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  1. Sagapo

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      i dont understand but 😘 🙂 😛 good muzic 

  2. PranKk.

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    Nice fake accounts drop! Dont vote from them pls - or your request will be reject!
  3. We already play with demo! ---------------------------------- Accepted!
  4. 1. Game: CS 1.62. Tag [@name]: @Crimson :x3. Time & Date: We decide4. Detalies[rounds, duration, explains about game, etc., if necesary]: 25 kills5. Do you need a referee?[click HERE to check the Overwatch team list]: -
  5. The mild epiphany came last year: I am probably the world’s worst small fleet manager. Apart from not quite knowing how many cars I had – 12, 13? – most of them had no MOT, no tax and few were runners. This is the challenge of having a deep-seated urge to own a car museum, a busy job and limited mechanical skills. Having this many cars might suggest that I’m loaded, but no – most of them are cheap cars, bought cheaply. There has been quite a lot of descending into the pit this year, with no fewer than seven of the 13 being submitted for MOT, several of them passing first time. The most troubled was the newest, in fact – a Y-registered BMW-era R50 Mini Cooper. There’s a club for these, the R50 on sale for only three months before the plate changed to the new-style 51, so by definition any Y-reg Mini will be early. Mine is the 155th, and it failed on brakes, several glowering warning lights and headlamp aim. I did the rear brake disc change, the local garage the rest. The ABS light was extinguished for a confirming test drive and the MOT before illuminating again. Damn. It’s back at the garage as I write this. There has been more success with the Triumph TR7, Austin Mini, Citroën AX GT, Chevrolet Corvair, Austin Metro and Leyland Princess – all winning a ticket and most in fine fettle. The Metro is now sold as part of a pruning quest to get (slightly) more sensible. Still, I have the choice of driving any of those MOT flaunters, plus the Abarth 124 Spider that I bought sooner than intended because I got a crazy 33% discount. I’ve put barely 2000 miles on it, and far, far less on any of the others. So why acquire so many when there isn’t enough time to drive them, let alone do the necessary maintenance to keep them alive? It’s an obvious question. And one I might just have been asked before. Partly, it’s the thrill of the chase. Part of it is nostalgia for my days at British Leyland, and a love for Italian cars. Part of it is the hoarding instinct and the no more than semi-suppressed desire for a museum. And part of it is about rescuing interesting (to me) orphan cars at risk of extinction. Which explains the 12,000-mile TR7, the ultra-rare Mk1 1750 SS Allegro, the 26,000-mile 1963 Mini Mk1, the 12,000-mile Metro and the low-mileage Leyland Princess. I mean, how often does a 16,000-mile Leyland Princess turn up? Hardly ever, which is why I felt compelled to buy it. True, it didn’t run when I bought it seven years ago, and it’s only running properly now, but this car is rarer than a Ferrari 328. With good reason, you might quip, but if you want a technically interesting piece of wedge-tastic 1970s memorabilia with a vinyl roof, it’s hard to top. The others? Some are reassembly projects to be enjoyed, a few more will be sold and, if I can manage it, the ones that now have MOTs I’ll keep that way. The tickets will fill up my box files.
  6. Garbine Muguruza has dropped out of the world's top 30 after struggling for form 2020 Australian Open Venue: Melbourne Park Dates: 20 January to 2 February Coverage: Listen on BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra and online; Live text on selected matches on the BBC Sport website and app. Second seed Karolina Pliskova and fifth seed Elina Svitolina both fell to straight-set defeats in the third round of the Australian Open. Czech Pliskova, who won the Brisbane International in the build-up to the tournament, lost 7-6 (7-4) 7-6 (7-3) to Russian Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova. Ukrainian Svitolina was thrashed 6-1 6-2 by resurgent two-time Grand Slam champion Garbine Muguruza of Spain. Muguruza needed just 68 minutes to blast past Svitolina. Former world number one Muguruza won the French Open in 2016 and Wimbledon a year later but has struggled for consistency since. Now ranked 32, she overpowered Svitolina, hitting 31 winners to just nine unforced errors to set up a meeting with Dutch ninth seed Kiki Bertens. Bertens reached the fourth round in Australia for the first time in her career with a 6-2 7-6 victory over Zarina Diyas of Kazakhstan. Where does Melbourne exit leave Williams' chase for another Grand Slam? Gauff shines before getting on with homework, Federer through and Williams exits on epic day five Live scores, schedule and results Alerts: Get tennis news sent to your phone There was another surprise as Swiss sixth seed Belinda Bencic was blown away by Estonia's Anett Kontaveit, losing 6-0 6-1 in only 49 minutes on Margaret Court Arena. Kontaveit, the 28th seed, won the first nine games as she dominated last year's US Open semi-finalist. She will now play 18-year-old Pole Iga Swiatek, who defeated 19th seed Donna Vekic of Croatia 7-5 6-3. Prior to Melbourne, the teenager had not been past the second-round stage at a Grand Slam. Pliskova's conqueror Pavlyuchenkova, a quarter-finalist last year, joked in her on-court interview: "I'm really happy, but will realise it later because I'm still focusing on the next point. "I did enjoy the match - to beat Karolina for the first time was amazing. "I won the Australian junior title twice; it makes me think I can win the senior crown." The Czech player blamed the defeat on the errors she made. "They were maybe not huge, but I did a lot," she said. "I think I was having quite a struggle with my serve, so the percentage was not there - not really many aces." Pavlyuchenkova will next play 2016 champion Angelique Kerber, who was made to fight by Camila Giorgi but managed to win 6-2 6-7 (4-7) 6-3. It was a battle between Giorgi's aggression and Kerber's defence with the Italian's 65 unforced errors key as the German 17th seed went through. There was no slip-up from Wimbledon champion Simona Halep, who produced an impressive display in her 6-1 6-4 win over Kazakhstan's Yulia Putintseva. The Romanian fourth seed broke all of her opponent's service games in the first set but was given a tougher workout in the second. Having exchanged breaks with Putintseva before breaking again for 4-3, she saved two break points in her next service game. Halep eventually wrapped up victory in the 10th game when the Kazakh's slice found the net. She will now face 16th seed Elise Mertens, who defeated American Catherine Bellis 6-1 6-7 (5-7) 6-0. "It was a great year winning Wimbledon, but here it's a different tennis," said Halep, who reached the final in 2018. "I'm ready - I was ready when I got here."
  7. Devoted football fans experience such intense levels of physical stress while watching their team they could be putting themselves at risk of a heart attack, research suggests. The Oxford study tested saliva from Brazilian fans during their historic loss to Germany at the 2014 World Cup. It found levels of the hormone cortisol rocketed during the 7-1 home defeat in the semi-final. This can be dangerous, increasing blood pressure and strain on the heart. The researchers found no difference in stress levels between men and women during the game, despite preconceptions men are more "bonded to their football teams". mpending doom "Fans who are strongly fused with their team - that is, have a strong sense of being 'one' with their team - experience the greatest physiological stress response when watching a match," said Dr Martha Newson, researcher at the Centre for the Study of Social Cohesion, at Oxford. "Fans who are more casual supporters also experience stress but not so extremely." Prolonged high levels of cortisol can: constrict blood vessels raise blood pressure damage an already weakened heart Raised cortisol can also give people a feeling of impending doom, that their life is in danger or they are under attack. Previous research has shown an increase in heart attacks among fans on important match days, whether supporting club or country. Harrowing match In their study, the University of Oxford researchers tracked cortisol levels in 40 fans' saliva before, during and after three World Cup matches. The most stressful by far was the semi-final. "It was a harrowing match - so many people stormed out sobbing," Dr Newson told BBC News. But the fans had used coping strategies such as humour and hugging to reduce their stress, bringing it down to pre-match levels by the final whistle. Dr Newson suggested stadiums should dim the lights and play calming music after crunch games. "Clubs may be able to offer heart screenings or other health measures to highly committed fans who are at the greatest risk of experiencing increased stress during the game," she added.
  8. At least 22 people have been killed and more than 1,000 injured in a powerful earthquake in eastern Turkey. The magnitude-6.8 quake, centred on the town of Sivrice in Elazig province, caused buildings to collapse and sent residents rushing into the street. Thirty-nine people have been pulled from the wreckage, with more than 20 feared to remain trapped, rescuers say. Earthquakes are common in Turkey - about 17,000 people died in a quake in the western city of Izmit in 1999. Friday's quake struck at about 20:55 local time (17:55 GMT). Tremors were also felt in neighbouring Syria, Lebanon and Iran. More than 200 aftershocks were recorded in the immediate aftermath. Turkey's Disaster and Emergency Management Authority (Afad) said more than 400 rescue teams were heading towards the region, along with beds and tents for those displaced. It warned people not to return to damaged buildings in case of aftershocks. Afad said that 18 people had died in Elazig province, while the official count in Malatya is four. The governor or Malatya, however, earlier said that six people had died there. History of deadly earthquakes TV pictures showed emergency services frantically searching for survivors. One woman was pulled from under the rubble about 13 hours after the quake, officials say. She was saved after calling her relatives from her mobile phone and telling them where she was trapped. But a 12-year-old boy rescued from the wreckage later died in hospital. "It was very scary - furniture fell on top of us. We rushed outside," AFP news agency quoted 47-year-old Melahat Can, who lives in the city of Elazig, as saying. The region struck by the quake, some 550km (340 miles) east of the capital Ankara, is remote and sparsely po[CENSORED]ted, so details of damage and fatalities could be slow to emerge.
  9. PranKk.

    [Accepted]Admin Request.

    Im agree for drop. Lets give him chance! Pro
  10. Next time, When someone wants battle with me, I will make direct video and i will upload it on youtube... You dont know how is play bulgarians players. If you see them, you will say its 100% they all is play with aim hack. They is best players on classic...

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