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Always good to see the Canas even if it's 56k.
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only the 56k version?
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jazz, can you just tell us what Chela said? just an idea... since I couldn't get a clear pic or sound... gracias!

so tell me, what is life like in BAires?? never been but w like to some day...

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I have to say the "Just A Gigolo theme" being sung in Spanish was very cool.

Chela seemed to be having a good time, and I can't wait for the next installment.
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lol the 56k version was hilarious, with a stream that small how can the quality be so shite? ill guess i have to translate the pages with altavista and sign up, so i can get the 100k version
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Well, he said that he was really bad when he was a kid, and that he still is
That he didn't start his year at his best, but was able to improve and could reach his goal which was to be among the top 20. Then he said he admires Federer's game and Hewitt's speed, and how he reaches every ball.
Then he said that if he hadn't been a tennis player, he would have been a vet, and showed some footage of him riding an elephant! LOL
He also said that he felt like the black sheep in RG, because the other argentinians reached the SF except him.
And I don't know what to tell you about Bs As, what do you want to know?
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Thank you jazz your work is fantastic as usual and I saw Chela as a kid, and he doesn't look that much different now.

RF, Buenos Aires is a great city, good cafes, plenty of restaurants, ridiculously wide streets, crazy drivers, some very nice areas in the north. There are plenty of good looking women, love a good time and there is a good music scene and there is a definite Italian influence and the portenos know how to strut and do it in style.
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I missed the Zabaleta show. What happened? Who were his guests today?

If I were here, I could get the Zabaleta show really well, since I have DSL connections.

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Thank you jazz your work is fantastic as usual and I saw Chela as a kid, and he doesn't look that much different now.

RF, Buenos Aires is a great city, good cafes, plenty of restaurants, ridiculously wide streets, crazy drivers, some very nice areas in the north. There are plenty of good looking women, love a good time and there is a good music scene and there is a definite Italian influence and the portenos know how to strut and do it in style.
Nice description
Have you been here before?
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I missed the Zabaleta show. What happened? Who were his guests today?

If I were here, I could get the Zabaleta show really well, since I have DSL connections.
Nothing much happened Sigma. Just what I said about Chela, they showed his messy room again, there was some footage from the Olympics and the Brazilian exhibition, and some other stuff. They showed David changing again, so that was good
I hope Mariano can interview him soon!
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Yeah, I've seen the wide streets... why are they called Portenos? Does it have to do w Puerto?? Thanks, Marc. Yes, lots of Italian influence in ARG and in BRASIL also. No doubt the Argies and most Sudamericanos are very stylish and love to appeal big time to the opposite sex... it's in their blood!

Where in the world w one stay in BA?? I don't know anything about the neighbourhoods or even the population of the city... trying to compare certain superficial things about it to cities I've been to in Europe... just to get some idea.

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Gracias, Jazz!! BsAs... dime todo lo que te impresiona! Lo mejor y lo peor de Bs As!

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They showed David changing again, so that was good
I hope Mariano can interview him soon!
Mmmmmm......hope that is coming up soon. Too bad I can't "tape" it.

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Gracias, Jazz!! BsAs... dime todo lo que te impresiona! Lo mejor y lo peor de Bs As!
Well, I lived in Buenos Aires my whole life, except for one year when I lived in Santa Fe, and being there I diiscovered how much I loved Buenos Aires!
It's difficult to explain, but it's everything: my neighbourhood, the smell of the city, the buildings, the people...
I know we don't have good fame and all, but just a minority is arrogant, the rest of the people is very nice. Everything is fast in Buenos Aires, you do a hundred things a day without even noticing, the time flys here.
Every neighborhood is different, it looks like a different city, you can't compare them.
You have "La Boca", where the Boca stadium is. There, the houses are quite unique, they're painted in different bright colors. It's a tradition now, but a long time ago the people that lived there had to go to the port to ask for the remaining painting from the boats, and that's how they painted their houses. For example, the colours of "Boca Jrs" team is blue and yellow because of Sweden's flag. The people could not decide which color they would use so they said they were gonna use the color of the flag of the next ship that would arrived, and that ship came from Sweden.
I'm sorry for the ramble here! LOL I got a little carried away, I'll send you a pm later Rogie to tell you more things to you and I don't bore the rest of the people!!!
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Jazz - that description was wonderful - and the pictures too. Don't know about everyone else, but you could never bore me with your descriptions of your home city - you make it sound great and your love for it shines through your every word. I would love to hear more too. So if you get a chance (and you don't mind), perhaps you could copy me into Rogi's message - I will definitely visit Bs As one day

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Hi Jazz, thanks for telling.. like Rosie said, its really nice to read! So I wasn't bored at all to read it! so if you want to post more.. please do..
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Jazz - that description was wonderful - and the pictures too. Don't know about everyone else, but you could never bore me with your descriptions of your home city - you make it sound great and your love for it shines through your every word. I would love to hear more too. So if you get a chance (and you don't mind), perhaps you could copy me into Rogi's message - I will definitely visit Bs As one day
And that goes for me too. I would love to hear about your city, Jime, it sounds like a great place to live. Maybe we could have a thread entitled "Where Do You Live". OK, I'll be the first one to start that thread, if that's OK.

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And that goes for me too. I would love to hear about your city, Jime, it sounds like a great place to live. Maybe we could have a thread entitled "Where Do You Live". OK, I'll be the first one to start that thread, if that's OK.
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Sounds like a great idea Sigma - go for it!
This thread is now a reality.

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Zabaleta will interview Willy today on his show. I saw a little part of it, and Mariano had to introduce him a LOT of times cause he couldn't stop laughing.
It will be on today at 2:30, just two hours away
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LMAO!!!!!!!!!!!!! I'm watching Zabaleta's match and he was showing some footage from Brazil's exhibition and there was Guga, his comment was: How could it be that with so many good people dying, this animal(Gaudio) is alive! He was joking, of course. Then there was an older woman, I think it was Guga's mom, and Mariano said to her that Guga should cut his hair right away, and she answere: but it's not as bad as Gaudio's, he looks like a drag! LOL!
Then Mariano "modeling" and making jokes with Saretta. That guy is soooo funny!
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LMAO!!!!!!!!!!!!! I'm watching Zabaleta's match and he was showing some footage from Brazil's exhibition and there was Guga, his comment was: How could it be that with so many good people dying, this animal(Gaudio) is alive! He was joking, of course. Then there was an older woman, I think it was Guga's mom, and Mariano said to her that Guga should cut his hair right away, and she answere: but it's not as bad as Gaudio's, he looks like a drag! LOL!
Then Mariano "modeling" and making jokes with Saretta. That guy is soooo funny!

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Saretta asked: Hey Chela, did you leave your ass in Buenos Aires?
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LMAO!!!! What did he say (Chela, that is)?

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It's making me laugh too - even though I admit they talk so fast I can't understand all of it

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LMAO!!!! What did he say (Chela, that is)?
He just laughed and Zabaleta couldn't stop laughing!
Then there was an interview with Cañas, and in a moments he stopped to pick up the phone, it was his gf and he wished her luck for her first match after months, she had been injured.
And at the end he played football-tennis with an ex football player, it was really funny.
But I loved Saretta and Guga!
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Saretta asked: Hey Chela, did you leave your ass in Buenos Aires?
That's so great and thanks for the translations. I am going to use it in my signature.
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Ah... I missed today's show... had to go out but gracias for the recap! Who's next week??

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We don't know. Say, I can't get that show online. Says it needs me to register. Any way around that?

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