Not to mention all the plane 2 characters, altho one might expect them to be
used one at a time. Wimps, eh?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Rick McGowan [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Friday, May 15, 1998 2:18 PM
> To: Unicode List
> Subject: Re: RE: TTF and Unicode surrogates
> David Goldsmith asked...
> > I mean, how fast does Klingon have to draw?
> ** KLINGON SHMINGON... THEY'RE A PACK OF WEAK-BRAINED TRIBBLE-KISSING
> I WILL ACCEPT ANY PROPOSAL ORIGINATING WITH THE KLINGON HIGH COMMAND,
> PRECISELY WHEN THEY BEAM AN ARMED DELEGATION INTO THE UTC MEETING ROOM AND
> DEMAND THAT THEIR SCRIPT BE ENCODED. UNTIL SUCH TIME, I THUMB MY NOSE AT
> SNIVELING KLINGON EMPIRE. And you may quote me on that!
> There are ACTUALLY more important things like Egyptian hieroglyphics, a
> "recent" historical scripts, and other large historical scripts proposed
> Plane 1. It will not be "outer space" forever.
> See for instance:
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