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November 27, 2008 at 3:03 am #227788
I like Brazilian music but don’t know too much about it could you kindly post below links or YouTube links of Christian Brazilian Gospel Music it would be much appreciate, and if you can the English meaning of the song, thank you so much God bless
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December 11, 2002 at 2:21 pm #53809
I had that for a while. It was fun to poke people with it.
Ok, Supermary, you’re starting to scare me now, at least you didn’t say that it was to rip your friend’s goonies off with.
December 11, 2002 at 1:04 pm #53802
[QUOTE=Nancee] I could eat only sweets and no meals, if I had my way. Chocolate chip cookies(homeade) make a great meal.[/QUOTE]
Oh yeah! Mmmmmmm!
[QUOTE=Nancee] Are cookies and cakes an everyday thing there? [/QUOTE]
It depends on the household… one of my aunts always cooked some kind of dessert for her kids; another aunt only had fruits after meals…
[QUOTE=Nancee] I had a cake someone made in Brazil last year and I can say that is was the best cake I ever had. [/QUOTE]
Some recipes are great… hey, we can exchange some recipes! I don’t have cookies recipes!
[QUOTE=Russell]I find the cakes are OK here, but generally not amazing. [/QUOTE]
I agree… mass produced cakes are too sweet, have too much cream on them, etc…
December 10, 2002 at 7:24 pm #53765
Fancy a pint anyone, right I‘ll see you down at the local in 15 .
Just get me coat, mines a carling
December 10, 2002 at 12:49 pm #53691
Thanks. They must really want to protect their local auto industry. Utimately at the expense of producing cost effective cars.
December 10, 2002 at 12:48 pm #53689
[QUOTE=Russell]What frustrates me are those that think where they live is the best thing since sliced bread, and write off everywhere else. The narrowminded.
Some people like big cities some don‘t I guess, I am one who does‘nt as you know. I suppose the flip side to that is `the grass is always greener‘.
December 7, 2002 at 7:47 pm #53492
[Probably back-formation from highjacker, perhaps from jacker, holdup man, from jack, to jacklight.]
I looked it up earlier too but haven’t found anything to explain it yet. I’ll find in a few hours when someone on the other side of the world gets out of bed
December 3, 2002 at 5:35 pm #53050
I know what you mean. I try speaking to my brother-in-law with his limited English and my limited Portuguese. We want so much to have good conversations, because we have very similar personalities and interests, but it takes quite a long time to get our points across about even the most basic things.
I’m not quite sure I understand what you mean about adding the accents on my computer. If I change it within word, that will change the settings for my computer? I’m going to go look at that now. Thanks.
December 3, 2002 at 4:01 pm #53044
In Rio… hummm, well, I definitely recommend Ilha Grande and Trindade – paradise !!!
Hardly know anywhere in Rio, love the cooking and small cities in Minas, haven’t actually travelled around that much here, there is one trip I’d like to make – I can’t remember exactly where it is, but basically it’s on a river barge and the journey takes quite a long time, (weeks if I remember), you can get off where you want, then get back on again later. People put up the hammocks on deck at night to sleep. Sounds pretty cool, I’ll take a look in my guide tonight to see where it is.
November 30, 2002 at 5:02 pm #52808
This method might be possible but I imagine you would need to be a ‘socio’ of a ‘LTDA’ (or other) from the start and all the dollar investments would need to be registered with ‘SISBACEN’ as they entered Brazil. (As refered to in the post above) I doubt you can present a shoe-box of receipts after the fact. This would all be up to the ‘Ministerio do Trabalho e Emprego’ to whom you would apply for a ‘Autorizacao de Trabalho’ with which you could apply to the ‘Ministerio das Relacaoes Exteriores’ for an Investors Visa.
November 30, 2002 at 3:49 pm #52794
Going back to the main topic, compared to the Irish or Germans, Brazilians are more open as regards sex – this can lead to a lot of relationship “fun”.
My first 2 or 3 years here did for me what the sixties did for the world.
I also find Brazilian women less likely to fight over “the little things” (or big things), they just get resolved.
remember one girlfriend I had in Germany, man, we used to argue for hours about whether impulses originate from the soul or the spirit . I mean, this is wasting yer life away, thank God, couldn’t imagine it happening with a Brazilian, think they’re more grounded with things like this. More clued to what’s impotant.
November 30, 2002 at 10:52 am #52746
[QUOTE=tamashin]Try “Thirty three thirsty theatre-goers thought the thirtieth show of “The Three Thoughtful Thieves” was thoroughly therapeutic throughout. [/QUOTE]
Dear Lord, I could barely even read that the first time… let alone say it. I just tried and it came out so bad. I just know I saw all those T’s and just wanted to run for cover.
November 30, 2002 at 8:09 am #52725
November 28, 2002 at 8:04 am #52366
On JN last night, I caught the tail end of an item about income tax for those whose earnings dont exceed R$13k which has to be paid for 2005. Have I missed something there?
November 28, 2002 at 3:22 am #52361
[QUOTE=Cipriana]I love Bahia…….No one cares if you put up a stand in the middle of the street and sell black-market cigarettes from Paraguay. Everyone just wants to live in peace and make a living. The only con is the heat, which can be a bit too much sometimes, and the stealing. Eveyone steals eveything. In some cities, the police have it moreorless under control and it’s a good idea to choose one of those.
The South ….. It’s a bit like living in some Norwegian town with a freak heat wave. No noise, no caos. On the other hand, it’s great to raise kids.
[/QUOTE] I am Brazilian but Northeast for me only for holidays, I cannot see myself living there.