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Offline Südenbauer

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Re: Poor inglês? No problem for Brazil's diplomats
« Resposta #50 Online: 01 de Abril de 2006, 21:35:12 »
Thank you, Fernando.

Long life to Wikipedia! :D
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Re: Poor inglês? No problem for Brazil's diplomats
« Resposta #51 Online: 02 de Abril de 2006, 05:21:01 »
Huh... Galileo, I believe you can't read the link on my signature, so you can be missing a main point here: *I* am the Osias from the above posts. Did you... ever heard about transexuality? :lol:
Hey, Osias! I didn't know you were a tranny.  I hope it goes well for you.

This Ruth Lemos thing is interesting. Have you ever tried to speak into a microphone while your own words are coming back to you in earphones, but with a slight time delay? It's very difficult to speak normally in that circumstance. It is a demonstration of how heavily we rely on our own aural "feedback" in our ordinary speech.
"Galileo was more perceptive than his prosecutors" - Pope John Paul II, 1992

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Re: Poor inglês? No problem for Brazil's diplomats
« Resposta #52 Online: 02 de Abril de 2006, 08:25:38 »
Huh... Galileo, I believe you can't read the link on my signature, so you can be missing a main point here: *I* am the Osias from the above posts. Did you... ever heard about transexuality? :lol:
Hey, Osias! I didn't know you were a tranny.

Me neither, hehehehe. :lol: It was a surpise for everbody. But if you take a close look on my avatar now, it's a poster for the oscar nominated movie transamerica, showing the dilemma of pre-op trannies when going to public bathrooms... ^.^

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I hope it goes well for you.
Thank you.


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This Ruth Lemos thing is interesting. Have you ever tried to speak into a microphone while your own words are coming back to you in earphones, but with a slight time delay?
I never give interviews, but I imagine it could happen easily. I wonder why it doesn't show on tv often. I suppose that's because most journalists dont make "live" interviews about  trivial subjects.


 

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