Signs you grew up Mauritian


Sharing this masterpiece by a Mauritian living in Canada, I guess... who's got a blog called the lifeaholicislanderblog.

WOT? You don’t these signs?

  • If you don’t know how to make a rougaille, you’re not a true Mauritian.

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14 Donts that won’t get you barred or banned by Facebook


Through the Islander's Prism

Facebook Notifications Management (Mark as Spam!)

Facebook doesn’t like bots or other automated services that would bother its 800 million user-base. The platform expects civilized and uninterested human interaction and will not hesitate to chop down heads in some cases.

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Synthetic Marijuana : While Others Can’t See, Let’s Level Up the Alarms…

Synthetic Marijuana : While Others Can’t See, Let’s Level Up the Alarms…


Preamble

While the country’s Prime Minister Anerood Jugnauth and Health Minister, Anil Gayan, keep publicly denying realistic relationships between synthetic drugs overdose with some cases of suspicious youth death, We, simple commoners know for sure, that synthetic marijuana is linked to psychosis, brain, and kidney damage.

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Ecological Footprint – How to reduce our’s for a Better Sustainable Environment

Ecological Footprint – How to reduce our’s for a Better Sustainable Environment


Through the Islander's Prism

First, let’s define the term Ecological Footprint

The ecological footprint is a measure of human demand on the Earth’s ecosystems. It is a standardized measure of demand for natural capital that may be contrasted with the planet’s ecological capacity to regenerate. It represents the amount of biologically productive land and sea area necessary to supply the resources a human population consumes, and to assimilate associated waste.

Wikipedia

An ecological footprint is the measure of how much of earth’s biological capacity is required by an individual, group, or activity.

eHow.com

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Libérez… Délivrez… Le Cannabis à Maurice

Libérez… Délivrez… Le Cannabis à Maurice


Pour la Libéralisation de la Consommation du Cannabis

Oui… Combien même ce serait (en ce moment surtout) politiquement incorrect, je me rangerai du coté des pro-cannabis, bien que je n’en suis plus consommateur… Non plus parce que mes amis, mes enfants majeurs, leurs amis et les amis de leurs amis en consomment régulièrement de manière récréationnelle… encore moins parce que je crois en ces rites religieux qui permettent son utilisation ( je ne crois d’ailleurs aucunement en la spiritualité du THC), mais bien parce qu’il est enfin temps d’avancer sur le plan de la lutte contre le trafic de drogues et sur le traitement des dépendants, à Maurice. Continue reading

Why DOOH Advertising is Big Thing…

Why DOOH Advertising is Big Thing…


Basically Out-of-Home (OOH) advertising is about reaching target consumers while out at work, travelling, in transit, shopping or socializing. DOOH is its Digital offspring.

According to a Posterscope USA OOH consumer survey, 23% of 18-34s search while on the street; 26% search while travelling on a bus/train/car; and 26% shop while on their mobile. This trend is not only an American exclusive. It is being experienced almost everywhere, like in South Africa poised to become the World’s 16th OOH market with revenues of the order of R5.1 Billion. South Africa also tops the continent in terms of digitized OOH sector, with a R1.7 billion-worth market. Continue reading

Bonne fet Moris, Exkiz Nou!


Reblogged from Meera Appadoo's beautiful blog...

Yes I am proud to be called Mauritian, proud of having been born in a peaceful country which gives me all I need to be happy and prosperous.

Not only us...

Bonne Fete mo zoli ti zil … Bonne fete!

Happy Independence day Mauritius! Beautiful Island! Yes I am proud to be called Mauritian, proud of having been born in a peaceful country which gives me all I need to be happy and prosperous.

Thank you Mauritius!

This gratefulness is marred with a feeling of guilt though. You give so much, yet what have you received from us; children of yours?

Excuse me Mauritius!

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