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Javier Ramírez
1245 pencils

Very good! Very strong!!!

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Elrehpani's picture

muy bueno me encanta...
ademas te muestra la realidad

Elrehpani's picture

muy bueno me encanta...
ademas te muestra la realidad

jsantanaxp's picture
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good photograph, but we cannot forget them benefits.


luispiter's picture
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uffffff is very nice the concept...

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kent dika

it's a great idea, how can get it?

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Handsome Wong
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Thank you very much!

floydeepurple's picture
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great...first i thought it must be from thailand...

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really nice idea. well done.

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"c" missing in "effetively"

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Khaleelullah chemnad

Really touching idea. very nice

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A stranger abroad
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Is this an actual treatment? Or a quack remedy? There is no small print or advice to see your doctor, so it seems odd.

Screw the creative, it is immoral to promise cures for incurable diseases. In most jurisdictions it is illegal.

I know there are new treatments for Parkinson's, thank goodness, but it is still incurable. There are treatments, but nothing 'beats' it. I hope this is a translation error and what they mean is 'Effectively treats (reduces?) tremors caused by P's disease.' Promising to BEAT Parkinson's is nothing but a cruel trick on sufferers.

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