Thursday, October 1, 2015

Clash Of Clans

Hi there, anyone playing clash of clans ??

i am playing this game for more than  month now, and it's still as exciting as the beginning playing, never got bored.

Clash Of Clans, the longest game i ever playing
Clash Of Clans, the longest game i ever playing

Clash of Clans / Description

From rage-­filled Barbarians with glorious mustaches to pyromaniac wizards, raise your own army and lead your clan to victory! Build your village to fend off raiders, battle against millions of players worldwide, and forge a powerful clan with others to destroy enemy clans.
PLEASE NOTE! Clash of Clans is free to download and play, however some game items can also be purchased for real money. If you do not want to use this feature, please set up password protection for purchases in the settings of your Google Play Store app. Also, under our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy, you must be at least 13 years of age to play or download Clash of Clans.
A network connection is also required.
● Build your village into an unbeatable fortress
● Raise your own army of Barbarians, Archers, Hog Riders, Wizards, Dragons and other mighty fighters
● Battle with players worldwide and take their Trophies
● Join together with other players to form the ultimate Clan
● Fight against rival Clans in epic Clan Wars
● Build 18 unique units with multiple levels of upgrades
● Discover your favorite attacking army from countless combinations of troops, spells, Heroes and Clan reinforcements
● Defend your village with a multitude of Cannons, Towers, Mortars, Bombs, Traps and Walls
● Fight against the Goblin King in a campaign through the realm

Clash of Clans proudly announces over five million five star reviews on Google Play.

Chief, are you having problems? Visit or or contact us in game by going to Settings > Help and Support.

Clash of Clans / What's New in v7.200.13

Spell Superiority and a Clan War Tiebreaker!
- Lightning Spell level 7 and 25 new Wall pieces added to Town Hall 10
- Reworked and improved Lightning, Poison, Earthquake and Freeze spells!
- Total Destruction is now a Clan Wars tiebreaker!

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Monday, August 24, 2015

Djarum Black Cappuccino

Slowly savoured for lasting pleasure. Djarum Black Cappuccino is made of select clove and tobacco, enhance with cappuccino flavor for a rich taste. With 25 Mg Tar and 1.6 Mg Nicotine, give you the real Indonesia cappuccino taste.
Djarum Black Cappuccino was the very first cappuccino-flavored kretek cigarette to be invented. This filtered, machine-rolled cigarette was launched in 2004 to a warm reception. Each stick features a distinctive black paper wrapper. The rich, warm cappuccino element complements the tobacco and clove components perfectly, yielding an unusual and memorable product to be slowly savored.
Djarum Black Cappuccino continues the Djarum Black tradition of a smart, unique and innovative brand: a cigarette for the creative, sophisticated crowd.
1 carton contains 10 packs. 1 pack contains 16 cigarettes.
Author's review "This Djarum Cappuccino clove cigarette is very delicious, the clove in it actually goes perfectly with the coffee flavor. It is overall an exquisite cigarette. Despite the traditional Djarum Blacks, this cigarette is WHITE papered, with a cream filter. It is a very sexy cigarette, with BLACK written on the white paper. These are predominately found as an Indonesian domestic brand, worth getting a pack, but i would NOT suggest a whole carton. The Djarum Black Tea is by far the most superb cigarette ever created. No lie.

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Friday, June 26, 2015

The 3 Main Reasons Why I Started My Blog

Have you ever thought about setting up your own blog?

I know I had - off and on for years. And that's not even taking into consideration the constant prodding I got from my friends and family. So after finding the proper motivation (and doing plenty of soul searching), I can proudly say that now I am a blogger. Finally!

But what reason would any normal person have to blog? Well, there is definitely more than one answer to that question. But in the interest of keeping things simple, I will give you my three main reasons for taking the plunge.

1) I Have Something To Say. Sure, that sounds obvious. Why else would I set up a blog if didn't have anything to say? Fair question indeed. And my response is that in the web 2.0 environment, everyone is able to voice their opinion on everything under the sun. So naturally, everyone does.

But I find that too often, social media sites can have so much clutter (and SPAM) on their platforms that the truly unique and/or quality voices can get lost in the shuffle. And, unless a particular account is tied to an athlete or a celebrity of some sort, it can be difficult to stand out. And there are several instances when I've found a social media poster that I've liked and wished they had their own site. But too many times, they didn't.

So when it came to my voice, it just seemed proper for me to have my own place to voice my take on things. Which leads me to my next point.

2) I Have My Own Platform. This has become the aspect of blogging that I have come to appreciate the most. Yes, forums and social media sites are a lot of fun, but these are essentially community platforms.

There have been threads on forums that were based on a topic that interested me, so I posted in it. And even though my intent was to further the conversation, another poster would steer the conversation in a totally different direction. Of course most times it happened through the natural flow of conversation. But the result was that the thread died or switches gears completely.

With social media sites, the emphasis tends to be on socializing. Most users on those sites are primarily focused on chatting and sharing, which is largely the point. And even though topics of interest will come up here and there, most times users simply want to comment rather than have a discussion. That isn't a problem. But often this means that your take can get buried under dozens of other posts.

None of these things are an issue when you have your own site. Since you have your own platform, the conversation in the comments section flows from the initial post that you write. It allows for a more focused conversation.

3) It Gives Me Credibility. Honestly, this is an unanticipated benefit of blogging.

I still participate in forums and on social media. And there is a definite benefit to having your own blog advertised in your sig or in your profile. The tendency is that whenever you post a thoughtful or interesting comment, people take you more seriously. Having your own site projects an aura of authority to folks.

Obviously, it helps to know what you are taking about. But as long as you do, other users tend to be more inclined to hear what you have to say. And even better if your thoughts intrigue them, they visit your site!

Sure, there are other cool benefits to having your own blog. As a matter of fact, there are loads of other reasons that highlight the advantages of having your own blog. These however, are my reasons. And after all the time I spent thinking about it, once I actually took action and just did it, I benefited tremendously. Here's to hoping that you do too.

If you would like more information on this topic, then visit to get a firsthand view of a quality personal blog. There you will find plenty of interesting, as well as thought provoking content. And in the interest of keeping the conversation going, make sure to leave a comment.

FreeStateMents is a personal blogger that writes on topics of general interest, social commentary, and current affairs.

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