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Sunday, October 9, 2011
Translation Contest Update
It's fall in Michigan. It feels like Faroe but with trees. I opened my email this morning to find the first foreign language entry to my homophonic translation contest in my inbox. This entry, in German, came with a literal translation version in English. I'll share my favorite line, a piece of practical culinary advice - "Look - cook a duck at least for / working hours."
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