The good news is, there neither is, nor was, a war between France and Mexico. A French lady had been in jail in Mexico for 7 years, she was fred and could fly back to Paris and meet President François Hollande for a debriefing, and the French TV’s talked a lot about her 36 hours without knowing much about the story behind. Viva Mexico, and vive la France, that’s it. Read more about it here : http://renaudfavier.com/2013/01/24/viva-mexico-et-que-vive-la-france-quant-a-florence-cassez-il-ny-a-pas-eu-mort-dhomme-si-basta-cosi-non/
Renaud Favier – January 26th, 2013 – http://bonneannee2013.wordpress.com/
Bonus : nothing like good police and fair justice !
Posted in Business, Change, Crisis, France
Tagged Florence Cassez, François Hollande, France, free, freedom, justice, lawyer, Mexico, Mexique, Paris
Some like it hot
Some don’t really understand what all this noise is about
Some like it Latino
Some like it with humor whatever the circumstances (special warm Happy Halloween to these people, may the strength be with you from Haiti and Cuba to the US East Coast & Canada ^-^ )
Some like it French
Some like it whatever way
Some don’t like it anyway
Happy Halloween @ all . ^-^
Please click here or on the following image to read more (in French) and reach the Youtube “Halloween” movies
Posted in Arts, France, Humour
Tagged Air Force One, America Latina, Bank holiday, Barack Obama, black cat, Café de Paris, Chabada, Chabada Cat, crisis, Dia de los Muertes, election day, Frankenstein, Frankenstorm, French Coffee, Full Catastrophy, Halloween, Happy Halloween, Hell, holiday, Latin America, Manhattan, Mexico, Mitt Romney, MonsterStorm, New Jersey, New-York, Paris, perfect storm, Read my lips, Renaud, Rhodes Island, Sandy, Sexy Halloween, So French, Sorcerer, Vintage Halloween
Los Cabos is a beautiful place in Baja California, Mexico, but the way out is either up, or very narrow … Let’s hope European and G20 countries leaders manage to avoid mistakes and remember the Concordia before they sail too close to the rocks.
Some French eBooks about ongoing changes in France, Europe and elsewhere.