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George Corley
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Excellent. Frankly, I would make a harder point: not only is free speech no shield against criticism, it is actually intended to ENCOURAGE criticism.
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A very special guest joins George to point out some interesting facts about Chinese that might inspire a little playing with lexical meaning.
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Remember hearing about this comic a long time ago in a TED video by the creator. Hopefully they get past this setback.
Why would a cleric turn against a comic book approved by Saudi officialdom and embodying the virtues of Islam? Even the name — The 99 — referred to the 99 attributes of Allah.
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In this episode, George points out a really interesting little subreddit that might provide some inspiration to conlangers. Links and Resources Etymology Maps subreddit camel clock beer Jew
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Huh... I was actually going to send you a screen shot but now it works fine... Maybe the page just didn't load or something.  Originally just the logo came up and the title, but now I have the audio bar.  Ahaha thank you
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In this episode, George points out a really interesting little subreddit that might provide some inspiration to conlangers. Links and Resources Etymology Maps subreddit camel clock beer Jew
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YES! Hopefully it can just be eaten and won't break my teeth like Gimli's axe.
 
Fried over the fires of Mount Doom, the One Donut to rule them all: http://j.mp/1lGMM5l by MirachRavaia
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Ash donut durbtulûk, Ash donut gimpatul, 
Ash donut thrakatulûk, agh hunger ishi krimpatul.
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Tolkien geekery for the win!
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  • University of Wisconsin-Madison
    Linguistics, 2012 - present
  • West Virginia University
    Foreign Langauage and International Studies, 2006 - 2011
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Just a guy with some stuff
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I am a a gradutate student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in Linguistics, among many other things.

I am also the producer and host of the Conlangery podcast.
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I speak three languages, and have invented a couple others.
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Elkins, West Virginia - Morgantown, West Virginia - Hangzhou, China
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Conlangery SHORTS #14: 吃酒喝面 Eating Wine and Drinking Noodles
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Today George brings on his fiancé Li Wang to talk about some interesting little lexical facts in Chinese that might be an inspiration. Links

Conlangery #99: Nonconcatenative Morphology
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We have some fun telling you about nonconcatenative mophology -- that is morphology that doesn't involve stringing things together. It's not

Conlangery SHORTS #13: Etymology Maps on Reddit
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In this episode, George points out a really interesting little subreddit that might provide some inspiration to conlangers. Links and Resour

Language Log » "Slide down my cellar door"
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previous post |. In a 2010 NYT “On Language” column, Grant Barrett traced the claim that “cellar door” is the most beautiful phrase in Engli

Conlangery #98: Menya (natlang)
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We talk about a Papua New Guinea language called Menya. Follow along here. --

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A motley crew of geeks, coming together to geek out on their favorite subjects!

Conlangery SPECIAL: Changing of the Guard at the LCS
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George recorded a special interview with David J Peterson and Christophe Grandsire-Koevoets to talk about some recent events at the Language

Conlangery #97: Interview with Britton Watkins
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Today we interview conlanger Britton Watkins about his journey from natlang enthusiasm through Vulcan and Na'vi fandom to creating a conlang

Conlangery SHORTS #12: Verbs in Uskra
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Bianca tells us a little about the verbal system of Uskra, one of her conlangs, and how she played with giving grammatical forms multiple us

Conlangery #96: Where did my Nominative go?
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George and William have a discussion of those times when the subject isn't in the case you might expect it to be in. Links and Resources: Wi

Conlangery #95: Weird Ideas for Auxlangs
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Today we talk about a bunch of wacky and wonderful auxlangs. Links and Resources: Real Character Caracteristica universalis aUI (Wikipedia,

Conlangery #94: Face and Politeness
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We go over politeness theory and discuss its implications for creating interesting conlangs and concultural interactions. Top of Show Greeti

Conlangery #93: Basque/Euskara (natlang)
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Today, William is gone, but we have Christophe Grandsire-Koevets on as a special guest to discuss one of his favorite natlang inspirations,

Conlangery #92: The Sapir-Worf Hypothesis
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We go over the basic premise of the Sapir-Worf Hypothesis and it's (limited) usefulness to naturalistic conlanging, with a couple of tangent

Conlangery #91: Srínawésin
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Today we talk about a language of dragons. It's really, really hard to pronounce. Top of show Greeting: Jesesç Srínawésin grammar and dictio

Conlangery #90: Mailbag 1
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We resurrect the podcast with an episode that's all answering listener feedback. We hope to keep this thing going for a good long time. Top

Woman Steps On a LEGO In a Good Way By Making a Prosthetic Leg Out Of Th...
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A coworker jokingly suggested that Christina Stephens, an occupational therapist and clinical researcher who had her leg amputated below the