This is my favorite posting, I can almost see these people now, passing the
phone from hand to hand, a sort of ritual object, and the recurring
question, when are you coming back, the prayer. Do I smell garlic?
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> Sent: Monday, February 12, 2001 4:59 PM
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> Subject: phonecalls and email
> email: haller istvan
> well, i paid the fine for the family, i might have been able to get
> the kids out for free but it might have taken more time so i paid it.
> even so, they will only be released tomorrow. i paid the fine from my
> own pocket, it came to 1/4 of my salary so my wife was a bit pissed
> off, no, don't try to pay me back, i told her what it was for and of
> course she understood. she is a mother too.
> phone: iren
> oh that's terrible, to have to cut your beautiful hair. yes, i think
> gyula bacsi's phone works now, they were coming to fix it on friday.
> call him on saturday, katika will be so happy.
> thank you, thank you zsoka. thank you a lot.
> we're okay. was the money for milkpowder included in what you left
> us. oh, okay. janoska wants to talk to you too.
> hello. hello. are you here. oh. are you in canada. no, i wasn't
> scared just a bit. when are you coming back.
> zsuzsa said you said you would have liked to take janoska home with
> you to canada. you didn't want to ask. you could have asked. yes i
> would have. he could go with you if you want. that expensive, that's
> a lot. when are you coming back.
> phone: gyula bacsi:
> i need to talk to you, i got a bill for the taxes, it's a lot. how.
> we had to break the toilet because the watermain was plugged. the
> water is okay now but we have to go in a bucket. okay, how. anna is
> going to take care of that, that's good. you will call her, okay. the
> toilet, go see noemi, she will, okay. two weeks then, i won't see her
> for two weeks after. that's fine, we'll be fine. no wardrobe yet, no,
> well, they haven't moved yet. anna too, she will bring a carpet after
> she sells her house. that's okay. we have what we need. oh and zsoka,
> if people, you know who, say things, don't you believe them. i did
> lot's of repairs, even more. and when you come, it won't cost you
> anything to live, you come here, with us. you'll be fine.
> zsoka neni. yes, i like it here. i am going to pass to second grade.
> i am doing really well in school. second grade, zsoka neni. when are
> you coming back.
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