Whenever I sit and write I often need to substitute one word for another, for example, I may wish to exchange the word surface for the word substance. In doing so, I’m careful to recycle as many of the letters as I can.
I would hate to be the one to drive a letter to extinction.
Imagine the Dictionary without the letter i (as in Dctonary). Or any religious book without gs and Gs resulting in od the Father.
There are however a couple of letters we could all do without ~ M and P (as in Member of Parliament) ~ Just get shot of them and everything they imply, they surely won’t be missed.
>Hammurabi (c. 1810 BC – 1750 BC) was the sixth king of the First Babylonian Dynasty, reigning from 1792 BC to 1750 BC. Go here for more information about The Code of Hammurabi<