[geeks] Re: [rescue] Re: [SunRescue] Catalyst 2100 switch

Chad A. Chance rescue at sunhelp.org
Wed Jun 6 07:54:10 CDT 2001

Being from Oklahoma as well, I totally understand, wierd thing is though, I
never picked up the accent. While I was living in California, people
wouldn't believe me when I said that I was from Oklahoma. Now that I'm back
here, people think I'm making fun of them when I say "howdy" and they still
don't believe I'm from here either.

Oh Well....


-----Original Message-----
From: rescue-admin at sunhelp.org [mailto:rescue-admin at sunhelp.org]On
Behalf Of Bill Bradford
Sent: Wednesday, June 06, 2001 1:05 AM
To: rescue at sunhelp.org
Subject: Re: [geeks] Re: [rescue] Re: [SunRescue] Catalyst 2100 switch

On Wed, Jun 06, 2001 at 06:28:34AM +0100, Paul Sladen wrote:
> > They say "router" (and, for that matter, "route" and "routing") as they
> > would say "rooter" ("root" and "rooting").
> And so should everyone... well actually everyone /did/;  only along
> Hollywood, and Star Trek... and now the Southern Mid West half of the
> states has been (falsely) pursuaded to produce `router' as `ra-out-er'.
> Come-on -- How many people would produce `linen' - `line en'...  just
> doesn't work does it!

I used to get made fun of when I moved to texas; because I pronounced
"root" as "ruht".  (think "rut").  Even the Texans didnt say it that
way. 8-)

(I'm from Oklahoma..)

"Why dont I finish this up as ruht and then we can all go yonder down
 to the holler and have us some chitlins and a coke" 8-)


Bill Bradford
mrbill at mrbill.net
Austin, TX
rescue maillist  -  rescue at sunhelp.org

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