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For once, we're not calling out NY Sun columnist Alicia Colon for her casual (or come to think of it, not so casual) racism. Today's example comes instead from the pen of columnist John McWhorter for today's piece about dying languages:

Each extinction means that a fascinating way of putting words together is no longer alive. In, for example, Inuktitut Eskimo, which, by the way, is not dying, "I should try not to become an alcoholic" is one word: Iminngernaveersaartunngortussaavunga.

But how do you say "I should try not to become a racist asshole"?

Dying Languages [NYS]