Will their next phone be called Iphone Sosumi?
What's the German policy on ganja?
My simplistic idea about the West European front of the WW2 is that the Germans had better weapons (rockets, submarines, jet planes, radar,...) but the American kept shipping "liberty ships" or other cheap equipment. Some of them would sink on their own but enough of them managed to attack the Germans that they were overwhelmed.
Just aft of mount 51 (the big gun) and below the flying bridge. solidly welded to the main weather deck, you can see what we call a "break"
Give me a break!
I cannot remember name
Is that why you are an anonymous coward?
The entire point of the original domain name system was that it was hierarchical, so that terms like "amazon," which were ambiguous, were not in contention.
You reminded me of the film The Sand Peebles, whose Spanish title was "El Yang-TsÃ© en llamas" ("The Yangtse on fire").
the Japanese may know the difference between anime or manga and real life?
They don't, that's why they practice cosplay.
I would limit the TLDs to
A journalist interviews the oldest man in town:
"How did you manage to reach such an old age? What's your secret?"
"Oh, it's just that I don't argue anymore"
"Come on, you can't tell us it's so simple. Please tell us the truth"
"Well, then it must be for some other reason as you say".
If God would have wanted that speakers of Potawotomie, Norwegian, Indonesian or Hawaiian Pidgin, He would have used their languages. The message of the Bible is reserved to speakers of Ancient Hebrew, Aramaic and some parts are for Koine Greek speakers.
The rest of you are not invited. Party crashers!
I wonder if a society would actually decide to change their language if there was sufficient evidence that it hinders their cultural development.
When they got independent some years ago, the government of East Timor had to choose which would be their national language. They could choose among Portuguese (the language of the colonial power until 1975, spoken by old literate people), Indonesian (the language of the recent enemy and occupier), English (the language of the Australian big friends) or Tetum (a local language spoken by some but not all the Timorese).
I find your lack of faith... disturbing.