On Tue, 2 Nov 1999, Boudewijn Rempt wrote: > On Tue, 2 Nov 1999, Paul Bennett wrote: > > > I'm probably premature on this one (as the current torch is still hurtling > > around), but I just had a wierd idea for the next relay. > > > > How about, instead of "Person A sends Language A to Person B. Person B sends > > Language B to Person C, etc", we try a relay where the idea is to translate from > > you lang into the lang of the next person, ie: "Person A sends Language B to > > Person B. Person B sends Language C to Person C, etc". (obviously Person X is > > the "inventor" of Language X). This sounds like a really cool idea. Only problem is, the passage would have to be very, very short. No more, I'd say, than five lines. Also, my grammar is frankly incorrect about some things. I guess I could include corrective notes. Count me in, if we're going to play!