... consonants palatalize you! How Computers Can Do Fieldwork For You: A Case Study—Chit Fullah I laughed so hard at that. But more relevant parts of the newest issue of the Speculative Grammarian for reader of my blog: How to Do Fieldwork on Proto-Indo-European—Tim Pulju Between these two articles, they've almost as good as: The... Continue Reading →
The pathetically small llama knitted nervously under the _______________________.
My Google Alerts e-mail for "New Testament Greek" came today and I found these couple Gems: Will you read the original DEAD SEA SCROLLS when they come to the Internet? Two of the comments are: The Dead Sea Scrolls verify that the "New Testament" was originally written in Hebrew, not Greek, as the early "church"... Continue Reading →
My last name is spelled with a “e” not an “i” – just so you know: mike aubriy But by far this is my very favorite search. things to do when not studying I’ve had it a few times and it makes me laugh every time I see it.
I’m finally picking this up after about two weeks. Rick tagged in this meme (and also Stephen Carlson tagged me in its apparently different, but obnoxiously similar counterpart) And with all the backlash that appeared, I’m going to preface my books with some of Rick’s words in his update to the original post (cutting out... Continue Reading →
Josh over at his new Son of the Fathers blog has tagged me in his meme: A Meme: Funniest things in ancient literature. Well, the funniest thing that I've read recently was 1 Samuel 13:13 (discussed here): καὶ εἶπεν Σαμουηλ πρὸς Σαουλ Μεματαίωταί σοι Which comes out relatively close to something like: And Samuel said, 'That... Continue Reading →
I wasn’t satisfied with the Biblical Studies Blog picture from the Top 50 Biblioblogs site: So I decided to make my own – in two different incarnations: The first is in just plain old IPA accurately reflecting the pronunciation of “linguistics.” The second is also IPA, but I chose all sorts of characters that don’t... Continue Reading →