36 Years Ago

36 Years Ago, Vienna 1971—A Student Journal

Day 085: Austria National Day, goodbye Pupofon girl


Vienna 1971—A Student Journal
A year of music, study, travel, sightseeing & friends.

Day 85 — Austria National Day, goodbye Pupofon girl
26-October-1971 (Tues.)


National holiday. Leaving of friendly occupational troops. However, I practiced—straight for 4-1/2 hrs. between horn and piano. Made me feel good. Also made me feel tired.


Austria “National Day.” Today is an Austrian national holiday—National Day—that celebrates the national sovereignty of Austria and the exit of foreign occupational troops from Austria. Austria declares it’s independence and it’s neutrality with the State Treaty of 1955.

After World War II, Austria was placed under the control of the Allied occupational troops. Here is
some history on this holiday and the occupation, from the website, VirtualVienna.net.

Goodbye Pupofon girl. Ok, it was a shameless plug to attract new readers by suggesting sexual innuendo and using the picture of the girl from Pupofon (see yesterday). What girl? The very pretty, semi-clad, half-naked girl wearing see-through underwear, who is tied up with ropes, bondage-style, in a provocative pose—no, not Madonna, Pupofon girl. Now that’s an image to remember. However, I still don’t remember this girl from 1971.

Hopefully, the above paragraph will get the Google indexing bots in an uproar. Let’s hope readership goes up. Happy


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