Episode #722: The Antebellum Episode featuring Thomas Dale

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Episode722Thomas Dale (stand-up) joins The Long Shot gang to discuss karmic bee attacks, tree house clubs, singing ladies in mountains, and magical makeover showers.


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Category: Podcasts, Season 7

Comments (7)


  1. reno california says:

    when I direct download this new episode I get the previous one. why?

  2. admin says:

    because I fucked up! Should be all fixed now. :)

  3. Waldo says:

    Sean said a new car loses 30% value when you drive off the lot. It’s more like 10% loss of value. But, of course, new car payments are a bitch and a half.

  4. reno california says:

    I love amber!

  5. As the official LoShoPo Hawaii expert, I have some knowledge to drop. 1) Jamie was right, it is very pretty here. 2) Every year there is a very important Hula competition called the Merrie Monarch Festival. Hula Hālaus (hula groups) around the world compete and is considered the most prestigious of all hula contests. Hula Hālaus are very competitive. 3) Hula was banned in the 1820′s by the missionaries and by the 1850s, public hula was regulated by a system of licensing. So there was some Hula during the Antebellum time but it was controlled. In 1874 King David Kalākaua encouraged Hula to be practiced again. 4) Hawaii’s last princess was Princess Lili’uokalani, who was part Scottish and Hawaiian and was deposed during the 1893 overthrow of the Hawaiian Government. Aloha!

  6. Waldo says:

    That was a really fjunny episode, guys!

  7. Young Seth says:

    After Jamie talked about the Sundays for the Sunday episode, I thought for sure that “waterfalls” would’ve devolved into some Stone Roses discussion.

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