Eric Christopherson wrote: > I just discovered Amxrikai Spek in Okrent's book. She doesn't say much > about it, but I found a few web pages, e.g. > <http://ial.wikia.com/wiki/Americai_Speak>. The language uses <x> as a > vowel, along with <c>, <q>, *capital* <A>, Greek alpha, and <o> with a > mark through it. I remember coming across that language a long time ago on the net. I'd forgotten about it's unqiue orthography. > For some reason I'm fascinated with the idea of <x> for /T/, but I don't > think I would actually use it for that in a conlang. I think I saw a > natlang use it, but I don't remember which one it was. Unless ASCII compatibility is an issue I favor <þ>. I can't recall seeing any natlang using <x> for /θ/.