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    #61

    Re: Telelinguistics as a secondary bi-lingual communication

    If you are going to revolutionise our understand of the world of communication, would it be too much to ask for it to be done without all the upper case shouting?

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    #62

    Re: Telelinguistics as a secondary bi-lingual communication

    Yeah, perhaps just send us a mental note.
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    #63

    Re: Telelinguistics as a secondary bi-lingual communication

    Quote Originally Posted by Skrej View Post
    Yeah, perhaps just send us a mental note.
    IF I WAS NOT THIS LOUD, YOU WOULD NOT HEAR.

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    #64

    Re: Telelinguistics as a secondary bi-lingual communication

    WWW.TELELINGUISTIC.COM

    JOIN THE REVOLUTION

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    #65

    Re: Telelinguistics as a secondary bi-lingual communication

    Quote Originally Posted by mysterdee2015 View Post
    IF I WAS NOT THIS LOUD, YOU WOULD NOT HEAR.
    People really would hear better IMO if you used sentence case.

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    #66

    Re: Telelinguistics as a secondary bi-lingual communication

    It's not a problem of hearing, or even of thoughtfully considering what you've said. It's that we disagree. Shouting won't and can't affect that, and just makes you appear more like a crank.

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    #67

    Re: Telelinguistics as a secondary bi-lingual communication

    I have deleted the other thread- this one is probably enough, and you should communicate the link by your favoured method to get people involved beyond this thread.

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    #68

    Re: Telelinguistics as a secondary bi-lingual communication

    Quote Originally Posted by mysterdee2015 View Post
    IF I WAS NOT THIS LOUD, YOU WOULD NOT HEAR.
    Actually, I usually try to ignore my neighbor's blaring music, until it's necessary to confront him about it in Spanglish.
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