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March 12th, 2019, 12:34 PM   #111
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But can you samba?
No I can't haha, my feet is hard as a rock for these things.

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yes gui22, you are one of these descents of white people who spoiled south america. You have done a very good work of decimating the indians and keeping them poor.

Nothing to be proud about, puto.

One of these brazilian that think his shits smell better than others'.

Fuck you
I suspect you're a kind of extreme leftist, it looks like that.. I have nothing to do with what my ancestors done, I'm not responsible for that, I was not there to avoid any damage they make. That's a problem of 500+ years ago, right? Otherwise, could I charge you for many of the murderers the vikings committed in the Nordic region? I don't think so.

Also, we do now live in peace with indians descendants, because there are no more indians here, we mixed with each other and we are now all Brazilians, my friend.

BTW, I'm married with an indian descendant.

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hopefully you will pay amazing fees to get your daughter to study in some Swiss private school (EHL, Webster, St Gallen)...and she will do nothing all week apart sucking some other privileged brats' cock and getting high on every drugs they can find.

talk about la creme de la creme
I know there are Brazilians living around the world that do not represent the best of here, unfortunately there is bad people from any nationality. I don't have a daughter, and I don't have any will to migrate to another country, I prefer to stay in my homeland, work hard and make my country a better place for all who lives here.

Now let's go back to the topic.
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March 12th, 2019, 01:40 PM   #112
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I know there are Brazilians living around the world that do not represent the best of here, unfortunately there is bad people from any nationality. I don't have a daughter, and I don't have any will to migrate to another country, I prefer to stay in my homeland, work hard and make my country a better place for all who lives here.

Now let's go back to the topic.
As an aside, one of my nurses is Brazilian and she is fantastic. Intelligent, funny and always a smile for everyone.
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March 12th, 2019, 03:19 PM   #113
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No I can't haha, my feet is hard as a rock for these things.



I suspect you're a kind of extreme leftist, it looks like that.. I have nothing to do with what my ancestors done, I'm not responsible for that, I was not there to avoid any damage they make. That's a problem of 500+ years ago, right? Otherwise, could I charge you for many of the murderers the vikings committed in the Nordic region? I don't think so.

Also, we do now live in peace with indians descendants, because there are no more indians here, we mixed with each other and we are now all Brazilians, my friend.

BTW, I'm married with an indian descendant.



I know there are Brazilians living around the world that do not represent the best of here, unfortunately there is bad people from any nationality. I don't have a daughter, and I don't have any will to migrate to another country, I prefer to stay in my homeland, work hard and make my country a better place for all who lives here.

Now let's go back to the topic.
I applaud you. That was a class response, and I say that as a native English speaker.
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March 12th, 2019, 03:22 PM   #114
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With riders competing with historically close lap times now, mental fortitude becomes that much more important to being competitive. I just donít think Vinales has it.
So true. It has also been noted in the press (Kropo) that Maverick has a poor attitude to work life balance, which suggests he isn't a big picture guy (read immature).

All the best sports people I can think of have always had a life away from racing.
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March 12th, 2019, 04:34 PM   #115
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Going back to the topic, nice answer by Dalligna over the subject (need translation):

https://www.gpone.com/it/2019/03/12/...avversari.html
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March 12th, 2019, 06:07 PM   #116
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Lorenzo focused to compete in Argentina MotoGP race despite rib injury


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March 12th, 2019, 06:41 PM   #117
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That's a hard one to deal with. Even bruised ribs can be excruciating. Makes it hard as hell to breathe.
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March 12th, 2019, 06:55 PM   #118
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Lorenzo desperately needs to visit a church!
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March 12th, 2019, 06:58 PM   #119
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Lorenzo focused to compete in Argentina MotoGP race despite rib injury


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I crashed a cornflake powered bike in January. Did a rib or two. I honestly had never felt like I'd broken myself quite so badly.

Fortunately it only takes 6 weeks for a rib to heal but that first fortnight is horrendous.
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I crashed a cornflake powered bike in January. Did a rib or two. I honestly had never felt like I'd broken myself quite so badly.

Fortunately it only takes 6 weeks for a rib to heal but that first fortnight is horrendous.
Been their done that. Excruciating pain for first few days. Can't cough, sneeze, laugh without keeling over. Worst for me was couldn't play and wrestle with kids for weeks. They didn't know that and would often jump on me whilst laying on couch.
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