Dear old dud(e)s:
You recently wrote, “none of this comes as any surprise to us, having spent a century in Houston.” Nosy minds want to inquire: Is that century collective, institutional, or (shudder of shudders) individual?
Herr Doktor Bernhard Jung-
Dear blowhard young punk:
The title of the referenced editorial must be read ironically. Words fly, but time there crawls
I was severely disappointed to see that the Pumpkin of Iniquity managed to sneak a curse word into your poetry. You linguists and your filthy terminology! At least put some lipstick on that pig and refer to the language group as “Cucrapic”.
Rev. P. Earl Klutcher
Focus on the Language Families
Dear Swine Among Pearls,
Thic raps the stupid nail on its stupid head. You can take your crapty idea and flucr ap.
Dear Masters of Them That Know,
In a recent issue, Dr. Romanson wrote, “a zero full verb of existence.” So basically the full verb of existence is an empty morph? Huh?
Research Fellow, York Pork Research Park
York, Canada (not the UK branch)
Finally, someone addresses us with the proper title! Now go wipe your nose.
Turning from the fulsomeness of your address to the fullness of your content: Form is emptiness, emptiness form
Alternately, you have to think of the verb of being as the Hegelian synthesis of the thesis of fullness and the antithesis of emptiness, rather like Chomskyanism itself, which has often been referred to by either its proper name, flemptiness, or something similar, like “flimsiness,” by those whose phonotactics have not developed sufficiently to handle stop clusters in fully native speaker fashion.
Speculative Grammarian accepts well-