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Also about names and spelled+69To prevent election-hacking, votes should be processed on touch screens that create a bar code for each digital vote & faxed so they can't be hacked. Each bar code should be dated & made through a conversion from 3 NAMES like a full name- to numbers with math problems. Problems based on how the names are spelled & not simply a combination universal to all NAMES. Making it impossible for hackers to decode since they can't figure out the factors even if they tried names. The reverse-conversion would ensure no bar codes are fake & none of them repeat so that duplicates would be blocked, amirite?
Also about names and spelled+163It's annoying when people with weirdly spelled common names get mad when you misspell their name. And you're just like "I didn't misspell your name, your parents did.", amirite?
Also about Language+71In every language, even if you don't understand it, it's easy to tell when someone is asking a question, amirite?
Also about names+150The english isshu pokemon names are kind of lame compared to the original ones thanks to some people who decided that the names "Pokabu", or "Mijumaru" weren't cool enough for America. amirite?
Also by tenleyk+4'Call Me Maybe' doesn't make very much sense. For instance, before he came into her life she missed him so bad, but then she's not even sure she wants him to call her, amirite?
Also by tenleyk+193You feel bad sometimes when you realize that 925 million people go hungry every day, and you're upset because no one liked your Facebook status, amirite?
Also by tenleyk+57Sometimes if you're really into a book, you don't really even notice when it's a new chapter, amirite?
Also about Language+70A Canadian linguist of Acadian origin,R Landry, has clearly defined two forms of bilingalism, an« additive bilingualism » which is likely to enrich the mother-language elements and on the contrary a « substractive bilingualism which weaken or impoverish the basic elements of the mother- language or the source language. Could linguistic planners use these definitions, although sketchy , in devising accurate and efficient second language learning programs? amirite?