Ever wonder what would happen if you used a language-translation program to translate a phrase back and forth between English and five other languages? Well, someone did, and they came up with this really fun site where you can play with language to your heart's content. Here's mine, in special tribute to the fourth of July holiday:
Can the word of the OH consider it of the first light of the shovel,
of which what many we it hailed ferocious this with the buttock to the
lustrum of the dawn?
Can you guess what that phrase originally said? While you're thinking about it, here are the pictures of our July 4th festivities that I've long promised myself I would post:
First thing in the morning on the 4th, James, Allison, Anthony, Baby George, and Big George, along with Sterling and his wife, ran the 5k. I was doing the all important job of Photographing.
Next, we watched the parade:
Here's Max showing his patriotism by eating the flag.
Mom and Anthony cheesing for the camera. And sporting very patriotic colors, I might add.
Dad and James. Come on, everyone. You love that hat.
Later that night, after a delicious BBQ at James's Uncle Greg and Aunt Mary's house, we lit fireworks at Diane and Jeff's.
And, in closing:
The collapse assured that the test and of the system to ignite in the
thing and the aeronautics, that one that is our place of the symbol,
he had always red the material rocket here he with the use at night
what collapse of the force.
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