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Subject: brazzil.com - stop this cheesy-ness!


Posted by egads
On Monday, August 19, 2002 at 14:43:37

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hey, whoever runs this P.O.S. web site...

keep this in mind, just because you learned how to do pop-ups and scrolling text and other cheezy and annoying gam-flappery, that doesn't mean you SHOULD use them!!

PUH-Leez,

lose the pop up window and that godawful text scroller! It's crap!!!
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Posted by The Head Honcho
On Monday, August 19, 2002 at 22:48:11

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OK BOSS!



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Posted by oh yea
On Tuesday, August 20, 2002 at 06:46:54

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I agree... I am going to submit this site to those "ugly site of the day" sites... it's guaranteed to win!
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Posted by an observer
On Tuesday, August 20, 2002 at 08:21:59

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ugly or not, I like it. All things considered, whoever runs this site does a good job.
cheers
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Posted by egads
On Tuesday, August 20, 2002 at 09:23:43

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well, except for the badly written articles, the broken message board, the ugly interface, the afore-mentioned gam-flappery (i.e. stupid web tricks such as pop-up windows -gee, not enuff of those on the web, are there? - and that stupid text scroller), AND extraordinarily offensive, insensitive, and downright inexcusable articles praising the terrorists just after 9/11 (see the October 2001 issue), AND articles literally about SHIT (published about a year ago, I forget what issue)...

...this is a fantastic web site.

Really, a beautiful country like brazil deserves better than this.
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Posted by an observer
On Tuesday, August 20, 2002 at 09:48:12

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ok egads,
put your time and money to better use. I suggest you try tho help the publisher out, rather than insult, demean, degrade, etc ......
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Posted by egads
On Tuesday, August 20, 2002 at 10:24:36

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some cases are helpless...

I am still deeply offended by the contents of brazzil.com's Oct. 2001 issue, and have not heard one word of explanation or apology from the publishers.
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Posted by Patinho
On Thursday, August 22, 2002 at 04:34:13

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If you don't like it, don't come. Simple as that.
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Posted by egads
On Thursday, August 22, 2002 at 05:46:57

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it's not that I don't like it, I DESPISE it. I LOATHE it. I wish I had the means to create a better site and put this piece of shit out of business.

Brazil is a fabulous country. It deserves much better than this crap.


This site is an insult to a beautiful country.




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Posted by Randy
On Thursday, August 22, 2002 at 07:53:23

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I met and become friends with an incredible brasiliera through this site. Not everything is about it is crap. You got to take the good with the bad. I love being able to read about current events in Brazil...seeing other people's points of views here in the Forum.

I agree with Patinho..if you don't like it...don't come..and it is only your opinion that this site creates a bad image for Brazil...it has not changed my opinion of Brazil and I read the post-Sept 11 issue and wrote in my two cents.
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Posted by egads
On Friday, August 23, 2002 at 05:39:10

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never said it creates a bad image, just that brazil deserves better. It's a very bad representation of all things brasileiro...

there are much better sites in english about brazil:

brazilmax.com
lifestylesbrazil.com
brazilianist.com
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Posted by Shut up
On Friday, August 23, 2002 at 22:20:27

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Guys and girls, just shut the fuck up. If you dont like this site, then stop coming here.
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Posted by Henrique Nova Iorque
On Saturday, August 24, 2002 at 06:14:38

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Maybe if we took a more polite tone in our
disgreements with this sites form and content
it would be more invitng for others to come and post.

Just checked out the mag and the website and you all have valid gripes.

Hell I am just happy to have a forum to exchange ideas adn impressions on one of my favorite nations in Latin America, the others are Cuba and Mexico.

Good to know you are here---Bazzil.com
E-gads you have a point but we not express it more politely????

HenriqueNova Iorque ; { > ~~~~~~~~~~~~
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Posted by Henrique Nova Iorque
On Saturday, August 24, 2002 at 06:17:47

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Maybe if we took a more polite tone in our
disgreements with this sites form and content
it would be more invitng for others to come and post.

Just checked out the mag and the website and you all have valid gripes.

Hell I am just happy to have a forum to exchange ideas adn impressions on one of my favorite nations in Latin America, the others are Cuba and Mexico.

Good to know you are here---Bazzil.com
E-gads you have a point but we not express it more politely????

HenriqueNova Iorque ; { > ~~~~~~~~~~~~
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Posted by egads
On Sunday, August 25, 2002 at 11:17:34

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I don't intend to be rude, but whenever I remember what I read in the October 2001 issue of brazzil.com, somehow the words don't come out so politely.
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Posted by J
On Sunday, August 25, 2002 at 14:06:51

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Eu gostaria de falar que este site e' o mais bom lugar para falar e ver algumas coisas do Brasil. Eu espero que ele nunca cambia, porque esta' um parte das minhas saudades do Rio e o Brasil.

Brazzil...fica mesmo!!!

Tambem se voces amam Brasil tao muito, porque voces nao falam portuguese, ou tentam falar. Voce pode ir pra um site do web com o nome:
www.sonia-portuguese.com e fala com Sonia, compra o livro dela e estuda a Brasileira.

Muito bom pra voce,

J.
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Posted by Daniel
On Sunday, August 25, 2002 at 16:42:28

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AFINAL O QUE ESCREVERAM SOBRE Sept 11????? AGORA FIQUEI CURIOSO, QUERIA LER...
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Posted by egads
On Sunday, August 25, 2002 at 21:36:28

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Daniel,

just go look at in back issues (on the menu on the left) and look for the Oct. 2001 issue.
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Posted by Henrique Nova Iorque
On Monday, August 26, 2002 at 14:59:09

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Ok Ok Egads I understand your objections.
But I almost got killed by that dastardly attack
and frankly I am offended by some of the coverage by "our" media. It has been maudlin, superficial and exploitative!!!!!

J- this site accepts posts in any langauge(Icelandic too) and I belive it is geared towards "gringos" like myself, actually I am "Brasilian-American, who want take the time to know more about Brasil.
Forgive me for speaking my dominant langauge as I do not want to murder yours because I am not yet fluent. A little patience and tolerance please.
We "immigrants" are soo grateful when hosts country give us the time to learn the langauge and ways of the wonderful nations that welcome us with open arms!!!

On another note- 20 to 30 thousand "Brasilians" will be celebrating "Brasil Day" on an expensive piece of real estate here in Gotham on Sunday September 1st. If you are in town we need your tourist $$$$ so come and celebrate being Brasilian in America--we are still considered "exotic" and have not yet been made fun by a sitcom about being such a "festive people". It is on 46th Street and 6th Avenue.
Sultry and sexy Daniela Mercury will be in concert. So follow the samba beat to 46th street!!

Now J can you translate this for me???? por favor garrota--risos

Henrique Nova Iorque

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Posted by egads
On Monday, August 26, 2002 at 15:11:32

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I don't like some of what I see in the media either regarding 9/11, but I haven't come across anything anywhere else that was as dispicable as the articles that appeared in Brazzil.com in October 2001.

Granted, I don't read any fringe web sites or news sources, and I don't read anything from the middle eastern sources that you would expect to be sympathetic to Al Queda's goals and methods.

A friend of mine died that day, and I know people that lost dozens of coworkers, and it's only sheer luck that I wasn't in that area that day (I normally am).

After going through that experience, it made me sick to click into Brazzil.com to find a slew of badly written articles telling me America deserved what it got.

Clearly the publisher here doesn not care about the human beings that were slaughtered that day.

Furthermore, Brazzil.com has never offered any sort of justification or explanation or apology for those articles.
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Posted by Daniel
On Monday, August 26, 2002 at 18:00:34

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Não sei o que têm demais nos artigos,li apenas dois, não vou perder meu tempo, podem me dizer o que há de errado? escrevam as partes que acham tão terríveis...vocês são muito engraçados, não vi ninguém dizendo nos artigos que li, que aquelas pessoas mereciam morrer, pelo contrário. agora o que vocês queriam ler??? ohhh que absurdo!!! os americanos, um povo tão bonzinho pro resto do mundo, foi vítima de um ataque desses, podiam atacar qualquer um, menos os nossos irmãos americanos... vocês deviam ter a consciência de que boa parte do mundo odeia vocês(digo o país,não as pessoas em si)e isso deve ter algum motivo né? será que é inveja? vai lá,ataquem o Iraque, depois vão reclamar de outros ataques terroristas, vão atacá-los e vão matar o povo e não o ditador, e vão seguir sendo odiados. Acho que é isso que precisam entender, ninguém é a favor do que ocorreu em 2001 mas também é demais achar que tudo foi um ataque gratuito, foi sim uma resposta e, convenhamos que olhando do ponto de vista dos terroristas foi uma bela resposta...já falei muito disso no forum, não vale a pena discutir de novo...
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Posted by egads
On Tuesday, August 27, 2002 at 07:36:36

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most of your post is incoherent nonsense, but I have to respond to a couple of your points (knowing full well that arguing with a misinformed nutcase is a pointless endeavor...)

1) you said "...é demais achar que tudo foi um ataque gratuito, foi sim uma resposta e, convenhamos que olhando do ponto de vista dos terroristas foi uma bela resposta"

And I suppose you agree that Hitler's solution to the jewish "problem" was a "bela resposta" from the Nazi's point of view?

2) Americans are not as simple minded about our country as you think. We know we have done some pretty bad things to other countries, and most people are ashamed of these things that our government has chosen to do.


3) You are making the same error in judgement that Brazzil.com made in October - yes, the US is a bully sometimes, yes, we are not always the good guy, but still, none of that justifies killing innocent people and destroying a huge chunck of our city.

You know, along with the rest of us, you are very lucky the damage wasn't worse. If the buildings had fallen sidways and destroyed more vital components of the Wall Street world, where do you think our economy would be now? And where do you think that would leave your economy?

And who do you think would be the first country to come to Brazil's aid? Iraq? Argentina? France? Japan? (well, maybe Japan...)
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Posted by Henrique Novo Iorque
On Tuesday, August 27, 2002 at 16:44:20

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Daniel you are so confused about this country--USA. I have to agree with Egads and belive me I am no flag waving American.

As I said before Egad I can understand your being appalled by the articles printed in Brazzil in regards to the events of September 11th. I just reread them and I have to agree they are badly written and there is vicious undercurrent of glee that this happened to "Americans". Actually as everybody knows who bothers to read carefully many foreigners were wiped out too--including Brasilians and other nationalities. I was particularly appalled by the article stating how Brasilians are returning back to Brasil from the US. I disagree, despite with what happened on September 11th Brasilians will continue to come to the USA like many others for a chance to work and maybe even prosper. It is going to much tougher now!!!! FOR ALL OF US!!!!!

This Sunday we here in New York City will celebrate "Brasil Day" on 46th street and I can bet you it will be a record crowd of Brasilians and Brasilians like myself that have been raised here, celebrating in the streets of Gotham. I reject superficial rhetoric from the left implying everyday people "deserve" to be pulvarized just as much as I detest right wing racist garbage that people in countries like Brazil deserve to be poor because of the corrupt,venal and stupid politicians that run their country and sell it out to the IMF.

WE ARE ALL IN THIS BOAT TOGETHER AND WE NEED TO BE SENSITIVE TO ONE ANOTHER AND THINK BEFORE IMPLYING PEOPLE DESERVE TO BE KILLED FOR WHAT THEIR GOVERNMENTS DO(HELL WE ARE JUST TRYING TO SURVIVE ECONOMICALLY). IT IS THAT MENTALITY THAT HAS GOTTEN US INTO THE MESS WE ARE IN!!!!

AN AMERICAN WORKING FOR WORLD PEACE AND UNDERSTANDING.

PS GET READY FOR THE AMERICAN MEDIA'S OBSCENE ONE YEAR "MEMORIAL" TO THE VICTIMS AND THE HEROES!!!--MAKES ME SICK ENOUGH TO LEAVE THE COUNTRY FOR THE WEEK.
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Posted by Henrique Novo Iorque
On Tuesday, August 27, 2002 at 16:50:51

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Daniel you are so confused about this country--USA. I have to agree with Egads and belive me I am no flag waving American.

As I said before Egad I can understand your being appalled by the articles printed in Brazzil in regards to the events of September 11th. I just reread them and I have to agree they are badly written and there is vicious undercurrent of glee that this happened to "Americans". Actually as everybody knows who bothers to read carefully many foreigners were wiped out too--including Brasilians and other nationalities. I was particularly appalled by the article stating how Brasilians are returning back to Brasil from the US. I disagree, despite with what happened on September 11th Brasilians will continue to come to the USA like many others for a chance to work and maybe even prosper. It is going to much tougher now!!!! FOR ALL OF US!!!!!

This Sunday we here in New York City will celebrate "Brasil Day" on 46th street and I can bet you it will be a record crowd of Brasilians and Brasilians like myself that have been raised here, celebrating in the streets of Gotham. I reject superficial rhetoric from the left implying everyday people "deserve" to be pulvarized just as much as I detest right wing racist garbage that people in countries like Brazil deserve to be poor because of the corrupt,venal and stupid politicians that run their country and sell it out to the IMF.

WE ARE ALL IN THIS BOAT TOGETHER AND WE NEED TO BE SENSITIVE TO ONE ANOTHER AND THINK BEFORE IMPLYING PEOPLE DESERVE TO BE KILLED FOR WHAT THEIR GOVERNMENTS DO(HELL WE ARE JUST TRYING TO SURVIVE ECONOMICALLY). IT IS THAT MENTALITY THAT HAS GOTTEN US INTO THE MESS WE ARE IN!!!!

AN AMERICAN WORKING FOR WORLD PEACE AND UNDERSTANDING.

PS GET READY FOR THE AMERICAN MEDIA'S OBSCENE ONE YEAR "MEMORIAL" TO THE VICTIMS AND THE HEROES!!!--MAKES ME SICK ENOUGH TO LEAVE THE COUNTRY FOR THE WEEK.
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Posted by Daniel
On Tuesday, August 27, 2002 at 19:37:21

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Pra começar, ninguém me disse o que tinha de tão absurdo nos artigos, transcrevam as partes que provocaram toda essa revolta.

Hitler não tem nada a ver, é outra coisa.Acho que pela ótica dos terroristas, vocês têm que provar do seu próprio veneno, ou seja, já que matam inocentes, vão ter inocentes mortos e, partindo desse princípio foi uma bela resposta sim, o que não quer dizer que seja algo correto.

Você escreveu “most people are ashamed of these things that our government has chosen to do.” MOST OF YOU????? Deve ser piada, até pouco tempo a maioria da população apoiava um ataque ao Iraque e mesmo agora uns 50% apóiam, sentem vergonha, mas querem mais barbaridades??? Não entendo essa lógica, se disser que você tem vergonha eu acredito, mas a maioria dos americanos não dá pra engolir não.

Concordo que nada justifica matarem inocentes, e nunca disse que o contrário, mas pense em algo mais pessoal que um país, se matassem alguém da sua família, não seria correto matar alguém da família do assassino ou mesmo o próprio, mas seria compreensível se fizesse algo contra ele, ou não? É isso que tento dizer, eles os odeiam por tudo que já fizeram e que você mesmo assumiu. Por isso, se fosse você, eu odiaria primeiramente o estúpido do Bush por querer atacar o Iraque e todos os outros presidentes que já fizeram atrocidades como esta.

E sobre afetar o mundo inteiro, concordo que afetou e poderia ter sido pior, mas, o Iraque produz petróleo, um ataque lá, também vai afetar o mundo e, mesmo que não afetasse seria igualmente errado. Nesse caso a economia não é o ponto principal, mas não vale a pena discutir mais sobre isso, só acho que quem não gosta desse site não precisa vir, e quem não gosta dos artigos não precisa lê-los e se já os leu e não gostou, pelo menos respeita a opinião do autor.

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Posted by egads
On Wednesday, August 28, 2002 at 06:04:25

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"Não entendo essa lógica,"

well, of course you don't, because you are a nutjob! just look at that mess you wrote!

As for the articles from October, I'm not gonna do a cut and paste job - you can go read them yourself. Besides, the real message is in the implications, not one or two lines of text here and there. There are some outrageously stupid commnets, tho. If you're too lazy to read them all, just the the ones by Frei Betto and Dione Rocha.

Also, part of what angered me was the timing of those articles. They were written and published in the days and weeks immediately after 9/11. A time when the flames were still burning strong. The stench filled our offices some days (I work a few blocks away). This was a time to acknowledge the great human tragedy that had occured, to show sympathy for the victims - not a wise time to publish the nonsense and mean spirited crap published here.

When I read them now,I don't get as mad, but I do shake my head in amazement at the sheer stupidity found in these articles.

As for Iraq, of course we are going to attack them. Would you rather we wait till that nutjob has a nice little arsenal of nukes that he can attach to scud missiles? Think about that one for awhile.
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Posted by Daniel
On Wednesday, August 28, 2002 at 13:25:33

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não vou ler todos os artigos sobre aquele ataque, não estou nem aí para o que está escrito lá.

façam isso, ataquem eles seus idiotas, depois quando tiver um novo atentado vão escrever novos artigos e vão ficar revoltados de novo e eu só vou escrever risos aqui, vocês não mudam e nunca mudarão, pensam que tem que controlar o mundo, nem a arábia saudita está apoiando essa estupidez.
nunca vi ninguém tomar remédio pra combater uma doença que ainda não tem, pode não acontecer nada, mas o remédio pode fazer mal, muito mal... ps já que vão atacar mesmo, melhor trabalhar num prédio bem baixinho, ok amigão? :D
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Posted by Daniel
On Wednesday, August 28, 2002 at 13:33:57

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Subject: Letter to the president of US

Posted by Profetas
On Tuesday, April 16, 2002 at 04:41:26

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CARTA AO PRES. dos EUA. Leiam, vale a pena.


Obrigado Mr. Bowman...

Veja a tradução da carta enviada ao Presidente dos EUA por Robert
Bowan,
Tenente-Coronel e ex-combatente do Vietnã, atualmente Bispo da Igreja
Católica na Flórida :

"Senhor Presidente:
Conte a verdade ao povo, Sr. Presidente, sobre terrorismo.

Se as ilusões acerca do terrorismo não forem desfeitas, então
a ameaça continuará até nos destruir completamente.

A verdade é que nenhuma das nossas milhares de armas nucleares pode nos
proteger dessas ameaças.
Nenhum sistema "Guerra nas Estrelas" (não importa quão tecnicamente
avançado seja, nem quantos trilhões de dólares sejam despejados nele)
poderá nos proteger de uma arma nuclear trazida num barco, avião,valise
ou carro alugado.

Nenhuma arma sequer do nosso vasto arsenal, nem um centavo sequer dos
US$ 270.000.000.000,00 (isso
mesmo, duzentos e setenta bilhões de dólares) gastos por ano no chamado
"sistema de defesa" pode evitar uma bomba terrorista. Isto é um fato
militar.

Como tenente-coronel reformado e freqüente conferencista em assuntos de
segurança nacional, sempre tenho citado o salmo 33: "Um rei não é salvo
pelo seu poderoso exército, assim como um guerreiro não é salvo por sua
enorme força".

A reação óbvia é: "Então o que podemos fazer? Não existe nada que
possamos fazer para garantir a segurança do nosso povo?" Existe. Mas
para entender isso, precisamos saber a verdade sobre a ameaça.

Sr. Presidente, o senhor não contou ao povo americano a verdade sobre o
porquê de sermos alvo do
terrorismo, quando explicou por que bombardearíamos o Afeganistão e o
Sudão.
O senhor disse que somos alvo do terrorismo porque defendemos a
democracia, a liberdade e os
direitos humanos no mundo... Que absurdo, Sr. Presidente!

Somos alvo dos terroristas porque, na maior parte do mundo, nosso
governo defendeu a ditadura, a escravidão e a exploração humana.
Somos alvo dos terroristas porque somos odiados.
E somos odiados porque nosso governo fez coisas odiosas.

Em quantos países agentes do nosso governo depuseram líderes
popularmente eleitos, substituindo-os por militares ditadores,
marionetes desejosas de vender seu próprio povo a corporações
americanas
multinacionais?
Fizemos isso no Irã quando os Marines e a CIA depuseram Mossadegh
porque
ele tinha a intenção de
nacionalizar a indústria de petróleo. Nós o substituímos pelo Xá Reza
Pahlevi e armamos, treinamos e pagamos a sua odiada guarda nacional
Savak, que escravizou e brutalizou o povo iraniano para proteger
o interesse financeiro de nossas companhias de petróleo.
Depois disso, será difícil imaginar que existam pessoas no Irã que nos
odeiem?

Fizemos isso no Chile. Fizemos isso no Vietnã.
Mais recentemente, tentamos fazê-lo no Iraque.
E, é claro, quantas vezes fizemos isso na Nicarágua e outras repúblicas
na América Latina?

Uma vez atrás da outra, temos destituído líderes populares que
desejavam
que as riquezas da sua terra
fossem repartidas pelo povo que as gerou.
Nós os substituímos por tiranos assassinos que venderiam o seu próprio
povo para que, mediante o pagamento de vultosas propinas para engordar
suas contas particulares, a riqueza de sua própria terra
pudesse ser tomada por similares à Domino Sugar, à United Fruit
Company,
à Folgers e por aí vai .

De país em país, nosso governo obstruiu a democracia, sufocou a
liberdade e pisoteou os direitos humanos.
É por isso que somos odiados ao redor do mundo. E é por isso que somos
alvo dos terroristas.

O povo do Canadá desfruta da democracia, da liberdade e dos direitos
humanos, assim como o povo da
Noruega e da Suécia. O senhor já ouviu falar de embaixadas canadenses,
norueguesas ou suecas sendo
bombardeadas?

Nós não somos odiados porque praticamos a democracia, a liberdade e os
direitos humanos.
Nós somos odiados porque nosso governo nega essas coisas aos povos dos
países de terceiro mundo, cujos recursos são cobiçados por nossas
corporações multinacionais.
Esse ódio que semeamos virou-se contra nós para nos assombrar na forma
de terrorismo e, no futuro,
terrorismo nuclear.

Uma vez dita a verdade sobre o porquê da ameaça existir e ter sido
entendida, a solução torna-se óbvia.
Nós precisamos mudar nossas práticas.
Livrarmo-nos de nossas armas nucleares (unilateralmente, se necessário)
irá melhorar nossa segurança.
Alterar drasticamente nossa política externa irá assegurá-la.

Em vez de enviar nossos filhos e filhas ao redor do mundo para matar
árabes de modo que possamos ter o
petróleo que existe sob suas areias, deveríamos mandá-los para
reconstruir sua infra-estrutura, fornecer água limpa e alimentar
crianças famintas.

Em vez de continuar a matar milhares de crianças iraquianas todos os
dias com nossas sanções econômicas, deveríamos ajudar os iraquianos a
reconstruir suas usinas elétricas, suas estações de
tratamento de água, seus hospitais e todas as outras coisas que
destruímos e impedimo-los de reconstruir
com sanções econômicas.

Em vez de treinar terroristas e esquadrões da morte, deveríamos fechar
a
Escola das Américas.
Em vez de sustentar a revolta, a desestabilização, o assassínio e o
terror em redor do mundo, deveríamos abolir a CIA e dar o dinheiro
gasto
por ela a agências de assistência.

Resumindo, deveríamos ser bons em vez de maus.

Quem iria tentar nos deter?
Quem iria nos odiar?
Quem iria querer nos bombardear?

Essa é a verdade, Sr. Presidente. É isso que o povo americano precisa
ouvir."

Robert Bowman voou em 101 missões de combate no Vietnã.
Atualmente é bispo da United Catholic Church
em Melbourne Beach, Flórida.
Iran Ferraz
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Posted by egads
On Wednesday, August 28, 2002 at 13:35:39

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"melhor trabalhar num prédio bem baixinho, ok amigão"

well, you are a confused nutjob, but at least you have a sense of humor, you sick bastard...

Yes, of course, we just want to rule the world, doesn't everybody? That's why they call it the world!

After Iraq, maybe we'll take over Brazil, straighten you idiots out down there...
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Posted by egads
On Wednesday, August 28, 2002 at 13:39:21

Message:
this bowman guy, if he really exists, was probably too close to one too many explosions, if you know what I mean...
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Posted by Henrique Novo Iorque
On Wednesday, August 28, 2002 at 16:40:51

Message:
Hey Egads:

Once "we" take over Brasil can we bring all their women here and send all of ours over there!!!!??
Now that we are back into the business of taking over nations let's at least enjoy the "booty" !!!! Hey I made a funny!!!

Ok keep on trying to talk sense to Daniel I am going to play some mean samba and dance with a mulata on the streets of Gotham.



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