I was just thinking about how awesome the internet is today. Everyone all connected and stuff. And I started thinking how crazy it is that someone from China could read my page if they wanted. Or France. Or Zimbabwe. You get the point. But then I thought, "Wait a minute, they probably don't speak English in Zimbabwe. What if a Zimbabwean came across my blog and just passed on by because he couldn't read English? That would be a shame." Then I started thinking about how there must be tons of people like the Zimbabweans who don't speak English. I know, it's a crazy thought. So I decided to do something about it.
From now on, Life in the Shadows will be available in multiple languages. First of all, since I live in the inner-city, I don't want to leave out all of my friends and neighbors who may not speak proper english. From this point forward, they can read:
"Life in Tha Shadows"
Next, since I live in America and have to "press 1" everytime I actually want to hear someone speak English, I figured this blog should be able to be read by America's official language: Español. Spanish is the coolest, because in Spanish my name becomes Arturo. That's about the coolest name you can have in Spanish. Without further ado, I give you:
"Vida en las Sombras"
Next, because everyone loves Japanimation and karate, and because symbols are way sweeter than letters and numbers, I bring you:
Next, since Italy, Germany and France are pretty much the same country, I give you:
"Vita nelle ombre"
" Leben in den Schatten"
" La vie dans les ombres"
Lastly, since Portuguese is Spanish and no real American can tell the difference between Chinese and Japanese, and since Jesus probably spoke something similar, I give you:
"الحياه في ظلا"
If anyone can find a Redneck translator, let me know. I have a feeling I could get a lot more readers with that. Well, I'm off to Cali. Back late Sunday. Go Colts!
PS- I looked it up, and the official language of Zimbabwe is English. Oh well.
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