@censoredfortheinternet it's been a long-ass time since I've been into Lojban so I couldn't tell you haha. but I've drifted away from thinking its basic idea (trying to be as logical and unambiguous as possible) is good (for a natural language, at least), and I think Esperanto's (to be an auxiliary language that can connect people who wouldn't be able to talk to each other otherwise) is a much better goal
re: uspol, lojban, conlang b*llsh*t
@kinsey Have you looked into Toki Pona? It's a really really minimalistic approach to the whole auxlang thing. While it's unlikely to allow complex communication, it might be interesting to see if it actually could help people who don't speak the same language communicate to a certain degree.
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