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Sadly, I have to reply to you, Tamas, not based on content but on form. I would have loved to talk about language ideas instead.

Your post is unreadable, as was the one before that in the <nil> thread. Its orthography, structure, grammar, and length makes your content unparsable. I have to admire Roberto who apparently took the time to screen this whole mess for curse words. Reading this stuff exacts an unnecessary toll on the reicipient's patience and concentration, but what should perhaps even be more important to you is the fact that it makes your content look intellectually defective.

I recognize this is an intentionally chosen style of writing. Maybe you chose it to entertain, or simply to mark your speech as your own. But if you want to engage in discussions, this form of presentation will fail to find an appreciative audience.

Like I said, I would have loved to talk about language features instead. That said, if you're a troll or a Markov chain: well done!

- Udo

On Wed, Jan 14, 2015 at 8:26 PM, Dirk Laurie <> wrote:
2015-01-14 20:37 GMT+02:00 Sean Conner <>:
> A Plan for the Improvement of English Spelling
>                           by Mark Twain

Although many people have attributed the "Plan for the Improvement of
English Spelling" to Mark Twain, most Twain scholars doubt that this
attribution is accurate. It has also (and probably more accurately)
been attributed to one M.J. Yilz, in a letter he wrote to the journal
The Economist.