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Gary Shannon wrote:
> On Fri, Nov 20, 2009 at 9:21 AM, Larry Sulky <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> "d'Armond Speers spoke only Klingon to his son for the first three years of
>> his child's life, the Minnesota
> 
> Given that his son did not acquire spoken Klingon, and, in fact,
> rejected it, seems to imply that something about Klingon is so
> unnatural that it does not mesh with the language circuitry in the
> human brain. To me that means that Klingon is not just a non-human
> language, it is an inhuman language, i.e., so fundamentally "wrong"
> that it could never, under any circumstances, become anyone's L1.

I wouldn't say that.  I would guess the real reason was that his 
mother and everyone else around spoke English, so he favored it over 
Klingon.