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    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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    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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    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.
    Wear short sleeves! Support your right to bare arms!

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