Inimical blooper


\ i-?ni-mi-k?l \

adj being adverse often by reason of hostility or malevolence

This is the word that finally broke Jake.  Listen as I try repeatedly to say a phrase from William Austin’s challenge to duel James Elliot:

Mr. A. entertaining no inimical feelings towards Mr. E. does not conceive himself in honor bound to expose his own life or that of Mr. E. to any greater hazard than is here offered.

It seems so simple, but 12 minutes later I had to give up and let Nikki read the quote.  I just couldn’t seem to get inimical to come out of my mouth.

Warning: Lots of very profane language