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Do You Stutter? You're in Good Company
Kirt's Cogitations™ #38

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   Cog·i·ta·tion [koj-i-tey'-shun] – noun: Concerted thought or reflection; meditation; contemplation.
   Kirt [kert] – proper noun: RF Cafe webmaster.


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Do You Stutter? You're in Good Company

Roughly 1% of the U.S. population stutters to some degree. Almost 9% of some people groups in Africa stutter. Boys and girls are equally likely to stutter, but adult men are 4 times as likely to stutter than are adult women. The average stutterer stutters on 5% to 10% of his syllables. Winston Churchill, Aristotle, Robert Boyle, Lewis Carrol, King Charles, Charles Darwin, Marilyn Monroe, Isaac Newton and Theodore Roosevelt were all stutterers.