Monday, February 16, 2004

Barbie and Ken break up

This is not a joke.
Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech translated into German and back into English with the Google translator:

... legend I to you today, to my friends, to despite the difficulties and to frustrations of the moment, which I still another dream have. It is a dream, which verwurzelt deeply in the American dream becomes. I have a dream that one day this nation rises above and lives from the applicable meaning its Kredos: "we hold these truths, in order to be natural; that all men are caused on an equal footing "..., I do not have a dream that my four small children become one day phases in a nation, in that it judged by the color of its skin however by means of the contents of their letter..., This is the day, if all children of the God are in that to sing with new meaning "tis my country ' of thee sweet country of the liberty, of thee, which I sing. If you land where my fathers died, country of the pride of the Pilgrims, from each mountain side, liberty ring left."... If we leave liberty ring, if we are it of each village and of each Doerfchen, of each condition and of each city clips to leave, we able to accelerate this day if all children of the God, men and white men, Jews and Gentiles, Protestants and catholic one to blacken, in whom, hands are to connect and in the words of the old affairs of black sing, "freely finally! Finally release! Thank Gottalmighty, we freely finally are!",

"Dream, for to I am have plankton."