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Who makes the tracked-truck in the first picture? Looks like my perfect Zombie Survival Vehicle.

Too bad it's a photochop of a T-55 tank and a truck.
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Let's say is true for about 70% of cases.

Brazil is getting closer to USA (unfortunately).

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Who makes the tracked-truck in the first picture? Looks like my perfect Zombie Survival Vehicle.

Too bad it's a photochop of a T-55 tank and a truck.
I've seen a couple mod kits to put tracks on a truck before, but not full length ones like that.
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Let's say is true for about 70% of cases.

Brazil is getting closer to USA (unfortunately).

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I am fortunately in that small percentage of lean people in the US. And I haven't really had to work for it either.

I went out with like 3 brazilian girls in college. I have to admit, they had a very high ratio of pretty girls... i think there was only maybe 1 I found unattractive. But when I think about it... compared to other countries with decent numbers at that school like Japan and Russia and of course the US... yeah they were nicely represented. It was odd too, because of those 3, one was castillian spanish raised in brazil, another was english raised there. Another I knew was italian raised in brazil. Go figure.

But on the weight thing, the US still seems ahead of Samoa...
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I am fortunately in that small percentage of lean people in the US. And I haven't really had to work for it either.

Same here.
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It was odd too, because of those 3, one was castillian spanish raised in brazil, another was english raised there. Another I knew was italian raised in brazil. Go figure.

In Brazil is difficult to find someone with long brazilian family line. Maybe because every second or third generation either get killed or run away from the country. Nobody knows why they run away, but that was what happened to me.
In Sao Paulo, almost all my friends parents were foreigners. From Spain, Portugal, Italy, France, Japan, Israel, Germany and Greece. A big salad.
And there is a big club called "Sirio Libanes" where sirian and libanese fellows go on well with all the others, jews included.
And another club called "Hebraica" founded by jews, but accepting all religions and nationalities members.
Interesting country. Probably is the weather mixed with the variety of good food that puts everybody on well together.
Very good place for holidays.
Excelent from Salvador to the north, avoiding Recife high criminality rate.
Sao Paulo and other southern cities are good for serious business.
Rio is ok from november to march only, and be aware of alltime pickpocketing high rate there.
Foz do Iguaçu falls (Argentinian border) make Niagara a small little wonderland park fall (no nationalism - go there and you'll confirm what I'm saying). You never ever seen so much water. Best between september and october (when rain season begins).
Belo Horizonte has got the best chiks. Thermal springs and excelent food. All year.

Sorry, maybe I made it too long.
Thanks for your kind attention.

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