Then why didn't you study in the US or anywhere else?As an American you were free to leave anytime or even don't come over at all. You received your education in "the commie Poland" so it doesn't really seem to me you have a reason to talk *************** scum.
You are 100 % right . . The guy received his degree for free in "commie " Poland and does not appreciate that , although he built his life on that base .
The best part of Poland is when you're at Balice airport in Krakow, boarding your flight OUT of Poland .... ahhhh, the relief of getting out and going somewhere better, anywhere better ... priceless!!
I don't know about present-day Polish life but I shared your relief back in the commie days ;)
It is so sad , because you seem to be Polish by birth . If you don`t like Poland why are you keep coming ? To get some masochistic experiences ?
Rybnik - you have posted some pictures and comments about Poland lately and I have read some of them .
My opinion is such : there were better and worse times in Poland`s history but I bet most of the Polish citizens didn`t view Poland in such a sad way as you did in your comments about Poland in the 80-ies .
Some American cities like Bay City or Ditroit and its citizens didnt look much better or had much better lives than Poles in that era . The ghetto style life is widespread in USA among many Americans not always everything looks so perfect in your country too.