I am a proponent of simplifying language to make it easier for universal understanding. Proper English is too complicated:
1) Can we make Inglish phonetic like German? (Eg, thoro, thru, Inglish, filosofy)
2) We need a 2nd person plural that's different from the singular (eg, you'all vs. you'un.
PS: lookup this on wikipedia:"buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo" Kevin has me thinking about it, but I can't get the 6th useage to work in my head, it needs an -ed somewhere, but I have not had time to think it thru.
PPS: I am using texter from lifehacker.com. It really simplifies my day by allowing keyboard macros for phrases that I repeat often. I have not figured out how to get it to run programs yet, but you can read the source code.
PPPS: we're on vacation at the cape, but we're confining the cats to the basement because of all of our cat allergies. They keep staring at me like they are planning a prison break.
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