Mmmm good.

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  1. bunnyhunter12

    bunnyhunter12 New Member

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    Worked night shift 10pm to 6am this morning, then 2pm to 10pm this evening. Now I'm sitting back with some piroghi and a few cold India Pale Ales watching Sopranos re-runs. Life is good, just thought I'd share.
     
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    Ya know, a move to Newfoundland is sounding better and better all the time, Oh, wait! No handguns allowed.

    Never mind.
     

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    Maybe next vacation, I don't take a pistol, I'll come visit Bunny! :)
     
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    Thanks for sharing, BH. :)
     
  5. polishshooter

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    Piroghis! One of the National Foods of Poland, next to Glyumke, beer, (and good Chicken Wings!) the food actually closest to GOD!:)

    What are yours, meat, cheese. potato or fruit? Or all of the above????


    Gosh, I never thought of THAT...VENISON Piroghis....:eek: :cool: :D

    Tell me you play pinochle for cash too and I'm there....
     
  6. bunnyhunter12

    bunnyhunter12 New Member

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    Polish, I make 'em the way my uncle's father did. Bacon, potato and whatever cheese is handy. He was the one who taught me the finer points of Polish dining.

    He was a partisan during the war and until the day he died had the number he had tatooed on his forearm after his capture in '41 proudly displayed. He was a true SURVIVOR.

    Rest in peace Mr. Mazurick. I'll miss our fireside storytimes.
     
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    So are there a lot of Polish Newfies? I kind of like the sound of that....:p :)

    A couple of years ago we had a guy posting on here FROM Poland, he was pretty funny BUT he was a real "Homey" on some things like "The SU-35 can kick F-15 TAIL" and stuff like that...:p

    But the FUNNIEST thing was his screen name, "GoGetBeer" and the fact that when either he or somebody he knew visited the US the neatest thing they saw was a sign in Central Park which said "No Alcohol Permitted" written in English and POLISH...:p

    He took pride in that!


    And your friend, the "Polish Partisan..." if he was captured in '41, (He's lucky he wasn't just shot out of hand!) that means he was a partisan from '39 to '41...he COULD have been fighting against the Germans OR the Russians, maybe BOTH....;)

    HELL, a true Polak wouldn't have it ANY other way....Bring it ON! Sto Lat! :cool:

    My father ALWAYS told me little snippits passed on for generations like :

    "You ALWAYS have to keep your eye on those Damm Germans, they'll stab you in the back in a MINUTE, but it's the RUSSIANS you gotta HATE...":p ;)
     
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