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"And how much do you earn? ". " You believe in God ? ". "But by the way, what did you vote for in the last presidential election? ". Three questions to avoid asking colleagues. Three topics – wages, religion, politics – that are unanimous … against them, according to a survey published by the site announcements of job opportunities RegionsJob *.
Have a look at the colleague's pay slip? This is unthinkable for 83% of respondents. In addition, 61% of French people do not like to discuss politics, while 58% are suspicious when it comes to talking about religion. It is much preferred to talk about privacy, which is only annoying for 19% of respondents. On the other hand, the subject of children is the most consensual subject: only 7% of respondents do not like to talk about it. We go further by here.
Black Thursday for Nicky Minaj's fans: Anaconda's interpreter hangs up. At 36, she announced in a tweet to retire and so devote himself to his family. Gifs filled with tears, petition against his retirement … It is presumed that the fans will begin a process of mourning and protest. But some are not fooled … And tend more for the publicity stunt. And for good reason at the beginning of the year, Nicki Minaj declared that his fifth album was ready.
A false start that can sometimes pay big as we explain it to you there.
In 2009, Natacha Believe in a joke when a friend advises him to get up in the middle of the night to enroll his son in an annual judo slot proposed by the MJC of his district, Lyon 3rd. "Arriving before 5 am, there were already 200 people in front of me. Some had set up tents for the night. It was madness! »Welcome to the inscriptions of the House for all – Rancy Hall, the most brilliant symbol of the craze aroused in Lyon by the varied and reasonably priced activities of the MJC.
Over the last twenty years, more than a thousand people have come to the site early to register the whole family during the first opening of 230 activities for all ages (leisure, sports, languages, workshops …), as will be the case Saturday from 9am to 12.30pm. Six hours after arriving in the crowd, Natacha was able to access in 2009 the famous wickets inside the Rancy Hall. An endless registration that renews almost every season for ten years. This mother of three children will still be programming the next night her alarm clock between 3 and 4 o'clock in the morning. A report to read here.
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