From: James Kass (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Dec 28 2008 - 18:23:19 CST
Mark E. Shoulson wrote,
>Whereas Klingon is formally *rejected* and not on the list of scripts to
>encode for the crime of being too funny and embarrassing to encode. As
>opposed to the much more dignified POOP emoji.
Klingon doesn't appear to match Unicode's new cuteness criterion.
A Google search of ConScript Klingon PUA strings is disallowed,
so this essential tool for determining web presence is disabled.
A Google search of "pIqaD", however, finds over 5000 hits,
including one page which apparently offers a Klingon version
of the popular "Scrabble" board game.
Also, (at least) one blogger explains (and offers some kind
of "patches") to enable pIqaD as a locale in Windows Vista.
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