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Posted on January 14, 2012 at 2:23pm 3 Comments 0 Likes
Inspired by conversation in SD group I therefore blog. Blog blog.
Years ago I had a bad flu and was lying in bed in fever listening to tv-news about EU parliament with all these huge piles of papers when everything has to be in different langugaes. In my feverish mind I thought I'll make a new language for EU. Or, why not, a universal language.
Ideas I had:
It's grammar should be as straightforward as possible. No exceptions to rules after another.
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The only other book of Paasilinna's I've found translated into English is called The Howling Miller. I have a friend who is half Ojibwa and half Finnish and calls himself a Findian. He is very much like the main character in The Year of the Hare. I would invite him to this website, but he is more a fan of Crowley than of HPB.
I was ten years old when the double sided hit Hound Dog and Don't be Cruel was released and it was the first 45 RPM record I bought. Then I had to convince my parents to get a player. When his Christmas album came out it became something of a scandal, but my parents loved it. I still can hear him sing It'll be a blue, blue Christmas without you. Maybe Elivis's mantra is: Don't be cruel to a heart that's true.
Mika, have you read Arto Paasilinna's Janiksen vuosi translated into English as The Year of the Hare? It has become one of my favoite books and I hope some of his other books get translated into English.
Yes, Elvis read The Tibetan Book of the Dead and Autobiography of a Yogi.
Happy Birthday :)