Thursday, June 30, 2005

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online game - tune up

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online game - funky truck

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live 8 - where?


UK – Hyde Park, London
France – Palais de Versailles, Paris
Germany – Siegessäule, Berlin
Italy – Circus Maximus, Rome
USA –Museum of Art, Philadelphia
Canada –Park Place, Barrie
Japan –Makuhari Messe, Tokyo
South Africa –Mary Fitzgerald Square, Newtown, Johannesburg
The Russian Federation - Red Square, Moscow
Edinburgh - Edinburgh 50,000 - The Final Push
Live 8 Homepage
update :
the live8 concert ...tks wushang

Wednesday, June 29, 2005

Graveyard Gothic Garden

The World's Weirdest Plants. Grow plants that are just plain strange. Graveyard Garden™ includes the Moonflower (a favorite of witches), Sensitive Plant with leaves that move when touched, Dragon Tree with sharp-edged leaves and a blood red tinge, Black Dragon Coleus with black and red leaves, and Aloe with amazing healing powers.
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magny cours, nevers, france

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Michelin seven found guilty

The Seven Michelin teams have been found guilty on two of the five charges levied against them after the U.S GP debavle – but won’t receive any penalty until after September's Belgian GP. The seven – Williams, McLaren, Renault, Red Bull, Toyota, BAR and Sauber – were all found guilty of failing to ensure they had suitable tyres and wrongfully refusing to start the race at Wednesday's hearing in Paris.

Six of the seven Michelin teams found guilty of bringing Formula 1 into disrepute at Wednesday's FIA World Motor Sport Council hearing are to appeal against the verdict.
According to a joint statement, the six teams, which does not include Red Bull, claimed they were "very disappointed" in the WMSC's decision after the hearing in Paris.

Tuesday, June 28, 2005


Tyre supplier Michelin have offered to refund the 120,000 fans who bought tickets for the farcical United States Grand Prix at Indianapolis. Michelin prompted a seven-team pull-out by advising that their tyres were unfit to race, prompting an angry reaction from fans who saw just six cars contest the grand prix. But, a day before the seven teams face a disciplinary hearing for their part in the fiasco, Michelin have answered Max Mosley's call to refund the fans present at Indianapolis. Mosley, president of world governing body the FIA, believes a refund would be the first step to repairing some of the damage done to Formula One's image in the US. Michelin have gone further by offering to buy 20,000 tickets for next year's race and distribute them free of charge as a sign of goodwill. A statement read: "One week after the Indianapolis Grand Prix, Michelin wishes to make a sincere gesture of goodwill towards the people present at the grand prix, a group whose passion for F1 is encouraging in the development of this sport in the United States. "Michelin deeply regrets that the public was deprived of an exciting race and therefore wishes to be the first, among the different groups involved in the Indianapolis race, to make a strong gesture towards the spectators." ...via

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