930s.
The Witte Huis, an Art Nouveau-influenced highrise which now hosts a caf, was completed in 1898, and is regarded as a proto-skyscraper.
The World Port Center, designed by Foster and Partners, and the KPN Telekom Building by Renzo Piano, are two of the city’s celebrated skyscrapers.
De Rotterdam, designed by Rem Koolhaas, is conceptualized as a vertical city and is the largest building in the Netherlands.

Museums are everywhere

Rotterdam’s Museum Park has wide open green spaces to take advantage of sunny weather.
Around it there’s both the Natural History Museum and Kunsthal, which hosts regularly changing art exhibitions.
The Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen displays world class artworks, by the likes of Piet Mondrian and Vincent van Gogh, plus the applied designs of Gerrit Rietveld.
Het Nieuwe Instituut is the place to go for design-related exhibitions, and hosts the Dutch state archive on architecture.

Even its disused factories are cool

Completed in 1931, the Van Nelle Factory was built to process and package tea, coffee and tobacco.
Over the course of six years, each aspect of the design was carefully considered by the Functionalist architects Johannes Brinkmann and Leendert van der Vlugt.
In 2014 UNESCO inscribed the factory, which is now used for office space, as a world heritage site.
Fans of architecture can join Urban Guides for tours of the ingeniously designed building.

Read more: http://www.cnn.com/2017/03/01/travel/rotterdam-netherlands-europe-cool-city/index.html

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Global debt explodes at 'eye-watering' pace to hit £170 trillion

Global debt explodes at ‘eye-watering’ pace to hit £170 trillion:

Global debt has climbed at an “eye-watering” pace over the past decade, soaring to a fresh high of £170 trillion last year, according to the Institute of International Finance (IIF).

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Billionaire Investor Holds 10 Percent of His Life Savings in Bitcoin, Predicts Price to Hit $2,000 – Bitcoin XYZ

Billionaire Investor Holds 10 Percent of His Life Savings in Bitcoin, Predicts Price to Hit $2,000 – Bitcoin XYZ:

Billionaire hedge fund investor Mike Novogratz, who made it into the Forbes billionaire list in 2008, revealed that he holds 10 percent of his net worth in Bitcoin and Ethereum.

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New Life for the SDR? by Mohamed A. El-Erian – Project Syndicate

New Life for the SDR? by Mohamed A. El-Erian – Project Syndicate:

WASHINGTON, DC – The rise of anti-globalization political movements and the threat of trade protectionism have led some people to wonder whether a stronger multilateral core for the world economy would reduce the risk of damaging fragmentation. After all, lest we forget, the current arrangements – as pressured as they are – reflected our post-World War II forebears’ strong desire to minimize the risk of “beggar-thy-neighbor” national policies, which had crippled growth, prosperity, and global stability in the 1930s.

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