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13 November 2013 @ 06:56 am
Explosive dieresis  
Lingua Franca (not, alas, the magazine of blessed memory) cruelly mocks the cute use of diacritical marks. One they missed: A local car-dealership chain called Pepe uses a symbol I cannot reproduce because it exists in no earthly language: an acute accent over the second P.
The Hebrew Hammercock: pic#820100hammercock on November 14th, 2013 06:03 am (UTC)
You win 1 (one) internet for this subject line.

One of the commenters wins another internet for this: "Thanks to the Unicode interpretation of Latvian orthography, one can save space on the menus at Mexican restaurants by replacing "Quesadilla" with "Ķ" (K-cedilla)."