Sunday, January 10, 2010

MY FATHER'S BIRTHDAY - APRIL 17. HERE IS ABOUT April 18, 2002

 HERE IS VERY INTERESTING DETAILS ABOUT PRINCE AIMONE.

SDA Bocconi is the University's business school. Its MBA program has recently been ranked among the global top 40 by the Financial Times' Global MBA Rankings 2009.[1]The Wall Street Journal has ranked it among the top 20 best business schools in the world in 2007 [2]Forbes has ranked Bocconi no.1 worldwide in the specific category Value for Money [3].


PIRELLI.


In 1974, Pirelli invented the "wide radial tyre", upon a request from the Lancia rally racing team for a tyre strong enough to withstand the power of the new Lancia Stratos.
At that time, racing tyres were either slick tyres made with the cross ply technique (very wide tyres with a reduced sidewall height), or radial tyres, which were too narrow to withstand the Stratos' power and did not provide enough grip. Both were unusable for the Lancia Stratos, as the radials were destroyed within 10 km, and the slicks too stiff. Lancia asked Pirelli for a solution, and in 1974 Pirelli created a wide tyre with a reduced sidewall height like a slick, but with a radial structure.

Subsequently, Porsche started using the same tyres with the award-winning Porsche 911 Turbo.[3].
Today, the wide tyres are still the standard in sport & racing cars worldwide.
Since late 2007, Pirelli is the control tyre for the World Rally Championship, the British Rally Championship, the Superbike World Championship and the British Superbike Championship



Lancia (DELTA (JEFF WAGNER LIVED THERE WHEN I MET HIM 1996) INEGRALE (ROOT) V WITH _ IN THE RIGHT SIDE OF V...THEY DON'T HAVE IT IN THE COMPUTERS...THAT IS WHY PEOPLE DON'T THINK ABOUT THEIR ROOTS.... (Gena Moiseenko. "Ducat" club DJ on Moyakovskaya station...was introducing me to that car) ) asked Pirelli for a solution, and in 1974 Pirelli created a wide tyre with a reduced sidewall height like a slick, but with a radial structure.
Subsequently, Porsche started using the same tyres with the award-winning Porsche 911 Turbo.[3].

THAT EXECT CAR IS IN MY BOOK AND MOVIE "LAST TRAIN FROM ROPPONGI". IT'S REAL STORY. TATSUYA SAITO SAITO HAD IT. NEVY BLUE.


In our gate #15.... on the first floor in my childhood we had (have) (now they repaired it... but it was broken for man years...)

PERILI WAS BROKEN. AND THE METAL IN THE END OF BROKEN PERILI IF YOU LOOK FROM BELLOW ... THERE WAS A BREST. (IT WAS SILVER COLLOR PAINT OR ... METTAL... SOMETHING THAT DRIED IN THAT FORM.
LIKE MINIATURE ONE BIG BREST. I WAS ALWAYS TOUCHING AND LOOKING AT IT.

IN MY CHILDHOOD IN THE APARTMENT BY THAT PERILA LIVED VIKTOR PODGORNIY (VICTOR UNDER MOUNTAIN)

AND THEN THEY MOVED AND ALEXEI ZUKARIDZE WITH HIS FAMILY MOVED IN. HE IS A TAXI DRIVER.

HIS NAIIBORS ARE MOISEIKIN'S FAMILY. THE FATHER DIED LONG TIME AGO. DOUGHTER NATASHA NATASHA MOISEIKINA DIED FEW YEARS AGO.


AND HERE IS FATHER OF AIMONE.

Prince Amedeo, Duke of Aosta (b. 1943) ZVONIMIR 2. 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amedeo,_5th_Duke_of_Aosta

V - IS MIR.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carlisle,_Cumbria

MY FAVORITE SINGER AFTER PERESTROIKA STARTED.





About VERA SVECHINA 

or Вера Петровна 

Свечина



Real name: VERA SVECHINA or Вера Петровна Свечина
35, Female,
Operates out of: EARTH
Artistic Interests: FLY HIGH

Everywhere I go in "FLYING STRIPPERS" t-shirts, old and young people,
man and woman ask me: what does "FLYING STRIPPERS" mean?
To me it means that I found a new way for people to FLY.
Wear "FLYING STRIPPERS" t-shirts, snickers and other products and
get IN TOUCH WITH HOLLY FLYING STRIPPERS SPIRIT.
Brand "Flying Strippers" was inspired by sad death of young
Russian model Ruslana Korshunova.
"My dream is to fly. - she said - Oh, my rainbow it is too high."

I don't believe in too high rainbows.

To find out more about "FLYING STRIPPERS" PROJECT,
please visit www.russiangeisha.com






CHINESE ARTIST MY FRIEND SHAN SHAN SHENG GAVE ME THIS AS A PRESENT FROM VENICE.




Plane crash


Late afternoon on April 18, 2002, a Rockwell Commander 112, an airplane with a single engine registered in Switzerland, hit the building. The aircraft was apparently scheduled to fly from Locarno to Milan. The plane was low on fuel and Linate Airport was preparing an emergency landing prior to the crash, but the pilot suddenly wandered off and flew right into the building. The pilot and two people inside the tower were killed in the accident.

[edit]References

  • Skyscrapers, Antonino Terranova, White Star Publishers, 2003 (ISBN-8880952307)

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