[NAFEX] cider

Alan Haigh alandhaigh at gmail.com
Thu Aug 14 17:16:41 EDT 2008

Eddie, chill out.  Rules of language are fluid and can be regional.  In the
northeast cider is usually unfermented as people understand it.  They are
not mistaken because the people they communicate with have the same
definition and have for a very long time.  Read some Shakespeare and tell me
what is correct when it comes to English.  For most Americans there is cider
and hard cider and you might as well get used to it or move to England where
you can drink cider and watch some football.
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