LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||06/ABR/2006 11:55 AM|
|Assunto:||Mulher no volante perigo constante|
Probably 30 minutes after my posting, I realized you were joking, that it was a rhyme.
Think the biggest piece of junk I ever owned was a Suzuki Samurai. They have them here in Brazil, but under another name. The "Viveta" is called a "Sidekick" in the USA. I used to leave my checkbook at the mechanic's, and visit it on weekends. I'm largely responsible for paying for his children's university education. A fellow tells me that the Samurai is to Chileans what the Fusca was to Brazilians. Happy to hear that someone likes them. Maybe I just had a "lemon". I really don't know. I drove a GEO Tracker (same thing as a Suzuki Sidekick/Viveta), and I had very good luck with it. Finally it got so old and had so many miles on it that the mechanic told me it had passed its last emission inspection. I sold it to a nephew in Oregon where such inspections are unheard of.
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