Mox is a young but well educated translator. Two PhDs, six languages...
and he hardly earns the minimum wage.
Hehehe, Saint Jerome forever LOL!
SUPER-LOL! Happy Translator's Day to you, Mox! Neither Gurgle nor Saint Jerome, YOU are the best translator ever!
Thank you, Cris and Ruben.I forgot, thank you Natalia for suggesting the name of Gurgle.
¡Qué grande! :)I felt that I didn't mind the story was longer than usual... Maybe you should quit translating and help Mox finding those gurgle translators...
Genial, como siempre. ¡Feliz día del traductor!
I need more, this was brilliant!!A great way to celebrate the translation day.
Gurgle transplicants, wow, what a genius, hahahaha!!!
Sublime, feliz día del traductor :)
Happy Translator's Day! I love Mox.
Hi Mox, that's fantastic!And congrats for the review of your book on MultiLingual!Marco
Dear Mox,my boyfriend saw this and said that you must be seriously high when drawing these cartoons.He is not a translator, so he cannot understand us :)PS. You are a freaking genius.
Mox a genius? You have to be kidding! Steve Jobs was a genius, Bill Gates and Larry Page are geniuses, Gurgle is a master genius. Mox is just an unreliable and slow translator who tries to be funny making fun of smarter translators.
Thank you so much for this best remake ever of one of my favorite book/movie! Let's chase after the Transplicants!
Absolute genius!! An excellent crossover! :D
Just paid homage to Saint Jerome on my blog http://wrightonthebutton.com/2012/09/28/saint-jerome-freelance-translator/, and hope you do not mind me ending the article by quoting Mox.Allison (who secretly prefers Mox to St. Jerome)
Excellent! Thanks for making our days happier, Alejandro! And Happy Day! ;-)
That was awesome! Happy Translation Day!
Bonne fête Alex !
¡Feliz día a todos!
Nice. Another test: Get suspected transplicants to translate tricky idioms.
pera aí, se você é um blade runner então quer dizer que no final você é um tradutor disfarçado que usa o google?
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