Friday, September 28, 2012

27 Mox Runner

cartoon blade runner
TO BE CONTINUED...
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Happy Translation Day! Celebrate it and buy yourself (or a colleague) a copy of Mox's book!

27 comments:

  1. Hehehe, Saint Jerome forever LOL!

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  2. SUPER-LOL! Happy Translator's Day to you, Mox! Neither Gurgle nor Saint Jerome, YOU are the best translator ever!

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  3. Thank you, Cris and Ruben.
    I forgot, thank you Natalia for suggesting the name of Gurgle.

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  4. ¡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...

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  5. Genial, como siempre. ¡Feliz día del traductor!

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  6. I need more, this was brilliant!!
    A great way to celebrate the translation day.

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  7. Gurgle transplicants, wow, what a genius, hahahaha!!!

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  8. Sublime, feliz día del traductor :)

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  9. Happy Translator's Day! I love Mox.

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  10. Hi Mox, that's fantastic!
    And congrats for the review of your book on MultiLingual!
    Marco

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  11. 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.

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  12. John Johnson (human translator, you can trust me)September 28, 2012 at 1:48 PM

    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.

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  13. Thank you so much for this best remake ever of one of my favorite book/movie! Let's chase after the Transplicants!

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  14. Absolute genius!! An excellent crossover! :D

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  15. 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)

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  16. Excellent! Thanks for making our days happier, Alejandro! And Happy Day! ;-)

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  17. Nice. Another test: Get suspected transplicants to translate tricky idioms.

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  18. 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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