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    Posted April 13, 2014 by
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    My great 60's

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     rwy10 shared photos from his ninth birthday in Sao Paulo, Brazil, in August 1969. 'In the '60s, Brazil was strongly influenced by the United States, whether in fashion or music. Rock and Roll dominated the programming on radios, and so did mini skirts,' he said.
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    60s, here in Brazil were the fashion kids parties made ​​in house, the man reached the moon, and so Brazil wanted to get together with him in dreams fed by kids.
    Everyone wanted to be astronauts, everyone wanted to walk on the moon with Armstrong, and I remember one of my favorite toys was the astronaut's helmet and an astronaut uniform.

    The mini skirts were in fashion, as well as the rock that rocked the programming of radios in Brazil.

    Here flagranted my birthday 9 year old!

    Década de 60, aqui no Brasil a moda eram as festas infantis feitas em casa, o homem chegava á Lua, e assim o Brasil queria chegar junto com ele nos sonhos alimentados pelas crianças.
    Todos queriam ser astronautas , todos queriam pisar na Lua junto com Armstrong, e lembro que um dos meus brinquedos favoritos era o capacete de astronauta, e um uniforme de astronauta.

    As mini saias estavam na moda, assim como o rock que embalava a programação das rádios no Brasil.

    Aqui flagranted de meu aniversário de 9 anos!
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