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Sounds insane doesn’t it? So insane in fact that had I not heard of its effectiveness from a reliable source (a co-worker), I would never have considered trying it. But try it I did (on my most recent Ireland-Argentina flight), and most effective did I find it. Extremely so in fact: thus far, I have experienced no jetlag from the journey (where I would normally spend several days recovering).
So what is this miracle cure? It involves massaging (or applying pressure to) certain parts of your body, at certain times during the flight. It’s a little complicated, so I think it best to leave the full explanation to the experts: Jetlag Treatment from NaturoDoc.
Many thanks to Stéphane for bringing it to my attention.
The following is my summation of what seems to be the world media’s (with the exception of just one Financial Times article I found) perception of why we rejected the Lisbon Treaty (which we did not in fact do, I’ll explain shortly) today:
- We did not understand the treaty
- We wanted more from Europe
- We voted not against the treaty, but against our politicians
Of course the above is rubbish. Any reporter who had taken the time to research our issues properly would have known this.
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