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On Mon, 26 Jan 1998, Andrew Smith wrote:
> The Goons are good (Ys es gaddad in lla ag!), I shall always be
> Bluebottle. I grew up in a generation that first heard the radio version
> of The Hitchhikers' Guide to the Galaxy though. I am also a Pratchett
How do we say "Why not try the 'All-you-can-gobble-for-a-dollar' special
at Sham Harga's House of Ribs" and "All-you-can-scrape-from-the-midden-for
-a-penny" in Brithenig? ;^)
> Mui, a scholar!? I would be the first to deny it. I love to read and
> research and that is what I have done. In my Bibliography I admit the
And this is precisely what a scholar does.
> creation of the Brithenig language was not an original idea, I merely
> experimented with it. I also like creating alternative history out a love
> for that particular science fiction subgenre. I'm not being totally
> subjective - the Chomro would have properly had as little chance staying
> independant as the Cymru.
Fortunately, Worldbuilders are allowed considerable leeway in how close or
how far from "reality" they stand; as well as how many fiats they are
> - andrew.