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Guys I have assembled for you various articles, links and products from around the web, hope you like them.

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You can get Firefox directly from Exoleb by pressing the link that?「どィび「s over the calendar.

After installing Firefox, you can go and visit this website you will find this great article: Aston Martin DB9 vs.

Ferrari F430 vs. Ford GT vs. Lamborghini Gallardo vs. Mercedes-Benz SL65 AMG vs. Porsche 911 Turbo S Cabriolet – Comparison Tests.

After that I recommend watching this great 40 minutes Video from YouTube of the Bugatti Veyron racing a plane on Top Gear:

After all of this, go to WinCustomize and download this Ferrari Skin I made years ago. (Xman2222 that?「どィび「s me – don?「どィび「t ask me why, I don?「どィび「t remember lol!!)

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Lebanese Nights

Lebanon is not only full of great cars… Check this article taken from Business Week.

New Arrivals – The hottest spots for bars and clubs in Europe right now are not where you’d expect

December 05, 2005 By Philip Watson – Business Week
St Tropez? Pass?ノャゥ. Ibiza? So over. The hottest spots for bars and clubs in Europe right now are not where you’d expect


Vibrant Beirut was at one time the Paris of the Middle East, a magnet for nightclubbing hedonists from East and West. A long civil war tarnished its cosmopolitan character yet, in the 15 years since the ceasefire, Beirut has rebuilt its reputation forfun in the sun. The bustling playground ofthe Levant is swinging harder than ever, alive with alfresco cafes, designer shops, exclusive beach clubs and all-night clubs.

The best place to start a long, heady night is around the pool of the swanky open-air Sky Bar at the top of the Palm Beach Hotel (Ain el-Mreisseh; +961 (0) 1 369 113), which offers cocktails, DJs playing loungey sounds, and magnificent views across the Med.

Stunning Lebanese girls, flashy local celebrities and monied businessmen then move on to Zinc (37 Seifeddine el-Khatib Street; +961(0) 1 612 612), a classy, dimly lit restaurant and bar in a French colonial villa that was taken and retaken so many times during the war that it was eventually nicknamed the “Bitch of Beirut”.

After midnight, revellers head to Monot Street, a hilly road lined with bars and clubs that lies beside the infamous Green Line, which once divided Christian East Beirut fromthe Muslim West. Here, the party continues at a knowingly war-themed bar called 1975 (Monot Street; +961 (0) 3 323 700), named after the year that the fighting kicked off. Inside, mortar shells stand on the bar, fake sandbags are piled up in the windows, and the waiters wear fatigues and combat helmets, while your drinks are served in old ammunition boxes.

Near to Monot Street is the plush and baroque Crystal (243 Monot Street; +961 (0) 1 332 523), Beirut’s largest and flashiest club. Dressing up is positively encouraged here. Whenever a punter buys one of the ?「てャィ2,500, nine-litre bottles of Mo?ノャエt & Chandon, the music stops, a spotlightis beamed onto themand an anthem is played as two waiters carry over their order.

The late-night partying continues until 7am at the legendary BO18 (Lot 317, La Quarantaine; +961 (0) 3 800 018), a rather eerie underground bunker that looks like a cross between a bomb shelter and a mausoleum. The club has a domed roof that retracts to allow the ravers to dance to house and techno under the warm, starry sky.

So we are waiting for your visit.

Burning Mercedes E320

On the 16-07-05 while returning home from Beit Mery ( http://www.beitmery.com ) I saw this Mercedes E320 burning, there was two Lebanese man trying to turn the fire off hitting it with wet T-Shirts and a group of Saudi-Arabien women screeming in the back.
Obviously those people didn’t have fire extinguishers in there cars so that should remind you to keep a small fire extinguisher in your car you never know what could happen.

How to photograph an exotic car.

Well it depends where you saw it.

If you are walking on the street and you see an exotic cars take your camera and start taking pictures of the car in every angle you can until your camera?「どィび「s memory is completely full.

If you are in a car and you see an exotic car parked take your camera and begin to take photos of it when approaching it continue taking photos near it and take more photos when your leaving the spot (you should not take any photos if your driving, always let a passenger take the pictures. If you really want to take pictures of the exotic car park your car and then take as many pictures as you want.)

If you are in a car and you see an exotic approaching take a picture of the rearview mirror showing the car and then take a picture of the car approaching, another picture when it is near you and one more picture when it passes you, If your are moving faster then the exotic car take a picture when you are approaching another when your near her, one from the mirror and finally one when your driving away. (Don?「どィび「t forget never take any photos if you?「どィび「re driving.)