From: Nichael Cramer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Sep 20 1995 - 13:03:15 EDT
On 20 Sep 1995, Karen Pitts wrote:
> [...] This
> means that we do lots of things to reinforce Greek. Speaking (how do you
> speak if you don't pay attention to accents? - but only using stresses, I
> wouldn't know how to do pitches), writing on white boards, translating English
> to Greek, coming up with silly pneumonics to remember vocab and paradigms.
> For this approach, we need to know accents.
Please understand that this is in no way a flame. But the above was just
too wonderful to let pass.
Especially given the context, this has to stand as probably the most
delightful and all round coolest typo/spelling "error" that I've come
On an otherwise dreary Weds afternoon in Vermont,
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