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November 16, 2011


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El Pueblo de Nuestra Seora la Reina de los ngeles del Río de Porcincula was first settled in 1781, and its pretty obvious what the primary language was. When the Americans took over, they ordered a new map of the town, st... [Read More]


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Lots of links to enjoy, thanks!

Do you know the great LA street-name song, "Pico and Sepulveda"?

Mention of Chinese detergent reminds me that in Thailand the washing powder Breeze has its name rendered in Thai characters so that it looks like 'Usa'--quite a surprise to see when walking through a shop full of items covered in Thai characters. Here's a picture: http://www.i-nomad.com/2010/09/pseudo-thai.html
There are also some ads for the product on YouTube, but I couldn't quickly track them down.

@Michael: I love that it's called "Thaipography." Thanks for the link!

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