On Thu, 8 May 2003 15:56:50 -0400 John Cowan <[log in to unmask]>
> Robert B Wilson scripsit:
> > [AjVzdZIs:VpEr\On:IwIlsVnzl&njEstIdIj&n:Er\Vz:VO5Er\dIdiIr\VpEr\]
> "I was up around Wilson's land yesterday and there was a ?????".
> I can't make out the last few words, especially with no indication
> of
> stress (which is phonemic, after all).

i'd analyze it as "i was just up there on the wilsons' land yesterday and
there was a whole herd of deer up there"... as far as i can tell, there
is no stress (that's one reason why i consider it to be so far from my
own dialect)...

> John Cowan  [log in to unmask]

Robert Wilson (aka kuvazokad, eltirno, ede...) --
vkky vnkynvj vknyknj ykkv knvy?  karkalone kontoko?  kinsi rorotan kinsa
nadas?  baitta ke farzaiyai?  qxracc pqqattiircx iia kxqqhwiiallccre?
spreken u viserdya? pake biru ka pa rede?

"boys speak in rhythm
and girls just lie."
 -- anberlin - "foreign language"

narav teraz' iroti
kojes krat erarota
kuna, ysivaz' entas
naradas krat zuny narav
kuraz dityvyszi, radyji, sa rodyji
dimokrosi zosa endas
d' erensa dades kirs ins wiz

"They are not in Baghdad.  They are not in control of any airport.  I
tell you this.  It is all a lie.  They lie.  It is a hollywood movie.
You do not believe them."
  -- Mohammed Saeed al-Sahaf, Iraqi Minister of Information

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