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Silvio
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10/22/2002
11:41:44
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Anyone in Brazil know ANdrew Lind? I attended school with him as a child and his parents were missionaries in Brazil. This was in the early 1980s. He had a grandpa that was missing fingers. Very nice guy. He used to sing for us in church.
Grazie.


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10/22/2002
12:07:31
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Could you zero in a little? Brazil is larger than the continental US and has a population of 170 million. If you had a city and a little more info someone might be able to check in the phone directory for you.

Just passing by


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10/22/2002
12:17:50
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I don't remember, that's why I didn't put it. I think Rio. It was a big city, one of the main ones. If you don't know Andrew Lind, then don't worry about it, keep on passin gby.




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10/23/2002
10:39:18
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hey silvia i think maybe i heard of him but maybe not so much
because other andrews too! i know andrew is an exchange
studnet but i dont know last name so this is the andrews i
know. he is 20 and from college to be studying but maybe he
is not in brazil now like i am not. ive never visit rio but its so
nice. fingers not there! wow! so weird and funny too! like
maybe its not so nice but can be sad too but also funny! sing
sing sing with no fingers! maybe you have luck! just keep your
fingers!


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10/23/2002
15:02:17
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I don know how he lost his fingers.

Thanks for your effort, he must be hard to find.

Come to htink of it, it may have been Argentina.


crackers
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10/23/2002
15:04:39
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i think you are the one from argentina! its so far from where
the fingers are lost! your andrew is not here too! hahahaha!


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11/03/2002
19:01:45
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I am looking for a way to locate a former classmate from Sao Paulo who was a foreign exchange student in the United States, but would like to use something like the white pages, but can't find any in English. Does anyone have any suggestions?


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11/03/2002
20:45:27
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Don't wanna sound impertinent here, but seems to me a fellers name wouldn't change whether it was in Sao Paulo or the U.S. of A. So it wouldn't matter what language you was lookin fer him in as long as you knew how to spell the name.

Now take me, I'd be MadMax iff'n I was in Joga or Californy chasing them gals with rings in their noses. Course I'd be MadMax without any gonads iff'n Mazie caught me. That might make a difference.


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11/03/2002
21:22:04
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caca. haha. caca. haha. caca ha ha.


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11/03/2002
21:23:09
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caca is delicious. haha. HAHAHAHAHAHAHA. im tiny and (*&^in my pants!. haha!


Anonymous
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11/04/2002
15:11:35
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I thought that this was a serious web site for questions. There are no white pages that I have found for Brazil on any of the search engines that I know of (e.g. AOL, Yahoo, etc.). So, I fully understand his name wouldn't change.


the real egads
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11/04/2002
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