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CONLANG  July 2002, Week 2

CONLANG July 2002, Week 2

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Re: Lingo

From:

Keith Gaughan <[log in to unmask]>

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Constructed Languages List <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Wed, 10 Jul 2002 00:16:42 +0100

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From: Abrigon Gusiq [mailto:[log in to unmask]]

> I use it as a varietion on Lingua. I just find spelling out Language
> alot of times can be a royal pain. And often I end up mispelling
> language due to the nature of the Qwerty keyboard.
>
> I am trying to basically say, the Irish, Scot, and Manx are having to
> find out, to swollow their nationalistic pride, and become
> one language,
> or die in the process.
> All three are dying out, yes they have had a small revival,
> but for the
> most part they have no real reason to exist other than out of some
> nationalistic or anachronistic feeling to make it so.. They have some
> literature, but other than Nova Scotia the language is not spoken
> outside of Ireland/Scotland (Western?), and Mann.
> A nation united, or a fallen nation divided.
>
> Well, I could say the same about ignoring somethings here as well, but
> it is up to you all. The whole She said, he said thing was a lot of
> waste of bandwidth.
>
> Misinformation, hum.. Will have to see if that is so.
>
> On with the discussion, sadly getting off from the discussion of
> CONLANGs. My applogies.

Dude, I don't know what you smoke, but can I have some?

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