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Tuesday July 16, 2013 At the Wedge Coop, there were samples of scrambled duck eggs. I couldn't detect any great difference in taste from chicken eggs.

***Department of Linguistics, University of Michigan, Carmel O'Shannessy

MAJOR RESEARCH INTEREST:

Documentation of Light Warlpiri, a newly emerged mixed language spoken in the Warlpiri community of Lajamanu, in the Tanami Desert, northern Australia.

Light Warlpiri draws most nouns and nominal structure from Warlpiri, and most verbs and verbal structure from varieties of English and Kriol (an English-lexified Kriol, spoken in the north of Australia).
http://www-personal.umich.edu/~carmelos/

The only previous account of a new language in our time I'd previously seen was an article on Nicaraguan Sign Language.

***Comments of Comment From Facebook

7/15 Mark Blackman Being nocturnal, werewolves don't do decaf.

7/15 Mike Schneider You said avoid decaf beverages, but I think you meant avoid caffeinated beverages. [Yes.]