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Subject: Brazilian People?


Posted by Mike
On Tuesday, July 23, 2002 at 23:05:01

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What type of people live in Brazil?
I know that they speak portugese(ms), but is it a mix like America? I met a Brazilian girl that was Italian-Brazilian. I know that half of Brazilians have African blood in them. Do they have Indian blood in them too?
RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by eu
On Wednesday, July 24, 2002 at 06:08:16

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it is not half population who's got african blood is just the junk people who lives in nordest
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Posted by Boris
On Wednesday, July 24, 2002 at 06:13:24

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Well, my friend, I have many friends who belong to the 'the junk people who lives nordest'... I presume you are a gaucho...
RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by Randy
On Wednesday, July 24, 2002 at 06:50:30

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Just know this Mike. I have never met so many friendly people as the ones from Brazil...even the Brazilians living in the US have not changed..they are very friendly. I have many friends both female and male in Brazil and in New Orleans and they are great! From what I have seen there is a great mix in Brazilians, just like in the US..European (German, Italian)blood, African, and many Japanese! It does not matter though.....everyone I have met has been nice, intelligent, and fun! (don't get me wrong...I am sure there are Brazilians that are not this way...just like every country, but I have not met any!!!)
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Posted by Brazil
On Wednesday, July 24, 2002 at 17:11:07

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Brazilians are cool people, that cant be denied. The only time they are not is when some wise ass european immigrates to Brazil and acts like as if they are better than everyone else.

If you live in Brazil, you are considered Brazilian. Unlike the U.S. where an immigrant can never be considered american, but a foreigner.
RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by LS
On Wednesday, July 24, 2002 at 19:41:35

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Hey EU, you better pray and thank GOD every night that you got this forum to hide behind. You say the the Brazilians w/ African blood are junk people huh? Meet up with this African and I'll show you some junk people.
RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by Rene Hass
On Wednesday, July 24, 2002 at 21:09:32

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This one goes to BORIS:

Boris, why do you presume that people like "eu" are gauchos? Just because he cited people from the northeast as "junk people"? I have noticed that whenever someone like "eu" writes a racist remark, they are labelled as gauchos. I am a gaucho who still lives in Rio Grande do Sul and I can assure you that most people here are very fond of our countrymen in the northeast. Whatever your reasons might be, gauchos are not as obnoxious as "eu". "Eu" may be a gaucho. But he may also be a "paulista", a "carioca", a "mineiro" etc. And for your humble information, black people are also part of the hardworking population of Rio Grande do Sul. There ain't no difference today between the race mix in Rio Grande do Sul and other states in Brazil.
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Posted by braslvr
On Wednesday, July 24, 2002 at 22:24:27

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The people of the Nordeste are the the reason I am braslvr. I guess I like junk.
RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by Bors
On Thursday, July 25, 2002 at 00:58:53

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To Rene:

I was just in Porto Alegre last month. In my experience, gauchos are a lot more racist then other Brazilians. Of course, I am commiting a major offense by generalizing, but this is my opinion and experience.
RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by Colin
On Thursday, July 25, 2002 at 06:39:40

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To EU

I was born in England but lived on the privileged side of the fence in apartheid South Africa. I saw first hand the humiliation and poverty that people had to suffer due to the colour of their skin.

Africans were always “perceived” as the Bogey man…. the murdering thieves and savages who would rape and murder white women and children as they slept in their beds! And yet all the brutality and provocation I ever witnessed in South Africa came from white people, mainly Police or Army types!

All the Africans I got to know where friendly decent people. I never experienced any hostility at all. I came to realize very early in my life that racism was driven by FEAR...
At school we were raised with fear….fear of failure, fear of the cane, fear of military service, fear of the Communists and most of all fear of the Black Peril.

Brazil for me was an eye opener. Never have I experienced such a friendly, dynamic, mixed and multi racial society. It obviously has its many problems but it generally has a healthy attitude towards race. I was amazed at the diversity in a single family never mind the greater population.

People are welcome to go and live in some mythical perfect “white” homeland with all its paranoid Germanic obsessions about race. I would rather live with real people in a real world!

RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by This is for Colin
On Thursday, July 25, 2002 at 17:40:25

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Ola amigos! Guys here we've got a dude, name Colin from the UK. I'm sure by now all your valued readers of this forum must have a real bad impression of white South Africans, not TRUE! People like Colin born in the UK, came to South Africa(or his parents) came to South Africa for financial gain!(Currency Pound - Rand in those days +- 5 South African Rands to 1 Pound!!! - Now it's almost 16 Rand to the Pound) During the Apartheid years, loads of English scum came and settle down here in South Africa, started big enterprises, treating blacks, whites lets say locals with no-respect! Underpaid them, supporting the Goverment of day 100%. That fact remain this was in their interest!! Much to gain, when they(Colin and his mates) where called upon to do National Service, they quickly turned to draft doggers!! Running away to the UK!

I happened to join the "Exercito"(Colin this is army in Portuguese) which was "Obrigatorio" Non compliance resulted in jail sentences. Your choice, my choice, I joined the army! I'm sure many will agree with me! I for one, don't want to end up in jail. Not now or them!

Colin have a look at crime statistics!!!!! Have you ever lost friends or family in a farm attack?? No!!! Cause you were sitting in Sandton(Rich area in Johannesburg overflowing with expats!!! Cause they can pay for private security!) People, I happen to be of German desent, needless to say, I'm not a Nazi! Colin, I think you must plan your message before you post it here! I for one also lived in Brazil, lots of racisism everywhere my friend - black on white, white on black!!! Smell the roses Idiot! Colin, please do some research, I'm sure you'll see that lots of black on black violence happened during those dark years!!

When we(South Africa) became democratic, thanks God!! These expats, quickly started supporting the new goverment - loads of money where passed on! Colin, I work with many people from the UK, my friend, their opinion on blacks are very much in line with the old South Africa!!! I actually feel disgusted upon hearing some their comments! So what's your point??? Please don't come back here, you might get hijack at the airport!!! He He!!! Maybe by whites!!

In South Africa, crime is out of control, due to the Police not having powers to control it! Read South African news" www.iol.co.za or www.news24.com" Reserve your views untill you've followed the above mentioned sites!! We are swamped with corruption, drugs and whatever!!

Boa dia (It's morning here!)

Tchau

Boa sorte!
RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by This is for Colin
On Thursday, July 25, 2002 at 17:40:42

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Ola amigos! Guys here we've got a dude, name Colin from the UK. I'm sure by now all your valued readers of this forum must have a real bad impression of white South Africans, not TRUE! People like Colin born in the UK, came to South Africa(or his parents) came to South Africa for financial gain!(Currency Pound - Rand in those days +- 5 South African Rands to 1 Pound!!! - Now it's almost 16 Rand to the Pound) During the Apartheid years, loads of English scum came and settle down here in South Africa, started big enterprises, treating blacks, whites lets say locals with no-respect! Underpaid them, supporting the Goverment of day 100%. That fact remain this was in their interest!! Much to gain, when they(Colin and his mates) where called upon to do National Service, they quickly turned to draft doggers!! Running away to the UK!

I happened to join the "Exercito"(Colin this is army in Portuguese) which was "Obrigatorio" Non compliance resulted in jail sentences. Your choice, my choice, I joined the army! I'm sure many will agree with me! I for one, don't want to end up in jail. Not now or them!

Colin have a look at crime statistics!!!!! Have you ever lost friends or family in a farm attack?? No!!! Cause you were sitting in Sandton(Rich area in Johannesburg overflowing with expats!!! Cause they can pay for private security!) People, I happen to be of German desent, needless to say, I'm not a Nazi! Colin, I think you must plan your message before you post it here! I for one also lived in Brazil, lots of racisism everywhere my friend - black on white, white on black!!! Smell the roses Idiot! Colin, please do some research, I'm sure you'll see that lots of black on black violence happened during those dark years!!

When we(South Africa) became democratic, thanks God!! These expats, quickly started supporting the new goverment - loads of money where passed on! Colin, I work with many people from the UK, my friend, their opinion on blacks are very much in line with the old South Africa!!! I actually feel disgusted upon hearing some their comments! So what's your point??? Please don't come back here, you might get hijack at the airport!!! He He!!! Maybe by whites!!

In South Africa, crime is out of control, due to the Police not having powers to control it! Read South African news" www.iol.co.za or www.news24.com" Reserve your views untill you've followed the above mentioned sites!! We are swamped with corruption, drugs and whatever!!

Boa dia (It's morning here!)

Tchau

Boa sorte!
RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by Colin
On Friday, July 26, 2002 at 04:45:31

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My father was transferred to SA in the 70’s. We were certainly never rich or lived in any wealthy suburbs such as Sandton. We paid taxes and did our own house and garden work.
I say my life was privileged because by comparison to most of those poor buggers living under plastic bags it was.

If you pay a visit onto South African forums many still live in this mythical frame of mind that poverty and crime never existed in the old South Africa. The truth is it was always there just hidden from view. I agree the Rand was strong in the 80’s. But the question never asked is where did all that money go?

Was it developing a colossal war machine that ended up rotting on the railways at Verwoerdburg? Perhaps it went into that vast white elephant called Mossgas where the accounting fraud, mismanagement and corruption could beat any US Corporate scams! The only corrupt Africans involved that time where all WHITE…!!

Meanwhile down the road turn left into the bush and people were living in squalor. That was always the true reality of South Africa. Nothing not even bread filtered down to most of them.

When I worked for the Government Computer Services in Pretoria the treatment and verbal abuse towards the black staff was disgusting and degrading. Many times I came to peoples defence and was insulted myself and was even threatened on several occasions.

I have witnessed defenceless black women being beaten, verbally abused and dragged along the ground in front of their children by the Police. It was not an everyday occurrence but it happened and those memories will never leave me.

I worked at many municipalities, schools and other services in many of the Townships around Cape Town. I was the only “white man” around…..not once was I ever threatened, intimidated, robbed or mugged….even when leaving late evening….I have felt more fear in parts of America.

I never owned a Firearm while living in SA either. My car was burgled once in all the time I lived there. In England my car was burgled 6 times in 6 months…and much of it was pure vandalism!!!

I will agree that the situation in SA has changed and crime has gone through the roof now.
However I believe that much of South Africa’s deterioration now could have been avoided if some people had some vision and preparation very early on and most of all some decency and respect for others less fortunate.

What you sow is what you reap……treat people like savages and that is what they become!










RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by Mike
On Friday, July 26, 2002 at 12:24:00

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What is a gaucho? I always though that Brazilian's were 1/2 African and 1/2 Portugal, but I find this is not true. No wonder that they are good in many things, like us Americans we have a little bit of everything here.
RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by Boris
On Friday, July 26, 2002 at 12:49:24

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Gauchos (and I may be wrong) are generally people from South of Brazil, states of Santa Catarina, Rio Grande do Sul and possibly Parana... The actual word was very close in meaning to a cowboy in the US. Can be used as an equivalent of Redneck.
RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by Scala
On Saturday, July 27, 2002 at 11:10:32

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Definitively, GAUCHO is the brazilian born in the state of Rio Grande do Sul, the most southern state of Brazil.
RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by Randy Paul
On Sunday, July 28, 2002 at 14:12:47

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>Can be used as an equivalent of Redneck.

Only if you believe in perpetuating ill-informed stereotypes. As Scala said it refers only to people from Rio Grande do Sul and is not the equivalent of redneck.

Ronaldinho, the Brazilian soccer player was referred to for a long time as "Ronaldinho Gaúcho." I suppose you think that he is a redneck, too?
RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by thaïs
On Sunday, July 28, 2002 at 15:44:36

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hey brazilians r great!!!! and we dont have a"brazilian face". here we have black people, white people, morenos, mulatos.. and a person from nordest isnt worse than a person from another part of here. thats a stupid point!
RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by eu
On Monday, July 29, 2002 at 12:17:46

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LS you write very inteligents. I think you maybe no more need sell coca on street.
RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by Boris
On Monday, July 29, 2002 at 12:40:40

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No, he is a 'brown neck' :)
RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by MIke
On Monday, July 29, 2002 at 12:49:45

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Thais- Your rrrrwhite :)
RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by Rene Hass
On Monday, July 29, 2002 at 15:52:18

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To Mike, Boris and Randy Paul:

Gaúchos, as Scala said, are those who were born in the state of Rio Grande do Sul. Just like Cariocas are those who were born in the state of Rio de Janeiro. So, gaúcho is an adjective -- and a noun -- to refer to people or things from Rio Grande do Sul.

I may be wrong, but it seems to me that "redneck" is a derogatory word in American English. Am I right?

At least, that's what my dictonary says: "Redneck = man who lives in a country area, esp. one who is uneducated or poor and has strong, unreasonable opinions. (Longman Dictionary of English Language and Culture - 1992)

The dictionary has also a culture note saying that rednecks are an American stereotype. People think of them as driving pick-up trucks, owning and using guns, having sexist and racist attitudes, and drinking beer. (Longman Dictionary of English Language and Culture - 1992)

So, I guess that the word in Brazilian Portuguese that comes closer to the dictionary definition of "redneck" is "caipira" or "caipirão". Some regional words such as "grosso" (used in Rio Grande do Sul) and "jeca" (used in São Paulo) can be a good match too.

But by no means "gaúcho" matches "redneck".

The word "gaucho" is also used in Uruguay and Argentina to refer to cowboys. And that's what it originally means in Brazilian Portuguese as well: a cowboy from the Pampas area. When Brazil turned into a country and its southernmost area became the state of Rio Grande do Sul, the word "gaúcho" got a second meaning, i.e., the people or things from the state of Rio Grande do Sul. It can be both a noun and an adjective.

Thanks,

Rene

RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by Randy Paul
On Monday, July 29, 2002 at 18:50:50

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Rene,

I agree. One of my best friends here in New York is a gaúcho from Cachoeira do Sul. He is of Arabic ancestry and hardly a redneck.

Redneck, by the way, is also an offensive stereotype. Assuming someone behaves in a certain way and has certain beliefs simply because of where they come from is intellectually lazy and short-sighted.

Rene, if I ever find myself in Rio Grande do Sul vamos tomar chimarrao, tche? :-)


RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by Randy Paul
On Monday, July 29, 2002 at 18:50:56

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Rene,

I agree. One of my best friends here in New York is a gaúcho from Cachoeira do Sul. He is of Arabic ancestry and hardly a redneck.

Redneck, by the way, is also an offensive stereotype. Assuming someone behaves in a certain way and has certain beliefs simply because of where they come from is intellectually lazy and short-sighted.

Rene, if I ever find myself in Rio Grande do Sul vamos tomar chimarrao, tche? :-)


RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by Rene Hass
On Monday, July 29, 2002 at 20:12:52

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People: when I posted a reply about Gaúchos above, my computer accused an error and my message couldn’t be viewed. So, when I got back home, I decided to write it again. It is below if you want to read it. Thanks, Rene.

A gaúcho is someone who was born or comes from the state of Rio Grande do Sul, which is the southernmost state in Brazil. In this sense, “gaúcho” is a noun.

“Gaúcho” is also used to refer to things or people of Rio Grande do Sul. In this sense, “gaúcho” is an adjective.

I, for example, am a gaúcho because I was born in Porto Alegre, which is the state capital.

To make things easier to understand, let’s take the following as an example: all of you who often come to Brazzil.com are people who know well about Brazil, I assume. And you must know that Rio de Janeiro is perhaps the best known Brazilian city abroad. And you all know that CARIOCA is the word used to refer to people who were born in Rio de Janeiro or people and things that come from Rio de Janeiro. So “gaúcho” is for Rio Grande do Sul what “carioca” is for Rio de Janeiro.

Redneck:
My Longman Dictionary of the English Language and Culture (1992) tells me that a “redneck” is a derogatory word used especially in American English to mean a man who lives in a country area, especially one who is uneducated or poor and has strong, unreasonable opinions. The entry to “redneck” has a cultural note that says that rednecks are an American stereotype. People think of them as driving pick-up trucks, owning and using guns, having sexist and racist attitudes, and drinking beer.

Well, in the light of the dictionary definition of a redneck, I can say that we do not have a word for redneck in Brazil. What I can think of as the closest match for “redneck” in Brazilian Portuguese is the word “caipira”. There are also some regional words such as “grosso” (in Rio Grande do Sul) and “jeca” (in São Paulo). Any Brazilian native will think of a “caipira” as an uneducated and poor person whose opinions are often unreasonable.

So, “gaúcho” does not mean “redneck” in English.

As for soccer players, some of them have their origin adjective added to their names in order to tell them from others bearing the same name. That is what has happened to Ronaldinho Gaúcho. He had the word “Gaúcho” added to his name so as to tell him from Ronaldinho, or Ronaldo, which was born in Rio. Other examples from soccer are Juninho Paulista (= from São Paulo) and Marcelinho Carioca (=from Rio).

Originally, “gaúcho” was the word used to refer to the cowboys of the plain areas that cover Argentina, Uruguay and the southern half of Rio Grande do Sul. The word “gaucho” (without the mark over “u”) is still used today to refer to the cowboys in Argentina and Uruguay, where Spanish is spoken.

Historically, the area where Rio Grande do Sul is today belonged to Spain on account of the Tortesillas Treaty. When Portugal decided to expand the Brazilian territory towards the south, they found a huge area of grassy plains which they called “Continente de São Pedro do Rio Grande do Sul”. Only indians lived here. Because of Spanish influence, the cowboys that started living here were known as “gaúchos”. When Brazil became a country and the Continente de São Pedro do Rio Grande do Sul became a province and then the state of Rio Grande do Sul, the word “gaúcho” was kept on to refer to the people born there and to the people and things that come from there.

Portugal needed people to settle down in Rio Grande do Sul. So, the first Europeans to get here were Portuguese settlers from the Azores. There came black people (slaves) from Africa as well. After the independence, other European settlers came to live here, especially Germans and Italians. Because of that, “gaúchos” are unreasonably regarded today as the most racist people in Brazil, which is not true. That’s how many Brazilians from other states see us here in Rio Grande do Sul: the most racist society in Brazil. Again, that is not true! I understand that racism is -- unfortunately -- still present in Brazil, though not so strong, but we cannot say that people from a certain state are more racist than people from another state on account of their European roots only.

Thanks,

Rene

RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by MIke
On Monday, July 29, 2002 at 21:01:58

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Rene you sound very beautful and you sound very smart. Thanks! Where are you from? That decent are you?
RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by Fernando
On Wednesday, July 31, 2002 at 08:12:47

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Just a comment

Carioca are people born in Rio de Janeiro city like myself. People who were born in any other city in the state of Rio de Janeiro are FLUMINENSES.
RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by Boris
On Wednesday, July 31, 2002 at 08:57:18

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Rene,

Thank you for the clarification.
RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by Boris
On Wednesday, July 31, 2002 at 09:01:56

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Randy,

I was in Caxias do Sul last month and found it to be rather enchanting. The whole South resembles more Europe then Latin America (not necessarily a compliment). I've found quite a representative sample of descendants of Germans, Polish, Italian, and Spanish in the area. My first chimarao was a complete disaster, but I bought a kit and now regularly practice preparing it. Think in a year or two I will be up to par :)
RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by Rene Hass
On Wednesday, July 31, 2002 at 09:35:08

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Mike:

Thanks for your nice words. I'm from Porto Alegre, which the capital city of the state of Rio Grande do Sul.

Rene
RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by Fernando
On Wednesday, July 31, 2002 at 10:12:36

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Just a comment here!

The term CARIOCA refer to people who was born in RIO de Janeiro city, people from others ciies in Rio de Janeiro state are called FLUMINENSE.
RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by egads
On Thursday, August 01, 2002 at 06:31:58

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in addition to "caipira" and "grosso", doesn't the world "cabloco" or is it "cabolco?" mean about the same thing? sort of like "hillbilly" in english?
RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by thaïs
On Thursday, August 01, 2002 at 12:16:09

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caboclo is a person whose parents have different races from each other. for example, the father's a white man n the mother's a brazilian indian.
RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by Eu
On Friday, August 02, 2002 at 05:18:10

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I'm not a gaucho I m paulistano, and when I said about northeast people is not only black is about nordestino, which was classified as a sub race by the ONU last year , and they are, there is no way you compare southern and south people is the same you compare people from Germany Canada with Kenya or Angola you r joking ,

And LS I would be glade to meet you (enche a sua cara de azeitona , e enfiar vc num paleto de madeira) less one

If brazil had not that people from northerst , brazil would be much more better, it’s like SP, that junk from notherst came to SP only to sleep under the bridges in favelas, (before they live ther fatherlands they think -I m gonna get a god job, but they even don’t know how to read they have never seen a TV
The way is sleep at the roads and make children which is going to became the marginal (the criminals)
Yes all you from the northeast are shit and you know you are shit

RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by Boris
On Saturday, August 03, 2002 at 06:12:52

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Eu, you are a pride and joy of Brazil. I loved your reference to UN classifying Nordestinos as a subrace.... That and your cordial response to LS shows you as a thoughtful, bright and nice individual... NOT!
RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by Sugar Daddy
On Monday, August 05, 2002 at 08:47:25

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Uruguay gets $1.5 billion U.S. loan
Uruguay received an electronic transfer Monday of $1.5 billion from the U.S. Federal Reserve as embattled banks began reopening, nearly a week after they closed amid panicked withdrawals by depositors.

Next time somebody bitches about the U.S., just remember who your sugar daddy is.
RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by EU's real father...
On Monday, August 05, 2002 at 08:57:43

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Hey EU, your mother is shit. As a matter of fact I got the bitch here sucking my dick. Say hi to her! Why are you so ignorant? I asked your mother about you but she couldn't answer because my big dick was in the back of her throat. And your grandmother says she likes shit so I let her lick my ass while your mother sucks my dick. Do you have a daughter? You better hope not because I'll make the bitch do the same thing your mother does.
RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by Marta
On Monday, August 05, 2002 at 10:04:57

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To Sugar Daddy:

Really!? Are you donating the money?
Americans are so generous. ;)
RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by Specialist
On Monday, August 05, 2002 at 20:53:51

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Hey Suggar Daddy, don´t forget that the interest rates are so big that if it was your bank card you should give up of buying a candy or hot dog...
RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by Lázaro
On Wednesday, August 07, 2002 at 06:06:08

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>>>>>>> TO EU <<<<<<<

Gotta ask this, ARE YOU HIGH?????
You need a history lesson, BIG TIME! After you elevate your I.Q. to 5 points, try ( I know it's hard, but make an effort!) to study a little history! You say you're from SP. Well budy, If it wasn't for the "Nordestinos" your city wouldn't exist,do you own a car, assuming you do, that also probably wouldn't be there with out them! Who in God's name do you think built you city! Who built Brasília, our capital?

Not only that, but the northeast has one of the richest cultural scenes in the country. By your narrow minded opinions, I can see that not only you don't read about razil's history, but you don't read at all! Cause if you did, you'ld see that a great number of our greatest authors are from the northeast, not only that, a great deal of our classics are inspired on the region!

Next time you log on, instead of looking for porn, why don't you learn a bit about your country and stop writing crap all over the place!

You are probably asking yourself, so no, I'm not from the northeast, I from Rio, and unlike you like learning about our country. You really should try it! For it's a fascinating one!

P.S.: I just hope you have the integrity that next time you go out to pick up women, you do go dancing "Forró", or saying how much you like "Olodum".
RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by Eu
On Thursday, August 08, 2002 at 05:38:41

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To Lazaro

hahaha,

so if the northerstin are so good as you said,
why is northeast that shit, you are stupid, give the names of the history books that you got that informatiom from. (They built sp ha ha ha, only for you who never went there to say that) let me explain some basics lessons to you.

When some sort of people build a city or even a country, the place belong to them, unless they are slaves if the junk people from northeast had built sp they wouldn’t be the crap of the city they would be the main population, It 's obvious

Would be the same you say, ho the Brazilians are building up America or Japan because the are work force, but Brazilians who live in both country are just the trash
As the northeast people are in SP,
In brazil I agree, but not in SP we have always been the best city in brazil even better without that junk shit people who don’t know even how many children they have and their name

And by the way doubt you’ve got more knowledge them me about Brazil even I being much more younger


RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by Randy
On Thursday, August 08, 2002 at 06:49:09

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Eu - I am American...but I have to say that each Brazilian that I have met here in the states are not "trash"! Please, they are extremely bright and wonderful people! They have come to the States for different reasons...married to an American or Brazilian whose job transfers them here, or they chose to try their job skills here or they have come to study at an American university. I admire the Brazilians who have taken the chance to live here as I know how important their family and friends are to them that they leave behind.

Man..you have some issues...but I can tell you that you are wrong about all the Brazilians I have met living in the States.
RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by EU'S REAL FATHER
On Thursday, August 08, 2002 at 11:23:51

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HEY EU, THIS IS YOUR REAL FATHER SPEAKING. STOP TALKING AND SHOWING HOW STUPID YOU REALLY ARE. AS YOUR FATHER, I AM EMBARRASSED TO EVEN BE YOUR FATHER. BUT I HAVE PUT UP WITH YOUR STUPIDITY FOR A LONG TIME.

EU, YOUR MOTHER AND I MADE A MISTAKE WHEN WE HAD YOU. WE WERE DEBATING WETHER TO HAVE YOU OR NOT. YOU TRULY ARE THE WORST MISTAKE I HAVE EVER MADE. YOU ARE REALLY THE JUNK PEOPLE YOU SHIT HEAD BASTARD!!!
RE: Brazilian People?
Posted by Nick
On Tuesday, August 13, 2002 at 05:11:56

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I have some Brasilian exchange students at my school.
They are cool! I want to participate in their exchange program, check out Brasil

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