Some thoughts on Brazilian bureaucracy.

10 06 2008

AAAARRRRRRRGHHHHH!!!

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I am so ready to leave this place if only because I can understand how things work in my own country. To get anything—-ANYTHING—- official done here is like drinking battery acid. I’m not saying it’s any more pleasant in the States, but I have absolute certainty that I’d at least be able to speak my mind with people at home. I am having a fiery day and this red tape surrounding my leaving is making flames shoot out my ears.

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2 responses

11 06 2008
Nilsa

I’ve always heard such great things about VISITING South America. But, I hear equally as many frustrating stories about government, postal service, etc. Sigh. Hope you get things straightened out in time to return home a happy camper.

11 06 2008
Susan

I can’t even imagine, but its gotta be close to how I feel when I can’t do something government online and have to visit the dreaded DMV. Bleck!

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