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"Mark J. Reed" wrote:
>         WE DON' NEED NO STEENGKEENG BADGERS!

Okay, I have to ask.  Why the spelling "Steengkeeng"?  I understand
-eeng, since many people have /IN/ there (I use /iN/ myself), but isn't
"stink" normally /stiNk/?  Or, even if they're both short normally,
wouldn't the "ngk" be redundant?  It's not normally /stInkIN/, is it?

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