tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Sun Apr 14 01:14:44 2002

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Re: "be'be'" - double negation

At 00:57 2002-04-14 -0400, wrote:
> >Very true -- the layman of the 23rd+ century, where presumably everyone who
> >reads English has studied several non-Indoeuropean languages as a part of
> >their minimal education -- along with more hearty pursuits like temporal
> >mechanics, warp field theory, and how to make hors-d'oeuvres for
> >silicon-based guests;
>You're describing a Starfleet officer, not a layman, even a 23rd century one.

If poverty has been eliminated at least throughout Earth, why would people 
make do with inferior educations?

Sean M. Burke

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