Skye Poier SEZ -
> Its MG, not M.G. ;) So its pronounced "em gee"
> Sorry, couldn't resist.
Is that "gee" pronounced with a soft G like "gist" or "gem", or
a hard G like "get" or "go"? I'll occasionally pronounce it with
a hard G just sort of like a pet name. Emm Gee Aah. :-)
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