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  1. but u are g#y u will infect ur grade too 😛 

    congrats uglyyyyyyyyyyy ❤️ 

  2. naser big kahba + big terma

    small zebi 😛 


    1. Naser DZ

      Naser DZ

      lol man , who learn you this words 

    2. z0ne


      u still dont know that i am wery smart 😎 

      and i have big terma xDD

      bl3 3asba

  3. i hope u get coronavirus 

  4. I'm waiting you on TS

  5. naw , you gotta be kidding me ?! thank you for your replic & vote
  6. In February 1989 at the Chicago Auto Show, Mazda pulled the wraps off a lightweight, affordable sports car that would go on to be the biggest-selling two-seater convertible in history. The Mazda MX-5. Standing for Mazda Experiment and project number 5, the MX-5 went through seven years of heavily critiqued design, engineering and testing before being given the production green light. It eventually went on sale in the UK on 14 March 1990, priced at £14,249. That day was also when we published our full road test of the affable sports car. Powered by a 1.6-litre inline four cylinder engine putting out 114bhp at 6500rpm, enabling a 0-60mph dash in 9.1sec and topping out at 114mph, the MX-5 was never about searing pace, as Autocar wrote back in the day. “If you’re expecting a Mazda MX-5 to set you alight, you’re in for a disappointment. But as with everything the MX-5 does, it’s not the result but the participation that puts a smile on your face. “This is the two-seat roadster that car enthusiasts have been screaming for since the demise of the old Lotus Elan. It also has the two ingredients essential in any sports car powerplant: instant throttle response and an invigorating exhaust note.” The real ace up the MX-5's sleeve proved to be its five-speed manual gearbox. “Rising no more than a couple of inches from the transmission tunnel, the well-weighted gear lever snaps through its tiny throws with millimetric precision,” we mused. Allied to pin-sharp handling and spectacular balance to flaunt its 950kg kerb weight, it allowed the driver plenty of mid-corner adjustability. “The MX-5 is a total success. Mazda’s single-minded determination to provide fun has produced a car of the rarest quality. Above all else, it is its ability to involve the driver intimately in its every reaction and response that makes it a joy to drive. Few others, at any price, can offer so much.” In 1997, the second-generation MX-5 arrived, sans pop-up headlights of the original – due to safety regulations – and with an extra 115kg of mass due to its sleeker look. The 1.6-litre unit was joined by a new 140bhp 1.8-litre motor to counteract the extra bulk, enabling 0-62mph in 7.8sec and a top speed of 130mph. That model was a sales smash. Throughout its life, the second-generation received a facelift and more kit. The output of both the 1.6- and the 1.8-litre engines were boosted and buyers could enjoy a six-speed manual gearbox. It would go on to develop even more of a reputation for rust in its later years than the car it replaced, but a handful of special editions and the same dynamic handling as its forebear would ensure many still see regular use on UK roads.
  7. NEWS: European Professional Club Rugby (EPCR) announced that new dates for the postponed knockout stage matches in the 2019/20 Champions Cup and Challenge Cup have been officially agreed at a meeting of its board. Subject to government guidelines and with the health and welfare of players, club staff, match officials, supporters and the wider rugby community to the fore, it is now planned that the quarterfinals of both tournaments will be played on the weekend of September 18/19/20 with the semifinals scheduled for the weekend of September 25/26/27. Exact fixture dates, venues, kick-off times and TV coverage will be announced in the near future. The European season will conclude with the Challenge Cup final on Friday, October 16 followed by the Champions Cup final on Saturday, October 17. EPCR remains committed to staging the matches in Marseille. However, the situation is under review in light of public gathering and international travel restrictions which might be in place at the time of the finals. New EPCR dates: Quarterfinals: weekend of 18/19/20 September Semifinals: weekend of 25/26/27 September Challenge Cup final: Friday, 16 October Champions Cup final: Saturday, 17 October Start of 2020/21 season: weekend of 11/12/13 December
  8. Michael Joseph Jackson is regarded as one of the greatest entertainers in the history of music. Born on August 29, 1958, the American singer, songwriter, and dancer po[CENSORED]rized the moonwalk which became synonymous to him. Dubbed the "King of Pop", Jackson's contributions to music, dance, and style, influenced artists of various genres. Jackson enjoyed global presence with his trademark red zippered jacket and sequin gloves, which defied convention in fashion. Jackson is the recipient of 13 Grammy Awards including the Grammy Legend. He was also honoured with six Brit Awards, a Golden Globe Award, and holds 39 Guinness World Records to his name. On June 25, 2009, Jackson died from a cardiac arrest. On Jackson’s death anniversary, here’s looking at some top trend-setting moments of his life: Dangerously stylish The hat, the sleek tie and that perfectly tailored suit completed with curly locks. The sound of it strikes just one name in the head and that is MJ. The artist’s original aesthetic sensibilities made this style his and his own only. Like a glove While musicians and other celebrated artists in the past have been responsible for setting and starting trends, MJ’s was truly like no other. The King of Pop was given the name rightly so as he wore sparkly gloves with sheer panache. One could like or hate it, but never ignore that one bedazzled glove. Era of the eyeliner It won’t be wrong to say that Jackson had his own kingdom of not just music; he was truly a bonafide fashion icon. Jackson’s quintessential touch up of eyeliner set off a massive trend. Just how he got that edge to his style, had fans floored for his looks. Rock and roll out of traditional Be it skinny jeans, buckles, slick leather jacket, in-the-face bling or just matching fedora, Jackson’s life had never seen a moment off from the fashion department. Remember those signature embellished costumes he wore during stage shows or even in his videos?There was, there is and there will be no other, who can pull that off the way he did. Smooth criminal Jackson's flair for the unexpected was seen from his childhood when he had that identifying hairstyle. His sartorially wild choices, like his music, were groundbreaking and fearless. He streaked with bold combinations and his hair was always the kind to scream "look at me."
  9. A huge cloud of Saharan dust has darkened the skies over parts of the Caribbean. The dust has been moving from Africa over the Atlantic Ocean. On Sunday it reached Puerto Rico and has since covered Cuba and parts of Mexico. The Caribbean islands of Guadeloupe and Martinique are suffering their worst haze for at least a decade, and health officials in Cuba are warning it could increase respiratory problems. The dust cloud is also affecting parts of southern Florida, including the city of Miami. 'Unusually large area of dust' Analysis by BBC Weather presenter Simon King Dust and sandstorms are not uncommon in the desert regions of the world. Winds can whip the dust - up to 2,000 million tonnes every year - high up into our atmosphere and it gets transported many miles away from the source. The dust and sand provide a source of nutrients for ocean ecosystems but can also affect the weather and the health of humans with respiratory problems. Dust coming off the Sahara into the Atlantic is a common occurrence and is known as the Dry Air Saharan Layer. Later in the hurricane season it can inhibit the growth of tropical storms developing around Cape Verde and the mid-Atlantic. Over the last week however we've had an unusually large area of dust travelling right across the Atlantic affecting Central and North America. This is going to hang around over the weekend. Meanwhile another large area of dust has been seen on satellite images moving out of the Sahara and travelling across the Atlantic. Poor visibility and air quality is forecast to continue in parts of the Caribbean and Central America over the coming week. On Sunday, it was the Venezuelan capital, Caracas, which saw its hillside neighbourhoods shrouded in haze. Tourists in San Juan in Puerto Rico got more sand than they had bargained for on Monday.
  10. Wazzup y'all I want to propose something which you guys might like it . Well it is "suddenly bonus game" - what i mean by that is , there will appear a suddenly bonus game , unknown hour so what it will look like ! some images : so yeah the suddenly bonus game will appear every day to an lucky member , so the game will need to be something like in the image , like fighting a boss of the game , so if you win against him , you'll win some small prizes , there will be a limited time which gives the member good concetration . we can decorate & design the game . It helps us incerease our members/staff members activity , because the members/staff members will be motivated to stay online on the forum and wait for the game and hoping that they'll be ones that gonna play the game ! I see the proposal wery wery helpful , as i said we dont know when the game will start and to who , so the point is we will be more active by the game , we will also have fun by it by earning some small prizes . Hope you guys understand my point , please think about it dont hesitate to reply fast , it is wery helpful . It helps the community it also gaves motivation to us to me to you . Thank You for your attention With all due respect , z0ne
  11. Nickname: z0ne Age: 19 Link with your forum profile: https://csblackdevil.com/forums/profile/80514-z0ne/ How much time do you spend on our channel ts every day?: mostly +7h Where do you want to moderate? Check this topic: lvl 3 ScreenShot as you have over 30 hours on CSBD TS3 Server (type ''!info'' in CSBD Guard: https://imgur.com/a/DQ05CD2 Link with your last request to join in our Team: first one Last 5 topics that you made on our section:
  12. Major League Baseball is set to return in July after the league and players' association agreed to a shortened 60-game season. Officials say training will begin on 1 July, with players tested for coronavirus on arrival, and games are scheduled to start on 23 or 24 July. Talks have been ongoing about the league's resumption after the regular 162-game season was postponed in March. The players' association says "all remaining issues have been resolved". MLB commissioner Rob Manfred said: "Major League Baseball is thrilled to announce that the 2020 season is on the horizon." The league says the proposed schedule has been designed to mitigate travel with regular health checks in place for players, coaches and support staff.
  13. All sorts of classes have gone online during this pandemic. That includes dance lessons for the little ones too. Parents of children going to virtual classes know how chaotic it can get (be sure to move all the lamps and vases out of the way). But one school decided to ask the parents to get involved. The Patricia Veale School of Dance has been hosting video classes for students for months. But they invited dads, grandfathers and stepdads for a special session, to celebrate Father’s Day. Teacher Kelly Clarey hosted the class via Zoom and asked the families to video their living-room lessons. The clips show determined dads getting to grips with pirouettes and pliés – and quickly realise it’s much harder than their sons and daughters make it look. Some of the dads enjoyed it so much they joined for further video classes with the dance school in York. Kelly said: ‘I’ve been a dance teacher for over 30 years, and I had never had such a fun and relaxed class. ‘It was a great bonding opportunity for our students and their parents. ‘It has been one of the best teaching experiences ever.’ The school does classes for pre-school children up to grade five ballet, and also jazz, tap, and modern dance. That’s one way for dads to keep fit in lockdown.
  14. A plane crash that killed 97 people in Pakistan last month was a result of human error by the pilot and air traffic control, according to an initial report into the disaster. They failed to follow protocol, aviation minister Ghulam Sarwar Khan said, announcing the findings in parliament. He also said the pilots were distracted because of the coronavirus pandemic. The passenger plane came down on houses in Karachi on 22 May. Only two passengers survived. Mr Khan said there was nothing wrong with the aircraft, an Airbus A320, run by Pakistan International Airlines (PIA). "The pilot ignored the instructions of the air traffic controllers [ATC] and the ATC, on the other hand, did not inform the pilot about the engine colliding," Mr Khan added. 'All I could see was fire' - Pakistan plane survivor Air disasters timeline The passenger plane was en route from Lahore when it crashed into a residential area in Karachi, after trying to land at the city's Jinnah International Airport. Mr Khan said the pilot initially failed to deploy the landing gear correctly, which led to the aircraft scraping the runway before taking off again. Then, as it was about to make a second landing, air traffic controllers failed to inform the pilot that the engines had been left badly damaged, the minister reported. What happened on board? Purported audio of the conversation between air traffic control and a pilot for the second attempt was published shortly after the crash by Pakistani media outlets, in which the pilot is heard saying the plane has "lost engines". An air traffic controller asks whether it is going to carry out a "belly landing", to which the pilot replies "mayday, mayday, mayday" - the final communication from the plane. Muhammad Zubair, one of the two surviving passengers, said there were 10-15 minutes between the first attempt at landing and the crash. "No-one was aware that the plane was about to crash; they were flying the plane in a smooth manner," he said. He recalled how he lost consciousness during the sudden descent, then woke up to smoke and screaming. PIA said the plane had joined the fleet in 2014 and passed its annual airworthiness inspection last November. The crash came just days after Pakistan began allowing commercial flights to resume after coronavirus restrictions were eased. What is Pakistan's safety record like? Pakistan has a chequered aviation safety record, including a number of airliner crashes. In 2010, an aircraft operated by private airline Airblue crashed near Islamabad, killing all 152 people on board - the deadliest air disaster in Pakistani history. In 2012, a Boeing 737-200 operated by Pakistan's Bhoja Air crashed in bad weather on its approach to land in Rawalpindi, killing all 121 passengers and six crew. And in 2016, a Pakistan International Airlines plane burst into flames while travelling from northern Pakistan to Islamabad, killing 47 people.