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2019

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It’s A Given
That the word “pancake” to a man is the same as the word “Walk” to a dog!
Lykan HyperSport Seven is the lucky number to pick on this one,
since there was only seven Lykan HyperSports ever made in the entire world. The only automobile ever
made in Lebanon, this limited production sports car manufactured by W Motors, founded in 2012 in
Lebanon with the collaboration of Lebanese, and Italian engineers. It is the first bad ass automobile
to be designed and produced strictly in the Middle East.
For just $3.4 million, the HyperSport was the third most expensive production car at time of its production.
It’s the first car to have headlights with embedded jewels that contain titanium LED blades
with 420 diamonds (15cts) also allowing buyers to have a selection of rubies, diamonds, yellow
diamonds, and sapphires to be integrated into the vehicle’s headlights at purchase based on the color
choices. Not sure about you but if I was a bug, these would be the headlights I would like to be
stuck to. Twin turbo 3.7 flat 6 motor producing 780 HP and
708 foot pounds of torque at 4000 RPMs. Needless to say that’s some serious power with a
heavy price tag. Drive fast, take chances!! Ain’t No Mountain High
Enough Mount Everest is generally thought to be the tallest
mountain in the world when actually that’s not the case. The tallest mountain in the world is Mauna
Kea on the island of Hawaii. Everest stands 29,035 feet above sea level. Mauna Kea only stands 13,796
feet above seal level, but the mountain extends about 19,700 feet below the Pacific Ocean. Over half
of it is submerged (but still considered a mountain). That puts the total height of Mauna Kea at about
33,500 feet making it nearly a mile taller than Everest. Approximately a million years old, the mountain
is actually an inactive volcano. If you climb Mauna Kea, then you’ll have technically scaled the tallest
mountain on Earth, even know your starting point is already half way up. It’s considered to have some of
the most beautiful views of the sky and landscape on and off this planet.
(Please Climb Responsibly)

Hang Son Doong Over the past couple of years we’ve visited several
beautiful caves along the way, but the question came up about which cave is the largest? Well at
more than 200m high, 150m wide and 5km long, the Hang Son Doong cave in Vietnam is so big
it has its own river, jungle and climate. Its name, Hang Son Doong is variously translated from Vietnamese
as ‘cave of the mountain river’. Imagine a cave with it’s own jungle. When first entering the
cave one must walk through a heavy mist, caused by the cooler air inside meeting the hot air outside,
rises into the surrounding forest. Visitors must descend 80m down a steep wall with the use of
harnesses and ropes. The huge temperature difference also creates moving clouds of mist, especially
near the two carved windows, which gives the cave its magically surreal atmosphere. You could be several
km in and still have daylight shine through the openings of the walls which helps create and
prolong unimaginable types of life. Discovered in 1991 the cave has 2 separate entrances and the
river that runs through it is extremely dangerous due heavy current in certain areas brought on
by rain season. The cave has guided tours which allow you to tent up and spend the night for just a
small amount of 3 thousand dollars, give or take a limestone. So the next time your out in Vietnam,
take the time and visit the largest cave known to man so far.
(Please Hang Responsibly)
Adrian Purnell As the Legends Football League began to expand
its global reach, legendary player Purnell has joined the ambitious Australian division.
With Purnell having claimed awards such as LFL Defensive Player of the Year, she is an outstanding
talent that makes any team she plays with a competitor. Born in Tampa Florida, she stands in at 5’8
and 145 pounds and to be honest if I were ever to be tackled by anyone…well she’s the one for me!
Purnell would rank second in rushing and receiving yards, showing a solid offensive game which
features 12.7 yards per carry and 7.1 yards per catch.
For the LFL fans of Australia, Purnell is the American dream come true. A former Hooters girl who
also earned her university degree at the University of South Florida, she is a hardworking and dedicated
sporting hero who is a role model for young girls. Love her!!
TIVOO
2019 is here and the newest and coolest electronics are on the way. TIVOO is not only a blue tooth
speaker but comes with some real cool visual effects as well. It’s got that retro TV look with a ton
of optics that are programmable via App. The 360 degree 3D space compensation, the high power
explosion proof sound and on a series of acoustic algorithms, effectively makes the same volume of
the box to obtain the better hearing effect. 16*16 pixels and 256 full RGB self- programmable led
screen with some serious bass, enough to make everyone sound good in the shower. So for around
$80.00 “get involved”. Of course found on Amazon.

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