Localization to the Portuguese

Jeff Smith whydoubt at yahoo.com
Tue Jun 24 09:19:55 CDT 2003

--- E Lea <ed at centralmanclc.com> wrote:
> Tom wrote:
> >>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?
> >>
> >>  
> >>
> >
> >Your granfather's  spoke russian correct ?
> >and the war in 1941 was was not a russian revolution ...... That would 
> >be 1917 the bolshevik revolution
> >if my poor memory severs me correct......
> >The point is you made a crack about americans not wanting to look at 
> >there british roots in the english
> >launauge. So I say you should not look at the bolshevik's in your 
> >launguage as any one knows not to
> >fight russia in the winter.... As you will soon freeze to death....... 
> >and you have railroads that our off gauge :)
>                              ^^^
> Do Americans have a word for grammer?

Yes.  It's grammar (with no 'e'). :-)

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