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108.57.82.229 wrote:
 
108.57.82.229 wrote:
 
Yes, in times prior to the implementation of standardized education people had greater variability in their spelling. But times are different.
 
Yes, in times prior to the implementation of standardized education people had greater variability in their spelling. But times are different.
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Keep in mind, though, that the backstory of Grimm relies upon a fictitious population of German immigrants who would have already established words for the Wesen before teaching their children English and before learning to spell. </quote>
 
Keep in mind, though, that the backstory of Grimm relies upon a fictitious population of German immigrants who would have already established words for the Wesen before teaching their children English and before learning to spell. </quote>

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108.57.82.229 wrote: Yes, in times prior to the implementation of standardized education people had greater variability in their spelling. But times are different.

Keep in mind, though, that the backstory of Grimm relies upon a fictitious population of German immigrants who would have already established words for the Wesen before teaching their children English and before learning to spell. </quote>

108.57.82.229 wrote:

Bob, I'm guessing your from somewhere in Pennsylvania or the upper midwest. 

Close. Southern Midwest.

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