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Horse Sense: SEMA used to put an International Area on its show floor, but there's no need for that anymore. These days the whole show is something of a United Nations of hot rodding. Latinos, either from the U.S. or visiting from Mexico and South America, have become a large part of the crowd, so we heard a lot of Spanish. But we also heard Portugese from Brazilians, plenty of French in the media center for some reason, plus a generous number of Australian accents.