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Cleaning Technologies: Ajax VS Flash

(17:30:18) dadan |: BE3 (Reads: BOO)
(17:30:27) Jad: ahlan(Reads: welcome)
(17:30:36) dadan |: kefak walak(Reads: How are you?)
(17:31:11) Jad: taman (reads:I'm fine)
(17:32:48) dadan |: ana bede aroo7 ajeeb flash mashan ash6of ... enta hows ur day ?(Reads: going to get flash to clear the floor and how was your day)
(17:33:29) Jad: man Ajax is better than flash at least it doesn't require any plugin to run

sorry for the poor translation but I guess it works.

[tags] Ajax, vs, flash, cleaning, technologies [/tags]


  1. LOL ....
    Ya CD ... Hada elli Ajax!

  2. inshallah ykooon shataf!! kan el mafrood last week but it was delayed cuz a devil called jano said eeeeh ensa!! lol

  3. JanMania » Blog Archive » Be aware of Jad Madi !!!June 17, 2006 at 3:05 PM

    [...] Dadan, who didnt learn from the First Time, not from the Second Time too, and here is the Third! [...]


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