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Brazilian Riots

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Taco
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Brazilian Riots

Post by Taco » June 25th, 2013, 1:46 am

Here's a good venue to meeting Brazilian women right now, they tend to get turned on when their mad. Also, after a full night of rioting they need a guy to take them out for dinner.

Brazilian Riots
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SWbfYoXwniE

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Post by fschmidt » June 25th, 2013, 7:36 am

When will there be a protest against human stupidity? I mean these people elected their government, so they got what they deserved.

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Post by Taco » June 25th, 2013, 8:47 am

fschmidt wrote:When will there be a protest against human stupidity? I mean these people elected their government, so they got what they deserved.
The rioters are actually communist party members from local universities that are paid by the government to look mad for the cameras. That way the government can control both the police and the rioters. When Brazilians turn on their TV's their less inclined to riot themselves because they see there's ton's of people already on the streets mock fighting with the police.

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Post by fschmidt » June 25th, 2013, 8:59 am

Taco wrote:The rioters are actually communist party members from local universities that are paid by the government to look mad for the cameras. That way the government can control both the police and the rioters. When Brazilians turn on their TV's their less inclined to riot themselves because they see there's ton's of people already on the streets mock fighting with the police.
Well that makes sense. It's best to keep the masses glued to their TV.

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Re: Brazilian Riots

Post by Jester » June 25th, 2013, 3:44 pm

Taco wrote:Here's a good venue to meeting Brazilian women right now, they tend to get turned on when their mad. Also, after a full night of rioting they need a guy to take them out for dinner.
Jeezis guess u like the dangerous type!

Haha -- are drama queens better in bed?

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