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Off-Topic / AMD FX Processor Takes Guinness World Record!!!!!
« on: September 15, 2011, 01:30:04 pm »
<a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UKN4VMOenNM" target="_blank">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UKN4VMOenNM</a>



Holy shit!!  :o


More vids and pics here, here and here

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Off-Topic / Happy Birthday KariranY
« on: July 09, 2011, 12:28:39 pm »
Happy Birthday Karirany!


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Off-Topic / Happy Birthday [2F2F]DodgeR
« on: July 08, 2011, 10:25:19 am »
Happy 19th Birthday mate!  Have a great one!  :P




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Off-Topic / Steak and BJ Day
« on: March 14, 2011, 04:18:03 pm »
I was like WTF when a friend told me about this, but found out that it really exists and it was invented as a response to Valentine's Day!! Woo awesome holiday for all men  :P



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March 14th is now officially "Steak and Blowjob Day"
Steak and BJ Day was invented by Tom Birdsey, may he live forever, and may the gods eternally bless his fate. Men everywhere should build shrines and worship this man, who has been so kind as to bless us with a day devoted entirely to devouring massive hunks of cowflesh and having one's member gobbled. Truly, he is a saint among swine, and deserving of the highest accolades in the worlds beyond.

Seriously though, Steak and BJ Day was invented as a response to Valentine's Day, a day in which men get the 'privilege' of showing their affection for their significant other by spending ludicrous amounts of time, money, and effort in showering them in gifts, dinners, shows, and various other things to show them just how special they are to us.

Isn't it about time that there was a day just like that, but devoted to having the ladies show men just how much they appreciate them? Thanks to Steak and BJ Day, this dream has finally come true.

And look how easy it is! Since we're really only one of two things, the formula for showing us that appreciation is really very simple.

First: FOOD! Not any of that new-age healthy co-op market crap, either. Just give us a big hunk of cow. Preferably still bleeding. The napkin will be unnecessary, thanks, that's what the backs of our arms are for.

I think the second part does not require any further explanation from me.

Best thing is: It's a win-win situation! Just think, ladies, of just how hard your man will try to please you on February 14th just at the *thought* of the rewards he will be receiving on his special day. There's no way to lose, unless you have difficulty suppressing your gag reflex.
March 14th is, in short: Best. Holiday. EVAR!
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=321992251083
http://www.steakandbjday.com/
http://www.steakandablowjobday.com/


Happy holidays and 14th of March to all boys+men

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Bug Reports / IV bug [SA-MP Bug]
« on: January 04, 2011, 07:45:47 am »
Well when you are a passenger on a IV race and on countdown you press H for the rest of the race you cant fire with your weapon.

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Off-Topic / Bon Jovi & Youtube!
« on: November 11, 2010, 09:24:02 am »
Youtube and Bon Jovi moved on the next level with live streaming from their concert on HD definition.
They started broadcasting by yesterday from live concert in NY and they continue today (even right now).

http://www.youtube.com/bonjovi

Bon Jovi's profile viewer counter and comments counter were stucked from the massive entrance from millions of people all over the world..

Imagine youtube doing that on more concerts, it will be incredible and FREE 
Watching live your favourite singer-band live from your living room  :P

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Off-Topic / Breaking News – Michael Jackson
« on: November 08, 2010, 04:07:02 pm »
Woooo the new song of Michael Jackson is now available!! Enjoy

http://breakingnews.michaeljackson.com/ROW/

It's one of the songs from the new album named "Michael" which is going to be released around December.

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Suggestions / Ramming & Blocking Solution!
« on: October 31, 2010, 01:04:23 am »
Well there were, still are and there will continue to be more fights, arguments and flame wars about rams, lags and blocks.
But i think this "problem" can easily be solved!
How?
Using the racing system that RC Tiger and RC Bandit have, for all vehicles. That means that they will be kinda invisible.
This system will be really helpful in Normal mode and in One World mode! I think it is not needed in IV and SK modes.
Well i saw it on MTA so i guess it can be brought on SAMP too

<a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gOaXgafcQAg" target="_blank">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gOaXgafcQAg</a>

With this feature AdrenalineX racing will move to the next level!
No more rams, blocks and swears!

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Off-Topic / 2010 Formula One World Championship
« on: October 25, 2010, 01:07:45 am »
Five drivers can win the title and only two races left (Brazil 07/11/2010 & Abu Dhabi 14/11/2010)   
The current rankin after Korean grand prix is this:
1    Fernando Alonso     231
2    Mark Webber            220
3    Lewis Hamilton        210
4    Sebastian Vettel      206
5    Jenson Button*        189


*The most difficult senario is Button to win the championship because he must win on both races so he will reach 239 points and the other four must not gain a lot of points.

The point system
The top ten finishers in each Grand Prix score points towards both the drivers’ and the constructors’ world championships, according to the following scale:

1st : 25 points
2nd : 18 points
3rd : 15 points
4th : 12 points
5th : 10 points
6th : 8 points
7th : 6 points
8th : 4 points
9th : 2 points
10th : 1 point


And the ranking on teams championship is:
1   Red Bull Racing            426
2   McLaren                    399
3   Ferrari                      374

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Off-Topic / Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeed
« on: October 22, 2010, 05:30:34 am »

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Suggestions / Forum Shoutbox
« on: October 12, 2010, 11:13:17 am »
How about adding a shoutbox in forum since is available from SMF so players can contact faster admins or inform admins on forum about hackers if there are no admins ingame, plus its a nice way to chat! ;)

http://custom.simplemachines.org/mods/


What do you think?

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Off-Topic / READY, SET, GO!
« on: September 24, 2010, 07:13:12 am »
Ken Block is one of the co-founders of the popular brand "DC" Shoes but also he is a rallying and stunt-driving legend!
Here is the latest video 1 week ago with his new 650hp 2011 Ford Fiesta
Amazing video for all racing fans, enjoy ....
<a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4TshFWSsrn8" target="_blank">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4TshFWSsrn8</a>

Some of his old videos with his Subaru Impreza WRX STI 2006 and 2009

<a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qQ48NQjouoE" target="_blank">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qQ48NQjouoE</a>
<a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQ7R_buZPSo" target="_blank">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQ7R_buZPSo</a>
<a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rs-jAImScms" target="_blank">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rs-jAImScms</a>

<a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lFF2bkiHNVQ" target="_blank">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lFF2bkiHNVQ</a>

More videos of Ken Block you can find on his websites and on his channels
http://www.monsterworldrallyteam.com/
http://www.youtube.com/user/DCshoesFILM
http://www.youtube.com/user/KenBlockRacing

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Off-Topic / World Championship
« on: September 10, 2010, 12:31:14 pm »
We are now on the Semi-Finals and only four teams will fight for the World Champion title!
The Semi finals are :

USA vs Lithuania
Serbia vs Turkey

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Off-Topic / 2010 FIBA World Championship
« on: August 26, 2010, 01:32:55 pm »
In two days the mundobasket event begins in Turkey with the best national teams from all over the world..
Well basketball isn't as popular as the king of sports, football but its still cool to watch!

 Group A
Argentina                     
Serbia                     
Australia                     
Germany                     
Angola                     
Jordan

 Group B
USA                     
Slovenia                     
Brazil                     
Croatia                     
Iran                     
Tunisia

 Group C
Greece                     
Turkey                     
Puerto Rico                     
Russia                     
China                     
Côte d'Ivoire

 Group D
Spain                     
France                     
Canada                     
Lithuania                     
New Zealand                     
Lebanon




SATURDAY 28 AUGUST 2010
Preliminary Round
#  Group   Home    Away   Time   City, Arena   
   
1   C   Greece  -   China   16h00 (GMT+3)   Ankara, Ankara Arena    
                89 : 81

1   D   New Zealand   -   Lithuania   16h00 (GMT+3)   Izmir, Halkapınar Sport Hall
                79 : 92

1   A   Australia  -   Jordan   16h30 (GMT+3)   Kayseri, Kayseri Arena
                76 : 75

1   B   Tunisia  -   Slovenia   16h30 (GMT+3)   Istanbul, Abdi İpekçi Arena
                56 : 80

2   C   Russia   -   Puerto Rico   18h30 (GMT+3)   Ankara, Ankara Arena
                75 : 66

2   D   Canada  -    Lebanon   18h30 (GMT+3)   Izmir, Halkapınar Sport Hall
                71 : 81

2   A   Angola   -   Serbia   19h00 (GMT+3)   Kayseri, Kayseri Arena
                44 : 94

2   B   USA - Croatia   19h00 (GMT+3)   Istanbul, Abdi İpekçi Arena
               106 : 78

3   C   Cote d'Ivoire   -   Turkey   21h00 (GMT+3)   Ankara, Ankara Arena
                47 : 86

3   D   France   -   Spain   21h00 (GMT+3)   Izmir, Halkapınar Sport Hall
                72 : 66

3   A   Germany  -   Argentina   21h30 (GMT+3)   Kayseri, Kayseri Arena
                74 : 78

3   B   Iran  -  Brazil   21h30 (GMT+3)   Istanbul, Abdi İpekçi Arena
                65 : 81

SUNDAY 29 AUGUST 2010
Preliminary Round
#   Group   Home   Away   Time   City, Arena   

4   C   China  -  Cote d'Ivoire   16h00 (GMT+3)    Ankara, Ankara Arena
                83 : 73

4   D   Lithuania  -  Canada   16h00 (GMT+3)    Izmir, Halkapınar Sport Hall
                70 : 68

4   A   Jordan  -  Angola   16h30 (GMT+3)    Kayseri, Kayseri Arena
                65 : 79

4   B   Slovenia  -  USA   16h30 (GMT+3)    Istanbul, Abdi İpekçi Arena
                77 : 99

5   C   Puerto Rico  -  Greece   18h30 (GMT+3)    Ankara, Ankara Arena
                80 : 83

5   D   Lebanon  -  France   18h30 (GMT+3)    Izmir, Halkapınar Sport Hall
                59 : 86

5   A   Serbia  -  Germany   19h00 (GMT+3)    Kayseri, Kayseri Arena
                81 : 82

5   B   Croatia  -  Iran     19h00 (GMT+3)    Istanbul, Abdi İpekçi Arena
                75 : 54

6   C   Turkey  -  Russia       21h00 (GMT+3)    Ankara, Ankara Arena
                65 : 56

6   D   Spain  -  New Zealand   21h00 (GMT+3)    Izmir, Halkapınar Sport Hall
               101 : 84

6   A   Argentina  -  Australia   21h30 (GMT+3)    Kayseri, Kayseri Arena
                74 : 72

6   B   Brazil  -  Tunisia      21h30 (GMT+3)    Istanbul, Abdi İpekçi Arena
                80 : 65

MONDAY 30 AUGUST 2010
Preliminary Round
#   Group   Home   Away   Time   City, Arena   

7   A   Jordan  -  Serbia   16h30 (GMT+3)    Kayseri, Kayseri Arena
               69 : 112

7   B   Slovenia  -  Croatia   16h30 (GMT+3)    Istanbul, Abdi İpekçi Arena
                91 : 84

8   B   Tunisia  -  Iran   19h00 (GMT+3)    Istanbul, Abdi İpekçi Arena
                58 : 71

8   A   Australia  -  Germany   19h00 (GMT+3)    Kayseri, Kayseri Arena
                78 : 43

9   B   USA  -  Brazil   21h30 (GMT+3)    Istanbul, Abdi İpekçi Arena
                70 : 68

9   A   Angola  -  Argentina   21h30 (GMT+3)    Kayseri, Kayseri Arena
                70 : 91

TUESDAY 31 AUGUST 2010
Preliminary Round
#   Group   Home   Away   Time   City, Arena   

7   C   Russia  -  Cote d'Ivoire     16h00 (GMT+3)    Ankara, Ankara Arena
                72 : 66

7   D   New Zealand  -  Lebanon   16h00 (GMT+3)    Izmir, Halkapınar Sport Hall
               108 : 76

8   C   Puerto Rico  -  China   18h30 (GMT+3)    Ankara, Ankara Arena
                84 : 76

8   D   France  -  Canada   18h30 (GMT+3)    Izmir, Halkapınar Sport Hall
                68 : 63

9   C   Greece  -  Turkey      21h00 (GMT+3)    Ankara, Ankara Arena
                65 : 76

9   D   Spain  -  Lithuania      21h00 (GMT+3)    Izmir, Halkapınar Sport Hall
                73 : 76

WEDNESDAY 1 SEPTEMBER 2010
Preliminary Round
#   Group   Home   Away   Time   City, Arena   

10   C   China    -   Russia   16h00 (GMT+3)    Ankara, Ankara Arena
                80 : 89

10   D   Canada   -   New Zealand   16h00 (GMT+3)    Izmir, Halkapınar Sport Hall
                61 : 71

10   A   Serbia   -   Australia   16h30 (GMT+3)    Kayseri, Kayseri Arena
                94 : 79

10   B   Croatia   -   Tunisia   16h30 (GMT+3)    Istanbul,    Abdi İpekçi Arena
                84 : 64

11   C   Cote d'Ivoire   -   Greece   18h30 (GMT+3)    Ankara, Ankara Arena
                60 : 97

11   D   Lebanon  -   Spain      18h30 (GMT+3)    Izmir, Halkapınar Sport Hall
                57 : 91

11   A   Germany  -    Angola   19h00 (GMT+3)    Kayseri, Kayseri Arena
                88 : 92

11   B   Iran   -  USA   19h00 (GMT+3)    Istanbul, Abdi İpekçi Arena
                51 : 88

12   C   Turkey  -   Puerto Rico   21h00 (GMT+3)    Ankara, Ankara Arena
                79 : 77

12   D   Lithuania  -    France   21h00 (GMT+3)    Izmir, Halkapınar Sport Hall
                69 : 55

12   A   Argentina  -   Jordan   21h30 (GMT+3)    Kayseri, Kayseri Arena
                88 : 79

12   B   Brazil    -   Slovenia   21h30 (GMT+3)    Istanbul, Abdi İpekçi Arena
                77 : 80

THURSDAY 2 SEPTEMBER 2010
Preliminary Round
#   Group   Home   Away   Time   City, Arena

13   C   Puerto Rico    -  Cote d'Ivoire     16h00 (GMT+3)    Ankara, Ankara Arena
                79 : 88

13   D   Spain    -  Canada        16h00 (GMT+3)    Izmir, Halkapınar Sport Hall
                89 : 67

13   A   Angola   -   Australia   16h30 (GMT+3)    Kayseri, Kayseri Arena
                55 : 76

13   B   USA    -    Tunisia   16h30 (GMT+3)    Istanbul, Abdi İpekçi Arena
                92 : 57

14   C   Greece   -   Russia   18h30 (GMT+3)    Ankara, Ankara Arena
                69 : 73

14   D   Lebanon  -   Lithuania   18h30 (GMT+3)    Izmir, Halkapınar Sport Hall
                66 : 84

14   A   Argentina -   Serbia   19h00 (GMT+3)    Kayseri, Kayseri Arena
                82 : 84

14   B   Slovenia  -   Iran   19h00 (GMT+3)    Istanbul, Abdi İpekçi Arena
                65 : 60

15   C   Turkey  -  China     21h00 (GMT+3)    Ankara, Ankara Arena
                87 : 40

15   D   New Zealand  -  France      21h00 (GMT+3)    Izmir, Halkapınar Sport Hall
                82 : 70

15   A   Jordan  -  Germany   21h30 (GMT+3)    Kayseri, Kayseri Arena
                73 : 91

15   B   Brazil  -  Croatia    21h30 (GMT+3)    Istanbul, Abdi İpekçi Arena
                92 : 74

SATURDAY 4 SEPTEMBER 2010
Eight-Finals
#   Group   Home   Away   Time   City, Arena

A   61   Serbia  -  Croatia   18h00 (GMT+3)    Istanbul, Sinan Erdem Dome
                73 : 72

A   62   Spain  -  Greece   21h00 (GMT+3)    Istanbul, Sinan Erdem Dome
                80 : 72

SUNDAY 5 SEPTEMBER 2010
Eight-Finals
#   Group   Home   Away   Time   City, Arena

A   64   Slovenia  -  Australia   18h00 (GMT+3)    Istanbul, Sinan Erdem Dome
                87 : 58

A   63   Turkey  -  France     21h00 (GMT+3)    Istanbul, Sinan Erdem Dome
                95 : 77

MONDAY 6 SEPTEMBER 2010
Eight-Finals
#   Group   Home   Away   Time   City, Arena

A   65   USA  -  Angola      18h00 (GMT+3)    Istanbul, Sinan Erdem Dome
               121 : 66

A   66   Russia  -  New Zealand      21h00 (GMT+3)    Istanbul, Sinan Erdem Dome
                78 : 56

TUESAY 7 SEPTEMBER 2010
Eight-Finals
#   Group   Home   Away   Time   City, Arena

A   67   Lithuania  -  China   18h00 (GMT+3)    Istanbul, Sinan Erdem Dome
                78 : 67

A   68   Argentina  -  Brazil   21h00 (GMT+3)    Istanbul, Sinan Erdem Dome
                93 : 89

WEDNESDAY 8 SEPTEMBER 2010
Quarter Finals
#   Group   Home   Away   Time   City, Arena

A   69   Serbia  -  Spain       18h00 (GMT+3)   Istanbul, Sinan Erdem Dome
                92 : 89

A   70   Turkey  -  Slovenia   21h00 (GMT+3)     Istanbul, Sinan Erdem Dome
                95 : 68

THURSDAY 9 SEPTEMBER 2010
Quarter Finals
#   Group   Home   Away   Time   City, Arena

A   71   USA  -  Russia   18h00 (GMT+3)   Istanbul, Sinan Erdem Dome
                89 : 79

A   72   Lithuania  -  Argentina       21h00 (GMT+3)   Istanbul, Sinan Erdem Dome
               104 : 85

FRIDAY 10 SEPTEMBER 2010
Classification (5-8)
#   Group   Home   Away   Time   City, Arena

A   73   Spain  -  Slovenia    18h00 (GMT+3)   Istanbul, Sinan Erdem Dome
                97 : 80

A   74   Russia  -  Argentina   21h00 (GMT+3)   Istanbul, Sinan Erdem Dome
                61 : 73

SATURDAY 11 SEPTEMBER 2010
Classification (5-8)
#   Group   Home   Away   Time   City, Arena

A   75   Slovenia  -  Russia     15h00 (GMT+3)   Istanbul, Sinan Erdem Dome
                78 : 83

Semi-Finals
#   Group   Home   Away   Time   City, Arena

A   76   Serbia  -  Turkey       19h00 (GMT+3)   Istanbul, Sinan Erdem Dome
                82 : 83

A   77   USA  -  Lithuania      21h30 (GMT+3)   Istanbul, Sinan Erdem Dome
                89 : 74

SUNDAY 12 SEPTEMBER 2010
Classification (5-8)
#   Group   Home   Away   Time   City, Arena

A   78   Spain  -   Argentina   15h00 (GMT+3)   Istanbul, Sinan Erdem Dome
                81 : 86

3rd Place
#   Group   Home   Away   Time   City, Arena

A   79   Serbia  -  Lithuania   19h00 (GMT+3)   Istanbul, Sinan Erdem Dome
                88 : 99

Final
#   Group   Home   Away   Time   City, Arena

A   80   Turkey  -  USA   21h30 (GMT+3)   Istanbul, Sinan Erdem Dome
                64 : 81

USA IS THE NEW WORLD CHAMPION


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Off-Topic / [Quiz] How Many Germs Live On Your Keyboard?
« on: June 11, 2010, 01:53:41 pm »
Try it out!!
http://www.justsayhi.com/bb/keyboard


Here are mine results!
There are about 1,123,500 germs on your keyboard right now!
That's equivalent to the number of germs on 225 toilet seats.

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