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Cosmetic Surgery For Men Only





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    cosmetic surgery
  • face lift: plastic surgery to remove wrinkles and other signs of aging from your face; an incision is made near the hair line and skin is pulled back and excess tissue is excised; "some actresses have more than one face lift"

  • an elective procedure performed to reshape normal structures in the body in order to improve appearance

  • Plastic surgery is a medical concerned with the correction or restoration of form and function. While famous for aesthetic surgery, plastic surgery also includes many types of reconstructive surgery, hand surgery, microsurgery, and the treatment of burns.





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  • Men Only is a British soft-core pornographic magazine published by Paul Raymond since 1971. However, the title goes back to 1935 when it was founded by C. Arthur Pearson Ltd as a pocket magazine (115x165mm). It set out its editorial stall in the first issue: 'We don't want women readers.











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Secrets of a Beverly Hills Cosmetic Surgeon


Secrets of a Beverly Hills Cosmetic Surgeon



Written by a trained cosmetic surgeon who possesses over 35 years of experience and has performed 5,000 cosmetic procedures, this reveals a full and accurate picture of the inner workings of a much-hyped field. This book also serves as an authoritative guide to choosing a top specialist, selecting the right procedure, and using a safe facility at an affordable price. Key information is featured on negotiating fees without compromising quality; tracking down “superspecialists” (surgeons who are properly trained and perform only cosmetic surgery); and ensuring the best results with the fewest complications. Thirteen of the most common cosmetic procedures to the body and face are described and profiled in terms of operating room times, recovery time, and how long the procedure is effective. Also included is a convenient, ready-to-copy 29-point checklist.

Written by a trained cosmetic surgeon who possesses over 35 years of experience and has performed 5,000 cosmetic procedures, this reveals a full and accurate picture of the inner workings of a much-hyped field. This book also serves as an authoritative guide to choosing a top specialist, selecting the right procedure, and using a safe facility at an affordable price. Key information is featured on negotiating fees without compromising quality; tracking down “superspecialists” (surgeons who are properly trained and perform only cosmetic surgery); and ensuring the best results with the fewest complications. Thirteen of the most common cosmetic procedures to the body and face are described and profiled in terms of operating room times, recovery time, and how long the procedure is effective. Also included is a convenient, ready-to-copy 29-point checklist.










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Puerto Portals - Paradise Lost




Puerto Portals -  Paradise Lost





As it's revealed 75,000 Britons are emigrating every year one expat warns how escaping to PARADISE can land you in HELL

By Alison Smith Squire 2nd October 2008

For many Britons, facing spiralling food and fuel bills and the prospect of a long and rainy winter, the idea of emigrating must seem tempting.

But is sitting in the sun for years on end really such bliss?

Lynnette Evans, 50, a divorcee who runs a property letting business, has lived in Spain for eight years.

Now sick of the shallow and listless lifestyle of the expat, she tells ALISON SMITH-SQUIRE why there's no place like home.


THE sun shines almost every day of the year in Puerto Portals, the chic resort on the Spanish island of Mallorca which has been my home for eight years.

Generally, my routine goes something like this: after a morning of doing precisely nothing, I have a lazy lunch with my shopping partner June, who happens to be Simon Cowell's sister and is a fellow expat.

After that, I probably have a siesta before heading out to a party in the evening.

Sounds idyllic, doesn't it? But if I'm brutally honest, I long for my old way of life in rainy old Britain.

After nearly a decade, I am heartily sick of sunshine and shopping. Credit crunch or not, there is nothing that can replace art, culture and that laconic Pete and Dud-style British humour that is so lacking on the Continent.

Most days in Puerto Portals I amble between my apartment and the beach, or perhaps wander past the port (a floating millionaires' row of stunning yachts) or the many little bars where I might spot one of my many celebrity neighbours such as Cynthia Lennon (John Lennon's first wife.)

It was fun to begin with, but now I feel unfulfilled - as though an existence here is simply pointless.

I laughed out loud when I read that more Britons than ever are moving abroad. They just don't know what they are letting themselves in for.

And the issues for expats are the same the world over: the sheer mind-numbing ennui; the lack of close family nearby; living cheek-by-jowl with the same tight-knit social set month after month; and, above all, the feeling you are never quite at home, whether because of language or custom, or even something as simple as hating the horrible long-life milk you have to put in your tea every morning.

If I'd known eight years ago what I know now, I would never have left Britain. But at the time, like millions of others, I was fed up with my daily commute to London where I worked as a legal secretary, my life was in a rut and I wanted a change.

My home in Bexleyheath, Kent, had risen enormously in value and I realised that if I sold it, the life I dreamed of could be mine.

So in September 2000 we arrived in Puerto Portals and moved into a luxury Spanish apartment surrounded by a fabulous swimming pool.

I would say it was my son Chris's first day at private school that made us both truly realise what a massive lifestyle change we had made.

His school had 26 different nationalities in it - the majority of pupils coming from families of vast wealth.

Amazingly, some kids were sent to school, decked out in the newest designer gear, with a few hundred euros in their pockets simply to buy themselves a pizza at lunch.

One boy lived in his own flat near the school. His parents occasionally popped over to visit from the States. He was 15.

I would take Chris to sleepovers in vast, white-washed mansions surrounded by high, wrought-iron gates which would swing as the CCTV camera announced our arrival.

Looking back, it was also an introduction to what I grew to dislike about Mallorca - the shallowness of many people and their lifestyles, which are about money and little else.


Another clue was the way all my son's friends clamoured to stay at our apartment. It was nowhere near as grand as their fully-staffed mansions, but to these teenagers it felt like a proper home because many of them barely ever saw their wealthy parents.

At first, though, I was taken in by the glamour of my new life.

Puerto Portals is a small place - only 2,591 residents - and I estimate at least half of them are expats. And as everyone knows everyone, one invitation simply led to another.

Lunch parties are an everyday occurrence. By lunches, I mean gettogethers at one of the many restaurants that line the beach, starting at 1.30pm and rarely finishing before 6pm.

Then there are the evening 'dos' - I would be invited to at least three a week. Often, they would be held on board one of the luxury yachts permanently moored in the harbour.

More often than not, their owners were elderly and unattractive men with a beautiful - and much younger - woman on their arm.

The place is all about image. I have no idea where I will store the 50 or so bags, dozens of evening dresses and numerous shoes I have accumulated when I return to the UK - but dressing up is an important part of life in Puerto. You simply don't slum it

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Obama & Hillary to face runoff on Nov 7 in Afghan Presidential Election




Obama & Hillary to face runoff on Nov 7 in Afghan Presidential Election





Obama & Hillary Clinton to face runoff on Nov 7 in Afghanistan Presidential Election

James Carvel a well known Democrat Political strategist, very close to Clintons & Rahm Emanuel the WH Chief of Staff has won the 2nd round on behalf of Clintons and Rahm Emmanuel in Afghan elections by getting the runoff ordered for the recently concluded Afghan Elections. In a sham election Hamid Karzai has won the first round on behalf of President Obama by getting himself re-elected with over a million bogus votes.

James Carvel is the Political Consultant to Dr Abdullah Abdullah the challenger to Obama stooge incumbent President Hamid Karzai. Every one knows James Carvel does not work free for even Clintons and on top of that he is one of the most expansive Democrat Political Strategist in America . It is mind boggling how come a Political Strategist from America can really have any Political strategy especially in a country like Afghanistan run by feudal tribal lords? The next question is who is paying the multi-million dollar bill for James Carvel and his security? Dr Abdullah Abdullah does not have that kind of money, so who is paying the bills for James Carvel?

Hillary Clinton who is a puffed up with silicon implants & cosmetic surgery is just a Secretary of State of America for name sake only, because all the important decisions are being made by Obama men and reported directly to him. May be she is the one who hired James Carvel to help Dr Abdullah Abdullah to have some clout in the State Department and an edge to stand equal to President Obama after becoming proxy President of Afghanistan.

May be the AIPAC Agent Rahm Emanuel is James Carvel’s Boss to have more control on Obama who is giving jitters to Israeli’s by saying all developments be frozen in areas under Israeli occupation till the out come of the Israeli-Palestinians Peace talk. In May 2009 AIPAC (American Israeli Political Action Committee) with billions in funds from questionable sources drafted a letter trashing/warning US President Obama to work closely and privately with Israel. This Israeli Mafia posing as AIPAC was able to garnered 329 signatures in the House out of the 435 Members and 76 signatures in the Senate out of the 100. During the August recess, 56 members of US Congress visited Israel on AIPAC expanses, and House Majority Leader Steny H. Hoyer (D-Md.) told reporters that it was a mistake to make settlement construction the key issue and that there was a "significant difference" between settlements in the West Bank and those in East Jerusalem.” It is a shame that US Congress is taking dictates from a Foreign criminal & racist body like AIPAC to trash their own President. In some other country this amounts to treason but not in America which is an Israeli colony.

The other prominent player in Afghanistan is Senator Kerry who is supporting Hillary Clinton much to his personal disliking for her for obvious reason to send a message to Obama that he still matters although Obama refused to accommodate him in his Cabinet.

Can any one guess who is going to win in the run-off on Nov. 7; President Obama or Secretary of State Hillary Clinton?

Dave Makkar











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cosmetic surgery for men only




Outsmarting Mother Nature: A Woman's Complete Guide to Plastic Surgery






In Outsmarting Mother Nature: A Woman's Complete Guide to Plastic Surgery in the 21st Century, a female plastic surgeon explains all the major procedures in cosmetic surgery, offering frank insights into both physical and psychological issues and expectations. Dr. Iliana Sweis, who not only performs but has undergone cosmetic procedures, details the stages most women will go through from the time they begin to contemplate plastic surgery. The book explains how one can best prepare for a procedure, what to expect during the actual surgery, and how to handle the healing phase.
The first several chapters discuss the emotional aspects underlying the desire to undergo plastic surgery, including its social and professional impacts. Each of the subsequent chapters is devoted to individual plastic surgery procedures in significant detail, using a question-and-answer format. Case studies illustrate what cosmetic procedures can, and cannot, accomplish—and the reality checks that need to be in place as part of the decision to proceed.










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