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Re: Chris's restaurant


> Well what's funny is Magyar I got.  With yours I was thinking biluga (my 
> spelling has gone to hell in a hand basket)...anyway the caviar for some 
> reason.  By the way, Chris was nice enough to send me info on the Magyars 
> privately.  I said Ghengis Khan but I meant Attila the Hun.  Disgusting 
> since I had just read the article in National Geographic last month and it 
> mentioned it.  Somebody put me in a rubber room!  This growing older thing 
> is for the birds.

That's OK.  1500 year-old Mongols or Visigoths or whatever -- they're all
pretty much the same.  :)

Chris "I never make mistakes.  I thought I did once, but I was wrong."

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