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I have noticed that for the last 10-15 years, and most prominently for the last 5, that Toyota has steadily been more and more successful in emulating various Ford products.
I do not know why they chose Ford specifically, nor have I an inkling as to why they choose to rip-off these specific Ford models. Maybe they just got bored of stealing from Mercedes Benz?
Toyota used to blatantly steal from Benz. Most subtly with the Toyota Comfort (looks like W123) and the 1997-2000 Corollas (drives and handles like a W123.) Meahwhile Honda & Mitsubishi were stealing from BMW....
First of, I'd like to say that I never wrote a blog before, so go easy on me :)
Second: I'm a 30 year old boy from Split, Croatia, so I decided to do a blog about my country to see if anyone's interested.
Third: I can't think of anything to say here, sorry!...
Every damn day for a year now have been hearing about that ISIS thing, which is this splinter group from Al-Kaida. It goes by many different names - Wiki lists almost a dozen. For sake of simplicity I'll call them ISIS.
Basically, I am amused by naming a fundementalist muslim group by an egyptian godess.
Anyway, ISIS has been attributed with being this all-powerful, almost magical force of evil, capable of sure victory in any fight. They are even said to be able to travel throughout europe....
It's a new year on the INCspotlight, and I want to start off with something that's been on my to-review list for quite a while - the 1985 Anne of Green Gables mini-series.
This version of Anne of Green Gables is
probably one of the more well-known adaptations of the novel by
Canadian author Lucy Maud Montgomery (1874 - 1942). Born in Prince
Edward Island, where a number of her books take place, her mother died
when she was a baby, and her father gave over custody to her maternal
grandparents. Montgomery's childhood was lonely, by her own account,
and she resorted to imaginary friends as a means of coping. She also
turned to writing, keeping a journal and trying her hand at poetry.
During a year spent with her father in Prince Albert, she got her first
poem published in a local paper (she was only 16 at the time). She
later applied for a teacher's license, and completed the two-year
training program in only one year, graduating with honors.
Unfortunately, Montgomery ended up not liking the job, and only kept
with it because it gave her plenty of time to write after hours. She
published 100 short stories published in various newspapers and
magazines between 1897 and 1907 - and those were just the ones that made
it into print.