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Whistling Dixie (#1367)

17 tracks, 1.40.27 A Way with Words with Scup on March 19, 2013 04:56

  1. 1. Whistling Dixie (full episode) 51.44 4232 plays
  2. 2. 1367-Caller-Deanna-Elbow-Grease.mp3 3.43 423 plays
  3. 3. 1367-Caller-Jerry-Sacapuntas.mp3 4.23 499 plays
  4. 4. 1367-Caller-Jim-Ephus.mp3 3.44 309 plays
  5. 5. 1367-Caller-Linda-A-Rule-Of-Thumb.mp3 4.12 388 plays
  6. 6. 1367-Caller-Nora-Hi-Betty's.mp3 3.40 344 plays
  7. 7. 1367-Caller-Randy-Spizerinctum-And-Huckledebuck.mp3 4.43 391 plays
  8. 8. 1367-Caller-Richard-Redneck.mp3 4.35 613 plays
  9. 9. 1367-Caller-Taj-Whistling-Dixie.mp3 5.20 908 plays
  10. 10. 1367-Daisy-Cutting.mp3 1.12 545 plays
  11. 11. 1367-English-Proverbs-From-The-1850's.mp3 1.12 679 plays
  12. 12. 1367-Frunk.mp3 0.45 583 plays
  13. 13. 1367-Intro-Spelling-Bee-For-Adults.mp3 1.56 738 plays
  14. 14. 1367-Knock-A-Tater-In-The-Head.mp3 0.46 698 plays
  15. 15. 1367-Lex-Bag-Dog-Names.mp3 3.00 1121 plays
  16. 16. 1367-Tourist-Terms.mp3 0.57 1261 plays
  17. 17. 1367-Word-Quiz-Fandoms.mp3 4.26 1818 plays

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    Today's most popular dog names are Max and Bella. In the Middle Ages, though, dogs would answer to names like Amiable. Or Nosewise. Or even ... Clench. And is the term "redneck" derogatory? Some folks proudly claim that name. They say it's high time they were redneckcognized. Also, the origin of the phrase rule of thumb, whistling Dixie, the eephus pitch, terms for flabby underarms, and craptastic substitutes for swear words, like "sacapuntas!"

    Release date: Mar 18, 2013

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