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Sergey Borisov: Brazilian professor hits Fidel Castro's record

The Brazilian professor Josи Luis Pereira Passos set the new world record. As Ananova informed, the professor made a speech, which lasted for 72 hours non-stop. The lecture, delivered by the teacher of Latin was devoted to the peace in the whole world. As the professor said, it was impossible to tolerate the fact that so many nations of the world are at enmity with each other. The professor was clearing his throat during the lecture with lemon and honey tea. Over 200 people put their signatures in the guestbook of the lecture. However, there were only seven people, who managed to listen till the very end of the lecture. The professor himself is sure, he is going to be featured in the Guinness book, which was actually his original goal. The Brazilian man hit the record by Fidel Castro, who once was talking for seven hours. “God help us!” – were the last words of professor’s lecture and then he went to sleep.

Sergey Borisov PRAVDA.Ru

Translated by Dmitry Sudakov

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