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Tonight! Get inside the Brazilian Intertubes

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Brazil has more to offer than gorgeous mulatto bodies during Carnaval. youPIX, a Brazilian festival of Internet culture, is stopping at Barrel House in SF tonight for a short, FREE vacation into the Brazilian Intertron.

Apparently, Brazilian Internet users are among the most active and influential in the world, and youPIX/SF purports to help the layperson understand how they function. With presentation titles like “F*cking Brazilians, How Do They Work?” and “Nerds on Beer + Facebook Shots” (those shots consist of cachaça, a Brazilian spirit made from fresh sugarcane juice), you can be certain that you’ll be both amused and drunk.

youPIX/SF at Barrel House
80 Tehama St. at 2nd [SOMA]
Monday, Oct. 24, 6-10pm
FREE with registration

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