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Smoking cessation

Tobacco Stop: Nicotine withdrawal by homeopathic mesotherapy
 

The session consists first in a group therapy, and then in individual mesotherapy injections under the skin, with a small needle at both ears.
The mixture injected is purely homeopathic, it causes the disgust of the cigarette, he fought against the urge to smoke, irritability, and against the craving.
One session is required in almost all cases.

Here are some photos of complications related to smoking:

 

# 1 Cardiac coronary bypass

 

#2 Lung cancer

 

#3 Cancer of the bladder with urinary stoma

 

 

Cardiac coronary bypass

Cardiac coronary bypass

Lung cancer

Lung cancer

Cancer of the bladder with urinary stoma

Cancer of the bladder with urinary stoma

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Kids: Je veux un Iphone ! Déjà pourri, gâté dès la naissance !!!!

Kids: Je veux un Iphone ! Déjà pourri, gâté dès la naissance !!!!

 

 

Je ne sortirais pas, tant que vous ne m'achetez pas un Iphone!

 

 

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Laurel et Hardy inventèrent déjà dans les

1930, le Ice Bucket Challenge

 

 

Laurel et Hardy est le nom du duo comique formé par Stan Laurel (1890-1965) et Oliver Hardy (1892-1957) constitué en 1927. De leurs vrai noms Arthur Stanley Jefferson et Oliver Norvell Hardy. Durant une carrière de près de 25 ans et de plus de 100 films, ce duo atteindra une notoriété telle qu’il reste sans doute à ce jour le tandem le plus célèbre de toute l’histoire du cinéma. Leur premier studio est Hal Roach, puis au fil des années la Metro Goldwin Mayer ou encore Universal.

Stan Laurel et Oliver Hardy ont chacun de leur côté une carrière importante avant de constituer le tandem à l’approche de la quarantaine. Ils tournent ensemble une série de films fin 1926. Suivant les rôles qu’ils y interprètent, la constitution d'un tandem apparaît rapidement comme une évidence et les caractéristiques des personnages constituant le duo comique se mettent en place. Le succès est immédiat.

Débutant avant l'avènement du cinéma parlant, Laurel et Hardy font partie des rares acteurs ayant atteint une certaine notoriété durant l'ère du muet à réussir aussi brillamment la transition avec le cinéma sonore. La première comédie parlante de Laurel et Hardy sort dès le mois de mai 1929. Le duo comique saisit d'emblée toutes les possibilités que lui offre cette nouvelle technique, sans pour autant renier l'art de la pantomime qui a fait leur succès jusque-là. Leur jeu muet se singularisait par sa sobriété face à l’agitation et la performance physique communément admises dans les comédies burlesques et, devenu parlant, il se démarque de celui des comiques bavards qui émergent à la manière des Marx Brothers. Laurel et Hardy ne délivrent aucun message ou ne défendent aucune valeur sans pour autant s‘appuyer sur la transgression d’une quelconque morale ou une critique sociale. Cette simplicité leur vaudra un immense succès populaire.

D’abord cantonnés dans les comédies courtes de « deux bobines », Laurel et Hardy se tourneront progressivement vers les longs métrages durant les années trente, qui représentent l’apogée de leur carrière et la période durant laquelle ils tournent à un rythme effréné. On y retrouve les meilleures comédies du duo, et leur travail reçoit la consécration de la profession, lorsqu'ils obtiennent pour Livreurs, sachez livrer ! (The Music Box) l'Oscar du meilleur sujet de court-métrage de comédie en 1932. Le début des années quarante les voit se consacrer à une dizaine de longs métrages.
Fatigués, malades, Stan et Oliver reconstituent le tandem en
1951 pour un dernier film souvent considéré au mieux comme pathétique.

 

 

Laurel et Hardy inventèrent déjà dans les 1930 le Ice Bucket Challenge

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Plastique fessière de Kim Kardashian ("Yes, my butt is big" and it was allegedly a quote of Kim Kardashian)

Plastique fessière de Kim Kardashian ("Yes, my butt is big" and it was allegedly a quote of Kim Kardashian)

Kim Kardashian - the Rear End Challenge

So from ice buckets to posteriors, I saw this cover at the grocery store, and the headline was basically, "yes, my butt is big" and it was allegedly a quote of Kim Kardashian (Oui, j'ai un gros cul, et cette allégation viendrait de Kim Kardashian elle-même).

Apparently both this woman, and much of pop culture, is infatuated with her rear-end.

I'll be honest, I'm completely at a loss to understand Kardashian. Yes, I get it - she's attractive. But basically it's this weird mix of Sophia Lauren, Zsa Zsa Gabor, and a porno. Kardashian comes to being popular because basically she made a porno video. From there, she parlays that into an empire.

Now you may have sour grapes about that - but again - the entire routine is because she understands (perhaps instinctively) of how you sell a brand in an age where everyone has a camera, everyone is a video star, everyone can make a message that gets transmitted to millions. It's again through the individual lens.

This woman has 23 million followers on Twitter. Let's presume half are fake accounts, or whackadoos, or whatever. Fine - 12 million REAL BONAFIDE PEOPLE living off this woman's every utterance.

Most of it is about her butt.

http://instagram.com/p/rm1G6euS3t/ (This is a photo that Kim posted to her profile on Twitter/Instagram. She called attention to it.)

https://twitter.com/KimKardashian/statuses/496671457653432321

https://twitter.com/KimKardashian/statuses/496671541224935424

What? I mean seriously. It goes on and on - the silly stuff. But here she has a huge audience (and a huge rear end according to her), and the taglines she writes became headlines - Kim Upset about huge Butt.

It's beyond silly.

But again, she seems to understand that her popularity and her cultural swag is entirely dependent upon the people who view her. That audience was built through the eyes of her audience, not the other way around. She's hardly a good role model, or a bad one even. It's just kind of bizarre - people are attracted to her. What's she eating. What's she doing.

Again, all through the voyeuristic lens. It's about the individual.

 

http://brandmediastudio.com/millennial-marketing/

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A Tibetan man screams as he runs engulfed in flames after self-immolating at a protest in New Delhi, India, ahead of Chinese President Hu Jintao's visit to the country Monday, March 26, 2012. The Tibetan activist lit himself on fire at the gathering and was rushed to hospital with unknown injuries, reports said.

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/news-photos-week-march-25-2012-gallery-1.1053353#ixzz1rNiMUdEi

 

Un tibétain s'immole lors d'une manifestation de protestation à New Delhi, en Inde, avant la visite du président chinois Hu Jintao le lundi 26 mars 2012. L'activiste tibétain a été transporté à l'hôpital, la gravité de ses brulûres n'est pas encore connue.

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Jean Dujardin, left, best actor winner for his role in "The Artist," watches as his Oscar is engraved at the Governors Ball.

Actor Jean Dujardin, winner of the best actor award for “The Artist,” attends the Governors Ball.

 

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Michel Hazanavicius, left, with the Oscar for best director for "The Artist," looks to photographers at the Governors Ball.

Ludovic Bource, winner of the original score award for "The Artist," poses at the Governors Ball.

 

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France were best side in World Cup final

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So the wrong team won the final but the right team won the Rugby World Cup. (Ainsi, la mauvaise équipe gagna la Finale, mais la bonne équipe devint championne du monde.)
     
No, I didn't have too much of the bubbly stuff into the small hours of Monday morning. Not a drop, in fact. But however you view Sunday night's final and however many times you study the recording, it's plainly apparent that France were the better team on the night.
Too many All Blacks had individual games well below their normal standards. Jerome Kaino, despite that lineout leap and pinpoint delivery to Tony Woodcock that proved so crucial, was perhaps the best example. But there were others. It all looked too emotional and important an occasion for Piri Weepu, too. His kicks at goal reminded me of my own efforts on the golf course; the best of intentions but a streak of desperation with every strike.
How beautifully ironic then that one bloke who did keep his nerves under control was a guy hitherto discarded as not good enough. Stephen Donald. What a delicious twist of fate that he should prove this nation's winner at the critical moment.
France deserved to win because they played a quite extraordinary game. When did we last see an All Black back row outplayed? Kieran Read made some strong surges but as a unit, the outstanding Thierry Dusautoir, Imanol Harinordoquy and Julien Bonnaire were in a class above.
Dusautoir was rightly the man of the match but Harinordoquy couldn't have been far behind him. Yet having said that, it would have been an utter travesty if France had slipped away with the World Cup.
They played no rugby to get to the final but then reminded us of the stuff they could construct. So, excusez-moi, messieurs, what the hell happened in the first six weeks of the tournament? Why weren't you playing like this in all those other games?
Perhaps if the French hadn't been so busy having hissy fits among themselves all the time, they could have played some cracking rugby. But cockerels with their heads up their nether regions rarely make much sense. This was a huge pity because by and large this was not a great World Cup in terms of the spectacle on the field. New Zealand were by far the best team, which is why they deserved to scrape through the final. France could have lit up this tournament with outstanding, 15-a-side attacking rugby with ball in hand. But most of the time they played like a lot of constipated diners. Sadly, most countries were equally poor.
Wales were the sole exception. But apart from them, too much of the rugby we saw was at best modest, vin ordinaire if you like and in the case of some, like England, just plonk.
Out and about yesterday, I struggled to find many examples of joy unconfined among the natives. Huge relief appeared to me to be the prevailing emotion in this land.
The trouble with this tournament, and most especially the final, was that it would again have been a mystery to the non-rugby specialist, the outsider lured to his TV set around the world, to see what all the fuss was about.
The reason for that is rugby's laws remain so complicated, so intricate. At times on Sunday night, referee Craig Joubert could and probably should have penalised all manner of players myriad times. The breakdown remains a law-breakers' paradise: as ever, players were able to dive off their feet, handle on the ground, enter from the side and such like and amidst the frenetic activity, very often they went unseen. I don't blame Joubert for that; there are just so many laws to administer that the whole thing has become a morass.
But it strikes me that if this game really wants to become a global sport, then it has to appeal to masses. Right now, because of its construction, it can only be appreciated by a select few who have any idea what the hell is going on.
One other point is worth making. I know the idea may seem odd that elsewhere in the world they are not concerned with New Zealand and this World Cup. But such places do exist.
Take Manchester, where a soccer derby between United and City elicited the astonishing scoreline of 1-6. That was a result predicated on a simple philosophy - attack. By complete contrast, New Zealand's win on Sunday night (and indeed so much of this tournament) was forged almost entirely on defence.
Therein lies the difference between the two sports. And as long as that remains the case, rugby will never become the global event that soccer represents.
By Peter Bills Tuesday Oct 25, 2011

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IMF’s Strauss-Kahn agrees to electronic monitoring, house arrest in hope of release

 

International Monetary Fund Managing Director Dominique Strauss-Kahn has offered to submit to electronic monitoring of his movements and 24-hour-a-day house arrest at his daughter’s apartment in New York in an effort to end his confinement at Rikers Island jail while awaiting trial on sexual assault charges.

In addition to offering a $1 million cash bail, the embattled IMF chief proposed the electronic monitoring and “home detention” in a plea for release filed by his attorneys in New York Supreme Court on Wednesday.

By Howard Schneider, Published: May 18 | Updated: Thursday, May 19, http://www.washingtonpost.com/business/economy/imf-board-fight-could-undermine-agencys-effectiveness/2011/05/18/AFEm3i6G_story.html?hpid=z1

DSK demanderait à être libéré sous caution d'un Million de Dollars, à résider dans l'appartement new yorkais de sa fille, en attendant le jugement du vendredi 20 mai 2011 et espérer une libération.

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STOP TABAC & ANTI-SMOKING THERAPY

Et si vous arrêtiez de fumer? Ne repoussez pas tout le temps la décision à demain, une fois les complications arrivées, vous vous direz si seulement j'avais arrêté...

http://www.dorffer-patrick.com/article-sevrage-tabagique-j-arrete-de-fumer-mais-c-est-dur-tres-dur-65570244.html

 

The session consists first in a group therapy, and then in individual mesotherapy injections under the skin, with a small needle at both ears.
The mixture injected is purely homeopathic, it causes the disgust of the cigarette, he fought against the urge to smoke, irritability, and against the craving.
One session is required in almost all cases. 

Nicotine withdrawal by homeopathic mesotherapy 

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