Kim Kardashian and Kim Humphries | Kim and Kris Wedding

5 Facts About Kim Kardashian & Kris Humphries’ Wedding

Kim Kardashian and Kim Humphries | Kim and Kris Wedding - Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries’ wedding has been pegged the “Wedding of the Century” by the media and fans alike. The 30-year-old socialite and 26-year-old NBA free agent got engaged in May. Kris proposed to Kim with a $2,000,000 (20) carat engagement ring after spelling out “Will You Marry Me” in rose petals on her bedroom floor. All romance aside, Kim K. and Kris Humphries’ wedding has seem to have gone from simply over-the-top to just gaudy and ridiculous. From Baccarat Cosmo vases to a 10 tier wedding cake, here are five facts about the “royalish” wedding you may have not known.

5. 500 Guests have been invited to the wedding ceremony including: Justin Bieber, Will and Jada Pinkett Smith, Jennifer Lopez and more. 50 people had to be cut from the invitation list due to fire code regulations! will be 720 Bottles of Chardonnay, Rose`, Merlot and Cabernet on deck!

3.Kim Kardashian had four Louboutin’s custom-made for her choosing.

2.Guests are only allowed to wear black or white!

1.Kim K. and Kris Humpries have a bridal registry at Gearys of Beverly Hills totaling over $170,000 including a Baccarat Cosmos Extra Large Vase worth $7,850!

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Used Car Prices Finally Fall | Used Car Info

Soaring used-car prices finally start fall

After a big rise, wholesale prices of used cars are finally starting to fall a little. It should moderate, or at least slow, rocketing retail used-car prices -- what you'll pay -- that are up more than 30% this year.

At the wholesale level, used car prices fell another $300 in June and are now more than $600 below their April peak for the year so far, says Tom Kontos of Adesa's consulting arm. Adesa itself is one of the nation's largest wholesale sellers of used cars.

Even though wholesale used-car prices have tapered off, don't expect the party to last. "Tight used vehicle supplies plus strong retail demand should keep used vehicle prices from dropping dramatically," Kontos writes in a note to the industry.

And while used-car prices are starting to slack off, retail used vehicle sales in July still were higher, up 17.8% year-over-year at new-car dealers' used-car lots and up 10.7% for independent dealers.

On a month-over-month basis, used vehicle sales were up for both groups as well. "Certified" used vehicle sales in July were up 1.4% versus June, registering their strongest showing of the year for these automaker-sponsored programs, according to Autodata.

Sounds like the "mild recovery" that economists keep saying is happening is at least still taking place for the auto industry

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