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  1. nevjeshta

    Belanje na Toyu

    Ksd se naviknes cak je bolji od starog, vise ne steka, jedino su jadnici koji kartaju za rejt sad turbo nervozni jer je pobjeda 1 bod i da nema krumpixova pa nije tak fora😇
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  3. Doskakutao jedan zeko, pa mi nesto lijepo reko. Danas srecu i veselje dijelim, pa vam sretan Uskrs zelim! Vrolijk Pasen!
    2 points
  4. masodo

    Welcome masodo

    Thank you! Glad to be here, seems like a site.
    2 points
  5. tko nije shvatio tesko to objasnit, neam tolko slova
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  6. Bosss

    Belanje na Toyu

    Daj mi pojasni ovaj izraz....
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  7. Bosss

    Brate ...

    • Brate, sinoć ja pitam neku ribu da plešemo, a ona mi je rekla: "Izvini, ne plešem sa djetetom"... • I, šta si joj rek'o? • Rek'o sam: "Izvini, nisam znao da si trudna!"
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  8. Name: Band Aid - Zlatni studio 2020. Category: Music Videos - Pop & Country Date Added: 2020-03-30 Submitter: Bosss Band Aid - Zlatni studio 2020.
    2 points
  9. Ronald

    Welcome Ronald

    Hey Bosss, thanks for the nice welcome.. My name is Ronald, and I own the forum called Ronaldsarcade.com
    2 points
  10. oak

    Ico's

    http://www.iconarchive.com/ Change the look of your desktop icons , 1,000's to pick . ( save as ico )
    2 points
  11. Ako netko ima stvarnu potrebu investirati u moju malenkost, prihvacam tek toliko da vas ne razocaram
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  12. oak

    The Crocktail

    The Crocktail Ingredients 10ml Lemon Juice 1 Orange 25ml Cherry Juice 50ml Maraschino cherry liqueur Method In a low ball glass with ice add the cherry liqueur, the cherry juice, the lemon juice and add a peel of an orange. The original recipe calls for Arancini - a candied orange peel from Dubrovnik, that gives this drink its unique taste. But knowing that that's quite hard to come by for most, try substituting normal orange peel. Stir all the ingredients to combine and chill, before garnishing with a bit more orange peel to serve. To be true to the original you should be looking for Zadar Maraschino liqueur, sour cherry juice and Arancini.
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  13. Skoro ko novi Playtoy
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  15. oak

    Meat Loaf

    One brilliant mixture of music Enjoy !!
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  17. drew

    thailand

    Guides & Tips Death Railway: History of the Bridge on The River Kwai A couple of hours from Bangkok in western Thailand, Kanchanaburi province holds a more sombre message than most Thai tourist destinations. While nowadays it boasts a thriving backpacker scene, Kanchanaburi town is steeped in the gruelling history of the Death Railway, and is home to the Bridge on the River Kwai. Thailand: never colonised, but certainly occupied It’s a frequently touched upon matter of pride for Thais, and the Thai state, that Thailand has never been fully colonised. Indeed, credit for this accomplishment is often given to King Chulalongkorn, who Thais are taught, brought a wave of modernisation to the country. This included measures such the abolition of slavery, the strengthening of freedom of religion, introduction of a postal service and the first railway, and the streamlining of central government and local administration across the country. All this, together with proactively seeking amicable ties with the West, is said to have sufficiently ‘westernised’ what was then Siam so as to deter the colonial powers from identifying a need to stake a claim on the nation, as they had with its southeast Asian neighbours. Yet, while Thailand may indeed never have been colonised, it has at various times been occupied by foreign powers, including by the Japanese during World War Two. Thailand’s part in World War Two For the duration of the Second World War, Thailand was still known as Siam and, until Japan invaded Siam in December 1941, the country had been officially neutral. The invasion meant Japanese troops could – with Siam’s cooperation rather than an entirely forced hand, it has to be said – pass through the country en route to invade Malaya (modern-day Malaysia and Singapore) and Burma (now Myanmar), both British colonies. Tourists walking across the Bridge on the River Kwai © Rev Stan / Flickr Kanchanaburi and the Bridge on the River Kwai Of all the remnants of war history in Thailand today, those in Kanchanaburi – less than a three-hour drive west of Bangkok – are probably the most well-known, significant and poignant. Subsequent to their invasion, with unfettered access to and the use of Siam’s infrastructure, Japan sought to create a transport route through Siam into Burma, which it also occupied between 1942 and 1944, in order to reduce its reliance on sea transport and facilitate onward moves into India. This took the form of the now infamous Death Railway, constructed by the Japanese using the forced labour of hundreds of thousands of civilians from southeast Asia and prisoners of war from the Allies’ forces. These soldiers – relocated from camps in Singapore and elsewhere – were principally from the UK and its colony in India, the Netherlands and its Dutch East Indies colony (today Indonesia), Australia, and the United States. A local Thai train passes over the Bridge on the River Kwai © Prowpatareeya Tan / Flickr The Death Railway earned its name from the sheer number of lives lost during its construction, including that of railway bridge number 277 in June 1943, allowing the track to cross what is today known as the Khwae Noi River, and which has become recognised worldwide as the Bridge on the River Kwai. Estimates vary but, of more than 60,000 prisoners of war enslaved on the Death Railway, almost 13,000 are believed to have died, in addition to as many as 90,000 southeast Asian civilian forced labourers. Even those who overcame the odds had to endure abysmal living and working conditions, including a humid, monsoon-plagued climate ripe for spreading diseases, food shortages, an absence of medical care, and the mammoth task of construction on unforgiveable terrain and with primitive equipment. That’s not to mention the incredible violence and torture inflicted by the Japanese and Korean soldiers supervising the construction. The Death Railway during and after WW2 At indescribable human cost, Japan’s Death Railway – in fact the most famous of a total of four that the Japanese used forced labour to build around this time – was completed in October 1943. For a time it was operational, although damage caused by British and American air raids rendered it unusable in June 1945. Following the railway’s completion, many of the prisoners of war who worked on it were taken to Japan. Others, including those retained to carry out maintenance work in even riskier conditions before and during the Allied bombings towards the end of the war, were transferred to nearby camps, although large numbers still perished even there. It wasn’t until the war’s end in 1945 that Allied forces liberated the Death Railway’s remaining prisoners. The railway itself was fully closed in 1947 and, along the Siam-Burma border, a section of track not already destroyed by bombing was ripped up in an effort to put the railway irreversibly beyond use. Remembering the past in modern-day Kanchanaburi The Bridge on the River Kwai escaped planned bombing, and remains in place in Kanchanaburi as a tourist attraction and functioning railway bridge over which trains pass daily. The majority of its smaller components are originals, while a few are post-war replacements. Although the Death Railway has never again reached the Myanmar border, a shorter stretch was reopened by Thailand’s railway authorities between 1949 and 1958, and trains on this modern-day line cross the infamous Bridge on the River Kwai. Tourists walking along a stretch of track on the Death Railway © makilica / Flickr That makes the Bridge on the River Kwai one of Kanchanaburi’s most popular war-related attractions – there are always crowds trudging across it and snapping photos – but it is actually something of a misnomer. When the bridge was built, the water beneath it was actually the Mae Klong River, although it did join the Khwae Noi River elsewhere. As the bridge became famous, it was referred to using a not only incorrect but also mispronounced name, soon becoming known as the River Kwai (which means ‘buffalo river’). To make life easier, the waterway was renamed the Khwae Yai, which at least comes closer to what tourists now know it as. Riding the Death Railway today Today, the surviving railway line reaches Nam Tok Sai Yok Noi station, one of the area’s other famous war-related attractions. It is around a two-kilometre (1.24-mile) walk from the pleasant Sai Yok Noi waterfalls, and as far west to the Myanmar border as it’s possible to get by rail. Trains from here trace their way back over the Bridge on the River Kwai (a station in its own right as Saphan Kwae Yai), before heading through the provincial capital’s Kanchanaburi station one stop southeast, all the way to the Death Railway’s original start point at Nong Pla Duk in neighbouring Ratchaburi. There, the track connects with Thailand’s main southern line from Bangkok, allowing trains to continue to the Thai capital’s old Thonburi station. Two daily third-class local trains run all the way from Thonburi, Bangkok to Nam Tok – a four-and-a-half-hour trip. Alternatively, take a weekend excursion train that runs from Bangkok’s main Hualamphong station. You can also simply hop on a train at Kanchanaburi or Saphan Kwae Yai (Bridge on the River Kwai) station for the especially picturesque final part of the journey up to Nam Tok. The train also passes along the Wang Pho viaduct, where views both from and of the train are particularly stunning and photo-worthy. Beyond the Bridge on the River Kwai: Hellfire Pass, cemeteries, and museums An even more significant war-related site, located off the train tracks today but originally part of the Death Railway’s construction, is Hellfire Pass. Since it involved cutting through sheer mountain face, this was – hence its name – among the most demanding parts for the forced labourers, and large numbers perished here. The site has been preserved as a memorial museum and walking trail, and it is a sobering but worthwhile destination – it also plays host to the annual ANZAC Day dawn memorial service. Hellfire Pass memorial museum and walking trail on the original construction site of the Death Railway © Ian Armstrong / Flickr In Kanchanaburi itself, the town centre’s Kanchanaburi (or Donrak) War Cemetery and, further afield, Chungkai War Cemetery – both spotlessly cared for by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission – are the places to pay respects to the fallen. Museums also offer the opportunity to learn more about the Death Railway, including the JEATH War Museum and the Thailand-Burma Railway Centre. One thing is for sure: even setting aside Kanchanaburi’s numerous other attractions and activities that have nothing to do with the Second World War, you won’t find yourself short of ways to explore and discover the important history of the Death Railway.
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  18. drew

    luck

    i hope all goes well on your site , boss .. slowly but surely
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  21. Name: Queen - I Want To Break Free (Official Video) Category: Music Videos - Pop & Country Date Added: 2021-01-31 Submitter: Lucinda123 Queen - I Want To Break Free (Official Video)
    1 point
  22. I won the challenge! We played 3 Peeks Solitaire challange and I came out on top with a score of 17 638! I beat out 2 other players. Please join the next challenge as I am looking for some better competition It feels GOOD!!
    1 point
  23. lozana

    Arcade Diskusije

    Ma znam da znas, ali eto moramo i mi babe sepati naprijed. 🧗‍♀️
    1 point
  24. Bosss

    Templete na Libru

    Na Libru imamo mislim dovoljan broj templeta za svaciji ukus ili oko. Dolje pri dnu sa lijeve strane imate odabir pa si odaberite onu koja vam najbolje odgovara. Default templeta je Titan (brza za igrice i ugodna za oci). Isprobajte i odaberite .
    1 point
  25. Koliko je poznato vecina web citaca (Firefox, Microsoft Edge, Opera...) ce prestati davati podrsku Adobe flash playeru, a time mnoge igrice koje su radjene u toj tehnici ce navodno prestati funkcionirati. Datum prestanka funkcioniranja je 31. 12. 2020. Vise o tome ima dolje na linku https://community.adobe.com/t5/flash-player/adobe-flash-availability-after-2020/td-p/10929047?page=1 Ukoliko do toga dodje - maknemo sve Flash igrice sa sitea i ostanu nam HTML5 igrice koje ne trebaju podrsku Flash playera. Navodno web citac koji ce zadrzati podrsku flash playera je Pale Moon - https://www.palemoon.org/ Nadam se da se nadje neko rjesenje do 31. 12. 2020.
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  26. Svim korisnicima i njihovim familijama kao i svim ljudima dobre volje cestitamo nadolazece blagdane uz puno dobrog zdravlja i svih zivotnih radosti! Sretan Bozic - Merry Christmas Sretna Nova Godina 2021 - Happy New Year 2021 God Jul och Gott Nytt År 2021!
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  27. Thank you 🙂 Best regards
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  28. lozana

    Felix Romuliana

    Tvrdjava u Zaječaru
    1 point
  29. Degustacija raznih vina i rakija.
    1 point
  30. belotica76

    Brate ...

    Zaposlio se Mujo kao taksist. Prvi radni dan parkira on taxi na stajalište i naiđe Haso te ga iznenađeno upita:
    1 point
  31. belotica76

    Brate ...

    hahaha....dobar
    1 point
  32. Bosss

    Brate ...

    Šetaju pustinjom Amerikanac, Francuz i Bosanac. Naiđu oni tako na neku odskočnu dasku pored koje piše: "Zaleti se - skoči - poželi mjesto!" Zaleti se Amerikanac i poželi: "New York!" i stvarno, pojavi se u New Yorku. Zaleti se Francuz i kaže: "Paris!" i evo njega u Parizu. Zaleti se Bosanac, spotakne se i kaže: "A u pičku materinu!"
    1 point
  33. Merry Christmas from DownUnder🦘🦘🎄
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  34. Name: BAJAGA I INSTRUKTORI Moji drugovi Category: Music Videos - Pop & Country Date Added: 2019-11-08 Submitter: Bosss 😀 BAJAGA I INSTRUKTORI Moji drugovi
    1 point
  35. oak

    Pearl Harbor

    Has a great sound track also xx
    1 point
  36. Some info to users - how to use Wishes possibility in Arcade. Just choose some game what you like and will make to Game of the Day (GOTD), Game of the Week (GOTW), Game of the Month (GOTM), Game of the Year (GOTY) or Team Challange, and click on Highscores for that game and you will see possibilities to choose wishes. Topics will be make automated. Will attach pictures for better explanation. regards Bosss
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  37. Sent and he liked it .
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  38. drew

    test

    all games i have played so far all work.
    1 point
  39. Bosss

    Bijelo Dugme

    Uvijek vjecni.
    1 point
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