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Well, I'm very definitely a dog, for what it's worth.

Wesley Parish

On Tuesday 04 March 2003 01:28 am, you wrote:
> Peter Clark wrote:
>  > A thousand apologies. It's an occupational hazard, especially
>  > when people don't sign their emails. Of course, you're in good company;
>  > H. S. Teoh has been (repeatedly) accused of being female... Of course,
>  > there's also the saying, "On the Internet, no one knows you're a dog."
>  > It would not surprise me (much) to learn of canine conlangers, although
>  > I would wonder about their keyboarding skills.
>
> I've gotten quite used to switching my mental image of online people
> from male to female, or vice versa [though not from human to canine],
> whenever a clue as to gender arises. But I honestly was convinced that
> I'd come across a strong "H. S. Teoh is female" clue. Very odd. I wonder
> what it was. I usually assume that indeterminately-gendered names belong
> to males (unfair, but appropriate in this, as in many, online fora),
> unless there is some evidence to the contrary. Sorry, Teoh :)
>
> s.

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