I agree! Spain is nowhere near our country! Why would we need to read that language? It would be different if it was written half in English and half in Canadian… or Mexican. Why do we call it English? England is way over there by Spain. I say we call it American!
Comment by Aaron — January 10, 2008 @ 9:48 am
I’m sick of large print books. I mean, why do we need to waste precious shelf space at bookstores, not to mention all of those trees, with books for old people? If old people want to read, the very least they can do is learn how to read small words. Jeez.
Comment by Dan — January 10, 2008 @ 10:07 am
i’m also sick of foreigners and their ways creeping into our American lifestyle! Now if you’ll excuse me, i’m going to sit out on my patio and enjoy a quesadilla.
Comment by bob — January 10, 2008 @ 10:11 am
As a Native American I find it offensive that only English and Spanish are available. Where are all the Indian languages? We were here first consarnit!
Comment by Injun Joe — January 11, 2008 @ 9:51 am
Although I’m a native spanish speaker, I’m annoyed by the ATMs that ask you to push a button to choose a language before performing a transaction. That extra step should be eliminated. It would take minimal redesign, and it will be so much better. One should be able to operate the ATM quickly through a default language, while keeping the option to choose another language. It’s an entire computer inside there, why can’t they take the time to make it more usable!
Comment by Alinoso — January 29, 2008 @ 11:56 am
Aaron, I agree with the original post that everything should be spoken and printed in ENGLISH only for any place and any product in the United States.
However, your comments are really strange. Have you heard of Mexico? You know, south of the United States, where Spanish is their language.
Canadian??? There is no Canadian language. The languages in Canada are mostly French and English.
Comment by TerryM — October 23, 2008 @ 7:26 pm
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