Blue Pill


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Medical history A pill containing mercury, sweetener, flavoring and excipient, formerly used as a purgative, also known as mercury mass
Sexual health Viagra®

Vox populi A term that has become a metaphor for accepting the world as it is, to continue living one’s life as if in a dream. The term is from a pivotal scene in the sci-fi classic film The Matrix in which the protagonist, Neo, chooses to take the red pill and learn the realities of his simulated existence
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 Whether they picked the red or blue pill is incidental- and it's irrevocable.
By comparison, the neoclassical tradition, which is the mainstream of economics, is the blue pill. Think about what you learn if you do a standard Master of Commerce or Master of Economics degree.
The Thai diamond-shaped little blue pill, which looks like the original made by US pharma giant Pfizer, has been named "Sidegra" and will be sold on prescription across Thailand on October 1.
The Thai diamond-shaped little blue pill, which resembles the original produced by US pharmaceutical giant Pfizer, is called "Sidegra" and will be available on prescription across the country on October 1.
Back in 2009 President Obama was quoted as defining CER as comparing the "blue pill versus the red pill," and he explained that if they worked equally well but one cost less, then the lower-priced pill should be utilized.
"I normally take a blue pill in the morning but today I was given a pink one?"
AS Morpheus in The Matrix, Laurence Fishburne offered Keanu Reeves' character a choice: he could take a red pill to awaken himself to painful reality or take a blue pill to continue living in ignorance.
Summary: "You take the blue pill and the story ends.Aa You wake in your bed and you believe whatever you want to believe.Aa You take the red pill and you stay in Wonderland, and I show you how deep the rabbit-hole goes." Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton swallowed the red pill on February 15, and asserted that Iran is sliding into a military dictatorship.
President Obama put it this way: "There's going to be some disagreement, but if there's broad agreement that in this situation the blue pill works better than the red pill, and it turns out the blue pills are half as expensive as the red pill, then we want to make sure that doctors and patients have that information available to them."
A large number of married Saudi youths are flocking to pharmacies to take hold of Viagra - "the little blue pill" - or any other stimulants that will give them more satisfaction.
VIAGRA LOST SOME OF ITS "VIVA" when the Federal rug Administration (FDA) shut down Pfizer's attempt to market its "little blue pill" through an online video game.
What Queen discovered a decade ago has been confirmed in a recent study funded by Viagra maker Pfizer--women can benefit from the little blue pill.