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||(no subject) (mind)
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||WANTED Hungarian Quarterly 1994 Spring. 35:133 (mind)
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||Re: SCM: Re: Information about rommania wanted (mind)
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||Transylvania new book (mind)
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||Re: Bela Kun (mind)
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In article > ,
>Good looking, athletic, [..]
>5'9 1/2", 150 lbs,
rather a good-looking broomstick....;-) :-) ;-)
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Re:"The lot of women in Hungary" (Hungary #561)
Well, it had to happen! According to the captioned article, the writer
has discovered a Shangri La for women : It is in Hungary. Needless to to
say, myself and millions
of other Hungarian men are elated. We always maintained that we are pretty
good guys and our exemplary deportment in the home elevates us above plain
men who just do not know how to favour their women!
I do not want to rain on the parade, but I wonder if the writer has
considered the impact of his
findings. For example, now that the cat is out of the bag, millions of women
will make the trek toNirvana in the hope of being able to share their lives
with these newly discovered caring / sharing type of men. How will the
country accommodate this sudden invasion ? Are there enough men available?
I have other concerns too. Unfortunately, my wife and daughter leaving. Yes,
they are going
toHungary and I must drive them to the airport.
Oh, yes! They read the article. Judging from their anticipation, I wonder if
I will ever see them.
On the other hand , based on my own observations as verified by Eva Balogh's
views on the
subject, I do not believe that things are THAT good for members of the fair
sex in Hungary.
However, this will not stop me from wishing they were.
|+ - ||WANTED Hungarian Quarterly 1994 Spring. 35:133 (mind)
WANTED The Hungarian Quarterly 1994 Spring. 35:133
Reply to --
|+ - ||Re: SCM: Re: Information about rommania wanted (mind)
Andrei Besutui writes:
Hey you! If the Hungarians want to celebrate the Hungary National Day, they
must do that at Budapest or in other hungarian city. Not in Romania.>>
Just wondering, Andrei...
I thought Romania was a free country.
Believe it or not, there are some people in the United States who celebrate
Bastille Day. They are not fined or jailed for doing so.
|+ - ||Transylvania new book (mind)
I recently received a new book on Transylvania.
Title: Facts Against Fiction: Transylvania-Wallachian/Rumanian
Homeland since 70 B.C.
Author: Dr. L. Kaza'r
Publisher: Forum of History, P.O.Box478. Chester Hill, Sydney, 2162.
Summary: The author made a compilation of what encyclopaedias say on
the subject under the heading "Transylvania" since 1888, together with
a summary of the history of Transylvania by Dr Ka'lma'n Benda,
Historian, Institute of History, Budapest.
I am happy to provide further information on request.
Research School of Chemistry ANU Canberra
phone:61 6 2493716; fax: 61 6 2490750
|+ - ||Re: Bela Kun (mind)
>Dorin Taranul > wrote:
>>To what end, Joe? You've already got your mind made up!
>And we all know how open minded you are, right?
I do not know if "we all know" it or not, but, if you insist, I could
post some of the previous letters and/or posting YOU personally wrote
me on the subject! Remember them, Joe, or have you conveniently
forgot'em?! Tsk, tsk, tsk, I thought that this kind of selective
memory was reserved only to the barbaric Slavonic speaking Olachs from
Illyria, not to the True Europeans of Mongol blood!