In article >,
Gabor Barsai > wrote:
>In article >, > wrote:
>>Wally Keeler > wrote:
>>>No, it is saying, "I am reticent to see it expand, because it means an
>>>enlarged responsibility. I prefer to keep responsibilities to a minimum."
>>But isn't that the indication of an irresponsible person? ;-)
>Nope. 'Tis an indication of a hypocrite.
A label he used for others with so much enthusiasm! But what do you expect from
a big slab of self proclaimed beef?
Laszlo Horvath > wrote:
>Pannonhalma on the occassion of the Pope's visit there. However I wish
>you would be more factual when you deal with historical events. For
>example, the presence of some sort of educational establishment at
>Pannonhalma doesn't necesserily make the present high school at P. a
>thousand year old.
Well, one could consider today's highschool there as a legal successor
of that educational institution started there 1,000 years ago, even if
its form or structure changed over the centuries.
>And just incidentally what is bladder-worm that was fed to you at P.? You
>dont really mean...? There was a lot of starvation in my family in
>Hungary after WW2 but eating worm -even nice big juicy wood warm? We
>would rather have died.
I haven't heard of this name, either, but its reason being perhaps that
Americans don't eat what Bela Liptak described there. Though I don't
know where the "worm" comes to the name, but from the "bladder" part I
thought he was referring to an old delicatessy of the Hungarian country
side, made from the byproducts of butchery of pigs (diszno'o~le's),
filling the cleaned bladder of the pig with stuff similar to the one
used in blood wurst and then they press it and smoke it.
I think it was called "disznosajt" (porkcheese?) and I used to eat a lot
of that when I lived there.
But then, maybe I misunderstood Bela's writing, too.
>It would also be nice if you would append your name to your
How come I noticed whom it was from and you did not? Actually, somebody
else crossposted it and I think he mentioned Liptak's name in the intro.