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“Nuclear Summer 2019 -
A symbol, voice and gesture communication tool for multi-cultural refugees and the disaster hosts”
- New Myth #110 & Discussion Topics by Willi Paul & Planetshifter.com


- excerpt -

I pointed-out four animals in succession on the card (see illustration) to a family somewhere in the back country of El Salvador and called-out:

“Bark - Gobble - Shreeeccchh - Roar!”

“Gobble,” she said. “Bawk Bawk.”

The smart phone is dead.

http://www.planetshifter.com/myth/2537
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