The conversation ended and it turned into a brawling camp. All that remains is a sad story of verbal warfare, which renders any attempt at analysis completely useless.
André Ventura rehearsed his entry into the ring well. He took on Jack LeMotta, the 1940s boxing champion Robert de Niro made famous in the movie ‘Enraived Bull’. “, and tried to lean him against the ropes. He tried to mobilize him for a quick KO, which would show the opponent’s lack of fiber, energy and utility for the great fight on the right. Ventura, as always, speaking for the conversation of coffee, for the world grafted between the exploitation of mental poverty typical of evangelical sects, the habitual cognitive dysfunction of the adept who thrives in the old labyrinth of fanaticism, but also the citizen who has in the protest, pure, hard, often empty, a form of socialization.
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