Oops! Sorry, meant to send that to the list. Well, now we're even ;))) . En réponse à "Robert \"Neo\" Hill" <[log in to unmask]>: > > I second that. I have read many auxlang theorys and most of them are > propaganda for their own failed auxlangs, and secondly they critisize > others > for their efforts and such. I have found many auxlangers conceited and > self-centered, and any smigeon of critisism is automatically hushed away > as > anti-<insert lang here> attacks. Now dont get me wrong, there are many > auxlangers (and former auxlangers) I like. One of these such people is > Rick > Mourneu (sp?). I find his research very interesting and educational. > Rick Morneau. Is he really an auxlanger? According to me, his efforts look more like the ones of an auxlang-skeptic, with shades of loglanger. I still have to read a bit of the archives of Auxlang. I heard so much about the self-centeredness of auxlangers that I want to see it with my own eyes ;))) . Christophe, who learnt Esperanto only for aesthetic purposes ;)) . http://rainbow.conlang.free.fr Take your life as a movie: do not let anybody else play the leading role.