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December 04, 2005


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Andreas Morlok

> Obscure bits of Balkan history? Kosovo? We're >service-oriented here at HDtD, so please let us >know.)

Obscure bits of Balkan popular culture ? Seriously, is there anything like a strong
local entertainment industry, or are the music/movies etc about the same stuff you
find all over the place in Europe ?


Oskar L.

Keeping it a cup a day sounds wise. Big question is - WHEN do you give yourself your one cup of coffe?

Michael M.

I should switch to the one-cup-a-day regimen. I actually didn't drink coffee at all until moving to this part of Europe, where sitting in a cafe is the primary social undertaking. Now I can't stop myself.

And what do you want to see more of?

I just finished Pacapa's "Red Horizons", which I seem to remember reading on your recommendation. (This might be faulty memory -- I couldn't find anything about the book in a search of this site. Still, I'm pretty sure it was you.)

At any rate, I would love to see more Ceausescu-related stuff. I can't get enough. He's like coffee now -- a really bitter one, but one I can't seem to stay away from.

Tony Zbaraschuk

Historical/cultural analyses are extremely interesting. Keep posting them.

Will Baird

Any comments on this? Prolly quackery, but...being closer to the reality, it'd be interesting to hear if you'd seen or heard anything about it (or the people involved).

Will Baird

Ack, some sort of typo in the html tag. This being http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20051205/ap_on_sc/apn_pyramid_mystery;_ylt=ArusvyNd8n5zyLU0wQ7c.JsPLBIF;_ylu=X3oDMTA5aHJvMDdwBHNlYwN5bmNhdA--

Mike Ralls

I like te obscre bits. Good ob o te oderatio of coffee. [Soe letters o tis ke board are broke).

Bernard Guerrero


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