Post by EM Vürinalt on Aug 12, 2012 14:37:08 GMT -6
I'll tune in in spirit from Bloomington, IN, which isn't far from Frankfurt...but if I stepped foot in That State with Indiana University gear on, Calipari's resulting anguished howl might force me to leave.
If we Talossify the name Garibaldi we don't need to take its literal meaning and change it to Talossan roots. The word already originates in a romance language, we could just easily respell it as it fits Talossan phonology and phonetics.
It'd still look like Garibaldi, just changed slightly.
I personally also think we should change it into the name of a country even if we don't want to Talossify the phonetics, and make it Garibaldia or something like that.
America isn't named Amerigo even though the guy that discovered it was named that- they made it feminine to change it into a land.
Okay, I see that in the Dean's List I've been assigned to help you out as the Fulbright Fellow.
So let's get this show on the road.
I actually quite like the cross, even though someone early mentioned that it was "too crossy." Do you still want to use it, or do you want to use a different style? Let's try to work out what charges you want to incorporate before focusing on the field of the escutcheon (shield).
Fear not, all. The CÚG is working on something called a "Reunison Arestada" which would take a giant step toward officially acknowledging "both" Classic and Modern Orthography by letting a single set of rules define Talossan writing.
Hey, sorry about not getting in on the vote. I didn't have consistent internet access the past few days because I was travelling around in Switzerland and Italy. I'm back in the States now, though, so I'll be more in touch.
V: As we've adopted Wisconsin law, and I'm not up-to-date on their laws on this subject, I assume it's not.
Oct 10, 2017 8:27:38 GMT -6
Ian Plätschisch: It isn't, although we could change that
Oct 10, 2017 9:37:23 GMT -6
Alèxandreu Soleighlfred: if such a smoking would produce some considerable amount of fog, I don't have anything against that
Oct 10, 2017 10:23:39 GMT -6
V: Btw, I applaud Ián's approach to calling for order. It was respectful, whimsical, and lacked any air of arrogance. Had that been the initial approach, there would not have been further arguing.
Oct 10, 2017 10:34:09 GMT -6
Tariq Zubair: Azul all Talossan!
Oct 16, 2017 0:26:48 GMT -6
Tariq Zubair: I am the citizen of Talossa with citizenship number(480) at Maricopa province. I am also working as Ambassador for Austenasia (Its also micronation in UK). I love to recognize both of Talossa and Austenasia with each other. I need the help and cooperation
Oct 16, 2017 0:29:43 GMT -6
Ián B. Anglatzarâ: Talossa doesn't do the "recognisation" thing.
Oct 16, 2017 4:15:01 GMT -6
Iac Marscheir: Because we're a sooper srs group that attempts to remain above the "conventional" micronations. We should do it.
Oct 16, 2017 11:48:22 GMT -6
Iac Marscheir: There should be a "UM": United Micronations
Oct 16, 2017 11:48:48 GMT -6
Ián B. Anglatzarâ: That used to be part of the reason. But also when more sane governments have been in place, it has been calmer that way. Lots of drama queens out there. There are definitely micronations worth having official relations with, but the ones we refuse tend to
Oct 16, 2017 14:28:35 GMT -6
Sir C. M. Siervicül: There have been umpteen incarnations of "United Micronations." The very idea has a name: YAMO (Yet Another Micronational Organization).
Oct 16, 2017 22:25:03 GMT -6
Sir C. M. Siervicül: I've been watching micronations for over 20 years. Seen a lot of apparently promising ones come and go. Precious few endure.
Oct 16, 2017 22:27:01 GMT -6
Alèxandreu Soleighlfred: Cezembrians! There's still time to nominate yourselves for the office of le Senechal de Cezembre! (and spare our glorious province from a non-alternative choice between me and me)
Oct 17, 2017 2:55:27 GMT -6