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Old 04-21-2007, 09:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i keep seeing new smileys appearing and i love all of them!

without a doubt now we have THE BEST collection of smileys anywhere on the web!

can we get a hippo smiley though? it'll make it all complete

ok, i'll stop being
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The BMW is worthy for its ancestry, which has its roots in precision applications for aviation. Some of the engines that powered the aircraft flown by the Red Baron’s legendary “Flying Circus” during the First World War were built by BMW. Since switching to auto manufacture in the late 1920’s, BMW has built vehicles that are the epitome of luxury, style and drivability - a smart investment by any measure. Even the best-engineered machines require regular maintenance, however, and the BMW is no exception. A small investment in BMW parts today will save substantial money in the future as well as ensure dependable transportation for years to come. BMW parts that are part of regularly scheduled maintenance include oil filters as well as fuel and air filters, spark plugs, radiator hoses, belts and BMW 330 parts. These kinds of discount BMW parts are not the most expensive ones you’ll need to buy, but they represent a small investment that will have great returns when it comes to fuel economy and performance.
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