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In a message dated 3/22/02 09.26.19 PM, [log in to unmask] writes:

>Thank you for your thoughtful and thorough response. Of
>course, now I'm sitting at my desk making VERY odd sounds
>over and over again. "[n] [J] [n_j] [nj]" My coworkers are
>beginning to suspect that I'm really as crazy as I say I
>am...

    LMAO. You think _you_ have it hard??? I have housemates who think I am
not only _way_ too smart, mischievious, rebellious and potentially violent
for my own good (and others)... that I am crazier than a mad scientist intent
on makin' a few _minor_ changes to some of the realities on Earth (taking
over the world is _so_ passé, juvenile and egocentric, hehe...)
    They oft'times hear me mutterin' to myself in "weird languages" (me
chanting parts of the IPA, working on learning X-SAMPA, trial-&-error
experimentation on my conlang Aalexsit'exaa, & growling-&-snarling in my
frictive-sibilant-heavy "alien reptilianoid" language - not named yet - or
chatterin'&gibberin' away in a gremlin-like voice - just hyper-nonsense when
I am manic ;)... or throat-singing or chanting in the bathroom or stairwell
... Some of my housemates think I should be on "psych meds" (psychriatric
drugs) or committed to a hospital for the insane. Seriously.
    enuff about me... hehe...

Most Humbly, Hanuman Zhang  {HANoomaan JAHng} /'hanuma~n  dZa'hN/,
W.O.G. (Wiley "Oriental" Gentlebeing)
~§~
Sometimes the difference between noise and music is all in your head
~§~
    _NADA BRAHMA_= < from Sanskrit > "sound is god[head]"/"god[head] is sound"
anavriti shabdat => "Liberation by sound."
"I like the fact that listen is an anagram of silent." ~ Alfred Brendel
    OM ... Om Tat Sat... Tat Tvam Asi... OM