From: Michael Maxwell (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Nov 01 2007 - 15:31:15 CST
I can't resist...
Kenneth Whistler wrote:
> 18 years on, Egyptian hieroglyphs are in their last round of
> ballotting and are close to getting into the standard.
> That's 1071 characters, accounting for the basic Gardiner
> set, some Gardiner extensions, and elements for numerals.
> Sure there are more Egyptian hieroglyphs out there
Just because they haven't invented any new hieroglyphs in 2500 years, doesn't mean they won't!
Just in case, I'd better add an explicit hieroglyph of my own: :-).
CASL/ U Md
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