Re: Slovak-World List
You answered as a gentleman. Much appreciated. We all make
mistreaks! Best regards.
--- In Slovak-World@yahoogroups.com, David <humblebe@...> wrote:
> Yes, you and me both. It happened because I sent it to Slovak World
> instead of a mining group I belong to. I did have a recent article
> about Yugoslavia coal mines, but figured this wasn't Slovak enough
> news. So be it! It was a harmless mistake and I was going to reply...
> OOPS, I goofed again, but thought, what the hell, just maybe someone
> might enjoy reading it.
> Sorry about any inconvenience that I might have caused.
> At 02:37 PM 2/1/2007, you wrote:
> >I hate being a spoil sport but when I look at the Description for this
> >list at the top of the page that says "Heritage and Culture of
> >Slovakia" I have to ask myself what an MP3 version of Taps and mines in
> >Wales have to do with the purpose of the list. I've enjoyed the list so
> >far but it is getting way off course lately. Yeah - I know, it's like
> >a TV, if you don't like the program you can turn it off. Perhaps I
- --- In Slovak-World@yahoogroups.com, "ssultonia" <ssultonia@...> wrote:
> I hate being a spoil sport but when I look at the Description for
> list at the top of the page that says "Heritage and Culture ofBelow the MP3 file are the words "Vetko je tichý" which may or may not
> Slovakia" I have to ask myself what an MP3 version of Taps ....
be grammatically correct. The lack of activity on the list gave me the
opportunity to practice my American/Rusyn/Slovak heritage by trying to
make a comment in Slovak.
Taps to me meant (55 years ago) lights out and reduce the sound level
of conversations or stop conversing. "Vetko je tichý", if I was
correct in translating, is "All is quiet." in Slovak.
By the way, what is the Slovak equivalent to Taps?