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When Audi started a war to BMW....

When Audi started a war to BMW....
once upon a time when audi had started a war...and BMW responded; later on, BMW started messing with mercedes; and again...a mercedes can also bring driving pleasure, BMW's next victim was Jaguar, then, turned back to audi...this time audi responded and Subaru too...and Bentley put and end to the game, Subaru parts accessories, BMW parts,used Bentley parts, Mercedes parts, used Mercedes, Audi parts Top Paid Instantly CPM Advertising Network

All The Amusing Stuff » Rude Hand Gestures of the World Rude Hand Gestures of the World by Romana Lefevre is a photographic guide to the many ways of using hand gestures to offend people in different parts of the world. The book’s photography is by Daniel Castro, and published by Chronicle Books of San Francisco. A hand gesture is arguably the most effective form of expression, whether you’re defaming a friend’s mother or telling a perfect stranger to get lost. Learn how to go beyond just flipping the bird with this illustrated guide to rude hand gestures all around the world, from asking for sex in the Middle East to calling someone crazy in Italy. Detailed photographs of hand models and subtle tips for proper usage make Rude Hand Gestures of the World the perfect companion for globe-trotters looking to offend. Also see: Illustrated Guide to Italian Hand Gestures Chin Flick Meaning: Get lost Used in: Belgium, France, Northern Italy, Tunisia Note: In Italy, this gesture simply means “No.” Idiota Meaning: Are you an idiot? Used in: Brazil Moutza Corna

A Well-Planned Retirement - And no one even knows his name. Outside England's Bristol Zoo there is a parking lot for 150 cars and 8 buses. For 25 years, its parking fees were managed by a very pleasant attendant. The fees were £1 for cars ($1.40), £5 for busses (about $7). Then, one day, after 25 solid years of never missing a day of work, he just didn't show up; so the Zoo Management called the City Council and asked it to send them another parking agent. The Council did some research and replied that the parking lot was the Zoo's own responsibility. The City Council responded that the lot attendant had never been on the City payroll. Meanwhile, sitting in his villa somewhere on the coast of Spain (or some such scenario), is a man who'd apparently had a ticket machine installed completely on his own; and then had simply begun to show up every day, commencing to collect and keep the parking fees, estimated at about $560 per day -- for 25 years. And no one even knows his name.

How I Learned the Truth about the State - Stefano R. Mugnaini I'll never forget my last visit to lovely Hinesville, Georgia. For it was there that I learned a valuable lesson, one I shall never forget: in a police state, we're all criminals. Think about it — how many laws have you broken today? This week? In Hinesville, I was accosted for "animal cruelty." The older of my two daughters had a rash, so we stopped at Walmart to get her some antihistamine cream. You see, we left the dogs in the car, with the windows down and a dish of water to drink. I was informed that I was being charged with criminal animal cruelty, subject to appear in court at a later date. The officer informed me that I was going to have to take the dogs to the vet to be checked out before we were allowed to continue on our way. I tried another tactic. "At what point," I asked, "was I in violation of the law?" He couldn't answer, but the heroic policeman — let's just call him "Vic Maldonado" — sprang into action. I was cuffed and escorted to the back of the squad car.

Do this to make your loved one smile 729; That’s Where It Is I went to lunch today at a new market-slash-sandwich place that just opened in my neighborhood. It was really good! The market (and neighborhood) is the type to offer fancy organic cold-pressed juice for eleven dollars and artisanal almond milk that comes in something that looks like baby food jars, so when I got this fork to eat my side salad with, at first I wasn’t sure if it was something exotic and fancy: I used the strange fork to eat my salad and was pleased to find that it worked really well! I went up and asked the guy behind the counter if all his forks were like this, and he laughed and assured me they were not. I went back to work with my head spinning. Had I been struck by the sort of coincidental circumstance that led to the invention of Post-Its, Kellogg’s Corn Flakes, and representative democracy?? I began to search the patent records. REVOLVING SPAGHETTI FORK, Patent US2602996 A, 1952 SERRATED FORK, Patent Application US20130152403 A1, 2011 Look at that thing.