Tuesday, September 25, 2018

106 results for 'france'

Barack Obama Entre Dans L'histoire

By Lyn, published on Nov 7, 2008 prolongera jusqu’en 1807, date officielle de l’abolition de l’esclavage.

Cette élection véhicule également un modèle d’inspiration fort à suivre pour le reste du monde. Parlons de l’Europe et spécialement de la France. Quand pourrons-nous voir un président ou une présidente de la République de couleur ethnique différente? Sachant que récemment les médias ont appuyé le taux faible de Français d’origine étrangère parmi la scène... (more)

Tags: france, obama

Onyx Cafe 10th Anniversary Poetic Revival, 11/9 - Echoplex

By T. Conboy, published on Nov 5, 2008

... Raines has performed her poetry in NYC nightclubs (including the Wigstock festivals) for six years before moving to Los Angeles. Raines has performed her poetry at the Toronto Film Festival and in independent films in Montreal and Los Angeles. Other poetry appearances include London, UK; Paris, France; Boston, MA; Dallas, TX; and Atlanta, GA. She was a member of L.A's first poetry slam team to San Francisco in '93. In 1994, Ms. Raines produced, directed, and performed in the Hollywood production, "The Naked Word," a theatrical evening of poetry. Presented in a 99-seat theatre, it featured... (more)

Tags: los angeles, san francisco, atlanta, france, jazz, california, hollywood, music

Recreating The Big Bang?

By Lila M., published on Sep 9, 2008

Put your differences (or hatred) aside for the candidates for just a minute and think about this. Tomorrow evening Scientists plan to unleash an experiment that will recreate the ‘Big Bang’ theory. For over 15 years Scientists held up in a facility on the border of France and Switzerland have been building a machine called the Large Hadron Collider to recreate the immediate aftermath of the Big Bang. The Large Hadron Collider or LHC smashes protons moving at the speed of light into each other which then recreates the same conditions that happened a fraction of a second after the... (more)

Tags: france

Orangina, Shake It... Not In Public!

By J.N. PAQUET, published on Aug 29, 2008

...complaints it has received about the Orangina advertisement and has decided that it will not be launching a formal investigation. Given the post-9pm restriction on TV that the ad has been given (the ASA) does not believe that the ad is in breach of (its) codes. The ad is therefore allowed to continue to be broadcast”. [original email from the ASA]

Therefore, and contrary to what media in France recently said, this advert has not been banned in the United Kingdom and never will.

Now, please make your own opinion and watch the following clip:


Tags: france, music

Fire Destroys Universal Studios Back Lot

By D. E. Carson, published on Jun 2, 2008

...As time passed, patrons were given water to combat the heat of the day. Finally at 2:00, park officials declared that the park would not open at all. Disappointed customers were offered complimentary passes to allow them to return at a later time. One group of visitors had traveled from France to tour the park and had to leave late Sunday on a returning flight. Ten emergency personnel were injured in the fire, but no deaths. Four hundred firefighters battled the blaze as well as a severe lack of water availability. Fire sprinkler system had been installed after a fire in 1990, but ... (more)

Tags: los angeles, new york, france, movie

Why Must America Win?

By D. E. Carson, published on May 2, 2008

...their borders that will stop at nothing to murder innocent Britains, and bring down their democracy. You only have to look at the most recent train and subway bombings, and other attacks, to see that this is only the beginning of what will become a routine occurrence.

The next will be France. Our one hope for France is that they might see the light and realize that if the US doesn't win, they are finished too. They can't resist the Muslim terrorists without our help. However, it may already be too late for France. France is 20% Muslim at this time and that number is increasing... (more)

Tags: iraq, new york, france, religion, terrorism, police, iran, education, sex, bill clinton, china, germany, russia

4,000 And Counting...

By Lila M., published on Mar 26, 2008

...which has gone as high as 40 times. They are the same group of Bush enthusiasts (hard to believe, but they’re still out there) who feel the entire Middle East harbors terrorists, ignorant to the fact that most of these terrorists were living in and holding meetings in London, Germany, France and a list of other countries. These clueless individuals keep supporting his stance on the war as if it’s really going to rid the world of violence (insert laughter here).

The glossy reporters on CNN and Fox News report on the war, yet never ask the important questions – What... (more)

Tags: iraq, france, healthcare, police, germany

Le Paris Freeze

By Lyn, published on Mar 15, 2008

...des passants n'étant pas au courant. Bien évidemment, l'intérêt du jeu est de réunir le maximum de personnes au même lieu et qui cessent de bouger en synchro! Il suffit de suivre le mouvement!

Les adeptes pour cette première en France ont mobilisé une foule inimaginable samedi dernier à Trocadéro. Qui aurait cru que plus de 3000 participants se seraient réunis pour cette "cause" pacifiste? L'organisateur fut lui même étonné du succès de cette action, il n'en attendait... (more)

Tags: france, facebook, movie

The Rushes.... Juste A Ne Pas Manquer !!!

By marie, published on Mar 7, 2008


J'étais partis pour voir "Boy kill boy" et je ne connaissais pas la première partie "the rushes" suis restée juste stockcher ...("querblo" comme diraient les jeunes)... devant ce groupe.....une énergie, une voix juste comme on l'écoute pas en France..

Leur histoire commence en 2000 à Leeds. Mais c'est bien sur à Londres que le groupe se forme. Gerard guitariste, Dan au piano, Joe à la batterie (dont les parents vivent à Colchester, important pour la suite de l'histoire!) et James à la... (more)

Tags: france, myspace

President Sarkozy's New Style Presidency

By J.N. PAQUET, published on Feb 26, 2008

... in rising again in the polls, decided to launch the operation “Seduce the farming industry and you get the voters next” at the farming fair (the latest poll published last Sunday in the Sunday newspaper “Journal du Dimanche” actually suggest that 38% of the population in France are “satisfied” or “very satisfied” with M. Sarkozy as their president, against 47% last January. While they are 62% - up 10% - to be “unhappy” or “very unhappy” with it.). But the French president is a fast pace kind of person and in such... (more)

Tags: france

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