Photographers speak in tongues

Started Mar 28, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Grevture Veteran Member • Posts: 4,185
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meland wrote:

It was not intended to be taken so seriously.  But thank you anyway.

I always take language seriously - its my work

Now, not being a native English speaker sometimes make me oblivious to irony or sarcasm. So I probably misread the tone of you post a bit. And I am used to debate the issue of deteriorating language quite a lot - a surprising number of people actually get all steamed up complaining that 'the language just get worse and worse'.

Language(s) fascinates me, and I want to say to all you English speakers out there: Be grateful you are using one of the most living and ever changing languages on the planet. Ability to change as reality changes - adopt and overcome in US Marine parlance - is what keeps a language alive and relevant.

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