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1 Re: Simandy (mind)  17 sor     (cikkei)
2 Re: NATO - Scrisoare de suport (mind)  49 sor     (cikkei)
3 AFI Presents: The Conquest (Honfoglalas), March 8, 6:00 (mind)  40 sor     (cikkei)
4 Re: 5x10 (mind)  20 sor     (cikkei)
5 NATO candidates (mind)  21 sor     (cikkei)
6 Re: Personal Belongings...to Whom? (mind)  18 sor     (cikkei)
7 Camp Kilmer emlekezese (mind)  5 sor     (cikkei)
8 Re: Deng Xiaoping (mind)  19 sor     (cikkei)
9 Three cheers (mind)  17 sor     (cikkei)
10 INTERNET USAGE SURVEY (mind)  38 sor     (cikkei)
11 Re: TRY IT! (mind)  5 sor     (cikkei)
12 Re: NATO candidates (mind)  1 sor     (cikkei)

+ - Re: Simandy (mind) VÁLASZ  Feladó: (cikkei)

In article >  (aheringer) writes:

>Ma reggel hallottam a magyar radioban hogy meghalt Simandy Jozsef.  80 
>eves volt.  A 80 eves szuletesnapjara a magyar operahaz nagy unnepseg 
>kereteben nekiajandekozta a Bank Ban kosztumot, amiben annyiszor enekelte 
>el a Hazam, hazam, te mindenem cimu ariat.

>Tavaly itt volt Torontoban.  Itt is elenekelte, de sajnos, jobb lett 
>volna, ha megtartom emlekeimben ugy, ahogy hoskoraban enekelte.
>Beke poraira!


Azt hiszem, korunk legnagyobb magyar tenorja't sirathatjuk. Ho"stenor 
szerepekben utole'rhetetlen, lirai dallamokban az egyik legkiva'lo'bb.
Nyugodje'k be'ke'ben.
+ - Re: NATO - Scrisoare de suport (mind) VÁLASZ  Feladó: (cikkei)

 (Alexander N. Bossy) writes:

>On Wed, 05 Mar 1997 17:15:54 -0500,  (T.M.Lutas)

>>If NATO membership is real-politik then Romania's membership has even greater
>>weight behind it. 

I have to agree. Hungary, while it had one of the most stable
goverments in the region, has very little to offer
to NATO. Yeah, we do have airspace. 

>>With both Hungary and Romania in NATO, how would Russia be able to 
>>rekindle mischief in the former territory of Yugoslavia? 

They could if they wanted to. 

>>If Turkey slides further toward Islamicization and starts looking more 
>>towards Iran than the US as a model how is NATO going to keep open its 
>>Black Sea options other than from Romanian ports.

Good point. I think the right powers will do their best to
avoid another Ayatollah fiasco. 

>>How could Balkan stability be assured with Romania out of NATO and Hungary 
>>in. It's a clear recipe for stirring up both ambition and paranoia. Is there 
>>a more dangerous mix in the Balkans?

I wouldn't look at it so pointedly. First of all, Hungary and the
larger part of Romania are not the Balkans. Second, I don't think
we are a dangerous mix. Let alone the most dangerous mix. After all, Hungarian
ambition and Romanian paranoia coexisted for centuries. -):

>This depends upon whether Romania is being told that she'll be
>admitted in the very near future (two or three years) or is being left
>out like the Baltic Republics are (as of now -- I suspect that the new
>NATO members will keep pushing for further enlargement -- after all,
>who wants to be the borderland over which the potential next war would
>be fought). 

The Baltic Reps would put NATO in a jam, should they ever need to
defend them. 

Seems to me, there is not much to gain by the membership. On either
+ - AFI Presents: The Conquest (Honfoglalas), March 8, 6:00 (mind) VÁLASZ  Feladó: (cikkei)

American Premiere!
With Franco Nero & Gabor Koltai in Person
Sat, Mar 8, 6:00

896 AD, and here come the Magyars! as chieftain Arpad leads his seven
tribes into the Carpathian basin from the steppes.  The most ambitious and
successful of the many works commemorating the 1100th anniversary of the
"Birth of Hungary", this is a sweeping, epic production, with thousands of
extras filmed on the sites of the actual events in a throwback to the
grand tradition of the Eastern European superspectacle.  While Italian,
his lusty performance has elevated Franco Nero to honorary Hungarian
status;  and its screenplay attains a rare authenticity-written by that
rarest of combinations, a revered historian and a film executive.  With
legendary ballet dancer Viktor Fulop as the Shaman.

Directed by Gabor Koltai.  Written by Istvan Nemeskurthy.  With:  Nero,
Fulop.  Hungary, 1996, color, 107 minutes, Hungarian with titles.

Shown at:  American Film Institute Theater, John F. Kennedy Center

Price: $6.50 (general public)
       $5.50 (AFI members, students under 18 & senior citizens)

Box office information: located in the Hall of States at the Kennedy
Center, open 5PM - 9PM on weekdays, 1PM - 9PM on weekends

Ticket Information: phone orders may be placed at: (202) 785-4601
(restrictions may apply)


=C1rpad F=E1bi=E1n Kov=E1cs

-- L=E1sd Tisza Egy=FCttes web oldal=E1t - Please visit the homepage of the
   Tisza Ensemble:
WWW                : http://www.glue.umd.edu/~hungaria/Tisza
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personal email     : 
+ - Re: 5x10 (mind) VÁLASZ  Feladó: (cikkei)


>aheringer wrote:
>> Talan a Zoli Fekete tud valamit csinalni.  Ugy tudom, van olyan, hogy
>> valakit ki lehet uzni egy listarol a serverjen keresztul.  Istvan,
>> sohasem gondoltam volna, hogy valamiben is valaha egyetertunk!
>> Agnes

>Agnes jo az otleted! Ez az illeto csak provokal a racist tipusu
>cikkeivel. En a cenzura ellen vagyok altalaban, de szerintem
>nekunk ez nem hianyzik. How about it Zoli ? 

>                    Mark

Van egy kis problema. A kiuzes e-mail cimmel kapcsolatos, nem szemellyel. Az 
AOL kebeleben akarki kb. 5 perc alatt uj cimet tud fabrikalni maganak. Ezert 
kedvelik a nevtelensegbe burkolodzo provokatorok.
+ - NATO candidates (mind) VÁLASZ  Feladó: (cikkei)

I wonder if it's pure coincidence that the three NATO candidates
mentioned most often as being invited in the first round of accession
are those countries that demonstarted active resistance against their
former Communist regimes.

Poland, of course, was in the forefront of it during most of her
post-war history and her 1956 Posnan events served as the catalyst
for igniting the Hungarian Uprising of the same year.
Then there was the 1968 Prague Spring, of course. None of the other
former East Bloc countries can show up any such events as these.

Do you think these events are paramount in the minds of Western leaders
in leaning toward these three countries or those events are just the
byproduct of the Western orientation of those countries and it's that
orientation that is appreciated by those Western leaders?

Joe Pannon
REMINDER: Please correct my e-mail address in any personal reply by
removing the "antiSPAM." part from it.  I have altered the address
in the hope of defeating address grabbing SPAM software.  Thanks, JP
+ - Re: Personal Belongings...to Whom? (mind) VÁLASZ  Feladó: (cikkei)

On 6 Mar 1997 13:50:47 GMT, Istvan Lippai > wrote
>I bet you both had pretty good lives, thanks to your 56-er brothers. 

I think this is getting personal, Pista, and nobody was chastising you
personally about these things, as I have no idea about your family situation.  
Besides, what does your above statement have anything to do with the
original subject?  You have no idea what effect my 56-er brother had
on my life, just as I have no idea how what I said in general applies
to you personally and that it would send you on a guilt trip.  
So let's keep these things in mind, OK?

Joe Pannon
REMINDER: Please correct my e-mail address in any personal reply by
removing the "antiSPAM." part from it.  I have altered the address
in the hope of defeating address grabbing SPAM software.  Thanks, JP
+ - Camp Kilmer emlekezese (mind) VÁLASZ  Feladó: (cikkei)

Azok az 56-osok akik Camp Kilmer, New Jersey-ben kezdtek Amerikai 
eletuket erdekes emlekeztetot talalnanak az alabbi URL-on:

Laszlo Horvath
+ - Re: Deng Xiaoping (mind) VÁLASZ  Feladó: (cikkei)

In article > Laszlo Horvath 
nford.edu> writes:
>From: Laszlo Horvath >
>Subject: Re: Deng Xiaoping
>Date: Thu, 06 Mar 1997 09:12:01 -0800

>.....It's understood that if 
>Wally could piss (and it can be only symbolic act anyway) of Dengh's 
>grave now, he could have very well proposed to do it, let's say ten 
>months ago.

>But it would be nice to hear the Poetician's comments too.

>Sincerely, Laszlo

Let me offer a compromise:
The Chinese are busy making a 40 ft statue of Deng. If Wally wants to piss on 
the statue, that would be cheerable.
+ - Three cheers (mind) VÁLASZ  Feladó: (cikkei)

"Istvan Lippai" > writes:

>> George Kovacs wrote:
>> > Well, if you think that pissing on a dead man's grave is greater than
>> > criticizing the dictator, that I guess I feel sorry for you, too.

>Laszlo Horvath > wrote (in response to above) 
>> Try to piss on their legs while they 
>> are in power, or often even when they are dead. Why to commit suicide? 

>Laszloval teljessen eggyet ertek.  Eloszor is miert veszitenenk el egy jo
>embert semmiert.

Azt hiszem nem egy kis kinairol beszeltunk Kinaban, hanem Wally-rol Canadaban. 
Nem hiszem, hogy Wally bortonbe kerult volna Deng kritizalasaert, amig eletben 
+ - INTERNET USAGE SURVEY (mind) VÁLASZ  Feladó: (cikkei)


Please allow me to introduce myself, my name is Arun Muthuswami.
I am currently updating my Internet Usage Survey results which 
were borne out of a project in a course I did at McGill University.

This survey is mainly to target at what time you access the Net, and
for what reasons. It is a very simple easy to understand quick
survey. I have put the questions on the Web for everyone's convenience.
I would appreciate it if you can spend a few moments of your precious time
to fill out this survey at:


Once your there, just click on the "Survey" or "Internet Usage Survey"
buttons'. Please be aware this is a personal site, GeoCities was the only 
place where I could host the survey for free. If you feel that the access 
time is slow, you may go directly to the Survey home page at:


I would also appreciate it if you can bookmark this site, and spread the
word to as many people as you can. Please put a link on your home page to
I am dependant on several amounts of feedback.

Thank you for your understanding.

PS: As something in return, I have links on the Survey page to good HTML
I have also included a very simple 3-step process to finding a home on the
Also, please don't forget to sign my guestbook eh? :-)
Best regards,
Arun Muthuswami

+ - Re: TRY IT! (mind) VÁLASZ  Feladó: (cikkei)

Re quick way to make lots of dough out of $5: 

Sounds like a pyramid scheme to me and in many countries, that is 
illegal. People have been following the news about the bankruptcies of 
many people caught in these schemes?
+ - Re: NATO candidates (mind) VÁLASZ  Feladó: (cikkei)

Thank your for the precise historical review.