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GrandeDavid
10-21-2007, 08:21 AM
Greetings, my fellow Texans fans! Although I'm actually from San Antonio, I've been living in Brazil for the past 8 years. I'm trying to get a humble fanbase established down here in Brazil, although its soccer and to a lesser degree basketball and volleyball territory!

I attend at least one Texans game per year and when in Brazil follow the games via the nfl.com league pass.

Roxsfan invited me here from Spurstalk.com. I'm a huge Texans fan and look forward to enjoying the rise of this team together with all of you.

Thanks again for having me here!

Go Texans!

Vinny
10-21-2007, 08:30 AM
Welcome aboard...give me a holler if you need any help around here.

BattleRedToro
10-21-2007, 08:44 AM
Greetings, my fellow Texans fans! Although I'm actually from San Antonio, I've been living in Brazil for the past 8 years. I'm trying to get a humble fanbase established down here in Brazil, although its soccer and to a lesser degree basketball and volleyball territory!

I attend at least one Texans game per year and when in Brazil follow the games via the nfl.com league pass.

Roxsfan invited me here from Spurstalk.com. I'm a huge Texans fan and look forward to enjoying the rise of this team together with all of you.

Thanks again for having me here!

Go Texans!

Cool,

So what are you doing in Brazil, and what is it like there?

I've never been to Brazil, but I think it would be fun to go there. I went to Colombia earlier this year and had a great time there, so I imagine I would enjoy Brazil as well.

edo783
10-21-2007, 09:41 AM
Welcome!

Texanator
10-21-2007, 10:03 AM
Welcome Home!!!
I have some very avid Texans fans who live in Argentina. Not exactly Brazil, but a lot closer than Texas.

GrandeDavid
10-28-2007, 12:52 AM
Cool,

So what are you doing in Brazil, and what is it like there?

I've never been to Brazil, but I think it would be fun to go there. I went to Colombia earlier this year and had a great time there, so I imagine I would enjoy Brazil as well.

Thanks for the nice comments, all of you. What's in Brazil? Besides an endless pool of beautiful women, lots of business opportunity and very nice people. After having spent years down here it still boggles my mind how little people know about this country, and all the misconceptions. First and foremost, I think the vast majority of Brazilians truly admire and like Americans. I've had family and friends down here, all arriving with a bit of leeriness, but leaving with nothing but love. Its pretty cool, otherwise I wouldn't still be here.

Again, thanks for the warm welcome, guys.

stingray
10-28-2007, 10:04 AM
How about the girls there? Gorgeous huh...