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3 months in BRAZIL, and this is what happened (pt.1 photo thread)


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What's the deal with getting a passport and visa? (Hypothetically speaking) lets say a person has warants and is wanted in a certain state for lets say jumping bail and skipping out on probation and applies for a passport or visa in another state. Is he gonna get turned down? Or arrested at the airport? Anybody know how that shit works?

 

yes they check for all that..

its a promise that if you have a warrent, you wont get approved for a passport.

 

to get a brazilian visa was easy..

 

i filled out an application, gave them 100 bucks, mailed them my paperwork and passport, then a few weeks later i got my passport back in the mail stamped with my visa and i was good to go.

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the train system is OFF LIMITS!!

i inquired about this and even the locals were scared to paint this shit..

 

reason being..

 

the rail system is governed by the FEDERAL POLICE..

 

the USA doesnt have a fedreal police but this shit is no joke.

kind of like the FBI ..

 

 

they keep a close, close watch on the train and subway lines..

 

i heard stories of guys getting caught in the tunnels of sao pauo and being beaten and tourtured by the federal police.. they would clamp SHOCKERS to their nut sacks and ZAP them. they wouldnt get into legal trouble but the cops would make sure that they wouldnt return.

 

ive been to places in europe and the subway system had signs of tags inside and out..

but in brasil..they take pride on keeping their shit spit shine clean.

not even scratch tags...

 

 

sao paulo is known for having the best and most efficient subway systems.

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If the F'n middle class and rich would not come to the favela to buy there drugs we would not have this problem..thye are the same people who complain about anything to do about favelas but they are the one who support the drug gangs!

 

 

That's like the yuppie gentrification going on in the states. All these rich kids move to the hoods in major cities for the low rent and to be close to the "urban lifestyle", then they turn around and call the cops on everybody while buying up properties and jacking everybodys rents turning the hood into the suburbs that these rich fucks were suposedly trying to leave in the first place.

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That's like the yuppie gentrification going on in the states. All these rich kids move to the hoods in major cities for the low rent and to be close to the "urban lifestyle", then they turn around and call the cops on everybody while buying up properties and jacking everybodys rents turning the hood into the suburbs that these rich fucks were suposedly trying to leave in the first place.

 

thats not going on just in major urban areas but small towns as well..

 

the term for this is "urban renewal"..its a politically correct way of saying..

 

"black people move out so we can increase property value by putting in fancy hair salons, beer pubs and high dollar condos"

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What I do not agree this thread is that the gringos that go there just knocking pictures of slums, poverty and women or seeking orgies! Why not show the real daily life in Brazil? the day to day? Natural and beautiful things that exist here?

Many people here have a different view!

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Brazil sounds beautiful, but pretty grimey.

 

My wife rented a documentary about the fevalas, they showed footage of the jails in Brazil...FUCK

 

They had insane amounts of people in cells, I'm talking like dude said that they had to take turns standing up and laying down, just so people could sleep and there were dudes laying in fucking hammocks way the fuck up in the cell, just so there would be enough room.

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What I do not agree this thread is that the gringos that go there just knocking pictures of slums, poverty and women or seeking orgies! Why not show the real daily life in Brazil? the day to day? Natural and beautiful things that exist here?

Many people here have a different view!

 

 

this thread is from my first trip to Brasil..

i was on vacation.. i was seeking chics, parties, beaches and making messes on walls..

 

 

since then i have come back and i am now living in Sao Paulo for over a year now....working and STILL seeking pussy and painting.. i know the day to day life..

 

holler

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