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DIE HARD 4 Staying Alive

Category: Tourism, Posted:16 Dec 2012 | 06:00 am

An article in The Atlantic caught my eye just the other day about what time of day that people are most statistically prone to die.
The magic number is 11:00 am.
Apparently research has proven that once people get older, technology such as alarms and schedules take a back seat to biology.
The phenom of social jet lag is often a factor, and barring dying in one of Phuket's many vehicle accidents or those mysterious Patong incidents beware of the coming of mid day.
Two other strange stats were that on your birthday you have a 14% higher likelihood of tanking, or 13% more on payday.
Now that we are clear on this, please get back to living your lives. Avoid birthdays at all costs and try working for free.

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