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revklak

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Re: Introductory business matters
« Reply #15 on: August 18, 2011, 08:28:18 AM »
It's pronounced Keh-SIM-ee >:(

Then they should spell it that way -- two 'i's in the word and they can't even pronounce them the same.... huh. What's next, you gonna tell me that GARBAGE is not pronounced gar-baggie?

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Re: Introductory business matters
« Reply #16 on: August 18, 2011, 08:31:58 AM »
It's pronounced Keh-SIM-ee >:(

Then they should spell it that way -- two 'i's in the word and they can't even pronounce them the same.... huh. What's next, you gonna tell me that GARBAGE is not pronounced gar-baggie?

No it is gar-ba-jay. Any fool knows that ;D

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Re: Introductory business matters
« Reply #17 on: August 18, 2011, 10:09:18 AM »
It's pronounced Keh-SIM-ee >:(

Then they should spell it that way -- two 'i's in the word and they can't even pronounce them the same.... huh. What's next, you gonna tell me that GARBAGE is not pronounced gar-baggie?

No it is gar-ba-jay. Any fool knows that ;D

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Or as Jonathan Winters proclaimed in the old Hefty commercials, "It's 'garbahge'."

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Re: Introductory business matters
« Reply #18 on: August 18, 2011, 02:46:58 PM »
It's pronounced Keh-SIM-ee >:(

Then they should spell it that way -- two 'i's in the word and they can't even pronounce them the same.... huh. What's next, you gonna tell me that GARBAGE is not pronounced gar-baggie?

You better smile when you say that. >:(  But seriously, it's an Indian name that goes back over 100 years.  No one who is a native of Kissimmee would ever pronounce it any other way, although a tourist might.  You simply put the accent on the second syllable, not the first.  Just as I know to put the emphasis on the first syllable of Texas, rather than the second.     
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