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5-04-2008 @ 7:30PM
Do you mean to infer in your snarky comment that the letter B is in someway inferior to the letter A? You, sir, are a Letter-ist! I am OUTRAGED at your wholly IGNORANT comment. The letter B is just as valuable to the English language as the letter A. In fact, many beautiful and meaningful words begin with the letter B. One example of a B word pertinent to this argument is “Base,” as in, “All your Base are belong to us!” Please don’t mistake my defense of B for Letter-ism. I don’t want to suggest that the letter A is not special as well. A good example of an A word is “Asian,” which I also believe is pertinent to this conversation. To wit, “Engrish is UNIVERSALLY Asian.” I hope you stop practicing this disgusting brand of bigotry, as I find it OFFENSIVE. See, Al, I can also get worked up about silly things. Let’s focus our energies on the real issues and not some interestingly translated signs. Again, L2relax.The letter B is beautiful too! http://www.southmont.k12.in.us/WalnutElementary/Staff/BeckyWalters/images/MrB_000.gif
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