Mark Spahn, ersatz ruler of West Seneca, poses some questions to test the Czars acuity this early Saturday morning. The video is introduced by the irritating voice and now-jowly visage of sometime U.S. presidential candidate Pat Robertson, but stick with …Continue reading →
As is well known (indeed, advertised at left), the Gormogons are working tirelessly—though obviously none too effectively—for the imprisonment of Esperanto speakers, for reasons that are largely above you minions’ security clearance. The Czar suggests one here, but is he …Continue reading →
Confucius was enjoying a breakfast of one of the thousand-year eggs he put aside on his fifteen-hundredth birthday when one of our Tcho-Tcho footmen truckled in and, properly averting his eyes, kowtowed and presented Confucius with this letter which had …Continue reading →
Borepatch (see sidebar) sends over a note commemorating yesterday’s sad anniversary. This Day in Geek History: July 26 1887 The first book written in Esperanto, the international language invented by Ludwig Zamenhof, is published. Yes, it’s been 124 years since …Continue reading →
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