LANGUAGE TAG REGISTRATION FORM (Newspeak)
mrc at CAC.Washington.EDU
Mon Jun 2 09:47:40 CEST 2003
On Mon, 2 Jun 2003, John Cowan wrote:
> I think the better argument against en-newspeak is that it should be
OK by me.
> Look at the following attested passages and say if they are
> 1) Oldthinkers unbellyfeel Ingsoc.
This is Newspeak
> 2) [a telegram:] Times 3.12.83 reporting B[ig]B[rother] dayorder
> doubleplusungood[,] ref[erence]s unpersons[;] rewrite fullwise upsub[mit]
> 3) Items one, five, seven approved fullwise. Suggestion contained
> item six doubleplus ridiculous verging crimethink cancel. Unproceed
> constructionwise antegetting plusfull estimates machinery overheads.
These last two are *NOT* Newspeak; if you refer to "1984" you will find
that this is a hybrid jargon of English and Newspeak used by Minitrue.
-- Mark --
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