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Hi Robyn,

I just asked that because of the "Oi! Oi! Oi!". Skinheads always yells that when they're coming "Oi! Oi! Oi!".

I know I should take easier on Brazil but it pisses me off a lot. Everyday, when I come to my job, at DownTown of São Paulo city, I see all those homeless, all those kids on drugs, thieves. It pisses me off a lot. Man, can't we be any better than that? Yes, we can! Emotion: angry

By writing this, right now, I'm feeling pissed, just for remembering how things are. I'm going to have a glass of water and try to focus on my job because I've got lots to do. Emotion: smile

Have a good day (or, a good evening, in Australia).
FrozenSmile1) Are you proud of your country and to be a citizen of it? and why?

I am not proud, but I am not ashamed either. Because I believe every country in the world has its good and bad.

FrozenSmile2) Do you know a lot about the history of your country? and how come you do/ don’t?

A bit, from school textbooks.

FrozenSmile3) Do you consider yourself being nationalistic?

Not quite. I like and dislike my country equally.

FrozenSmile4) How nationalistic are the people in your country, generally speaking.

Either they are too nationalistic or vise-versa, keep mocking their own country. There's almost no middle-ground.

FrozenSmile5) How do you think outsiders regard your country?


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