Bulgaria as the next lacrosse hotbed? You never know…
And now for a little Bulgarian wiki-history lesson:
Throughout the nearly five centuries of Ottoman rule, the Bulgarian people responded to the oppression by strengthening the haydut (“outlaw”) tradition, and attempted to reestablish their state by organizing several revolts, most notably the First and Second Tarnovo Uprisings (1598 / 1686) and Karposh’s Rebellion (1689). The National awakening of Bulgaria became one of the key factors in the struggle for liberation, resulting in the 1876 April uprising —the largest and best-organized Bulgarian rebellion.
NEW & NOTES
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…the quote of the month from the lax/surfer statute story:
“First he was a clown, then he was a lacrosse player”
Insert your own joke here.