Archive for May, 2012

31 May 2012: World NO Tobacco Day

Posted: May 31, 2012 in health
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The World Health Organization (WHO) selects “tobacco industry interference” as the theme of the next World No Tobacco Day, which will take place on Thursday, 31 May 2012. The campaign will focus on the need to expose and counter the tobacco industry’s brazen and increasingly aggressive attempts to undermine the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC) because of the serious danger they pose to public health.

WHO urges national leaders to fight against industry attacks
On World No Tobacco Day (31 May), WHO is calling on national leaders to be extra vigilant against the increasingly aggressive attacks by the industry which undermine policies that protect people from the harms of tobacco. Tobacco kills almost 6 million people every year and is one of the leading preventable causes of illness and death around the world.

Tobacco industry trying to undermine treaty
“In recent years, multinational tobacco companies have been shamelessly fuelling a series of legal actions against governments that have been at the forefront of the war against tobacco. The industry is now stepping out of the shadows and into court rooms,” says WHO Director-General Dr Margaret Chan. “We must now stand together with these governments that have had the courage to do the right thing to protect their citizens.”

Tobacco kills millions
Tobacco kills up to half its users. By 2030, WHO estimates that tobacco will kill more than 8 million people every year, with four out of five of these deaths occurring in low and middle-income countries. Tobacco is a major risk factor for non-communicable diseases (NCDs) such as cancer, cardio-vascular disease, diabetes and chronic respiratory diseases. NCDs account for 63% of all deaths worldwide.

Secondhand smoke kills children
In nonsmokers, exposure to secondhand smoke is estimated to kill another 600 000 people annually. Almost half of all children regularly breathe air polluted by tobacco smoke and more than 40% of children have at least one smoking parent. In 2004, children accounted for nearly one third of deaths attributable to secondhand smoke.

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Post published: 31 May 2011

Every hour 10 people die from tobacco-related diseases in Brazil. In the year that number reaches 200,000 dead due to the cigarette, but in the world rises to 4 million victims, or one every 8 seconds.

To combat smoking and to disseminate information about the harms caused by cigarettes, the World Health Organization (WHO) instituted since 1987, the May 31 as World No Tobacco Day. Yes, my dear. It’s today.

It’s the cigarette that needs you and not vice versa. See the gallery. Put it out of your life at once.

Star Wars Condoms

Posted: May 29, 2012 in cinema, humor, movies
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To celebrate (or not) the 35th anniversary of the Star Wars franchise, Italian graphic designer Benedetto Papi has created the series “May the condoms be with you”, a conceptual line of Star Wars condom wrapper designs. Each one features a familiar Star Wars characters with witty sayings like Vader saying “May the Force Be With You” or Yoda saying “Do or Do Not. There is No Try.” Enjoy and may the Force be with You!


Posted: May 28, 2012 in photo
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There are moments when words are unnecessary…

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“The amazing of life is to be with someone who knows how to make of a little while a great moment.” – Unknown author

Star Wars 35th Anniversary

Posted: May 25, 2012 in cinema, movies
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A long time ago, in a theater far, far away…

I was only 7 years old when I went with my cousin to the theater to see a movie about spaceships, heroes, villains, robots and a princess in danger.

There was no internet, dvd or personal computer at that time. And now it seems that was so long long time ago for many of us who lived that time. But for me that moment in the dark room of the theater still is one of the most pleasant memories of my childhood. “Star Wars” made me fall in love with the series of films that somehow would be part of my life awakening my passion for science fiction and increasing my love for movies.

This Friday, the original “Star Wars” (or, “Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope”, if you must) turns 35.

It’s hard to believe that today, May 25th, it will be exactly 35 years since “Star Wars” was first introduced to the world. I wonder if anyone back then had any idea about how that movie and all the ones that followed in the series would affect the world and multiple generations like it did. It’s truly a movie that has inspired and united geeks around the world, and that inspiration is as strong today as ever.

You know I’m a huge “Star Wars” fan here on All That I Love (by the way, who in his right mind calls himself as Kenobi if not a fanatic for “Star Wars”?) and I hope this passion never ends although all remixes, re-re-releases and re-re-visions made by George Lucas about his movies. And excuse me, Mr. Lucas, but Greedo didn’t shoot first!!!

All Jedi through the Galaxy are celebrating this day:

Join us and travel through the tunnel of time with two timeline about the “Star Wars” history. And may the Force be With You!

STAR WARS on Wikipedia:

Enjoy the gallery:

Happy B-Day, All That I Love

Posted: May 21, 2012 in news, nude, women
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One year ago, I was publishing the first posts on this blog, Hello and Welcome, Hilda Pin Up and God’s Smile, on May 21, 2011. I never realized how long this blog would continue to exist, but now, one year later, I’m happy because I think that I created something useful and good for many people around the world who visit this blog every day. All That I love are movies, music, art, photography, poetry and women, of course. I tried to make good posts with pretty pictures and good music too.

And nothing better than to celebrate one year of life with cake and goddess Aria Giovanni…

But here we are: 150 000 all-time views, 245 published posts and 56 followers of this blog. With all my difficulties with the English language, all the problems with the WordPress server and many times with my lazy and absence of ideas about what to post, this blog is going well. Thanks to you who visit this blog and thanks to all the All That I Love followers. I’ll take a few days off to clear the mind and refresh my thoughts.

But I’ll come back. Thanks again and see you soon.