Skip to comments.German radio broadcasts in Klingon
Posted on 09/15/2004 9:06:06 PM PDT by freedom44
Germany's state-run radio is broadcasting in a new language - Klingon.
The popularity of the show in Germany and abroad prompted Deutsche Welle network to offer online reports and audio clips in Klingon.
The station said the language will be added to the existing 30 languages that they already use on their homepage.
"We wanted something special to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the site," said a spokesperson.
The Klingon reports on the Deutsche Welle website are supposed to underline the station's philosophy of multicultural, intergalactic openness.
"We should celebrate our 10-year presence in the online universe with a cross-border language," DW director Erik Bettermann said. "This should help users from other galaxies get an impression of Germany." - Ananova.com
How the he.l would they notice the difference...
And now, news from the EU.....
Are you sure this is not from the Onion?
This is the dumbest thing I have heard all day, and with all of the crap that CBS is spewing, that says a lot.
I heard it on a radio newsbreak. Given the local talk stations, either ABC or CNN radio news.
How do I post a picture in a reply.
I wanna hear Vulcan! You Germans are racist! wheres the Vulcan?
Do German Klingons have an accent?
Vam QaQ! jIH 'oH!
Vam QaQ! jIH 'oH!
I thought the Treaty of Versailles banned Klingon.
If it's online you have to make an image tag, like this:
Do it exactly like that, noting the spacing between "img" and "src". The actual image link goes between the two quotation marks.
If the image in question is on the hard drive, you need a hosting service. Here's one:
Upload your image and then make the image tag as above.
I also highly suggest you play in the sandbox:
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