I should know my own birthday by now. (was: Re: me and my languages)
|From:||Robert Hailman <robert@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, September 9, 2001, 21:16|
Robert Hailman wrote:
> Patrick Jarrett wrote:
> > > Jim Hopkins wrote:
> > > > I thought that at the age of fifty-one I was one of the oldest members
> > of
> > > the
> > > > group (and probably the latest-comer language wise, Duni is only four
> > > years
> > > > old and is my exclusive conlang focus at the moment.). Any one else
> > care
> > > to
> > > > divulge their age and the age of their oldest conlang project?
> > > >
> > > > Jim H
> > > > creator of Druni.
> > >
> > > I am 59 years old, almost 60.
> > And I am here on the opposite end of the spectrum, probably the youngest or
> > near the youngest member of the list, 17 (turning 18 in October) - My
> > language 'Duran' is not even a year old yet.
> Just a bit farther down on this side of the spectrum, I'm 16 (turning 17
> in October). My language, Ajuk, has been kickin' around for just over 2
Actually, my birthday is in November. You'd think I'd know that by now.
(And I didn't just copy and paste from Patrick's e-mail, either.)
ObConlang/Conculture: Are the speakers of your conlang inclined to the
kind of stupidity I've just demonstrated?
The Ajuk aren't.