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Moe Munyon

October 13, 2009

Thing is, Moe, there is no ‘Scottish accent’ any more than there’s a unique accent in America,  or England, or France or Spain, or Germany, or any other Western country. (I’d need to ask my daughter-in-law about Japanese.) Ultimately, it’s what the characters say that matters, and how well it’s understood. I like your suggestion, though; it implies that they cross borders. Question for you. What’s the difference between the Sheriff and the chief of police?

Sweden in midsummer?  Never been there; I hope it’s warm enough for you.

Paul is right about Edinburgh, but that’s cities for you, fortified hilltops that spread out over the centuries.

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