An indigenous language in southern Mexico is in danger of disappearing because its last two speakers [men in their 70's] have stopped talking to one another.
The two elderly men in the village of Ayapan, Tabasco, have drifted apart, said Fernando Nava, head of the Mexican Institute for Indigenous Languages: "They are really personal reasons that they don't speak to each other. We don't have to think of a war."
The men are the only fluent speakers of their local version of the "Zoque" language.
According to the UN, one language disappears across the world every two weeks.
And yet there are some guys you just WISH would shut up: