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Re: Lakeside Cha Cha

Meum71@aol.com wrote:

> This is history-Poland had a vast empire and were masters over many different
> ethnic groups, I am sure that that resentment was passed down for a few
> generations.  Look at what has happened in the country once called Yugoslavia.
> Paul

I suspect that you were taught your history by a damn Pollack.  The union of
Poland and Lithuania occured in the fourteenth century, when a Lithuanian, Jogaila
became king of Poland.  If that's what the Poles want to call being a master...

Whew. Sorry guys, lost my head.

I need a beer.

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