Localization to the Portuguese
dmitry at baikal.ru
Tue Jun 24 06:04:55 CDT 2003
"Tom" <twickline at skybest.com> wrote:
> >>Note, that windows consider Brasilian portugese to be the
> >>default sublang for all portugese:s (which seems to me a bit ackward,
> >>but South America is likely closer to Redmond than Lusitania...)
> >Same for US English vs. UK English. I was always wondering, why
> >American guys so much ignore their roots? :-)
> Well there was a little war back in 1776 ..
> And we are all back wood 's hicks here and don't
> speak the Queens english..
> Just visit the appellations some time and you will
> soon see that we dont speak english in the first place. :)
> Well people from the north cant understand us and
> we are most happy for this :))
> All in good humor........................
Well, although it meant to be a bit of humor I just can't resist
to make some comments.
Your mention about the war looks kind of ridiculous. It was 1776, right?
But we, here in Russia, too well remember 1941, 22 June, which is a bit
closer to nowadays. I haven't seen both my grandfathers, which were killed
under Moscow, we have lost more than 20 millions of people in that war.
What now? That's a history. There are particular persons to blame and
to praise. What people, and especially particular language have to do
with all the things we are talking about?
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