Hi! This is a page in Central-European encoding to display the correct diacritics on various Zappa items from central Europe. This will certainly not display correctly on all browsers, but if you're interested in reading Central-European languanges you will have a browser equipped with Central-European language support, and if you do, it should work fine. In Microsoft Internet Explorer, the encoding to select is called Central European Alphabet (Windows) - under Language, in the View menu. In order to maximise the chances of this page to actually work, I've stripped it of all font formatting - it probably looks ugly, but information is not knowledge which is not wisdom which is not truth which is not beauty. And this is the Zappa Patio, giving you detailed information :)
The bootleg Live in Europa has some Roumanian writing on the back cover:
A 1976 Supraphon cassette from Czechoslovakia has plenty of Czech writing on it.
Informant: István Fekete, Hungary (his first Zappa tape!)
This is the Polish print on the back of a playable flexi-disc postcard with "Son of Suzy Creamcheese". It describes the object of art depicted on the card.
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