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Why are taxis yellow in New York?

The yellow taxis of the Big Apple have been recognized worldwide and for several decades. Foto: Dimitrios Kambouris / Getty Images The identity of New York is defined by several iconic images, such as the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State and even that of sports teams, such as the Giants, the Jets or the Knicks; Nevertheless, the yellow taxis of the Big Apple are recognized worldwide and for several decades. Those who have spent, even an afternoon in Manhattan, well know that moving through the center of the city could well resemble an obstacle course, a situation that invites us to take a taxi service; Well, at the beginning of the 20th century, maybe the situation was not so different. Of course, New York cabs weren't always ye...
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Spain s, but not as

It does not take a squirrel to understand the reasons why the independence partners of the PSOE do not take advantage of this unique moment to demand an independence referendum. Looting is much more profitable. Now let there be regions willing to swallow another twist of the autonomic-extractive system without question is something that needs to be explained with a great deal of psychosocial finesse. Possibly it has to do with complexes generated by being poorer than another, with whom you live, for too long. The service personnel, that Andalusian maid, for example, so popular in Catalonia, internalizes their subordinate status. It is the result of long enduring a position of inferiority with respect to others who tell you that you are poorer because you are dumber, because you belo...
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CO2 emissions from coal and gas will rebound this year, while those from oil will remain the same compared to 2019

Boris Johnson, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, and his Indian counterpart, Narendra Modi, during COP26 Europa Press The global carbon emissions will rise again in 2021 and will be close to the 2019 levels prior to the coronavirus pandemic and, due to fossil sources, coal and gas will rebound against the oil that will remain at similar levels, according to a report by the Global Carbon Project (GCP) that i...
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Glenn Youngkin: from buying Codornu to new Virginia governor

His victory as governor of the state fuels Republican ambition and deals a severe blow to Biden in the face of the 2022 legislative elections.Virginia Governor-Elect Glenn Youngkin.AP PABLO PARDO Correspondent Washington Updated Thursday, November 4, 2021 - 01:40USA Psychological defeat of the Democratic Party one year after Biden's victory USA Thus resurrecting New York Eric Adams, its next mayor Was it a 2024 trial? If viewed from that perspective, what happened in Tuesday's elections in the United States seems to indicate that that country is turning the page of both Trumpism and anti-Trumpism representing Joe Biden and, above allor, the Democratic left wing. The Democratic Party took a symbolic hit, the size of which grew the further to the left its candidates were. The Repu...
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Aaron Rodgers could avoid vaccine scrutiny for just a little while

Now that a little more smoke has cleared, it appears that Aaron Rodgers' main crime was failing to correct the public perception that he was vaccinated. Depending on your perspective, that action could be seen as a mendacious individual trying to put one above the NFL with the help of his club, or a player doing all he can to avoid public scrutiny of a choice he thinks is better. . his own body.Mark J. Rebilas / USA TODAY SportsFor those who haven't caught up yet: Rodgers tested positive for COVID-19 this week and cannot play for at least another 10 days. This offseason, he told reporters that he was "immunized," although that was reportedly in reference to an alternative homeopathic treatment Rodgers received for the virus and not an actual vaccine. Rodgers petitioned the NFL for t...
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Families separated at the border will not receive $ 450,000, says Biden

Record number of migrants killed at the southern border of the United States. 0:46 (CNN) -- President Joe Biden said Wednesday that families separated at the border under the Trump administration's so-called zero-tolerance policy will not receive payments of $ 450,000, but did not elaborate on possible monetary settlements for them. Biden, following comments about authorizing the Covid-19 vaccine for children ages 5 to 11, was asked if payments of that size could incentivize people to try to enter the country illegally. The president responded by calling the report "garbage." "Not true," he said. In 2018, the government of Donald Trump announced its "zero tolerance" policy, in which the Justice Department beg...
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Why alcohol is the worst drink to keep your immune system strong

Excessive alcohol consumption dehydrates the body, deteriorates intestinal health, and affects immune cells. Photo: Giovanna Gomes on Unsplash / Unsplash Everything we eat and drink can affect the function and integrity of the immune system. While we can't be in complete control of not getting sick, it is possible to support immunity through a nutritious diet, getting enough sleep, exercising regularly, and managing stress. Taking into account that we are starting the flu and flu season, it is worth being clear that it helps and hurts. There are key nutrients that can help support the immune system, such as: vitamin C, zinc, vitamin D, probiotics, beta-carotene and proteins. While there are other habits that can seriously interfere with th...
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Why Biden’s popularity in America plummeted and what role Trump plays in the recovery of the Republicans

Drafting BBC News World12 minutesImage source, EPACaption, Biden's popularity has fallen.Less than a year later, Joe Biden goes through what seems like his lowest hours since he arrived in the White House. The fall of his popularity and the triumph of the republican candidate in the elections to governor of Virginia have set off the alarms in the equipment of the president and his followers. Also in the state of New Jersey, where the Democratic governor, Phil Murphy, obtained a result well below expectations, although the media finally projected him as the winner of re-election. One year after the midterm election (to be held on November 8, 2022), in which a Congress will be renewed in which Democrats now have a slim majority, Republicans show signs of recovery.Former President Donald ...
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End to hunger strike: New York reaches deal with yellow taxis

New York's yellow taxi drivers reached an agreement with the city today. Foto: Michael M. Santiago / Getty Images New York, Nov 3 (EFE) .- The yellow taxi drivers of New York reached an agreement with the city today, after 14 days on hunger strike, which will allow them to restructure the debt they incurred when buying their work permits for these iconic cars, and which led to nine of their colleagues taking their own lives in recent years. “Two words: We win! Plus three others: Thank you New York ”is the message from the workers on their Twitter account, where they have told their stories with the debt, which for some exceeds $ 400,000. The taxi drivers had proposed that the city, to which the Taxis and Limousine Commission that re...
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The new NBA ball does not want to the basket

Emilio V. EscuderoCONTINUE Updated:04/11/2021 00:55h Keep By the hands of Drew Hanlen some of the best shooters in the NBA have passed. The shot of Bradley Beal, Zach LaVine o Jayson Tatum has been shaped by this personal trainer who is one of the most reputable in the United States. For this reason, his voice when talking about the shot to the basket and its consequences carries a lot of weight and serves to explain a phenomenon that is hitting the league at this start of the season. «There has been a lot of talk about the change of rules that has been to limit the number of free throws, but nothing has been said about the impact that the change of ball has had on the game», Explained the technician in a message published on his social networks days ago. Several of the ...