Rich people spend a lot of money for cars, boats and airplanes. But those vehicles are ordinary or not?
Of course rich people love luxury stuff and luxury arenâ€™t ordinary.
If we can not afford luxury stuff we still can dream about it or admire it in the photos.
Letâ€™s start with limousines and we will continue with boats and a private airplane.
It is Christmas limousine?
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When I saw the hail scene in The Day After Tomorrow movie I think that is just scenarist imagination and this kind metrological events can not happened in real life. Recently I saw photos with last hail in Minnesota and I change my mind. Maybe the end of the world is near 🙁
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Marco Morosini has chosen to become an animal designer, creating four-legged gods: tailor-made habitats created in the likeness of those of man and designed for their different attitudes and lifestyles.
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This is crazy! An elevator with strange floor. Is just an illusion but is scare for meâ€¦
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Funny costume for dogs.
Star Wars Princess Leia
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So cool Sandwich. We can say it is food art…
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The Israeli West Bank barrier is a physical barrier being constructed by Israel consisting of a network of fences with vehicle-barrier trenches surrounded by an on average 60 meters wide exclusion area (95%) and up to 8 meters high concrete walls (5%). It is located partly within the West Bank, partly along the border between the West Bank and Israel proper.
The barrier is a very controversial project. Supporters argue the barrier (i) is a necessary tool protecting Israeli civilians from Palestinian terrorism including suicide bombing attacks in buses and bus stations, shopping centers, stores, restaurants and other public places, that increased significantly during the al-Aqsa Intifada ; and (ii) has helped reduce incidents of terrorism by 90% from 2002 to 2005. (VIA wikipedia.org)
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