The live recording of NRYNE Online. Fully immerse yourself in the inner game product of 2016.
This program shows men how to transform themselves into a social magnet and the center of attention that attracts hot women. It is designed to teach you how to become a true ‘natural’ and gentleman.
If You Can Honestly Answer ‘Yes’ To These 3 Questions, Then I Can Show You How To Make Your Woman Orgasm EVERY Time You Have Sex – GUARANTEED!
Appealing to impulse opens a whole new world of possibilities for those who apply the formula. Alex Carter found that when women are spontaneous and hasty and operating on emotions they tend to be a lot more fun and spontaneous. He taught his techniques to a small group of men who echoed what he already learned. Impulsive desire is a very strong form of attraction. In fact, women who are ‘turned on’ this way tend to stay interested!
This course is the culmination of Alex Allman's most intense and serious research, work, and philosophies on the subject of sex and sexuality. It is currently his most advanced course.
Alex Bugnon displays a variety of influences on Soul Purpose, his second album to be marketed as a contemporary jazz release. The title track, as its name suggests, borrows from '60s Memphis soul, even if much of it is played on synthesizers. In his sleeve note for "EWF," he writes, "Learning every Earth, Wind & Fire song was a big part of my musical education." Actually, that tune doesn't sound much like Earth, Wind & Fire, but "Rio.com" (nominally a Brazilian number) and "Changes" certainly do, though Bugnon smoothes out the band's familiar funk rhythms.
No chance Franks is going to change the formula now after all these years, but what a great formula it is. Michael Franks delivers another superb collection of idiosyncratic pop songs as only he can - this time out with a bit of a Brazilian flavored twist. Features Chuck Loeb (guitar, keyboards, programming), David Sancious (piano, keyboards), Jeff Lorber (keyboards, programming), Michael White (drums) and Eric Marienthal.
Une approche des mathématiques conciliant les aspects historique et scientifique. D'un thème à l'autre, d'une époque à l'autre, de l'Inde au Japon en passant par les Etats-Unis, de la préhistoire au monde des traders, tous les domaines des mathématiques sont exposés au travers d'anecdotes : l'apparition des nombres, le système décimal, le nombre d'or, le tangram, les probabilités, etc. …