Parfois, « ça » se passe de commentaire. Mieux vaut ne rien (en) dire que risquer de (se) tromper, de déclencher des susceptibilités, voire hostilités, ou pire, de parler trop vite, au péril de risquer d’agir avec précipitation avant dialogue, concertation et tout ça, sans méthode.
Howabout (French) coffee ? No (French) comment.
About (what happenend in Southern) Algeria ? No (French) comment
About (what is going on in Northern) Mali (and Holland) ? No (French) comment.
About Armstrong (the professional) ? No (French) comment.
About environment, biodiversity, climate change and other issues that come less often than Xmas in the French media and government agenda ? No (French) comment.
About markets, taxes, prices, and other pornographic matters ? No (French) comment.
About (Tour de) France and other French business (« affaires », in French) ? No (French) comment.
About (made in or by or under the flag of) France ? No (French) comment.
About (real, but not funny) Frenchonomics ? No (French) comment.
About (fantasy, but really not funny, unless one is French and not possibly unemployed, not really underpaid, and not forced to wear expensive clown clothes or exile) Frenchonomics ? No (French) comment.
About (real, and not laughing) France at (real, and not funny, even, or maybe especially for German speaking French soldiers who can read serious real wartime newspapers) economic war ? No (French) comment.
About France at military war ? Nothing new under the sun, no (French) comment.
About the world, the stock exchange, women, cats and dogs, the weather and other issues that may mentioned on Casual Friday (#InRealLife) morning ? No comment yet, needda surf & watch & think (but try and not sink) a bit, not to mention other less decent activities like working and paperworking and homeworking between coffeeing and writing, today.
No comment, let’s have some more coffee : https://renaudfavier.com/2009/12/03/hello-world/.
Downloading some relevant pdf for printing is another option for readers with a taste for “real” paper books (or just no Kindle, but an iPhone, an iPad or whatever else works to e-read).
To “Compétitivité” : Please click : http://madeinfrance2012.wordpress.com/
To “change 2013” : Please click : http://bonneannee2013.wordpress.com/
To go to “Back in 2012” : Please Click : http://rf2012.wordpress.com/
To “France” : Please click : http://occupyvousdefrance.wordpress.com/
To “English Coffee” : Please click : http://bestcoffeeinparis.wordpress.com/
To go to “Café du matin à Paris” : Please click : https://renaudfavier.com/
To go to “U Are What U Read“: Please click : http://cestalire.wordpress.com/
Ps : howabout coffee ? No comment.