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(Gizmodo)   New study claims we can credit agriculture and soft food for the existence of Fark   (gizmodo.com) divider line
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5 days ago  
What about L and R
 
5 days ago  
I know that in Baja, desayunos is pronounced with the d like a gentle th.

(It means 'breakfast.'  Yo hablo comida.  That d is also "soft.")

This hypothesis would then suggest their culture has (or had) more of a hunter-gatherer lifestyle.  Dunno.

Also... TFA is basically saying your great^umpteenth granddaddy thpoke with a lithp...
 
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