Dr. House: “Hmmm… The Workers Party (PT) has been in power for the last eleven years. Now it says it will resort to emergency measures to improve the country…”
Como você sabe, “Eremildo, o Idiota”, é um personagem de Elio Gaspari. Tudo indica que a idiotice, no caso, seja genética.
As you may know, “Eremildo, the Moron”, is a fictional character by Elio Gaspari. Looks like it runs in the family…
Vejam: no Brasil do Século 21, a expressão “rabo-preso” não é mais utilizada. O correto é dizer “governabilidade”. Aprendam.
Now pay attention and learn, once and for all: in 21st Century’s Brazil, the expression “compromising situation” is no longer used. The correct word to describe it is “governability”.
The question is: do you know why Brazil is always moving sideways, going backward, never forward? It’s very simple. Instead of concentrating on the selection of the team pictured up above, the people is constantly worried about who is going to be picked and chosen to play on the national soccer team. That is why, among other reasons, Brazil is so disgusting.
Mr. José Dirceu talks once more about the “mensalao” (Brazil’s largest ever monthly political payola). He deliriously insists: “Brazil knows I am innocent.”
This Blog asks if this guy, convicted by the Brazilian Supreme Court of being chief of the petralha gang, would also be the one who created the famous Nazi quote “a lie, repeated a thousand times, becomes the truth.” In other words, fuck off, Joey!
A word to the wise:
The noun “sede” (with a the first “e” open, as in “é”) means “host city”, “headquarters”, etc.
The same noun “sede” pronounced with the first “e” closed (as in “ê”) means thirst.
Keep that in mind before thinking that Brazil is the place to be, or to visit, or to come see the next World Cup.
Nunca antes na História desse País se viu tantos canhões fora dos quartéis!
*In a lame double attempt at integrating slang among diverse countries and cultures, here’s the explanation: “cannon”, in Brazilian Portuguese, also refers to decidedly ugly women (as the ones pictured above — all of them members of the current un-government).
Dilma questions the construction target for daycares that she publicized herself; in Belo Horizonte, president said that she didn’t know where the figure (8 thousand) came from; she publicized the number herself in April.
For the benefit of Lessa’s Blog international audience, here’s an explanation for this post’s title: “fecaloma” relates to “hematoma” as in the illustration below; however, the fecaloma’s solid swelling (as referred to below) is made of pure, unadulterated shit compressing the president’s brain tissue. That explains the enormous amount of stupidity permanently uttered by Ms. Rousseff.
O nióbio, por exemplo, é um mineral de suma importância para o mundo inteiro, e que só o Brasil exporta. Produzimos 98% das jazidas desse mineral e mesmo assim ainda somos um país pobre. Por que será?
Niobium, for example, is a mineral of extreme importance to the entire world. Brazil, with 98% of its reserves, is basically the only exporter of niobium — yet, it is a poor country. Why is that?
Na cretina não-polêmica em torno da edição de biografias autorizadas/não-autorizadas, criada por um grupelho de artistas do fazendão que se considera acima do bem e do mal — um bando de “donos da verdade”, vem à lembrança essa famosa frase de Roberto Campos — que já nos deixou faz tempo. No entanto, sua avaliação a respeito do fazendão continua atual.
This press release is dated May 10, 1993, when Itamar Franco was Brazil’s president. The incident involves a certain Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva calling the president an SOB. Itamar chose to comment by asking what would happen if the situation were to be the other way around, “if this arrogant and elitist individual were to be called an SOB. Mr. Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva called me a SOB. My mother’s name was Italia Franco. Even if I were indeed to be an SOB, I would certainly maintain the same filial love for my mother.”
In this very short video, my commentary is: Marina Silva, the Watermelon woman (green on the outside, red on the inside), has just joined the PSB (Brazilian Socialist Party) while maintaining that Eduardo Campos is the party’s candidate for president in 2014. There you have it! You’ve just heard the 21st century version of “The Trojan Mare”…
Source: Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics
Infelizmente, nós já sabemos a resposta…
Sadly, we all know the answer…