Just received the enclosed message with obvious hungarian connotation,
It doesn't mean anything for me, but you may find it even "funny".
Since my co-syop Zsolt is away, please dispose of it as you please.
Joel Rosen, sysop.
In message Tue, 23 Nov 1993 18:49:04 -0500, writes:
> Date: Tue 23 Nov 1993 18:35 ET
> Subject: Thanksgiving for Langos...
> During my research I came across something that may point to the important
> role langos has played in Hungarian history. Apparently in the leaner
> years after WWII, when turkey was not readily available, people often
> formed the langos into a turkey-like shape to retain some spirit of the
> Thanksgiving holiday. Can anyone verify?
> As for the bridge inquiry - what intrigues me even more is, how come
> there are so many darn buildings in BP; whereas if one goes out to a
> 'falu' in the more rural regions, the whole town may consist of just a
> handful of buildings.
> Can anyone point me in the right direction?
> ps. Before anyone should take offense, this posting is meant in jest.
> It may be the impending Lunar Eclipse that has warped my brain - but
> it could have been birth.
A cimem jol mukodik, ha az alabbiakat betartjatok. (Copyright Hollosi J.)