Mujo, Mile and Štefica in the Jaws of Transition
Ovo je Bosna!!! Ili ovo samo Bosancu može pasti na pamet!
Fantasticno! Evo, za uzvrat, i ja tebi nesto smesno da poklonim:http://friends.s5.net/mazzini/ovitki/default.html
This is great! Nasi Meksikanci! The site that Coturnix gives is an offering of the fantastic Mexican stylings of Ljubomir Milic, Slavko Perovic (I'm assuming not the politician) and others from the fifties. A friend of mine once found me a CD of Ljubomir Milic and his prateca grupa "Paloma," wonderful stuff.
Slavko Perovic was a huge star when I was about 3 years old - completely forgotten by now. By early 1970s the warming up with the West resulted in complete replacement of Mexican TV and music with British and later American fare. However, the term "Mexican TV series" remains in the language to denote high melodrama, in real life situations, not just in art (Zivot im je ko meksicka serija!).
A Mexican friend just last week sent me that exact same link, describing it as "bizarre"... chip
We solved the enigma of the cost of the rooms :)Here's the link: http://burekeaters.splinder.com/post/3730038#comment-8414897Nice to meet you all, Ciccio of Burekeaters :-)
Grazie Ciccio! Dobra informacija. Mada cu ipak priznati da nisam potpuno ubedjen da se druge sobe zovu po drugim jezicima ... In any case, dear readers, do have a look at Burkeaters:http://burekeaters.splinder.com/They are not lying -- there is a burek recipe there!Eric
thanks Eric, but consider that comment as an "original" review from a guy who passed some time there :) It's funny how coincidences allover the world works ah!
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