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Small Open Source projects attn: Gordon Marx

On Sat, Mar 19, 2005 at 12:31:29PM -0500, Gordon Marx wrote:
> Hebrew and Yiddish are both really neat languages. Plus they're a lot
> easier to learn than Chinese. :--)

As interested as I am in the intricacies of various languages (having
most recently worked as an English teacher in Asia, and having learned
to write and speak a substantial amount of Korean during that time), I
do feel obliged to point out how astronomically far off topic this
thread has become -- much more so than any of the dreaded political
discussions which are, in fact, substantially related to the stated
topics of this list, albeit somewhat indirectly on most occasions.

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