No "damage"?

Tom Zurinskas truespel at HOTMAIL.COM
Mon Sep 12 14:20:42 UTC 2011

Right, unless they think of discrimination as a kind of payback (collateral) on a loan that they will get coming right back at them.  Pretty insecure security.  Id say the receivers should Welsh on that loan because default is on the lenders.

Tom Zurinskas, first Ct 20 yrs, then Tn 3, NJ 33, Fl 9.
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> "Possible discriminatory effects on non-speakers of Welsh are
> justified as acceptable collateral."
> Should be "collateral _damage__," right?
> Or maybe I've missed the point. The context is a discussion - in
> English, of course! - of ways and means to increase the "pro-active,"
> so to speak, use of Welsh among ethnic Welsh in Wales.
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