Greetins, Goodman Dorsey,

i hope yu kno your web-room, whare folks can together speak & happily befrend each uther, has too many a bad thing—first, whut shood be a weblog? a weblog is whare we can write us out our thoughts, neither to wurry bout uthers unlikin us our things. that wa, for that, mabe yu shood make it frum the start a mind-spot, whare the mind shall go frum life to the wide-web-room or cloud. for this to be so, much uf whut yor web-room ('twitter') now's givin us is beyond whut's needed—the wurd-stoppin ('character limit'), the answers ('replies'), & the big token ('banner'), &c. indeed, yes, them things is in truth drivin minds awa frum deep, own self-thought toward throng-thought & folk-meanniss, that, wharas it wooda helpt & still dus uther mediums, such as the farsight-box—that salesmen alone it has cared to gladden—however, in our da greater freedums shood be settled & grounded for the folk-throng, that tha ma mor freely spread emself out thare thoughts, neither to pander nor arse-kiss up to unknown uthers with seemin greater might, that, as yu ma se, it wood still keep us fastened & tied to older blind might-waes, even as one kind go clothe itself up in left-gear, & the uther in the right's.

thus, me, it seem me much, it's only truly fittin yu utterly chooze to better up the whole web-room yu has made & shaped, even as it seem to haf sumwhut wurkt for sumtime, sinss it is man's best might to end might, that itself is tokens & meaninlissnissis, that'll get us as much happiniss as a dream uf it; it can still be dun rather readily, that is, that we shood shed us & get us fully rid uf old misswurkins, if we start to well think how much mor sooner folks'll stick emself down to yor web-room, if it's fully uncluttered.

note sumthin elss to take out'd be the folloin & likin (as spammers & uthers unfrendlily chooze to do it or unmeaninfully). note II as web-frames (browsers, such as, chrome) will now do much, the many settins in web-apps, such as yor web-room, is too much & unhelpful, as, as yu ma se, we can bookmark a weblogger's home, not 'follo' em. 

On Speech & Writing

Hello, dear UN, & UNESCO,

While it's good to keep old ways, at the same time, as english is turning into the worldwide oftenest tongue, we should mind how awful not only english's writing is, but most writings, as they oftener mean wealthish standing, than anything even near true writing & speech-knowledge—therefore, i beg you all to listen to my better knowledge, itself grounded on mostly that of IPA, so what I am asking you all good folk is that you only help spread a writing-wise helpful way that should be thrown in on each of the world's tongues (or at least, most).

Let's start with "vowels", or soft words, which we may throw in on them all as a six-tokened work—/i/ /e/ /ə/ /a/ /o/ /u/. To show "roundedness", or lippedness, or lack of it, we can a "diphthong", or twofold token, for most tongues, so,
  • /ɪ/ /j/ > /i/
  • /y/ /ʉ/ /ʏ/ > /iu/  
  • /ø/ /œ/ > /ə/ /eu/ 
  • /ɛ/ > /e/ 
  • /æ/ > /a/ /e/
  • /ɑ/ > /a/
  • /ɐ/ > /ə/ /a/ /o/
  • /ɔ/ > /o/
  • /ɤ/ /ʌ/ > /ə/ /ue/ /o/
  • /ɯ/ /ɨ/ > /ui/
  • /ʊ/ /w/ > /u/
Note It's only silly spanishness for "j" to be /h/ or /x/, & mostly a silly englishness for "y" to be /j/; however, this has been thrown in on many formerly unwritten tongues, sadly sadly.

To show "stress", or beat, in many tongues, we can lengthen with the /:/, only where unforeseen, or between offbeats. Also, some twofold tokens can be this lengthening instead so, /ei/ /ou/ > /e:/ /o:/.

Now, let's go to the hard words or "consonants". Whereas many tongues have funny or weird throats, as in northern hindu's breaths or arab's hoarseness or southern hindu's tongue-twistings, we can mostly forget them, for sundry reckonings, as in the hindu's speech these were brought from the made-up holy sanskrit, in arab these are playing much with the soft words & kept more from the quran's ways, lastly, in dravidian these may have been marked littlenesses, but I don't fully know. We can also forget the many chokingnesses ('glottals') we may find elsewhere.

Now, let's go to those worldwide oftenest,
  • /tʃ/ /ts/ ~ /c/
  • /dz/ /dʒ/ ~ /ɟ/ 
  • /ʔ/ > ∅ /:/
  • /h/ ~ ∅ /:/
  • /v/ > /b/ /u/
  • /ʒ/ ~ /i/
Often, instead, we can have twofold tokens, so, /ki/ or /ik/, or /ti/ or /it/, etc., instead of /c/ or /ts/, etc. If a tongue has /ɟ/, but no /z/, then this is better than that, & should stand in its stead (same instead of an only /c/ /x/ /b/ /g/ /d/ an /s/ /h/ /p/ /k/ /t/). Lastly, breaths can well be /p/ & /b/, etc., instead of /ph/ /p/, etc., (as already in pinyin & navajo), & nosed up words in their stead a new nasal /n/ or /ŋ/ or /m/ thrown in.


  • ɲ (272) Ɲ (19d)
  • ɟ (25f) J 
  • ʃ (283) Σ (3a3)
  • ʒ (292) Ʒ (1b7) 
  • ʎ (28e) Λ (39b) 
  • ə (259) Ə (18f)
  • ŋ (14b) Ŋ (14a)
  • θ (3b8) Θ (398) 
Note /ð/ /ɣ/ & /β/ I wouldn't care much for, since they're so seldom weighty word-work-wise, world-wide. II why the latin or roman writing? it has rather thin shapes unlike slav, & arab, & it's rather "iconic", & "featural", that is, it's almost speech's likeness. III the schwa law is that for a tongue to have a schwa "ə", it should come out in an open shortest word or CV; otherwise, some other mark can be in its stead, e or a or o or eu or ue. III no period before 'and', 'but', 'or', instead 'dash' or 'semicolon' nor, mostly, 'comma' before 'and', 'but', 'or', unless new doer or undergoer, 'subject', 'object'.

UDHR for Showing

  • english 
    • los angeles's
      • a:l hiu:mən biənz ər born fri an i:kuəl in dignəti an raits. de ər indaud uiθ ri:zən an ka:nsiəns an ʃud ak tordz uon nodər in spirit ob brodərhud. 
    • london's
      • o:l hiu:mən biənz ə bo:n fri en i:kuəl in dignəti en roits. dai ə əndeud uib ri:zən en konsiəns en ʃud ek to:dz uan naba in spirət ob brabahud. 
  • arab  
    • iuual:id ʒami: al na:s ahra:ran ua mutasa:uin fi al kara:mat ua l huqu:qi. uahum qad ua hapu: al aql ua l uiʒda:n ua alaihim iuamilu pad:uhum pad:an piru:h al ixua.
  • china's  
    • ren ren seŋ er ziio, zai zunien hə cienli iliu piŋdeŋ. ta:men fu:io lisiŋ hə liaŋsin, biŋ iŋ i siuŋdi də ziŋsen siaŋ duedai.  
  • french 
    • tu lez etr umaŋ nes lipr e eko oŋ teniəte e oŋ trua. il suŋ tue tə rezuŋ e tə kuŋsoŋs e tua aiir lez aŋ oŋuer lez otr toŋ an espri a fraternəte. 
  • russia's 
    • use liuti raiautsi suapotnimi i raunimi u suao:m tastoinstui i prauah. ani natilini razumam i souistiu i toisni: pastupat u atnasie:ni truk trua u tuhi pratstua.
  • spanish 
    • too loh sere oma:no nasen lipre i ikua:le en tenneta: i tere:tio i, tot:a:o komo ehta:n te raso:n i konsensa, tepen konporta:r se fraterna:l mente loh uno kon loh otro.

On Everything at Once

Hello, dear Language Log,

While we has long liked to believe us we's the greatest as mankind & can seek out & know truths, at same time, truths is hiding too often under other things, so much so that we can hardly ever stick to some great happiness. We can say that truth is tokens some more helpful, others less & devilish.

Note All our knowledge is choosing & will & happiness, so we can only look at the world, never make it do anything. We can see this with weather shift, as even tho we has gone forward with burning for strength & wealth & might thruout the world, even more for some men of europe & settlers, however, at the same time, we has got us all them woes that's soon finding us even worse. To make things right what we must do is not to give up, but to even this out, & shift it—instead of more own-wheels for the whitemen, what about more buses or metros for everybody?

Now, back to the tokens, this is something I'd like to tie back to the overtruth, Braudrillard's mad thoughts, but wonderful. The truth is he has many of his writings turned into English, but some has weirdnesses that I would not bother with. However, I think I can kill any earlier weirdness that was made as folks worked to get what truth or tokens is. How? Well, we can say that everything is tokens & that speech is a thing gleamed back from thence, so time is not only a knowledge of a few wise men, but something that all folks know with little words such as, "today" or "now". We must wonder how it is that meaning can be even thruout. Since we is mankind, & nothing more, & we cannot, at least not now, we cant turn us into elves nor gods nor fly nor swim as fish, it would be smart that we take this as the most grounded of truths—that time is not only a tool of high knowledge, but something all folks is feeling & sending out thru speech.

Speech is something we has made up to gleam back what we can feel, as much as any other souled thing, such as most wildlife. In other words, we can't feel at all the greatness of the heavens nor too small things, or rather, we can't turn into tools, such as glass or iron, but rather be here under the sun's might & life-roots, such as heat or water. Whereas we love them greatly wisest of ours, they can hardly end a storm, or drought. Again, in other words, we can't put us in the shoes of gods, nor ants, nor birds.

Overtruth is like when we feel like a bird flying in the heavens or so swift in wheels or other wonders—"it's likely not true, if it's too good to be true." Even then, we could some day come up with the strength, but now, all our strength is too dear & ungreen, so we hasn't gone too far from what the first man had. Thus, them wise should come out & say, "While we has great strengths & crafts, even they can't work without some death or nearness to death, whether of us or what keep us alive." That's not to say that death is good, but that we must work to steer away from it, to shun it, to stave it off, but if you ain't even acknowledging it, how you gonna do it?

What I wanna do here is—one, acknowledge that "science", or high knowledge, is good, that is, the bare, naked truth without all the other things, but next, that it's bathed in so many tokens that most folks won't get it, & it itself'll water itself down to lies & farfetchednesses, which wouldn't be bad, if we wasn't in the middle of wealth unevenness & manmade weather shift. Thus, if this is the time to write again all the knowledge-books, let it be.

My own thought is that much knowledge can be taught as time & clustering, or "statistics". However, beyond that, it's a childish almost meaningless thing, but I'd say, & I hope you & any wise should at least think you it some, every & each thing, mostly, is a threefold oneness—the heart, the near clustering, & lastly the far clustering. While this is the first & long being of things, time may break things up, such that the clustering is less—& there be more things—, but with time, things'll cluster back. A "linguistics metaphor" is this,
"From a worldwide perspective, the most common [category-per-word] values are between 4 and 8 (acounting for two thirds of the sample) and the universal mode is 4 (17.4%)." 
from WALS Online Chapter Inflectional Synthesis of the Verb.

On a New German

Hello, dear Angela Merkel,

Since Germany has many "migrants" & newcomers—that is fleeing America's bloodlust & other things, even weather shift—now & they must learn to speak helpful High German, I hope you think you this which I wanna put you in your head, & hope that you take you it well, that is, that you should lead a new "pedagogy", a new teaching grounded on spoken German's broad speech-kind & speech-lore, not one on Luther's likings of many hundreds of years ago, not only that, but also, if this way not only it would be learned quicker, but Germany would again rise as well led in another way, in true speech-laws, which we often ain't seeing. You see, freedom of speech is a lie held inside an awful writing beloved of a highborn few.

Let's start with the /h/, which is truly one, yet folks is taught wrongly that there is two things /h/ & /x/. This is wrong, as there is only an /h/ that if not at a word's beginning will turn into /x/, so in writing you all hasn't got no need for two tokens—"h" & "ch". Thus, we can have a good, true, onefold way that will be less work for the new learners & old learners alike.

Next, the dead "genitive", or "wessenfall", need to go, & fully forgotten for all Germany's sake. All Germans that care to have true broad freedom know that this should have gone away a long time ago, as it is only a tool & mark of them highborn, neither at all good to any other—even more as most don't need to be like Classical Latin writers, where alone we can find any spring of this long-lasting "genitive".

Next, we can write
  • ʃ < sch
  • ŋ < ng
  • ai < ei
  • iu < ue
  • eu < oe
  • oi < eu 
  • : < h V-C
  • a < e-r
  • u < w
  • f < v
  • n- < ein-
  • c < z
  • t p < d b
Neither you should keep on writing other twinned marks, such as, "nn", etc., besides "ss" /s:/. Last but not least, you should write "enclisis" or rather  (better only d-???),
  • wer eh  du  d-a  d-e  da-s  me/ue  d-a
  • wen meh  deh  d-en  uns  oih  seh
  • wem me  de  d-em  d-a  d-enen  
together with the word, whether deed's or tier. Needless to say, many also has to leave of older speaking ways, such as "dass...", when no "dass" or instead an infinitive would do. Shorter words should help us too, such as "ham" instead of "haben", "grad" instead of "gerade", &c. In truth, I ain't no German speaker, but after learning about it a little, I's feeling that the "diglossia", or the two-tongued being of things there is pretty soon seen, & so it need bettered well. 

Note Needless to say, the "capital" words need to stop, so either all caps, or no caps. II You being a thinker as a physicist you should get you this need for sooner teaching. 
  • Example Allgemeine Erklärung der Menschenrechte
    • al:e menʃen sint frai un glaih an uiuate un rehten gepo:ren. te sint mit fanunft un geuis:en pegapt un sol:en ainanta im gaist fon priutalihkait pege:gnen.
  • In all caps

On the Great Meaning of Souledness

Hello, dear Language Log,

We may wonder some things about the "dative pronouns", such as "me", "you", "her", etc., such as why they is the same as them "accusative" or why they is often in folk-speech "reflexive". Now, let's say "undergoer", not "accusative" nor "dative", & "self-word" instead of "reflexive. Anyways, what we can say is this—this dative is to mark that the next undergoer, if there is one, is unsouled, or, "inanimate". Thus, when in folk-speech we's saying,
  • we is getting us a house
  • he is getting him(self) a house
what the "us" & "him(self) is doing is foretokening that an unsouled, or, what-thing, may come.

Now, sadly, whereas in most of europe's tongues them here is often heard speech, however among english speakers that's not so, as in writing they has worked to shun it somehow & often. See, for whatever, & somehow, some time ago, it had become this speech-way somehow a folksy or unlearned thing, which, again, is hard to understand, since such a way go even back to Latin & the other olden or holy tongues. In other words, the "deponent" or "passive" Latin & "middle" Greek words was truly rather not unlike europe's now self-words.

This all go to show why Chomsky's speech-thoughts was truly bad, as they never cared to think of how souledness or "animacy" will play with speech. & furthermore, this go to show how even tho we like to think some folksy ways needless & dumb, they is truly oldest & speech-wise helpful, so almost as if this was some hard "science", you'll see that it won't work with a souled undergoer, mostly, anyways, unless you's speaking only of an unsouled thing of theirs, such as a limb, as in,
  • i will get me your ass
  • your ass, i will get me (it)
  • not **i will get me you

On the Awful Hindu Writing

Hello, dear Indian National Congress Party,

Since I has lately learned about the awful & evil deeds of Bharat, your land, where so many indeed is hated only by their darkness or whiteness, thrown in into fake words such as "dalit" & others to hide the wish for wealthy sexiness, & since needless to say, much of this has only been made worse by our own Hollywood filth, therefore, however, anyways, I wish to show you what I think would do for better writing. You see, if the little hindus can learn to write well both their thoughts out & them of their friends or mates, then maybe speech would be a gate towards freedom (& hopefully speech too for earth-mother), rather than the now wealth-token. Not only that, but we can even say that the half-wild dogs of Bharat has got more love from folks than the Dalits or darks.

Now, let us begin with the first thing that need shifted, that is, that since hindu tongues is overall lacking a "z" or /z/, then that can be a better & thinner & readier token or writing-mark than the "j" (/ɟ/). (Same for "s" better than "c" in other tongues.) It shouldn't be hard to see how this "j" is gleaming back English land-winning's time, rather than good writing-ways & speech-lore.

Now, let's go to Bharat's great weirdnesses, the tongue-twistings & breaths, which we should mostly forgo showing or writing as they'll little help the little folks that only need to be mindful thru writing, not wealthtokening about. Thus, it would help more to write us "baret" or "BARET" than "Bharat" (since it make writing unsightly to have caps & them small together), & lastly, also, the "nasal" or them nosed up Vŋ.

Next, let's go to the dumb length-marks, that truly's helping nobody mostly beyond them needing Sanskrit's dumb laws, as most tongues of today's India has done away with long word-stem, so the beats & length ain't too meaningful no more. However, we should show the short "a" or /e/ or /o/, as them last two. You see, if we was to do this, not only it would well learned & kept true speech-knowledge, but writing too get less long & thick, as with the unsightly hindu writings now. Why? Well, as I already's wrote the world's high headship, "Latin, or, roman, is thinner & almost speech's likeness."

Note Whereas some folks'd like to spar saying that "abugidas" like Devanagari is good to spare writing-room, in truth, however, this ain't so, as we could readily do rather alike in our writing by putting "a", "e", etc, over or under "b", "c", etc., & have them as "ligatures". There is nothing "sexy" about Devanagari either, but rather that feeling come from bygone othering by whitemen of other folk-kinds. I would say something also alike about Twitter's now word-law—that most of europe's tongues can say much more in 140 only since their writing is much better than English's, so the new 280 is only true to help us, not all latin-wrote tongues. However, I has already wrote its headman earlier that the word-stopping is dumb all the way. 

Now, I will work to show the first head of the UDHR in the sundry aryan & tamil** tongues, but sadly they had turned it with too many sanskrit words,
  • greater hindu or hindi
    • sebi menusion ko goreu or edikaron ke mamle meŋ zenmezat suetentreta or semanta prapt he. unhen bud:i or enteratma ki den prapt he or peresper unhen baicare ke bau se bertau kerna cahiie.
  • bengal's
    • somosto manus sadinhabe soman moriada eboŋ odikar niie zonmogrohon kore. tander bibek eboŋ bud:i as:e; sutoraŋ sokoleri eke oporer proti hatritbosulob monubab niie as:oron kora us:it.
  • northern tamil or telugu 
    • pratipat:isuatuamula uisaiamun ma:nauulel:arun sanmata suatantrulun sama:nulun nakuturu. ua:ru uiue:sanaantak:aran sanpan:ulakutase: parasparam pratrupa:uamuto: uartinpaualaiun.
  • southern hindu or marathi
    • serue maneui uiekti zenmetehce suetentre ahet ue tian:a seman pretista ue seman edikar ahet. tian:a uicarsakti ue sedesuiduekbud:i lableli ahe. ue tian:i ekmekansi bendutiacia baunene aceren keraue.
  • main tamil
    • manitap piriuiiinar sakalarum sutantirama:kaue: pirak:inranar; auarkal matip:ilum, urimaikalilum samama:nauarkal, auarkal niia:iat:aiium manas:a:tsiiaiium iiarpanpa:kap per:auarkal. auarkal oruuarutanoruuar sako:tara unaruuup pankil natantukol:al ue:ntum.
  • western tamil or kannada
    • el:a ma:nauaru: suatantrara:kiie: sanisit:a:re. ha:ku: kanate mat:u hak:ukalal:i samanarakit:a:re. uiue:ka mat:u antak:aranakalan:u patetauara:t:arinta auaru paraspara saho:tara pa:uatinta uartisape:ku.
  • gujarat's
    • pretista ene edikaroni drustie serue maneuo zenmeti suetentre ene seman hoi ce. temnamaŋ uicarsakti ene entehkeren hoi ce ene temne peresper bendutueni baunati uerteuuŋ zoie.
  • odissha's or odia or oriya
    • sobu monusio zonmoikaloru sodino, semanonkoro morsiada o odoikaro somano, semanonotare proboŋ o bibeko noiho tocoi, semane porosporo pobo bradohobo poisoso koroi tarpia zokoira dorokaro.
  • kerala's or malayalam
    • manusiarel:a:uaruŋ tulia:uaka:san:alo:tuŋ antas:o:tuŋ sua:tantriat:o:tunku:ti sanis:auara:n. anio:niam pra:trupa:uat:ote peruma:ruua:na:na manusian:u uiue:kaput:iium manas:aksiium sit:ama:irik:un:at.
*or better, Bharat's Landwide Left-Guild
note /e/ /o/ is better than the schwa. in fact, they may even go back to prakrit times. sanskrit, we must be mindful, is wholly made up, likely to bridge the eastern /o/ with the western /e/, even them thousands of years ago.