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Hungary: “Bovine Indifference”

Further Ramblings of a N.Irish Magyar on life in Hungary: “But adaptable guy that I am, I’ve been able to adjust to the fact that the “Customer Assistant” in the post-office would rather gun me down with an AK47, than to take the risk that her face may crack by delivering a smile in my direction. To some extent, I’d even say that I find such attitudes amusing rather than offensive now.”

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