Yes, that Klingon. The Treky one.

I don't have this translation yet, but there are fans of Star Trek who speak this language. Someone even is translating the Iliad into Klingon. No kidding - check out the Klingon Language Institute at http://www.kli.org/. So it would be possible. It also would be possible with other science fiction languages, like Vulcan. Witness the Vulcan Language Institute at http://home.teleport.com/~vli/vlif.htm). Who knew?

We suspect that a pole with such a language on it might get increased attention. It is the kind of thing that becomes known, remembered, and pointed out to visitors when a sense of humor is incorporated into a public monument. Imagine how it would keep the monument in the community's consciousness on a school campus.

Just a thought.

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