Sutton at signwriting.org
James Shepard-Kegl, Esq.
kegl at MAINE.RR.COM
Thu Oct 20 03:56:06 UTC 2005
Well, my oh my. Recalls to mind an adage: No good deed goes unpunished.
Did you know that "ye" in Middle English, as in "ye old inn" was a
misspelling of a symbol that stood for the sound "th"? Somewhere along the
line, that symbol was dropped and everyone had to start using a "t" and an
"h" to write the same sound. I suppose there was some grumbling amongst the
scribes that day.
on 10/19/05 9:10 PM, Charles Butler at chazzer3332000 at YAHOO.COM wrote:
Valerie, I now feel that I am justifiably angry, and most of the anger is
not directed at you, but the programmer of Sign Puddle, who should be
ashamed of himself.
You are not a programmer, but you, by now, should know what programmer's are
First of all, the following email is not a gentle email, it is pointed Be
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