Thursday, 5 December 2013

Limits in disloyalty in competition with women, women x women: Do they really exist?

  1. Monica Seles, 1993: Stabbed not to win in tennis ( Since this is an only-female competition, we do infer that another female organized this stabbing with the man who did it in order to knock her out; 
  2. Inquisition, all the way through, 1470-1570, usually independent and attractive women were the ones to be accused of witchery: ( Most informal accusations were made by women against other women,…; 
  3. Daniella Perez, 1992: Killed by Paula Thomaz and her husband, Guilherme Padua. Paula was jealous of her husband because he would appear in scenes of a certain soap opera with Daniella ( states that Paula Thomaz drove the vehicle that should actually have been named Daniella’s death carriage;
  4. Susan Worrall, 2008: (killed by the sister, argument about a hair shaper and Internet);
  5. Ashley Indico, 2013: (sister-in-law kills her and Ashley was pregnant);
  6. Sister, 2012: (she had an affair with her sister’s husband and even became pregnant. She was also a married woman). With no shame, she still asks for advice over the Internet about what she should be doing. According to her, however, she had a noble gesture as a result of regret: After two weeks of affair, she finished all;
  7. Daughter, 2008: (the mother confesses having had sex, and by the way really great sex, with the boyfriend of her daughter. According to her, she hopes that he will tell the daughter and she envies her daughter for having such a man in bed, basically); 
  8. Marcia Pinheiro, 2000: An Argentinian hairdresser from UQ almost destroyed our scalp forever in 2000, as we asked her to turn our hair into blonde. She first kept on asking us why we wanted to change the color of our hair, and she did this several times, and then, after she started doing it, she kept on repeating that she had never done that before (a hairdresser?). She ends up pouring milk over our head after applying and reapplying her mix and getting our head burning, like almost on fire… . A good native Australian woman, also a hairdresser, from a more expensive salon, recommended to us by a native female from our college, fixed the work of the Argentinian woman, who had left our hair grey instead of blonde, and our scalp full of injuries, even after all that absurd sequence of crime (we cannot call that less than crime);
  9. It is never ending… .

Sunday, 1 December 2013

Rio de Janeiro is one of the filthiest holes of this world.

Public and easily observable behavior of the locals

During carnival, in Rio de Janeiro, still these days, under daylight, one will find a crowd of the size of an entire town peeing on the streets, and sometimes even pooing, believe it or not. 

It is not that these less than animals do not know toilets yet or do not have those available around them, but they are probably drunk  and tired and do not mind defecating and urinating at the face of everyone else where everyone steps, basically. is just one of the many instances of capture of the images of this sort of event by the popular press.


We visited Rio (we hate the place and never wanted to be in it, but for odd reasons spent long time of our existence in it and got the unbelievable stolen by it) in 2003 and were inside of a kiosk, which had a camera pointing at its entrance and was located in front of the police station at the bus terminal.

Basically, there was this desk person who promised keeping an eye on our notebook for us (our first Toshiba (bought in 2001), a second-hand machine that was sold to us by an official reseller of the government of Australia, a wonderful human creation), even though we were going to put it extremely close to our leg once inside of the cabin.

It was the time to stare at their computer and back and the notebook was gone forever, with an entire remake of our translation of the book of John Casti, Five Golden Rules, that we put ourselves to do for very odd reasons.

It contained quite a few documents of high importance.

Believe it or not, they alleged, the cops that stay in front of the place, like at a distance of perhaps less than 20 meters, in a straight line, that the camera was not pointing at the kiosk by the time it happened and that they then saw nothing.

The desk lady also alleged that she saw nothing.

The owner rejected the idea of compensating us or investigating things any further. That was a man who spoke Spanish, therefore it was a man who was not born in Brazil.

Already in the 90’s, there was a joke that circulated in Brazil meant to tell what carioca culture was:

The president of the USA and the president of Brazil were both inside of an airplane. The president of the USA asked the Brazilian president: Are we already in Rio? The Brazilian president said nothing, but put his Rolex close to the window. When he brought the wrist back, there was no Rolex on it anymore. He then said: It looks like we have arrived.

Collective Hygiene
In Rio, the trash is collected almost every day by the employees of COMLURB in the city, for instance ( Even so, there is nowhere a person can go that be street where we do not find dirt.

According to, Rio de Janeiro ranks nine in the list of the dirtiest cities on earth, but they bring Buenos Aires, a place where we have been, as number six, what we deem to be impossible to believe: Buenos Aires was an extremely clean place compared to Rio de Janeiro when we visited it, and that was about one decade ago.

Typical Sociology and Topology

The place lives in civil war between social classes and everyone who has got some money is surrounded by groups of people from the heights who have none, basically.

These people from the heights, the slums people, hold every sort of weapon that not even the Brazilian military personnel hold.

A subject of debate in the press in Brazil was once, for instance, the so famous AR-15 because the marginalia from the heights had those, yet those are exclusive property of the Armed Forces of the United States of America (,d.dGI&cad=rja).

The mountains, where the slums usually are, are told to be small communities, but they actually are small pockets of marginalia. 

Everyone in the slums (from the heights) will know who the king or queen of their mountain is, basically.

That one they will respect and treat as an authority.

Violence in general

This is one of the many sources of information about the present level of violence in Rio de Janeiro:

With much regret, we confess having told their locals that we thought Australia was a first world nation only because they hid their actual figures of violence (2003, when of our visit).

Since back then, they must not be taking note of several crimes that happen there trying to imitate Australia, since that is all Brazil, especially Rio, has ever done.

We say that because the source we have just mentioned claims that the rate of homicide has decreased in Rio recently and we think we are sure that this is not possible.

Rates of violence and crime just go up in Rio de Janeiro all the time, for very obvious reasons, instead.