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talkfilters(6)			 Games Manual			talkfilters(6)

NAME
       b1ff,  brooklyn,	 chef,	cockney,  drawl,  fudd,	funetak, jethro, jive,
       kraut, pansy, pirate, postmodern, redneck, valspeak, warez -  GNU  talk
       filters

SYNOPSIS
       filter [--version --help]

DESCRIPTION
       The  GNU	 Talkfilters are filter	programs that convert ordinary English
       text into text that mimics a stereotyped	or otherwise humorous dialect.
       Each program reads from standard	input and writes to standard output.

       Since  the  filters do word and substring substitution on the text they
       process,	any word-wrap formatting of the	original text will not be pre-
       served. Use the wrap filter to word-wrap	the output of a	talk filter.

       austro Austrian accent (Ahhhnold)

       b1ff   B1FF of USENET yore

       brooklyn
	      Brooklyn accent

       chef   Swedish Chef (from The Muppet Show)

       cockney
	      Londoner accent

       drawl  Southern drawl

       dubya  George "Dubya" Bush

       fudd   Elmer Fudd (from the Looney Tunes	cartoons)

       funetak
	      Thick Asian accent

       jethro Jethro from The Beverly Hillbillies

       jive   1970s Jive

       kraut  German accent

       pansy  Effeminate male

       pirate Pirate talk

       postmodern
	      Postmodernist talk ("Feminazi")

       redneck
	      Country redneck

       valspeak
	      Valley talk

       warez  H4x0r code

SEE ALSO
       wrap(1),	less(1)

AUTHORS
       Edward Betts, Clement Cole, John	Hagerman, Brand	Hilton,	Adam Hudd, Ian
       Johnston, Daniel	V. Klein, Mark	Lindner,  Stephen  K.  Mulrine,	 Duane
       Paulson,	Samuel Stoddard, Matt Welsh, David Whitten, et al.

Version	2.3			  8 Dec	2003			talkfilters(6)

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