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  1. Anti-aquatic snobbery and Psychotrope

    Out of the many posts, this one attract my attention. I believe it is possible for anyone to participate.
    Excellent ! I like it very much.
  2. The Corner of 高山 and Fifth Ave

    The Corner of 高山 and Fifth Ave

    I rarely buy blind. So when my wife called from New York and asked if I REALLY wanted Neil Morris for Takashimaya, I hesitated. But then I remembered a few things:
  3. Fille en Aiguilles by Serge Lutens: the first impressions

    Last Saturday I decided to leave an idyll of a French country and to visit a local city Vichy to remember how does it feel to be among people again. Vichy is famous by its thermal baths and sources from the times of the Ancient Rome. But I was there just to walk on the streets of Vichy, to admire the glory of its architecture, to try some sweets and of course to visit some perfumery stores. Because in French perfumeries you can find fragrances that are not available yet in Netherlands. Well, I found ...

    Updated 21st September 2009 at 08:02 AM by AromaX

    Perfume review
  4. Lighthouse Beauty Firm...

    Any info on this new company that just signed 50 Cent and Kim K????????]
  5. Oak Trees and their Symbionts: The Romance of Mistletoe and Oakmoss

    by , 16th September 2009 at 07:21 AM (Jaime B's Blog)
    The oak tree was sacred to the peoples of ancient Europe. The Greeks dedicated it to Zeus and the Romans, to Jupiter. To the Celts as well, the oak was sacred; in part this was because it was one of the trees that hosted mistletoe. The mistletoe is believed to have been the Golden Bough of Aeneas, the mythic ancestor of the Romans. In the ancient tale the hero Aeneas consults the prophetess, one of the Sybils at Cumae. The Sybil tells Aeneas to break a branch from a certain tree that is sacred to ...

    Updated 28th October 2009 at 04:53 AM by JaimeB

    The Art of Perfumery

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