Wednesday, March 27, 2013
The Long Shot ceramicists discuss public leotards, Verdi operas, overpriced sandwiches, and Hungarian gratitude.
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Category: Podcasts, Season 6
Saltpeter (Potassium Nitrate) used to be *rumoured* as an additive in military food and cigarettes , but no evidence that it was actually used to this …ahem… “end” http://www.straightdope.com/columns/read/740/does-saltpeter-suppress-male-ardor
Hydrogenous! ROFL *That* should have been the episode title.
Great episode guys.
Good fun episode. I’ve never heard anyone back away from ‘pics or it didn’t happen’ quicker than Amber!
It’s hard to look at a microscope will dying of laughter thanks ya’ll! My “fiance” has been giving me crap for saying “Yeah Yeah Yeah” all the time now ‘a la’ Eddie (she’s a fan also). I’ve noticed Amber doing it too though, so I’ll quit when she does…
I’m imagining a t-shirt design of the four of them on a lifeboat all wearing red leotards with their naughty saltpeter bits sticking out. I would wear it every day.
MISS YOU JAIME XOXO
I know this is quite late in the listening process… but Hungarian is related to Finnish linguistically.
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