Re: Pronunciation of "Unicode"

From: Tex Texin (
Date: Sun Jul 16 2000 - 20:13:36 EDT

Yes I had meant you. So if you are outside NYC, you don't
say the Brooklynese "toidy toid street" (33rd st.) ;-)

Anyway, I must have missed some prior e-mails, because I couldn't
tell why we seemed to be trying to agree on the pronounciation.

Tex (from da Bronx) Texin

John Cowan wrote:
> On Sat, 15 Jul 2000, John H. Jenkins wrote:
> > At 2:33 PM -0800 7/14/00, Tex Texin wrote:
> > >And do we know which locale we are debating the pronounciation of?
> > >Michael is in Ireland, not sure where John hangs his hat.
> >
> > Salt Lake City, where people go fishing in the cricks. We seem to
> > have a thing for short i's hereabouts.
> Or if it was me that was meant, then New York City -- but my accent
> comes from just outside the "NYC accent" area.
> --
> John Cowan
> C'est la` pourtant que se livre le sens du dire, de ce que, s'y conjuguant
> le nyania qui bruit des sexes en compagnie, il supplee a ce qu'entre eux,
> de rapport nyait pas. -- Jacques Lacan, "L'Etourdit"

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