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  • magnusmefisto - Magnus Mefisto @magnusmefisto 2 hours ago
  • Tengo paja de escribir así que voy a copiar textual lo que puso @juanmaparadiso: 
Déjenme contarles la IMPORTANCIA de estas fotos. 
Como verán tiene una marca de agua con el nombre del fotógrafo y GettyImages. Ok. Aquí viene lo shiiidoooo.
Getty Images es la Agencia de Fotos más importante del mundo, todas las revistas de espectáculos impresas y digitales del planeta publican sus imágenes, las cuales suelen ser de celebridades o gente muy importante del ambiente." Si lo dice Juan, yo le creo. A mi me parece flashero verme ahi y que una foto mia valga 500 dolares. Con que me tiren un 10% ya soy feliz. 
Gracias @wbpictures.ar por la invitación.
#GettyImages #InvitadoWb #Warner #Annabelle3 Tengo paja de escribir así que voy a copiar textual lo que puso @juanmaparadiso: Déjenme contarles la IMPORTANCIA de estas fotos. Como verán tiene una marca de agua con el nombre del fotógrafo y GettyImages. Ok. Aquí viene lo shiiidoooo. Getty Images es la Agencia de Fotos más importante del mundo, todas las revistas de espectáculos impresas y digitales del planeta publican sus imágenes, las cuales suelen ser de celebridades o gente muy importante del ambiente." Si lo dice Juan, yo le creo. A mi me parece flashero verme ahi y que una foto mia valga 500 dolares. Con que me tiren un 10% ya soy feliz. Gracias @wbpictures.ar por la invitación. #gettyimages #invitadowb #warner #annabelle3
  • Tengo paja de escribir así que voy a copiar textual lo que puso @juanmaparadiso: Déjenme contarles la IMPORTANCIA de estas fotos. Como verán tiene una marca de agua con el nombre del fotógrafo y GettyImages. Ok. Aquí viene lo shiiidoooo. Getty Images es la Agencia de Fotos más importante del mundo, todas las revistas de espectáculos impresas y digitales del planeta publican sus imágenes, las cuales suelen ser de celebridades o gente muy importante del ambiente." Si lo dice Juan, yo le creo. A mi me parece flashero verme ahi y que una foto mia valga 500 dolares. Con que me tiren un 10% ya soy feliz. Gracias @wbpictures.ar por la invitación. #gettyimages #invitadowb #warner #annabelle3
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  • special.photo.gallery - Photogallery @special.photo.gallery 3 hours ago
  • @brentstirton I’m often working in places where people chew Betel nut. This gent selling hand-rolled cigarettes in Mount Hagen, #Papua New Guinea, is no exception. Next time you see someone chewing, maybe consider the following and pass it on to them. Betel nut has a long history in South and Southeast Asia and the #Pacific Basin. In Guam and other Pacific islands, its use can be traced back as far as 2,000 years. A habit passed down through generations, chewing betel nut is a time-honored custom for 10–20 percent of the world’s population. Many people chew #betel nut for the energy boost it produces, likened to drinking 6 cups of coffee. This is likely due to the nut’s natural alkaloids, which release adrenaline. It may also result in feelings of euphoria and well-being. Today, the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that around 600 million people use some form of betel nut. It is one of the most popular psychoactive substances in the world, in fourth place after nicotine, alcohol, and caffeine. Research has revealed some serious health risks of betel nut. The #WHO classifies betel nut as a carcinogen. Many studies have shown a convincing link between betel nut use and #cancer of the mouth and esophagus. Doesn’t seem worth it to me.  #natgeo #gettyimages #UnitedNations #healthline @brentstirton I’m often working in places where people chew Betel nut. This gent selling hand-rolled cigarettes in Mount Hagen, #papua New Guinea, is no exception. Next time you see someone chewing, maybe consider the following and pass it on to them. Betel nut has a long history in South and Southeast Asia and the #pacific Basin. In Guam and other Pacific islands, its use can be traced back as far as 2,000 years. A habit passed down through generations, chewing betel nut is a time-honored custom for 10–20 percent of the world’s population. Many people chew #betel nut for the energy boost it produces, likened to drinking 6 cups of coffee. This is likely due to the nut’s natural alkaloids, which release adrenaline. It may also result in feelings of euphoria and well-being. Today, the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that around 600 million people use some form of betel nut. It is one of the most popular psychoactive substances in the world, in fourth place after nicotine, alcohol, and caffeine. Research has revealed some serious health risks of betel nut. The #who classifies betel nut as a carcinogen. Many studies have shown a convincing link between betel nut use and #cancer of the mouth and esophagus. Doesn’t seem worth it to me. #natgeo #gettyimages #unitednations #healthline
  • @brentstirton I’m often working in places where people chew Betel nut. This gent selling hand-rolled cigarettes in Mount Hagen, #papua New Guinea, is no exception. Next time you see someone chewing, maybe consider the following and pass it on to them. Betel nut has a long history in South and Southeast Asia and the #pacific Basin. In Guam and other Pacific islands, its use can be traced back as far as 2,000 years. A habit passed down through generations, chewing betel nut is a time-honored custom for 10–20 percent of the world’s population. Many people chew #betel nut for the energy boost it produces, likened to drinking 6 cups of coffee. This is likely due to the nut’s natural alkaloids, which release adrenaline. It may also result in feelings of euphoria and well-being. Today, the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that around 600 million people use some form of betel nut. It is one of the most popular psychoactive substances in the world, in fourth place after nicotine, alcohol, and caffeine. Research has revealed some serious health risks of betel nut. The #who classifies betel nut as a carcinogen. Many studies have shown a convincing link between betel nut use and #cancer of the mouth and esophagus. Doesn’t seem worth it to me. #natgeo #gettyimages #unitednations #healthline
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  • brentstirton - Brent Stirton @brentstirton 3 hours ago
  • I’m often working in places where people chew Betel nut. This gent selling hand-rolled cigarettes in Mount Hagen, #Papua New Guinea, is no exception. Next time you see someone chewing, maybe consider the following and pass it on to them. Betel nut has a long history in South and Southeast Asia and the #Pacific Basin. In Guam and other Pacific islands, its use can be traced back as far as 2,000 years. A habit passed down through generations, chewing betel nut is a time-honored custom for 10–20 percent of the world’s population. Many people chew #betel nut for the energy boost it produces, likened to drinking 6 cups of coffee. This is likely due to the nut’s natural alkaloids, which release adrenaline. It may also result in feelings of euphoria and well-being. Today, the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that around 600 million people use some form of betel nut. It is one of the most popular psychoactive substances in the world, in fourth place after nicotine, alcohol, and caffeine. Research has revealed some serious health risks of betel nut. The #WHO classifies betel nut as a carcinogen. Many studies have shown a convincing link between betel nut use and #cancer of the mouth and esophagus. Doesn’t seem worth it to me.  #natgeo #gettyimages #UnitedNations #healthline I’m often working in places where people chew Betel nut. This gent selling hand-rolled cigarettes in Mount Hagen, #papua New Guinea, is no exception. Next time you see someone chewing, maybe consider the following and pass it on to them. Betel nut has a long history in South and Southeast Asia and the #pacific Basin. In Guam and other Pacific islands, its use can be traced back as far as 2,000 years. A habit passed down through generations, chewing betel nut is a time-honored custom for 10–20 percent of the world’s population. Many people chew #betel nut for the energy boost it produces, likened to drinking 6 cups of coffee. This is likely due to the nut’s natural alkaloids, which release adrenaline. It may also result in feelings of euphoria and well-being. Today, the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that around 600 million people use some form of betel nut. It is one of the most popular psychoactive substances in the world, in fourth place after nicotine, alcohol, and caffeine. Research has revealed some serious health risks of betel nut. The #who classifies betel nut as a carcinogen. Many studies have shown a convincing link between betel nut use and #cancer of the mouth and esophagus. Doesn’t seem worth it to me. #natgeo #gettyimages #unitednations #healthline
  • I’m often working in places where people chew Betel nut. This gent selling hand-rolled cigarettes in Mount Hagen, #papua New Guinea, is no exception. Next time you see someone chewing, maybe consider the following and pass it on to them. Betel nut has a long history in South and Southeast Asia and the #pacific Basin. In Guam and other Pacific islands, its use can be traced back as far as 2,000 years. A habit passed down through generations, chewing betel nut is a time-honored custom for 10–20 percent of the world’s population. Many people chew #betel nut for the energy boost it produces, likened to drinking 6 cups of coffee. This is likely due to the nut’s natural alkaloids, which release adrenaline. It may also result in feelings of euphoria and well-being. Today, the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that around 600 million people use some form of betel nut. It is one of the most popular psychoactive substances in the world, in fourth place after nicotine, alcohol, and caffeine. Research has revealed some serious health risks of betel nut. The #who classifies betel nut as a carcinogen. Many studies have shown a convincing link between betel nut use and #cancer of the mouth and esophagus. Doesn’t seem worth it to me. #natgeo #gettyimages #unitednations #healthline
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