Cartoon Theories of Linguistics
Part J—Feeding and Bleeding
Cal State Fullerton
Those unacquainted with the form and purpose of the Cartoon Theories of Linguistics can probably fake it if they are able to locate previous installments of this series. Let us turn our attention to Feeding and Bleeding Rules, as explained by Erin Taylor:
Next time: Prescriptivism vs. Descriptivism.
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1 Erin Taylor is a tortured linguist currently studying at Cal State Fullerton. Originally from South Africa, she was smuggled into Southern California in the hopes of discovering an exciting new life for her and her family. All hopes were dashed when they settled in Orange County. Her passions lie in the neurotic side of neurolinguistics as well as the high and mighty snobbery of syntax. She will one day achieve fame and glory for her late night crime fighting thanks to her aerodynamic spandex suit and mad forensic linguistics skills.