Many of my university students come from islands where there is little exposure to technology. They are unfamiliar with typewriters but can use mobile devices, tablets, laptops, and PCs. What would happen if they were thrust into a situation where the only option for writing is either a typewriter or a stubby pencil?
No wonder we now know the State of our Union so clearly. It was presented at a level we can understand!
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Twittering Tales #122 – 5 February 2019 – It starts with one word…
“It starts with one word Charles. Do you know what that word is?”
Sweat saturated Charles’ brow streaming down his face. He knew they were on to him.
“Geeze, guys, you know me. What’s in a word?”
“One word, Charles…”
“Loyalty. Right? Am I right?”
“Charles, Charles…you pain me.”
Is this better than pencil and paper? They sent me to this remote village to serve my sentence. No electricity, they let me have this infernal machine to write censored stories and poems. Very cruel, they know I can’t use English. Tell me, where is the key to change language?