Re: Singular Pluralities
|From:||Christophe Grandsire <christophe.grandsire@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, July 28, 2002, 14:16|
En réponse à Christopher Wright <faceloran@...>:
> Now for my newest project, Tallefkuel, I have to make that devilish
> plausible. Perhaps after the counselling sessions remove my horror at
> inventory and orthography, I can start on a horrible grammar. After
> I'll deliberately fail at applying this grammar to individual words.
It seems like Maggel is creating vocations ;))) .
> Welcome back.
> (After much deliberation: ) I hope you had a _good_ week.
I had indeed. Though I'll never do it again (I'm still exhausted, and I begin
working again tomorrow :((( ).
> You're left-handed? It's a good thing you're not Lithuanian. I'd be
> forced to glochidiate you.
Well, one day a real left-handed Lithuanian will appear on this list (knowing
how international it is, I'm even surprised that none appeared yet), and then
you'll be in real trouble ;)))) .
> *It's not like I'm a redneck or anything. That is, in order to be a
> redneck, I'd need to be from the Piedmont and preferably get a car
> my father as a gift...if only I can move it off the concrete blocks.
> I'm merely a yokel.
From this Frenchman living in Holland, this is pretty much Hebbrew to me...
Take your life as a movie: do not let anybody else play the leading role.