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They seem to have a natural affinity for keyboards, and can type - in cat - faster than I can type - in English - from an early age. I suspect the tail helps here, though ours seems to type exclusively with his butt.
Here is ours a few months after we got him, doing his best to prevent any form of input: Dropbox[^]
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Bad command or file name. Bad, bad command! Sit! Stay! Staaaay...
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Well that's not true,
there's other languages that use the same alphabet with different sounds
... for instance the most common: "J" - is it pronounced (English word sounds) "jay" or "yay"
English wasn't the first language to use the "Latin" alphabet, so the English sounds are not necessarily the correct sounds either. The frogs have same alphabet but a lot of completely different sounds, they weren't first either, and for most of the alphabet nor was it the Latin regions that used it first either.
Most (not all) of the letters are from an older form of Goth, and guess what: a many of the original pronunciations resemble Crylic sounds more then English sounds, and some are the other way...
Ergo: it's wrong to say the Czeck's are abusing the Latin alphabet or as you put it: using "arcane combinations." English does the same exact thing.
It looks like the cat walking on the keyboard spelt out the Polack's name.
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There has been some discussion about the best place to cut someone open to count rings. I have no tangible advice with regards to the correct location.
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