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The Truth About Fuel Efficiency: What You Need to Know Before Buying a Hyundai i30

hyundai 130
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It’s all too easy to be lured in by flashy advertisements and promises of fuel efficiency when shopping for a new vehicle. But how do you know if the car you’re interested in will live up to those claims? If you’re looking at Hyundais specifically, don’t worry — we’ve got your back! In this article, we’ll discuss the value of Hyundai cars regarding their fuel economy. We’ll also help you make an informed decision about whether or not it’s worth investing in. You won’t want to miss out on what we have to say.
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Happy Earth Day, 2013

Earth Day 2013 Google Doodle
Google Home Page Doodle for April 22, 2013

This year, Earth Day (celebrated globally) is all about increasing awareness of climate change and its disastrous effects on our planet. Find out more about what you can do personally to help Save the Earth at This Link.

Giant Lipstick Sculpture By Agne Kisonaite

Giant Lipstick Sculpture
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Eastern European painter and sculptress, Agne Kisonaite, created this stunning sculpture, entitled simply Giant Lipstick, using over 5000 used lipstick tubes. Measuring a height of 2.5 meters (8 feet) with an overall weight of 200kg (440 pounds), the sculpture is incredibly modern and yet timelessly beautiful. Agne made the sculpture to draw attention to the need for green effort consciousness with regard to reduction, recycling and reuse here in our consumer culture.
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Giant Fish Sculpture Made From Recycled Plastic Bottles!

The Big Fishes Sculpture Rio
Image Credit: Victor R. Caivano / AP, Ueslei Marcelino / Reuters

The Big Fishes is a wonderfully whimsical sculpture that was made from collected and assembled discarded plastic bottles. What a cool way to go green! The sculpture is currently installed at Botafogo Beach in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. At night, the work is illuminated so that beachgoers can continue to enjoy the piece even when it’s dark out!

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