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  • 4) posters obsessed with negativity

  • [QUOTE=Robotica] I was told that SUS is a good national health for all.I was also told by a brazilian that the private insurance are very good and abundant in coverage.Is this true? I am friends with two doctors in Porto Alegre, and they told me that if you get through the ropes of bureaucracy of SUS, once in there the service is the same as a…[Read more]

  • So is your point to condemn the kid or the police? Damned if they do, damned if they don’t (do something)? Can you have it both ways? I suppose so, if you have a negative agenda that you are promoting as you do here constantly. And “do as I say, not as I do” must be your motto: [QUOTE=GreatBallsoFire]I have never seen a single request that you…[Read more]

  • Patting on the back the same police you accuse of being “on target” to kill ‘X’ people……..????????? wtf? Can you have it both ways?

  • There were 5-10 guys of that age hanging out on my varanda last night, playing music and staying completely out of trouble. Is that news? Maybe the Correio would like to report it. (Oh, yeah, gee, that probably wouldn’t sell papers, would it?) Their parents can happily rest (in their beds) in peace.Bahiana772010-04-04 19:30:26

  • Read your own posted quote Já estou cansado dessas propagandas enganosas e dessa emissoras senssacionalista que vivem da miserias dos jovens e adolecentes. and GIVE IT A REST.

  • In my experience, Transfast has asked only name, address, phone of sender (with no proof required). To the best of my recollection, to send to the account of a Brazilian, they need name, CPF, bank name, agencia number, and account number and type. Bahiana772010-03-25 14:39:07

  • [QUOTE=GreatBallsoFire] Over fourty items taken from a church built in 1610. Cerca de 30 pe√ßas foram roubadas da Igreja de São Louren√ßo, na Ilha de Itaparica [/QUOTE] Not only can’t certain people spell, they apparently can’t count or read the negativity they themselves choose to post……. Sadly, this problem of churches getting robbed of the…[Read more]

  • Gee, Balls, you must be blue again to be posting another sample of the positive outlook you keep saying you have. And you can clearly read the comment mentioning the powerful politician whose now-in-power opponents are getting their revenge by letting anything he accomplished go to h*ll. Seems to me that when someone goes after a father and at a…[Read more]

  • [QUOTE=GreatBallsoFire] Robberies are up 33% [/QUOTE] while the population has swelled by 2-3 million visitors. Not unexpected. Nor, esprit, is the fact that not many of them care about our city, beyond their own party-hearty needs.

  • Prefeito destaca clima tranquilo do Carnaval14/2/2010 17:12:00João Henrique destaca o clima de alegria e paz que reina nos quatro primeiros dias de foliaThumbs%20UpBig%20smileCoolClapLOLHugApproveHeartStarExclamationYing%20YangJust to reinforce the idea that all is not as presented by the negative obsessed on this thread, here’s some good news about what a great Carnaval is happening in Salvador: Thumbs%20UpBig%20smileCoolClapLOLHugApproveHeartStarExclamationYing%20YangNo quarto dia de…[Read more]

  • [QUOTE=GreatBallsoFire]Only 21 murders in Salvador [/QUOTE] Once again, your spin.Regrettable as any loss of life is, this figure is for a much larger region than just the city of Salvador, as stated clearly in the article. With any luck for us here on the forum, once you get involved in your life at home in the U.S. again, maybe you will have…[Read more]

  • [QUOTE=delco] But to make the death toll nearly six times the reality for young black men in all of Brazil is very misleading, is it not? [/QUOTE] About as misleading as every other negative-obsessed thing posted here about Salvador and the island…. Bahiana772010-01-26 12:14:14

  • (oops, double post)Bahiana772010-01-26 12:14:47

  • Let’s fill up more pages posting more and more full repeats of the very same articles and posts. Makes it look like more is happening than really is. If you repeat the article, does that make it .325 or 1.8 or what ever x 2 every time? Bahiana772010-01-26 11:05:07

  • [QUOTE=GreatBallsoFire] We both love Salvador. [/QUOTE] If you love Salvador, you sure have an extremely odd way of showing it. And I don’t see this love demonstrated by you on this thread, which I see as causing great harm to the tourist industry that sustains my dear local neighbors, and causing unnecessary panic in any potential visitor who…[Read more]

  • [QUOTE=GreatBallsoFire] Nobody “has to resort to drugs.”[/QUOTE] But those with hope for a dignified future (anywhere in the world, not just Itaparica) are less likely to think of doing so. Would that all those who turn to crack, and to crime to support their habit, had a parent, tio(a) or mentor who had time, energy, and care enough to be a good…[Read more]

  • [QUOTE=GreatBallsoFire]There are many posts which cover what a homeowner needs to doand other threads discuss what to do while on the street.[/QUOTE] Not on this thread. Not your postings. They have not engendered anydiscussion whatsoever, nor given any advice. And how many of us here are yacht owners? How many of us are local politicians who pick…[Read more]

  • Like enough frustrations (obsessions!) haven’t been vented in 47 pages? How many times does one obsessive have to repeat the very same incident in order to consider it “vented”?And if you choose to continue to obsess with negativity, and choose not to post equally about the good things that keep you here, please do give specifics as to what you do…[Read more]

  • If you can’t even read the words written and recount them accurately just below, why can we be confident that you are reporting anything else accurately?_ Rio’s City of God is far away in distance and in conditions. This is a city/town blessed by God.Blessed with an abundance of good things and good people, and the peace and strong friendships…[Read more]

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