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  1. How I deal with moody bitches. http://youtu.be/d1Cpc8Vw-2A
  2. Rota wheels a problem?

    Lowe wrote: got any proof that rota use impure poor quialty second hand metal or is that just hearsay? i just couldnt see them passing all the stringent testing they go through if that were true and i would think that the car manafacturers that they supply some of their wheels to would accept that risk either Got proof? I have proof based on probability 1. China/Taiwan are the highest importers of used metals 2. The mixed of opinions is a correlation that either a. Rota have poor standards of casting that each wheel varies in strenght or b. used metals are used 3. Rota have never publicly stated manufacturing and materials used during the casting process 4. They are selling copied rims so this alone showns an element of unlawfull dishonest. 5. Rims have cracked, deny reality all you like its your funeral. As for your "i just couldnt see them passing all the stringent testing they go through if that were true and i would think that the car manafacturers that they supply some of their wheels to would accept that risk either" I heard that they do make OEM wheels for toyota but we have no way of telling if they use the same standards, but I am not aware of any "stringent testing" It's kinda of funny reading everyones cognitive dissonance who have forked out $$$ on fakies.
  3. Rota wheels a problem?

    What many fail to understand here is what is used for casting. Rota uses used metals, the problem with used metals is that many types of metals are melted to be casted, metals with different properties from one another, therefore it is impossible to measure the strengh of the cast, so some wheels may be just right, some over engineered and others under engineered. So really it's a gamble, a risk I much rather not take when there are so many better quality second hand rims out there.
  4. Things that make you laugh

    Every prime minister and presidents head on a stick.
  5. 30 and still with the v car ohyeah.
  6. I am still waiting a reply, but as usual my muslim friends chicken out. It's a cult after all.
  7. Lol dude, we believe Jesus was a prophet of God, same with moses, noah, Abraham, issac and David etc (most of them having different names in the Quran). We believe all these prophets came to THEIR people with a message: worship one God and stay away from doing wrong. We believe Mohammed was the final messanger that came for all humanity that was to come after him. and he left the Quran, which was revealed to him by God through angel Gabriel aka Holy spirit for the christian brothers out here lol. this text was brought down to correct the previous torah and bible. we believe in both torah and the bible however its no longer the literate word of god as mankind has changed it, translated it etc. Quran has never been changed to this day. Also i find it weird the word Allah being used as "our God". its literate translation in arabic means "One God". even christians use the word Allah. so if u believe in one ultimate mighty God in some way, Muslims would agree you both beleive in the same God. Maybe whats needed is for Atheists to get organised and start recruiting the way the major religions do. The world will be better for it. 1. Lol man the first time i found out about Taqqiya was from that very clip and many anti-islamic website four years ago. Ive never heard the word spread at Mosques or throughout my family from my upbringing. Its taken out of context like many things... still not sure if u can trust us? come to the Islamic events held around melbourne (if ur in melb?) see first hand what where about... 2. yes i was muslim from family...18-20years old, partying and breaking rules was more fun so i wasn't really practicing. eventually i realised one day im gonna die and it could be tomorrow, looked into the purpose of life, wasnt getting happy with what i was doing, chasing money, materialistic things etc. researched the true meaning of Islam and started practicing and noticed the more positive in me. I dont call it a "religion" worshipping God all day, its a way of life. giving me boundaries and keeping me content with my life. also, Ive been involved in peaceful rallies last year raising awareness for Egypt in melbourne. These things get organised by local islamic communities. our one got permission from melb city council, the organisation held full responsibility and had it planned, the leader of that organisation had ultimate responsibility at the end of the day and ensured things wouldnt get out of hand. The islamic community has done it right in the past... last weekend was obviously a cronulla riot style get together with no responsible person behind it. also, if you paid attention to the banners and flags, many of the crazies were from radical wahabi / crazy shia groups.. Some people here can see through all your bullshit. Tell me, who sets the standards for Islam?
  8. Which Muslim domination are you Wrexy?
  9. Its not just the abuse, I think the abuse is minor, my concern is the downturn of the economy that gives us citizens a hard time of finding work even harder. It's like that south park episode were people from the future come to the present -they took our jeerb
  10. Look at the bright side, at least you didn't get your s15 stolen from a gang of white trash from burwood.
  11. WTAC 2012 - Live Timing & Chat

    What do I tells ya f**king Nostradamus lol
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