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Some links for light reading - Thursday, July 3, 2014

What I Read Last Week



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  1. hahahhah the pic!!! the dot of the f in fann!!

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  2. Thanx man for putting them online, i know alot of people who couldnt get al-ghad yesterday, my self got it from the distribution car at 7 AM

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  3. I am so letting my parents to keep it! I'm sure they got it, it got a bunch of great songs! I like it.
    Thanks for sharing them Jad!
    so nice of you...
    How do you same them in Ogg Vorbis format?
    omar

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  4. Lammoush,
    Ahlan 7ajeh :-)
    NasimJo,
    ahlan 3amo
    Omar,
    I just extracted sound tracks as OGG with Gnome Sound Juicer.

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  5. even they did this nice thing bas i hate al ghad :S

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  6. I liked the CD! 3njad this is a first time for me listening to this songs!

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  7. i hate them la2eno ma ba7eb maqalaat.hom,,, well i start hating them when once talked bad about metal heads and ppl who lsn to metal songs,, homeh mesh mawdoo3eyeen bel mara :S

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  8. Yeh its a good one , I like jeshana :-)

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