It was used as a common trade language between the hundreds of indigenous tribes and nations from the region, and was incorporated by early English, French, Spanish, Russian, Chinese and other immigrants, pioneers and traders who made the area their home. The total number of Jargon words in published lexicons numbered only in the hundreds, and so it was easy to learn. It has its own grammatical system, but a very simple one that, like its word list, was easy to learn. Jargon contains even some Hawaiian, and similarly the Jargon as spoken by a Chinese person or a Norwegian or a Scot will have been influenced by those individuals' native-speaker terms and accents.
If it is under copyright in your country of residence, do not download or redistribute this file. Original content added by RGL e. This is a story of eight white men who propose to bury themselves in the jungles of the Amazon for a period of something between one and two years, depending upon their health, their luck, and their tenacity. It begins in La Paz, the capital of Bolivia. I, the writer of the record, heralded by not very veracious newspapers as an ethnologist and transportation expert, am here to prepare the way for a scientific expedition. Primarily to gather a mule-train to carry the cumbrous impedimenta which must accompany such an expedition over the farther heights of the Andes and to make the thousand arrangements necessary to such travel; and, incidentally, to study and make motion-picture records of all the mysterious doings of all the wild Indians whom the expedition is going to meet. The object of this expedition is ambitious.
She will never fuck a piece of shit like him. Guess he gotta take his chances when it comes his way as he won't get it ever again. Dodge leather ram suck swamp water. Lag will snap the rope. I think this quest is genius in that, if you have a "patience is virtue, don't rage" attitude, you will FAR be able to enjoy this quest more than the average speedrunner nerd trying to do this day of XPAC release rushing thru everything and screaming.