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Alsalam alikom wa ra7mat allah wa barakatoh,

Do u know the difference between "ze2bak" light and that regular-yellow light ?
Actually, some years ago, i didn't know the differnece but i asked and knew that the first type is used in run-way cuz they can lighten a long distance very well.. i'm talking here about car-lights and street-lights as well,

Anyway, 2 situations happened today i just wanted to keep them memorized..

First : I was driving in a tunnel that i don't remember its name, it was lighten with a lot of those regular-yellow-lights ( alot here means a lamp every 30-50cm ) when suddenly i saw a greeeeeeen-light lamp, i smiled cuz 2 thoughts came to my mind, either the yellow lights went off, so they simply put any green-light-house-lamp instead or that this is a new technology that few years later i'll find some one posting in his blog (maybe by voice) about the difference between ze2bak, yellow and green lights...

Second : I was driving when a huge 4x4 car stopped behind me (we all stopped cuz of the traffic) anyway that man/woman lightened the car's lights (those very bright-laser lights) so suddenly everything got dark (at least for me) cuz i was looking at the mirror when he/she did that... for about 500m after that i was driving while praying not to make an accident.... when i began to see again, i tried to catch that car (imagine a race between my 128-car and that 4x4 one)...

“Logic is the art of going wrong with confidence”....Joseph Wood Krutch.

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Alsalam alikom wa ra7mat allah wa barakatoh


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