From: Asmus Freytag (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Nov 16 2005 - 16:37:54 CST
Also known as 'random umlaut disease'.Ken wrote,And I grew up in La Cañada, CaliforniaYup. It's true. Now that we 'Mericans are no longer hampered by Neandertal "typewriter" technology right out of a Flash Gordon serial, ordinary people are starting to use accents frequently in their daily lives. You see them ever more commonly in articles, novels, signs, tattoos, etc. It's pretty clear that accents have jumped species from Heävy Metäl Önly and are running rämpant in the wilds of Peöria. They're as English as scrüples and dräms. Umlaüt on, my friends. Be Exëmpläry. Peäce oüt.
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