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  1. You don't even take a moment to read the rules and apply them , i took 30 seconds and already hide 2 of your topics. Contra.
  2. Model : Your Nickname : Age: Languages That You Can Speak: Your Location: Experience As Admin : Can You Stay Spectator Or Playing Between These Hours (12:00PM to 3:00AM ) : Link Of Hours You Played On Server ( Click Here You Must Write Your Nickname) : Reason That You Want To Be Admin: Can You Be Active In ThunderZM Teamspeak Channel : Can You Boost The Server Sometimes ? : Key Word ( Password ) Found In The Rules Topic : Rules : Minimum 20 Hours On Our Server You Must Have A Good Reputation Among Players & Admins. You Must Be Active At Least 4 Hours Daily. You Must Speak And Understand English ! The Title Must Be : Request Admin [Your Nickname] You Are Allowed To Make One Request Each Week You Must Be Active On Our Teamspeak Channel
  3. En : Hello everyone and welcome to ThunderZM First Competition ! We would like to thank everyone of you old or new players / staff members to be with us and form this amazing familly , as an appreciation & thanks to you we come with a new competition and with it comes wonderfull rewards ! On this competition skill is required as it will be the top 3 members of the server to receive the following prizes : TOP 1 : V.I.P For 1 Month TOP 2 : V.I.P For 2 Weeks TOP 3 : V.I.P For 1 Week Notes : You are not allowed to team up with another player or both will be disqualified . You must follow the rules of our server or you will be disqualified . Admins are allowed to play for rank in the competition period however this doesn't mean you will leave your responsability as an administrator . The Competitions Starts From Tomorrow : 21June & Ends On 31 July. Good Luck to everyone ! ThunderZM Administration . Ro : Salutare tuturor și bun venit la ThunderZM First Competition! Am dori să vă mulțumim tuturor jucătorilor/membrilor staff-ului vechi sau noi pentru a fi alături de noi și a forma această familie uimitoare, ca apreciere și mulțumită vouă, venim cu o nouă competiție și cu ea vin și recompense minunate! La această competiție este necesară abilitățile, deoarece primii 3 membri ai serverului vor primi următoarele premii: TOP 1: V.I.P Timp de 1 lună TOP 2: V.I.P timp de 2 săptămâni TOP 3: V.I.P timp de 1 săptămână Note: Nu aveți voie să faceți echipă cu un alt jucător sau ambii vor fi descalificați. Trebuie să urmați regulile serverului nostru sau veți fi descalificat. Administratorii au voie să joace pentru rang în perioada competiției, totuși asta nu înseamnă că îți vei părăsi responsabilitatea ca administrator. Competițiile încep de mâine: 21 iunie și se termină pe 31 iulie. Mult succes tuturor! Administrare ThunderZM.
  4. Model : Nickname : Link Of Profile : Rank : Reason : Date : Nickname : JouSe ! Link Of Profile : @Baghdadi Rank : Co-Owner Reason : Experienced Manger , Test For 7 Days ! Date : 25 June 2022
  5. Respect The Model + Wrong Section. T/C
  6. Hello Everyone , Our Voting Topics & Server Is Updated , Your Votes Help Us Alot . First Link Second Link After Each Vote Comment Down Below With "Done" , "Voted" Every Vote Is Appreciated ! Thank you .
  7. Welcome To ThunderZM , Enjoy !
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  9. A sex worker who has addiction and money problems finds her life spiralling into a dark abyss and must find a way out.
  10. This top-of-the-range version of the Volkswagen Taigo crossover coupé betrays a lot about the positioning of one of Wolfsburg’s newer model introductions. While the Ford Puma might sell on its sporty driving dynamics and the Vauxhall Mokka on its chiselled looks, the Taigo takes a more balanced approach at conjuring that extra dose of relative desirability that a car like this needs in order to stand out – and I'm not sure that it really manages it. Like a lot of Volkswagens, this one doesn’t really catch your eye, but it has quite a full set of strengths underneath the rather understated styling. While it has a sloping roofline, the Taigo is hardly rakish or bold looking. It counters with more cabin and boot space than some pint-sized SUV imitators; with a smartly presented cabin; with a slightly broader range of engines than rivals; and with plenty of equipment, on-board technology and electronic active safety and convenience features for what’s still a fairly compact and affordable car. And so, if you like, you can have a Taigo with a 148bhp 1.5-litre TSI petrol engine (which is a chunk more power than some rivals offer) and a two-pedal DSG automatic gearbox, as we’ve got it here. There’s R-Line trim, too (with its sportier-looking bumpers and seats, and boosted interior specification), although if you’d sooner forgo the sportier touches, there’s a Style trim at an equivalent level in the range, which can be had with the same engine. On either, you get active LED matrix headlights as standard, as well as semi-autonomous parking via Park Assist, and a suite of active safety systems complete enough to beat some cars a couple of vehicle segments higher up the market. You can also add Volkswagen’s ‘SAE Level Two’ semi-autonomous Travel Assist option, via which this car will mostly drive itself along the motorway, through heavy congestion, across lane changes, and monitor and adjust its own speed according to posted limits. And that’s a pretty long list of gadgetry for a pumped-up supermini. In range-topping form, the Taigo is a very grown-up compact car with a rounded character, and plenty of practicality. There’s a dose of SUV-typical ruggedness in its styling, but not so much as to attract your attention. The car has a more gently sloping roofline at the rear than crossovers typically do, but not so much as to compromise second-row head room. The interior styling is smart and quite digitally sophisticated, but not overly colourful or extroverted. Some might say the Taigo lacks a bit of personality, or any one particular selling point; that its identity is a little wishy-washy, perhaps, and it doesn’t offer much beyond the remit of a fairly average compact modern hatchback. To others, though, the slightly raised seating position and enlarged boot that it brings no doubt will be valued. Although the car’s driving position is slightly raised, this doesn’t look from the kerb particularly like a car with much ground clearance, and it has a fairly normal entry routine. The cabin’s one of both slightly above-average cabin quality and a fairly generous equipment level if you go for R-Line trim. There are plenty of soft-touch cabin mouldings, and you get a 10.3in Digital Cockpit Pro digital instrument screen as standard, a digital touchscreen infotainment system and two-zone climate control. The car’s front seats don’t accommodate bigger, taller drivers as well as most bigger SUVs would, but there’s room in the back for smaller adults and older kids as well as younger ones (more than you might say of some cars in the smallest crossover hatchback set) since the car’s wheelbase is longer than that of either a Polo or a T-Cross supermini. Boot space is surprisingly generous thanks to a double-height floor. Drop the board to its lowest setting and you’ll find 440 litres of room, which is 20% more than the Golf hatchback currently offers, and just about enough for a busy family weekend away (as this tester found out). The range-topping Taigo’s 1.5-litre TSI engine doesn’t offer 48V mild hybridisation, and so it doesn’t raise any eyebrows on efficiency. Neither does it give the car a performance level or motive flavour that’s particularly worth savouring. If you like a more assured amount of torque and response than some smaller cars with smaller engines provide, though, you should find it more than adequate. The engine pulls through higher intermediate gears pretty easily, moves the Taigo’s bulk along similarly easily, and allows you to move with the traffic in relaxed, unstressed and broadly refined fashion. The standard-fit dual-clutch automatic gearbox slips between ratios very smoothly under light loads, although it’s a bit slow and more clunky-feeling under heavier ones and with manually cued shifts, and isn’t always as quick to kick down as some drivers might like. Under harder driving, the car’s four-cylinder engine becomes a little strained and booming at high revs. It’s not an engine to take pleasure in extending beyond about 4000rpm, and nor is it very keen-revving beyond that point - although, when called on to really buckle down, it performs well enough. So, if there’s a dividend to spending top money on a Taigo, it’s more likely to be delivered with the car’s everyday ease of use and a certain sense of bigger-car drivability. Real-world economy isn’t bad, ranging between miles to the gallon in the high 30s around town up to just below 50 on a longer run. The car has medium-light controls, handles predictably, rides comfortably and is typically moderate-feeling on the road, declining to impose much character on what it’s doing, but always remaining assured and easy to control. If mid-range Volkswagens had a dynamic persona, that would be it. The Taigo doesn’t lope along like a bigger SUV, and isn’t interested in entertaining or involving like a Ford Puma might. But it’s consistent in everything it does; is easy to place and guide; is comfortable with it; and can handle a fairly heavy load without heaving around at speed. This is one of those cars that could so easily have been classified in any one of several market segments if had been launched 10 or even 20 years earlier. Think of it as a fresh alternative to a normal Golf-sized family hatchback if you prefer, or even a B-segment MPV like a Citroën C3 Picasso. It’s fairly spacious for something of its size, and smart-looking; quite well furnished and equipped, too; it’s pleasant, if a bit forgettable, to drive; and it’s modern, of course. If that sounds like the kind of small family car you’d be happy to spend £30,000 on, VW will be happy to take your money, but mine would probably go on a version a little simpler and cheaper.
  11. England winger Jonny May has tested positive for Covid-19 in Australia and will undertake seven days in isolation, putting his availability for the opening Test in question. England reported that no other player had returned positive tests, with May becoming symptomatic upon arriving in Perth. The necessity for May to spend seven days in self-isolation is required by local regulations in Australia, and places his involvement in the opening Test in Perth on Saturday week, live on Sky Sports, in major doubt. May underwent knee surgery in January and, having made his comeback as a replacement against Saracens earlier this month, he started last Sunday's heavy defeat against the Barbarians. Already short of match fitness and facing a week in his hotel room, England's second most prolific try scorer behind Rory Underwood will have little opportunity to prove he is ready to face the Wallabies. "We're not going to rule Jonny May out at this stage. We'll just see how he is," head coach Eddie Jones said on Friday. "Potentially he'll be available next Thursday to train, so we'll have a look to see what he's like because he's experienced and he's showed in his first game back against the Barbarians that he's lacking game time and that he's got his best rugby ahead of him "We'll just monitor his situation and make an assessment closer to the day when he gets out."
  12. Ukraine said Russian forces had "fully occupied" a town south of the strategically important city of Lysychansk in the eastern Luhansk region as of Friday, and Moscow claimed it had encircled about 2,000 Ukrainian troops in the area. The loss of Hirske and several other settlements around it leaves Lysychansk, the last major Ukrainian-controlled city in Luhansk, in danger of being enveloped from three sides by advancing Russian forces. "Unfortunately, as of today... the entire Hirske district is occupied," Hirske's municipal head Oleksiy Babchenko said in a television broadcast. "There are some insignificant, local battles going on at the outskirts, but the enemy has entered." "There is a red flag flying over the municipal administration (in Hirske)," a spokesperson for the regional administration told Reuters by telephone. Russia's defence ministry said on Friday it had encircled up to 2,000 Ukrainian troops, including 80 foreign fighters, at Hirske. Reuters could not independently verify the report. The spokesperson for the regional administration declined to comment on the assertion. In its daily briefing on Friday, Russia's defence ministry said its forces had "completely isolated" a group of Ukrainian units near Hirske and Zolote. It said it had encircled four Ukrainian battalions, an artillery group and a "detachment of foreign mercenaries." Half of Zolote is under Russian control, it said, adding that it was launching "uninterrupted attacks" around encircled Ukrainian forces at Hirske. Ukraine said on Friday its troops were withdrawing from Lysychansk's sister city Sievierodonetsk, the scene of weeks of intense bombardments and street fighting, in what would be a significant setback in its struggle to defeat Russian forces. "Our forces had to withdraw and conduct a tactical retreat because there was essentially nothing left there to defend. There was no city left there and, secondly, we could not allow them to be encircled," said Oleksander Musiyenko, a Kyiv-based military analyst.
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  14. Google has released Chrome 103, where it's attempting to solve the syncing issues that users have had with Google's devices for years, starting with Phone Hub. In this new update(opens in new tab), the feature is getting a boost in how any photos taken on your Android device will show up on your other Google devices, such as Chromebooks and tablets, as long as you're signed in to the same account. There's also, finally, a better way to share Wi-Fi passwords thanks to Nearby Share. Once you're connected to a network, you can share this with another Chromebook or smartphone like the Pixel 6 for example, enabling them to connect to the network in an instant. It's good to finally see these quality of life features arrive from Google, considering Apple has had them for years. However, while the company states that this is only the beginning of what it wants to do for syncing devices, this should have happened much sooner. We're in an age where many users own more than one smart device, and a lot of these run on Google's software. Considering it's been difficult to share content between devices for years, it's baffling that the company hasn't acted on improvements to this sooner. Apple's iCloud service has enabled tabs and Wi-Fi passwords to be shared between users since 2015, for example, while pairing your AirPods to an iPhone has been around since 2017, while Google didn't introduce a similar feature until 2021. It's time for the company to get its act together on this, and it's reassuring that it seems to be doing so. However, time will tell just how fast these changes will land on Android 13, Chrome OS and more.
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