Wow! I’ve got to hand it to you. I can only imagine what that must have been like pulling the alien syntax tree out of the satchel. I remember seeing one of those back in ’69 amongst some orange trees along the Elberton Highway around 2:00 in the morning. First the oranges started glowing, then it slowly came right at me.
Have you got any more of that stuff?
Dear Ms. Knoff,
By “that stuff” we assume you mean more items from the archives, as opposed to any illicit substances that might evoke a similar senso-
On the other hand, if you were referring to substances of a certain type, then see Phreddy down in the Phonology Department
Speculative Grammarian accepts well-
I am confused. I was told that yours was an august journal and at the leading edge of linguistic science, yet all I see here is a mass of worn-
Firstly, thank you for taking the time to write. Your lack of academic affiliation tells us that you obviously do not have a job where sending meaningless nonsense to journals counts as work. We apologise profusely for that and suggest you join your local literary theory department forthwith.
On your specific point, we also wish to clear up two misunderstandings. First, this is only an August journal once a year, in the month of, well, August. Aside from that chronological confusion, we also believe that you have misunderstood our mission and aims. Firstly, we do far more than offer “naughty pokes at the academic establishment.” We also proffer well-