oh yeah. there is no practical way to juxtapose articulation habits from such a diverse collection of dialects as is found among us, due largely in part to the varying locations of the arguments used.
in other words, where your from dictates your interpretation of the language. take ebonics. some poeple would say its not proper english, when technically, it's proper ebonics you should be worried about.
we can argue connotations for fun though.
someone correct my grammar and prove my point....