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  1. Sam Za Nemesis
    O administrador de empresas Aurélio Fernandes não acreditou quando o carro do Uber chegou ao seu prédio hoje pela manhã em São Paulo. Ao volante estava ninguém menos do que a presidente afastada Dilma Rousseff.

    "Entrei no carro e nem acreditei. Achei que fosse algum sósia, alguém fazendo uma pegadinha, sei lá. Então ela começou a dizer que clicou num anúncio do Facebook que prometia emprego no Uber e resolveu tentar", disse o cliente.

    Durante o trajeto, a presidente afastada reclamou dos motoristas. Ao levar uma fechada, ela botou a cabeça pra fora e ficou gritando "É gole! É golpe!". Ao fim da corrida, em vez de pagar R$ 25, o preço usual, o passageiro viu que a corrida custava R$ 30. Sim, com Dilma dirigindo, a inflação chegou ao Uber. Dilma não ofereceu nada ao passageiro.
  2. Headhumpy
    "Yeah." might be the greatest one-word post I've ever seen on Facepunch.
  3. IAreLegend
    I just want to say, although I don't agree with your political standing, your posts are extremely well articulated and you always have a good point to make that I haven't thought of. your post in the Munich thread about how you'd prefer a multiracial society over a multicultural society was excellent and I definitely agree with you on it.
  4. Trebgarta
    Dont drink & drive !!!!
  5. Trebgarta
    You are younger than 18? You "sound" much older than that.

  6. GrizzlyBear
    What's your opinion on Cameron resigning? While I don't agree with everything you say I still think you make pretty informative posts and your opinion is pretty interesting to read about on SH. Who do you hope takes his place?
  7. mdeceiver79
    I'm glad you started a blog. Reading your various article atm. Can't say I agree with it all but its a good read.
  8. TCB
    and when i say her family, i'm not talking about oldass henry the eighth shit, there are much more recent examples of the royal family doing some fucked up shit. i don't know why you're asking for evidence as if it isn't common knowledge (i can't provide actual links rn sozpal but just do ya googles) but i thought everyone knew they were at least a little bit shady? +in regards to the laughing stock "hearsay", it's no secret that the queen causes national embarrassment simply because we're still clinging to ancient bullshit ~traditions~ like birth rights, any other country in the world with a monarchy is looked at in contempt ever since the world realized empires aren't a noble endeavor, britain gets a free pass because of tradition? again, i can't give you pasted links at the moment but i'd imagine it actually takes an amount of effort to not be aware of these sorta facts despite growing up in a place like the UK
  9. TCB
    all you have to do is google anything along the lines of "uk monarchy crimes" and you'll find a bunch of stuff

    tradition is absolutely not the reason why we retain the monarchy; the queen owns a shitload of land and if we piss her off we'd most likely end up paying 3 types of tax (council, government and royal); the primary reason she's still around is because it's simpler that way. people in power don't genuinely care about tradition, it's only a factor when it comes to preventing uproar. i mean english people are traditionally bigots (as are most die-hard national-pride queen idolizers, anecdotally) but "that's how it's been so that's how it'll be" isn't much of an argument, that's why you get a bunch of stuck-in-the-past brits who say delusional shit like "the UK has a better army than the US because we're fighting for queen and country!!"
  10. TCB
    read up on the war crimes and just her (+family's) general history, + the fact that she only has power thanks to being born to a bloodline of cut-throat savages. +hella wrong if you think people don't skip the rose-tinted tradition and look at the monarch as a straight up mockery of a crumbled ~empire~, and comparisons like sweden don't really work since we're talking about the tradition of >great britain< in which the role of the queen has had much more of a cultural (+historical/international) impact than the other examples.

    tradition isn't inherently wrong of course and there are plenty of traditional things that are worth preserving, but a manipulative setback like the queen really isn't a good argument as to why we should remain in the past
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