When a murder suspect taking the stand at his trial adopts a "farcical Asian accent," it's important to transcribe all of his comments phonetically, as the Post does today. "Rast name, Sakai." And: "He referred to me as his rittle brother." And: "During this trial, I've had to sit there and listen to rie after rie." And: "The rast time I went overseas was in 2006." Then why not toss a couple of your own wacky Charlie Chan-isms in there? "He didn't 'kirr' anybody"—hilarious. [NYP]