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Here in Argentina they are mandatory.

I have a Shetland sheepdog (the Scottish one, a medium sized dog), and he uses a special seatbelt that anchors in the regular buckle of the backseat on one end, and to his harness on the other. I find it extremely useful, as people here are not renowned for their magnificent driving skills or education, when I have to hit the brakes a bit hard. He is comfortable with it, and I can be sure that he will not hit the back of the seat, or worse, suddenly appear over the dashboard, getting hurt.
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I worked in a photo studio for some years as a photo retoucher (and I still work for them but as a free lancer) and there was a time every year, before the beginning of summer, when an ice cream company required photos of their products. They made those ice creams and iced cakes you can buy at supermarkets. For the regular ice creams, they took the pictures of the real thing before it melted (they had to be quick for that!), and luckily I could eat them as they finished with each shoot! But for the iced cakes, the usually created a strange combination, filling them with cardboard and other things that were not edible.

Sometimes when a restaurant asked for pictures, they brought a cook/crafter that used real pasta on the plates, but for cheese they put some sort of paint that really looked like the real thing (and on the pictures looked delicious), but just the thought of it made me sick.
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From the one seen in Argentina, the actress who plays Kelly (named Paola in the local version) is Luisana Lopilato, wife of Canadian singer Michael Bublé.
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This is amazing! As a train enthusiast, please let me mention that here in Buenos Aires one of the subway lines still uses 96 years old trains daily. You can check a couple of videos here:

Wikipedia says there are around 95 carriages still in use! But they seem that all of them will be retired soon due to the extension of the line and compatibility with the other lines.
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