"I was interested in the question of whether my son, going through his first language acquisition process, would acquire it like any human language," Speers told the Minnesota Daily. "He was definitely starting to learn it."
And get this, Speers says he isn't really a huge Star Trek fan.
We'll take his word for it.
Does the fact that Speers has a doctorate in computational linguistics explain anything -- or excuse anything -- here? Maybe. His child-rearing habits were part of a larger story on the company he advises, Ultralingua, which develops language and translation software. Including Klingon.
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Each have a point ... multiple linguistic capability is certainly a good thing (I was taught this when I studied secondary education in university) but as some said, the father could have taught a more useful language.
But in the end, what matters is not what the father did or what he did wrong .... but that some commentators on this article are acting like juveniles over something that ultimately does not concern them or their lives .....
So there are no adults after all, only kids in bigger bodies.... shame.......
Love that I was dressed as fem!sulu too. IT WAS MADE TO BE.
Never saw him again though. Shame.
BTW, I'm not a slut or anything. Hahahaha. He was just weirdly charming and sweet and um..sexy. I'm a girl, not a asexual robot, damnit!
As in http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g2LPVcsL2k0
You hate. And that's all you do.
Get some help woman, don't bring your ignorance and hate here.
How do you say "Don't feed the trolls" in Klingon?