Sunday, February 16, 2014
An article in Bild, of all places, deserves a mention here. The article is about the varieties of German, half-German, and creoles spoken throughout the world. The first one is from a hamlet called Luckenbach in Texas where a lot of people speak a mix of German and English (Kauderwelsch, the article calls it) at the local bar, and I think this is where it is located. The sign "Population 3" is hardly exaggerated.