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[Lupa]: Surely this has happened to you: you listen to an episode of this wonderful podcast and you think, “Oh

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[Daniel Alarcón, host]:  Before we start, a warning: this episode contains a very broad sampling of foul Argentinian language. Discretion

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[Daniel Alarcón, host]: Welcome to Radio Ambulante from NPR. I’m Daniel Alarcón. (ARCHIVAL SOUNDBITE) [Alberto Fujimori]: We’re twenty kilometers from Lima, ten

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[Daniel Alarcón, host]: Welcome to Radio Ambulante from NPR. I’m Daniel Alarcón. Addresses in Costa Rica are an enigma. [Sergio]: From the

[Daniel Alarcón]: Before we begin, a warning to our listeners: This episode of Radio Ambulante includes descriptions of sexual situations

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