Re: Retirement in Slovakia and EU
> VotrubamHmmmm... who have you been talking to recently, Mr. Wychunasm?
> Thank you for the other side of the balance sheet.Glad it was of some use, Chuck. Here's a more topical table of balance sheets: among the eurozone's requirements is for the government debt to be no more than 60 percent of the country's GDP, and these are the current percentages of indebtedness (rounded off) of the following eurozone governments:
Bad, huh? So let's look at how the "eurozone leaders," some of whom are preaching heavily about austerity to the rest of them, respect their 60-percent maximum:
None of them have been charged any fines (big surprise). And their "poorer eurozone cousins"?
Why don't they just shut up and help bail everyone out because they managed their budgets and can afford it, no? I mean... nein, non?
- Thank you, so much. Fascinating.
From: votrubam <votrubam@...>
Sent: Tuesday, February 14, 2012 8:13 PM
Subject: [Slovak-World] Re: Reviving our Slovak Heratage
> Speaking of these Saints [Cyril & Methodius], Martin...There's little in English that's not naive or propagandist (Bulgarian, Greek, Slovak, Czech...). And what (formerly) meaningful there is, is rather dated by now, e.g., passages in:
> do you recommend a book of the historical account,
> as opposed to a religious account, of their travels & adventures?
<http://tinyurl.com/7e88x9e> -- click on p. 205
Plus the intro to the chapter on Clement of Ohrid in _Six Byzantine Portraits_ by the same author. And passages in:
We're waiting for Ben, with degrees in Byzantine studies in hand, to write "C&M: The True Story" in English.
As an aside, there's going to be an "illustrated lecture" about Cyril and Methodius in Central Europe in Pittsburgh (Mount Lebanon) on Monday, March 5. I'll post the details later.
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