14.1079, All: LINGUIST Moderators Mount Counterattack!

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LINGUIST List:  Vol-14-1079. Fri Apr 11 2003. ISSN: 1068-4875.

Subject: 14.1079, All: LINGUIST Moderators Mount Counterattack!

Moderators: Anthony Aristar, Wayne State U.<aristar at linguistlist.org>
            Helen Dry, Eastern Michigan U. <hdry at linguistlist.org>

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	Simin Karimi, U. of Arizona
	Terence Langendoen, U. of Arizona

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Date:  11 Apr 2003 06:01:09 -0000
From:  linguist at linguistlist.org
Subject:  LINGUIST Moderators Mount Counterattack - More MaLingua Breaking News

Date:  11 Apr 2003 04:05:45 -0000
From:  linguist at linguistlist.org
Subject:  Helen's Help Desk - A guide for young linguists

Date:  11 Apr 2003 03:57:22 -0000
From:  linguist at linguistlist.org
Subject:  LINGUIST Horoscopes

Date:  Fri, 11 Apr 2003 02:02:03 +0000
From:  linguist at linguistlist.org
Subject:  How to Donate and the LINGUIST List Hall of Fame

-------------------------------- Message 1 -------------------------------

Date:  11 Apr 2003 06:01:09 -0000
From:  linguist at linguistlist.org
Subject:  LINGUIST Moderators Mount Counterattack - More MaLingua Breaking News

		*** MaLingua 2003 ***
		   11th April 2003

~To read MaLingua online, and see the photos, visit:

LINGUIST Moderators Mount Counterattack

Breaking News

As stock exchanges all around the world bask in the oven-ready warmth
of the takeover of LINGUIST List by FVPN (the Food is Very Profitable
Network), the newsdesk of MaLingua has been flooded with reports of
activity by the past moderators of the site, who are doing everything
they can to regain control and oust LINGUIST Cook Online for good.

As we exclusively reported yesterday, Dr. Helen Aristar-Dry and
Dr. Anthony Aristar have mounted a Retaliation Takeover bid, but so
far their efforts have been in vain as the worldwide linguistic
community seems unwilling to part with their hard-earned cash to
support the Aristars' campaign. City analysts predict that the
moderators will need a square $50,000 if they are to achieve their
goal; the word on the inside is that they only have $39,171.57!

When asked about how they intend to raise the extra $10,828.43, the
Aristars' Chief Recovery Officer, Major Michael Quentin Carruthers
Windsor Appleby, had this to say, "Balderdash!" He also added "Over
the last 11 years, the moderators and I have amassed a substantial
collection of inside information with regard to the world's leading
linguists; or to say it in the vernacular, my dear man, we have a
cauldronfull of rather juicy gossip and if we don't get the cash we
need, we're going to spill the beans, if you'll excuse the mixed
metaphor. Ha!"

Until they raise the cash, the moderators are trying all manner of
sneaky tricks to take charge. In an attempt to get the rebellious
student editors back in the right kitchen and cooking for the the home
team, they set up a meeting with promises of wealth and a bright
future after graduation. The meeting, however, soon separated into a
curd and whey situation, with fuming students on one side wishing to
keep their assets fluid, and the hardcore solid support on the other
side standing firm for the old order.

The meeting quickly dissolved and the share-holding students loyal to
LINGUIST Cook Online rushed back to the sixth floor of Pray Harrold
and barricaded themselves in the newly refitted LINGUIST offices. All
attempts by the moderators to breach the stronghold failed as the
determined crew started to throw eggs and pieces of diced carrot. At
the time of going to press, they are still firmly entrenched and the
tension is still at boiling point. Spokesperson for the 'Onliners'
Sarah Murray Mint gave us an exclusive interview via two paper cups
attached with a piece of string. "We're here to stay! Conditions are
so much better working for FVPN. We have share options and we can eat
as much as we want. A few were a bit reluctant at first, because
nobody could cook anything other than instant noodles. But the fear
soon melted away when we found a copy of The LINGUIST List Cookbook
behind the fridge. Now everyone is cooking like a master chef."

In a rare public appearance P.C. Ival, the head of FVPN and one-time
Percival The LINGUIST List Cat, was very adamant that LINGUIST Cook
Online was a permanent feature of the global economy. Waving off
reports of backhander deals (see yesterday's MaLingua), he stated that
he was confident about the loyalty of his new employees. At the same
time, he advised the moderators to give up the futile fight and to
look for a career change, like milking cows or something.

Read tomorrow's MaLingua for all the updates as this story unfolds...


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Date:  11 Apr 2003 04:05:45 -0000
From:  linguist at linguistlist.org
Subject:  Helen's Help Desk - A guide for young linguists

~To read MaLingua online, and see the photos, visit:

Helen's Help Desk - A guide for young linguists

We at MaLingua are often asked for advice by young researchers just
starting out on the thorny path to linguistic success. "What," they
cry piteously, "can we do to insure that our linguistic papers attract
the eye of accomplished editors and are published in elite journals
like MaLingua?"

Sternly, we reply, "Learn to write! Moreover, learn to write like an

In our humble opinion, there are far too many young linguists who have
never been taught the proper style of polished obfuscation on which
our discipline, like many others, is founded. Our rejection desk is
cluttered with promising papers marred by a lamentably un-academic
lucidity. In an attempt to aid their hapless authors, however, the
MaLingua editorial staff has prepared a "translation sheet," which we
now have decided to make available to all struggling linguists. All
the young author needs to do is SAY THIS, when you MEAN THIS (see

"... is undoubtedly a classic work" - I haven't read it, and nobody I
know has either

"It is well-established that..." - I can't find the reference

"As is well-known..." - I haven't even bothered to go to the library

"I would like to thank the following people for many helpful
discussions..." - These are the people who did my thinking for me

"any mistakes however are mine" - I may have misunderstood what they

"This research was generously supported by..." - Our local bar was
generously supported by...

"I conducted a pilot study..." - I asked my mother what she thought

"I am eclectic in my theoretical approach..." - I haven't kept up with
the literature

"This project presents certain challenges" - No one has a clue how to
do this

"There are several theory-internal issues..." - Even theoreticians
will be confused by this

"Interesting as Smith's ideas are..." - Smith is an idiot and so is
his theoretical approach

"Smith's ideas are problematic" - I can't think of any ideas of my
own, but Smith's are easy to criticize

"Without wishing to find undue fault with Smith's ideas..." - Smith is
smarter than I am, so I'd better be careful

"Smith's approach may be adequate with certain crucial modifications"
- I'm going to change a word here and there

"for further discussion, see Smith (1995)" - I have no idea what he
was talking about in this paper

"ideas for future research" - what I should have done instead

"...to be discussed in a forthcoming paper" - I'm too lazy to write
the paper, but I want credit for the idea


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Date:  11 Apr 2003 03:57:22 -0000
From:  linguist at linguistlist.org
Subject:  LINGUIST Horoscopes

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LINGUIST Horoscopes

Love is in the air for you!  You are certainly missing something in
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they will seem to be coindexed with you.  They may be attracted to
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[?](Glottal Stop)
It may seem as though everyone is shoving you into the background this
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remember, even silent voices are heard!  You will be attracted to love
interests that may seem a bit loud, which could cause some friction
later in the month.  Your talents with settling disputes will also be
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Jealousy marks your actions, and you refuse to allow them to bind to
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This is the month to go with your instincts.  You may feel uncertain
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Money may seem tight at the moment, but karma favors those who give in
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The stars call for a month of change for you.  Don't try to fight it,
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always better to give, particularly to non-profit organizations that
need your support like the LINGUIST List, than to receive some form
you don't understand.

  /\](Tree Diagram)
What a month to branch out in new directions!  You may feel the need
to select some new friends, but be careful!  Who you select now may
lead to restrictions later, and questions may rise.  Some people very
close to you will feel the need to move on, and you must allow them to
transform.  Although their roles may change, they will always be
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they can only show it in certain circumstances.  And remember, the
tree of life receives its nourishment from unseen forces so it may
bear fruit for you.  Give your fruit (money) to a well-deserving cause

Well, every society has people like you.  We'll forgive you if you go
to this page: http://linguistlist.org/donation.html right away and
donate a little of what you've been hoarding.  The best things in life
are free, but they usually don't get you a job, announce every
conference where you can present your paper, or subject themselves to
manipulating your one funny bone to get support.  As if that weren't
enough, we've enlisted the stars and karma to be on our side, so you
get that "oh I did something good for the world" feeling when you
donate.  For those who have donated, you're reading the wrong star
sign, but thank you.  Karma will be good to you.  For the rest, you
may trip very embarrassingly as you walk up the steps to your next
lecture.  Books will go flying, notes will scatter, and everyone will
laugh at the "Linguist-who-trips".  Blame karma.


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Date:  Fri, 11 Apr 2003 02:02:03 +0000
From:  linguist at linguistlist.org
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