DaHjaj Hol 110928 – Ready! #tlhIngan #tlh

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Hello, and welcome. You’re listening to DaHjaj Hol, your daily dose of Klingon language. I’m your host, Lawrence Schoen.

Go ahead, admit it. You’ve been eagerly waiting for Wednesday to come around again so you could pick up another Klingon exclaimation. Today will not disappoint as we have two variations on the same word. Some people will say SuH, Capital S, U, Capital H, and some people perfer to say Su’, Capital S, U, Apostrophe. Either is correct when you want to let someone know that you’re Ready!

DaHjaj pInwI’ wIghomqa’
today we meet my boss again


tugh macheghlaH
soon we can return


yIHmey boleghchugh boHoHnIS
if you see tribbles, you need to kill them


Eventually you’ll find yourself speaking Klingon effortlessly. All things come to pass, even for language warriors. And when it happens, you’ll be there to shout “Ready!” and sieze the moment as worlds that had been previously closed to you open wide. qo’mey poSmoH Hol.


Today’s podcast is brought to you by Buffalito Contingency by Lawrence M. Schoen.

Conroy has left Earth far behind and taken his hypnosis act beyond Human Space.

It should be show business as usual, except for the energy being the size of a hundred suns that wants to study him, a plot to smuggle liquid gravity, a troupe of alien sex wrestlers, a hypnotized ghost, and Reggie his buffalito stuck in a saurian toilet…

“If you like hilarity along with your mayhem, or perhaps mayhem with your hilarity, then Buffalito Contingency was written with you in mind.”

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Buffalito Contingency‘s aliens were so alien I reveled in my humanity, and the humans were so human I resolved to revel in the moment. But the book was so entertaining that humanity and the moment took a walk while I finished a really good read.”

— Howard Tayler, Hugo-nominated cartoonist & author

Bufflito Destiny


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